Impact of all media
Inferiority complex that systemic racism creates
How increased self-awareness can help you confront your bias
How you can be acting racist and not know it
Importance of the statement – “Accept My Truth”
The Reality Check Workshop is a reflective approach to confronting issues of racial inequity. Participants will be guided through discussions to identify implicit bias and understand the root causes of how someone’s beliefs,
thoughts, and actions perpetuates racial inequality. At the end of the workshop, participants will have a better understanding of how implicit biases can lead to detrimental decisions and unfair treatment of people.
What We Do:
Programs & Workshops
Coaching and Consultation
As empowerment specialists we simply empower individuals, organizations, classrooms, small businesses and corporations by provoking thought to enhance their self-awareness, self-confidence and self-worth. We reach a diverse clientele because our core principles are universal. All of our seminars, speaking events or workshops are centered around the Principles of Positive One.
1. Accept my truth
Be myself and be bold in my personality. Do not attempt to conform to someone else’s expectations of who I should be. Live my life according to my vision.
2. Stay in my lane
Focus on my strengths. Don’t fear asking for help. Understand my areas of opportunity.
3. Accept people for where they are in their journey
Don’t expect others to conform to my life – let others be who they are. View people from a positive lens – do not put others in a box because I might miss the gift they have to offer me.
4. I become what I think about
Be conscious of the things I feed my mind. The media I watch, books I read, people I surround myself with affect my thoughts, which guide my character.
5. What I focus on will expand
The things I expect and desire for my life will only happen if my daily behaviors support those expectations and desires. If I focus on my life goals, they will take shape and grow.
6. Have a “checkmate” in my life
Have a friend, family member or mentor in my life that holds me accountable and helps me be the best version of myself. Someone who accepts me for who I am. Someone who is not afraid to tell me what I don’t want to hear.
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“Our thoughts are traders and make us lose the good that we often might win, by fearing to attempt.”
– William Shakespear