lynda-mubarak-blogWelcome to my STATIONS blog! As you can see, I love old fashioned, southern lemonade because my grandmother made it for me when she knew I was coming to visit her. It was cool, refreshing, and always lifted me. I remember the days when I sat on her front porch and sipped the summer afternoons away.

My lemonade welcome to you involves discussing personal growth and change, and let’s not forget the new buzzword for those seeking a transition; rebranding! These STATIONS are devoted to positive, uplifting concepts and practices that will assist you in writing your first book, transforming your lifestyle, or enhancing your chances for success in your current or future workplace.


Meet Sheryl Grace: "He Calls Her Blue" Growing up in the small town of St. Gabriel, Louisiana, Sheryl began her love for writing in high school.  Her inspiration to become a writer was prompted after reading Maya Angelou’s, “ I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”.  In her...

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Meet Francis W. Minikon, Jr. Frank was born in Providence, Rhode Island to the parents of Liberian immigrants Francis Sr. and Grace. His career in criminal justice began in 1999 as an adult parole officer for the State of Texas. As an officer in his early 20s, he did...

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              Meet Dr. Melonee Harris, Assistant Principal, Hazel Harvey Peace Elementary School, Ft. Worth, TX. Dr. Harris has been an educator in the Fort Worth ISD since 1998. Dr. Harris was born in Odessa, TX, but raised in Fort...

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Do I Need a Business Partner?

Making a life transition for many includes creating their own business. The risks are often great which causes new business owners to consider recruiting a business partner. Read my article, The Banana Pudding, and then give us your thoughts or experiences on a...

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Do  you postpone things until your back is up against the wall? The self-defeating behavior of putting things off until later robs you of one of your finest resources – time. Time is a valuable life component that cannot be purchased, rented, or ignored and most...

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For many years I observed people working in various jobs and had conversations with persons who worked full time, part time, or seasonal. The airports, hospitals, public schools, military, supermarkets, pharmacies, service stations, banks, and post offices are filled...

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