Hello, my name is LaMichael Kirksey, I attend the University of South Alabama. I am a Junior with the major of Communication Studies. I want to be an motivational speaker because I want to help individuals become confident within themselves, I love to encourage people, I treat everyone equally, I love to smile, I’m such a positive person, I have a strong faith in god, I love to motivate, I love helping people especially like the elderly, homeless, and individuals with disabilities.
Why do this?
- I decided to create this blog website to help individuals feel comfort within themselves about any subject or topic. I want individuals to understand that every opinion matters because constructive criticism can help an individual see a better point of view. When individuals view this website, I want them to be able to leave this website with more confidence when they voice their opinion, I want them to feel welcomed by the images or quotes that are surrounded by motivation, and to help me become better as I continue to upload new information.
A few questions, I answered to help you all understand my perspective:
- Why are you blogging publicly, rather than keeping a personal journal? I became comfortable blogging publicly, because I want individuals to see my growth from first blog and that in order to become successful you have to point out your mistakes.
- What topics do you think you’ll write about? In my blogs , I will discuss a variety of different subjects, so my audience can relate or share their own perspective on those situations.
- If you blog successfully throughout the next year, what would you hope to have accomplished? I would love to see consistent growth because those individuals who watch my journey from now until a year later, hopefully they will be motivated to see that through the good and bad blogs, it will help shape me into a better person with a better approach for my success.
Motivation quote of the week: “Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.”
– Helen Keller