“All water was blue, so sometimes it was hard to tell which current was trying to pull me under and which was drafting me to safety.” -Joanne Ball-Burgess
Christine Aldrich is an author, community college educational leader, certified trainer, and change agent. She has been a strong advocate of empowering people for the last decade by helping them to find their best self.
Plainly, if we don’t do, we don’t fail, we stay in our comfort zone and we don’t grow.
“How do you create your safe space”
“Nefertiti Wolf” she was mostly raised in Jacksonville, Ms. Wolf decided to attend University North Florida (UNF) with the mission of becoming a Criminal Defense Attorney but she fell in love with African American culture. Nefertit Wolf began to learn about Black people and realized there was so much she did not know . Ms. Wolf was inspired to write and tell stories that she hopes to educate other people of color. This starts with her first published book “Traveling The Underground Railroad”
I wanted to put a newsletter introducing or reintroducing myself and what I do and what I am currently working as far as creating content for crownones.com If you have any suggestions on what you want to see on the site please send me a email at email@example.com Thank you again for your support all link below will direct you to The CrownTalk Podcast and Crown Ones Merch and Crown Ones FB Group and IG page.
A big thank you from my crown and my heart for all the support, this year I really invested in myself and I am really excited about the outcome this year and going forth, thank you again.
One thing I wanted to make sure while creating this list is to keep it simple (inspired by my dad, a King), I am sure that Kings cook their favorite meals and watch Netflix all the time but I want Kings to be AWARE that those things are practices of self-care because the importance of self-awareness is just as important as self-care. When you are aware that you are taking care of your self guess what King that is your “Crown Moment”
My intentions are to fill to a void when it comes to our Kings, Our Black Men when it comes to self-care, self -awareness and encouraging our Kings.
As I was watching The Whiz and singing along, I said to myself, I have been a Scarecrow before. I have allowed others (Crows) to plant ears of doubt in my field.