Many times we use the words “I’m Sorry” to influence another person to leave us alone rather than take responsibility for our wrongdoing.

What if I told you an apology given through text message, email, or social media is not an actual apology. Enjoy my short video today, and think about what these two powerful words really means to you. Until next time, Be encouraged.


I speak to hundreds of thousands of young adults, men, women, and couples annually on leadership, decision making, and relationships.  Sometimes life has a way of being the antidote to life itself. If you’d like more information on this topic or how to bring me in as a speaker for your next event, please  contact me.

In the meantime, I encourage you to subscribe to my Tribe/Newsletter on my homepage. Post your comment below, Share my blogs with your friends on social media, and visit my website often for daily inspiration.


Egypt McKee

Speaker | Author | TV Host | Life Coach

©2014-2023 Copyright, Egypt McKee. All Rights Reserved.

Life Book_READ IT




Please note that I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive, abusive, or off-topic. Thank you.

Leave a Reply