Inspirational Editor: Pierre Evans
He is making a big impact on students from high schools to universities as well as the corporate world with his unique approach and delivery of real life issues. With a significant social media presence, his message is traveling fast and there is no sign of slowing.
Due to his lack of education, and his unwillingness to follow rules, many counted him out. For Pierre, it was just one more thing for him to overcome. He learned that being the under dog is a huge advantage. It allowed him to study the top. Using his personal experiences, he is able to pass on the tools that continue to help him reach new levels of success. As a high school drop-out, Pierre, to many, is not the smartest, but his determination and hustle is hard to argue. After seven-teen years he went back to get his GED and now he’s taking the country by storm.
He has been privileged to be mentored by one of the greatest motivational speakers in the world, Dr. Eric Thomas of Eric Thomas and Associates, LLC. and the president of the company CJ.
As CEO of his Consulting Firm, Re-Empower, LLC., Pierre has expanding his reach from schools, youth programs and companies in Arizona to all around the world.
“When you study what the successful do, and then you do what you study, you will be successful.”
Domestic violence is an important issue and an unwarranted condition faced by many. Wisconsin recently released its 2016 Wisconsin Domestic Violence Homicide Report — and the statistics are “extremely troubling.” There were 73 domestic violence-related deaths last year — 57 victims, 14 perpetrators who then committed suicide, and two perpetrators killed by responding law enforcement. Among
This week I have been amazed at the world around me. I am continually working toward self-actualization. On this quest, I seek to manifest clarity of my beliefs for my well-being. My work is to constantly detach from the world around me to find truth among the noise and chaos that consumes our lives and
We have all had moments of defining ourselves by our stories. For many of us, this is the only way we know how to explain who we are, through our stories. We tell them repeatedly. Churning them in our minds, over and over again. Explaining them and valuating them to expound on why we do