Is it true that “the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior?”


In other words, “Is it true that the best predictor of what I’ll do next is what I did in the past?” “Does this formula hold true?” “No!” “The best predictor of my future behavior is what I think about myself, my past and my future. Only when I change thinking will I change myContinue reading “Is it true that “the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior?””

A great tribute from my guest Shirley Gammage, Certified Life Coach, in loving memories and the true honoring, of her friend, Frederick L. Henderson.


We grew up together as kids and decades later we crossed paths again on 7-4-2018 (your birthday gift from God). For two months and four days, we talked at least 7 times a day and every day was magical up to the very last time I heard your sweet angelic voice (8-9-2018 at 1:45 am).Continue reading “A great tribute from my guest Shirley Gammage, Certified Life Coach, in loving memories and the true honoring, of her friend, Frederick L. Henderson.”

“Going Global: Four steps towards becoming an intercultural disciple,” a new book by Joel Lamour, D. Min.


I was delighted to read in a trait the digital version of Joel Lamour’s new book: “Going Global: Four steps towards becoming an intercultural disciple.” Prefaced by Dr. Donald Minshew, Executive Director of Gulf Stream Baptist Association, Lamour invites us to answer the highest call of discipleship which is about the “intentional training of peopleContinue reading ““Going Global: Four steps towards becoming an intercultural disciple,” a new book by Joel Lamour, D. Min.”

Focus more on the inputs, and less on the outputs. They will take care of themselves.


This is what I just learned in reading Seth Godin’s blog post this morning. Mastery and success come from the preparation, the journey, and the inputs we undertake. The outputs which are the exciting, more glamorous last step will be there when we follow the right path. “Almost every element of good bread happens longContinue reading “Focus more on the inputs, and less on the outputs. They will take care of themselves.”

Bird dog diva & connector queen: What a difference a bag and a shirt make!


Mariejo picking up her bag and shirt from Laurie Woodward at the Life Leadership Convention in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. I am very proud of my wife to have stepped of her comfort zone to share a shirt 7 minutes videos with friends and family and engage them in conversations about financial literacy and entrepreneurship. ThankContinue reading “Bird dog diva & connector queen: What a difference a bag and a shirt make!”

A moment at Dunkin’ leading a conversation by asking questions!


I was at this Dunkin’ Donuts in Fort Lauderdale this morning for breakfast. I was in line when the lady at the counter called “Next.” “Good morning,” she said with a smile asking me what I want to order today. I replied with a “Good morning” as well before I added: “Let me have aContinue reading “A moment at Dunkin’ leading a conversation by asking questions!”

 How to grow an increasing portfolio of cash-flow producing assets?


This Saturday, March 24th, Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward will be discussing various topics related to financial literacy, such as: –        How to grow an increasing portfolio of cash-flow producing assets –        A detailed discussion on several asset classes, such as Gold, Annuities, Life Insurance, Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds,Continue reading ” How to grow an increasing portfolio of cash-flow producing assets?”

Some tips to check your money reality and to live the life you want!


“It’s not what you make but what you keep that determines financial success. Pay yourself first and save what you pay yourself.” This is the first principles stated in the 47 principles of the Financial Fitness Pack introduced by New-York Times best-selling authors Orrin Woodward and Chris Brady. I just read a story released byContinue reading “Some tips to check your money reality and to live the life you want!”

The online Leadership Book Club will discuss this Wednesday: “Make your Bed,” authored by Admiral William H. McRaven.


I had fun reading this book that I received as a Christmas gift from my daughter. I am as much delighted to the coincidence that “Make your Bed, Little Things That can Change Your Life … And Maybe The World,”  has been chosen to be discussed this Wednesday January 24, from 8:00 pm, at theContinue reading “The online Leadership Book Club will discuss this Wednesday: “Make your Bed,” authored by Admiral William H. McRaven.”

Meeting Bob Burg at the Toastmasters Leadership Institute in West Palm Beach and learning the Go Givers Laws for success in Life.


I was serving at the West Palm Beach, Florida, Toastmasters Leadership Institute (TLI,) last Saturday morning when I met bestselling author Bob Burg who was the keynote speaker for this event. I was at the check in table when this tall man showed up with a beam smile, great eye contact, a vibrant energetic handshakeContinue reading “Meeting Bob Burg at the Toastmasters Leadership Institute in West Palm Beach and learning the Go Givers Laws for success in Life.”