June 6th, 2011

New Feature: MAN OF THE MONTH!

Posted on 06 Jun 2011 at 9:48pm

Just so people don’t mistake sassychic as a ‘man hating’ site(not guilty wink wink) I’ve decided to highlight some of the cool and amazing things the guys are achieving out there…oh and it don’t hurt if they cute too! Sassy’s first victim for you ladies to feast your eyes on is Braylon Edwards…

It’s easy to be generous and charitable when you got the money to spend right? Well, if you have it spend it on a good cause. New York Jets American Football Player, Braylon Edwards from Detroit, Michigan made a pledge back in 2007 to put 100 Clevland high school students through college if they kept up a 2.5 ( UK grade B) grade point average or higher.

In addition to this they also had to complete 15 hours of community service. So this year true to his word, the 28 year old sports man ensured 100 students were selected to attend the college of their choice. The scholarships are worth $10,000 each.  That’s the kind of motivation I could have done with in my day, we have enough footy players to foot this kind of bill. That’s pretty generous and charitable I’ll say.

Here’s what Edwards had to say on Tweeter:

“As the 2nd most hated man in Clev & a man of my word, today I will honor a promise made to 100 students in Cleveland years ago. The last of my Advance 100 students will graduate from my program and head off to college on scholarships that I will provide them with. Guys, enjoy and embrace your new beginnings and remember your promise to me, to reach back & help someone else along the way.”

This was especially significant as Lil Wayne and them decided to dash their money away last week in a Miami Night Club. Weezy…TAKE NOTE!

Motivational Message Of The Week: Competition Brings The Best Out Of Us In Life, But The Person You Are Competing With Determines Your Success…

Posted on 06 Jun 2011 at 5:19am

Competitions help to bring the best out of us as human beings. This is evident in the numerous well known sports and educational competitions regularly organised around us. When we are placed alongside a person we see as an ‘enemy’ or a competitor, we tend to naturally do extremely well.

However, when it comes to achieving success in the everyday things we do, most of us tend not to perform well. We lack a competitor in our lives and as such we settle for the least that we put out.

It will be absurd to constantly put yourself in a life competition with your friends or people around you. Apart from the fact that this may put you under needless pressure, it can easily land you into the deep pit of depression should your competitors continue to excel beyond your strength. It can also give birth to unnecessary jealousy. (more…)

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