Retreats for Women: Exploring New Possibliites

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Training for Everest

– May 8, 2018 by Mozella Perry Ademiluyi

Each one of us gets to a place in our lives when we realize we must embark on a new way of being in order to reach some of our toughest goals. Often, something disrupting happens that makes us (forces us) to make the changes required to live both a more productive and happier personal and professional life. Why shouldn’t we get from where we are to where we want to be? Given my own re ...more

Keep Moving – Your Way

– March 25, 2018 by Mozella Perry Ademiluyi

You remember Aesop’s Fable The Tortoise and The Hare right? Yet, we all succumb to moving to the beat of someone else’s drum. In business it’s the professional who suggests that if you don’t get ‘it’ done within his timeframe or if you don’t agree with his methodology or recommendations for your business that you’re not motivated or even likely to finish well. In your personal life, someo ...more

International Women Speaking Out in Bangkok

– March 8, 2018 by Mozella Perry Ademiluyi

9th Annual Women's Leadership & Empowerment Conference March 1-3, Bangkok, Thailand We flew in from Australia, Kenya, Oman, Iran, Malaysia, Germany, Belgium, China, Philippines, Japan, United States, Rwanda and India, to name a few, to share our voices and messages. I was particularly awed by: Research and discussions that centered on unique historical, cultural and s ...more


– February 21, 2018 by Mozella Perry Ademiluyi

We had the honor of hosting Harry Belafonte and his wife Pamela at our home during President Obama's inauguration, thanks to Joia Jefferson Nuri. I wrote an acrostic poem for Mr. Belafonte, recognizing his life-long service to the civil rights movement. In celebration of Black History month and in honor of our elders who paved the way, I hope you'll be inspired by this poem. I highly recommend ...more

Feel Your Way Forward

– February 7, 2018 by Mozella Perry Ademiluyi

We understand that sometimes we may not have much wiggle room in life. The "options" before us don't appear to have many 'options'. We go forward or we turn around and go backwards. It gets to feel like a black or white decision. We take one, or the other. We pass or we fail. Change can be a hard pill to swallow, because it often depends on how we approach change itself. Yet, even the seem ...more