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So far Deleah Sharp has created 11 blog entries.

Expressing My Silence

When I was 17 years old, my family and I had traveled to Tuscaloosa, Alabama for the 4th of July celebration with my extended family.   We were getting situated in the hotel room and my dad told me call my brother back in Michigan, who was unable to come with us due to his work […]

Leveraging Yourself: Doing a lot with a little

I was reminded while completing my spotlight video, how much I really do.  Even though my sleepless nights, countless deadlines, and the constant pulling in multiple directions are great reminders, in the thick of my busyness I move too quickly to track my record.   Just to give you a snapshot of my life, picture a […]

Is Violence Treatable?

In a city with a population of 677,116, Detroit reported 302 homicides in 2016, confirming the highest murder rates in the country. For decades there have been organizations, community initiatives, and law enforcement programs to help lower these numbers.  Unfortunately there has not be a successful formula to remedy this issue.

Chief Craig feels confident, if […]

A Spiritual Discovery

I was raised in the church, and grew up quite active in the different ministries of the church.  I was baptized as the age of 7, song in the choir, ushered  members into the sanctuary, and attended Christian educational programs.  My grandfather was a 2nd generation minister and my mother was a Sunday school teacher.  So […]

The Art of Storytelling: Unleashing the Hero within

A Challenge Detroit fellow, Erin Cardwell, shared a quote that she felt resonated in her spirit, it says, “to be interesting, you must be interested”.  I remember shying away from sharing my story, feeling that it lacked an impact or fear that no one would be interested in hearing it.  But over the years, I […]

Maximizing Your Network

I have printed over 2000 business cards and through the different events and programs I have attended over the years, it’s time for me to print more business cards.  However, I can honestly say I have not received the number of calls or emails that align with the number of cards given out.  Is networking […]

How Powerful is ART?

We are literally half way through the challenges with Challenge Detroit, who knew that time would fly like this.  This third challenge is very dear to me, because as a healthcare worker, I am excited to partner with Beaumont Family Medicine and the integration of art and healing.  I was honored to meet Monte Nagler, […]

Less is MORE

Too often we focus on what we lack instead of what we have. According to researcher Brené Brown, we live in a culture of perceived scarcity, what she calls in Daring Greatly “our culture of ‘never enough.’”  The Christmas holiday is unfortunately plagued by this perception of scarcity, and the remedy is seen grossly on […]

Game Show Mania

Game Show Mania brought back so many memories for me, from game night with my family to watching our favorite game shows on television. My mother would make popcorn on top of the stove and we would add the butter and salt. We were and still are a very close knit family. The spirit of […]

Me too……..

 

Are you familiar with the movie Shrek, when he told the donkey he was like an onion? And Donkey looked like that’s an awful comparison. Well I believe we are all like an onion, where we are made up of multiple layers that defines who we are, however we mostly show the outer layer. You […]