For some, we are taught to hide our light from the world.

How dare we dig deeper and get the answers... then hide 

the light given to us under a basket!

The gifts we were born with were not given to us 

haphazardly. While we may never discover what impact 

our light has had on others, we can be sure that when we 

embrace our talents and share them with others, we will 

extend light in the world.

As Believers, whether we like it or 

not, we are all like a city upon a hill... 

a beacon or lighthouse that cannot be 


I believe, when we dare to share our light with the world, 

our souls reflect the beauty and loveliness of God living 

inside and through us.

My Desire

My greatest desire is God. More than anything, my 

desire is to actively pursue God's heart with all of my 

heart daily, with wisdom, fervor, and diligence.

*I'd like to truly connect with my reasons for being here

and break through to the authentic desires of my heart.

*I'd like to be able to identify, acknowledge, and honor 

my true purpose for being here.

*I'd love to grow a great soul and make the internal 

changes and life-changing decisions that will allow me

to achieve the goals God would have me to reach.

*I'd love to continue moving forward discovering my true 

life purpose and passions.

*I would love to make a positive difference... leaving this 

world better than I found it.

My life has been a journey that has often led me to 

unexpected places. It has been an adventure with a 

tendency for hurling challenges and opportunities in my 


My Vision:

With excellence... motivate and inspire myself and others

to continue to grow spiritually.

With enthusiasm... encourage myself and others to tap

 into our reservoir of God-given talents and abilities and

 be used of God fully.

I would like to make an inner difference, for the better. I 

would love to see the inner differences ripple outward in 

such a way that others will benefit from it. 

Carole C. Good - is a freelance blogger for and

Carole has used her writing skills to produce scripts for radio, television commercials, and developing content for websites and blogs. Carole writes, researches, and maintains both websites. She is constantly editing, proof reading, and eradicating imperfections for: and

Years ago when Carole was active with Facebook she published several Inspirational pages: Carole C. Good, Positively Good News Network with Carole C. Good, Positively Good Productions with Carole C. Good, Think About It with Carole C. Good, and Positively Good Soul Food with Carole C. Good.

Carole was a freelance video producer, commercial scriptwriter, voice-over talent, videographer and editor. Being a visual communicator and creative professional - Carole was able to produce material for a variety of broadcast outlets. She produced, directed, and edited television commercials, public service announcements, talk shows, and life stories.

Carole's experience and background includes: 11½ years in Fulton County Government Administration, modeling, acting, technical television and radio broadcasting, along with many other creative stage productions.

Carole founded and directed Elorac Modeling Entourage in Atlanta. She also managed Not-2-B-4Got10 Hip-Hop Dance Troupe in Atlanta.

Carole has conducted Self-Esteem, Personal Development and Artist Development Workshops in Elementary Schools, High Schools, Housing and Community Centers, and Continuing Education venues... between Atlanta and Warner Robins, Georgia... to name a few. These workshops taught participants the basic principles of professional conduct on and off camera, as well as, basic modeling, etiquette, and life skills.

Carole worked in radio at WMLD/WERD, for James Brown Enterprises in Atlanta, WGNM- Good News TV and the UPN Affiliate in Macon. She served as Moderator for Peaceful Solutions in Central Georgia and sat on the Board of Directors for River's Edge. Carole hosted a radio talk show, Think About It, on WIGO in Atlanta. She also hosted The Carole Good Show on WBML Christian radio and was a freelance television producer for CTN (Christian Television Network) in Macon, Georgia. Carole was a voice-over talent and radio commercial scriptwriter in productions at J93.3 The Joy FM in Atlanta. Other radio affiliations: WTJH (15 minute Inspirational Commentary) and WATB, Gospel Talk/Radio Show Host in Atlanta.

Carole attended and completed numerous workshops and seminars in communications, acting, film, television, improvisation, auditioning, makeup artistry, color analysis and cold reading techniques.

Carole is a graduate of Barbizon School of Modeling, Atlanta, Georgia, and a certified modeling instructor through Barbizon. She pursued studies in the Arts with the Alliance Theater School in Atlanta, Georgia, Faces International of Hollywood, California, and Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. Carole majored in Advertising and Marketing Communication at Wesleyan College.


On November 7, 2012, Carole became a grand mom. Once the "Grand" was added to her name, life as she once knew it... was never the same. Praise the Lord!

Some of us spend our whole lives striving 

to be someone God never called us to be.

Carole has been profoundly changed by life's journey. She

has observed and absorbed many life lessons from her up-

close and very personal experiences with hardships,

struggles, faith, and stick-to-itiveness. She knows that she

was created for something greater than herself.

What's the driving force 

in Carole's life?

Time and again, I’ve seen God miraculously come 

through in my life. I can firmly stand on what I have seen 

God do. 

I have come to fully realize that other things may give 

temporary fulfillment, but only devotion to God 

truly satisfies our soul.

My Mission:

*To keep God as my priority... first in all things.

*To recognize that this is God's work, and I am God's 


*To motivate and inspire others to live more productive,

God-centered lives.

*To nurture the inherent beauty, goodness, and Spirit of all 


*To cultivate vision, healing, and extraordinary living 

around the world.

*To do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit.

Many people believe that they don’t have what it takes to 

make a positive difference in the world. The truth is,

every one of us were created to contribute

and make a positive difference to our world in our own 

unique way.

I used to tell myself no one person could fix all that is 

wrong in our world. No one person could bring about 

peace, especially global peace.

As I have matured, I realize that even one person can "fix" 

or contribute something. I believe if enough individuals 

do what they can where they are... those single efforts add 

up. They can make a positively good difference in helping 

to improve lives.

We do the world no favors when we 

hold ourselves back.

Our God is faithful.
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