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Dwayne Dixon

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Dwayne Dixon

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The Corporate Minister

Dwayne Dixon

The Corporate Minister

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Failure can be debilitating, especially the failure we bring upon ourselves. The failure that comes when we make bad decisions – decisions we knew were bad when we made them and we made them anyway. If we’re not careful, we can internalize the
The global pandemic has turned so many things upside down. We’ve had to change our attitudes and outlooks on work, play, and social interactions. We’ve also had to learn new skills, approaches, and ways of thinking.But what if there were a silv
“Please place the oxygen mask over your own mouth and nose before assisting others.”We hear these words before every airline flight. They’re simple but they speak profoundly about the necessity to prioritize our self-care. We often operate unde
The fear of failure may become a monster that can devour. It can force one into a state of ‘Perfection Paralysis’ that can convince Black men in corporate spaces that they must achieve 100% perfection – to hit a home run every time they come up
We talk a lot about Fraternities and Fraternal organizations here at The Corporate Minister. In this episode, we explain why. This is the third of a 3 part series on mentoring relationships and here we talk about how to avoid isolation and the
“What have you planted into someone else’s life?”This is a selfless perspective on entrepreneurship from this episode’s guest. We spend a lot of time at The Corporate Minister focusing on men working in corporate spaces but this time we look at
"Comfort is not your friend - Connection is."These powerful words from this episode's guest provide the backdrop for our discussion. In this second of a 3-part series on mentoring, we explore how to seek mentors and cultivate those relationship
I recently came across these words in an online article:“Sixty-five is my rite of passage to elderhood, a place of willful obligation to family and community. The benefits I have been blessed to receive come with an immense obligation to the ot
Being a leader can be a lonely road, especially in a work setting. You are a steward of your company’s resources including time, money, and people – especially people. One of the many things a leader is responsible for is making the hard decisi
How often do you get an unsolicited connection request on LinkedIn? Maybe an email where you're introduced to someone by a mutual acquaintance. Do you answer them, put them aside, or blow them off? In this episode, we explore how those connecti
Taking care of yourself physically is important any time but especially in this current season. Unfortunately, our cultural attitudes about food can sometimes conflict with what we’ve come to know about how to stay healthy. Other times, we simp
"You can’t be as good as, you have to be better than” or “You have to work twice as hard to get half as much.” Sound familiar? Those are the expectations that many of us were raised with. Unfortunately, those are super-human expectations and yo
These are worrisome and uncertain times. As we deal with the Coronavirus, social distancing, uncertainty, and flat-out fear, the need for us to step forward as leaders is very important. In this episode, we deal with the necessity of, and the w
In this episode, we explore the need and value of Black Men supporting one another through connections and connectivity. Sometimes it's through Fraternities, sometimes its through long-term relationships, sometimes its through new friendships.
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