Taneisha R. Johnson spiritual testimony: searching for life’s reason why!


I had the opportunity to be part of an audience listening to Taneisha R. Johnson's spiritual testimony this Sunday morning at a Mormon church in Fort Lauderdale.Her son, Branden, is on his way to a 2 years spiritual mission in UTAH.I asked Taneisha's permission to share her words with you.……………My Heavenly Father has given meContinue reading “Taneisha R. Johnson spiritual testimony: searching for life’s reason why!”

“The greatest prospector,” a great read on leadership & mentorship to create success in business, & life.


I read this book in one trait. A great read for a great book. The greatest prospector in the world a historically accurate parable on creating success in sales , business, & life. This is a recipe for mastering the sales process, said Orrrin Woodward, Inc. Magazine top 20 Leader who forworded the book. A greatContinue reading ““The greatest prospector,” a great read on leadership & mentorship to create success in business, & life.”

Fear: our greatest enemy in life and how to master it with Faith


I just received this text from my mentor Jerry Harteis. I am excited to share it you.   Have a good read….. I’ve heard it said that we’re born with only a few fears, like the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises. All other fears, we learn along the way, like theContinue reading “Fear: our greatest enemy in life and how to master it with Faith”

In search of Harriet’s Uncle Tom Cabin, I found Hawkins Swing, and had a good morning reading!


I drank too much coffee today. I can’t sleep. It’s 2:52 am, and I’m still up.  I just got back from a pleasant alumni party of Marijo’s high school. It was very fun and entertaining. I had a good time, eating good food, dancing melodious music, and watching friends retrouvailles with good laughter, and jokesContinue reading “In search of Harriet’s Uncle Tom Cabin, I found Hawkins Swing, and had a good morning reading!”

Understanding the importance of our fruits, a book from Jean-Patrick Lucien


I was walking with my wife this morning in Fort-Lauderdale and our conversations were about fruits: mangoes, avocados, siwèl, Kachiman, kowosol, etc… and the pleasure we had devouring them. I just  received an email from my friend Evangeline Roussel announcing the release of a book from Jean Patrick Lucien on the importance of our fruits.Continue reading “Understanding the importance of our fruits, a book from Jean-Patrick Lucien”

Transform Stress: tell your own story of growth and resilience


Kelly Mcgonugal, PHD., invites us to transform stress by telling our own stories and sharing our own testimonials of growth and resilience. Here are some notes I jot down from my reading of her book that I ‘m eager to share with you. One of the best ways to notice, value, and express your ownContinue reading “Transform Stress: tell your own story of growth and resilience”

Finding meaning in suffering and stress: a reading from Kelly Mcgonugal, PHD.


Everyone can define stress as they want to. But, Kelly Mcgonugal, PHD., in this book The upside of Stress: Why stress is good for you, and how to get good at it, says “we’re stressed when feel anxious, busy, frustrated, threatened, or under pressure.” The best way to manage stress insn’t to reduce or avoidContinue reading “Finding meaning in suffering and stress: a reading from Kelly Mcgonugal, PHD.”

Stress is good for you, and you can get good at it, says Kelly Mcgonugal, PHD.


I read this book in a trait. Here is the main question being answered by the author: Why stress is good for you, and how to get good at it? This new view of stress is the result of the work of Stanford psychologist and award winning teacher Kelly Mcgonugal, PHD. They say all theContinue reading “Stress is good for you, and you can get good at it, says Kelly Mcgonugal, PHD.”

Getting through hard times together


I attended a funeral yesterday in Fort-Lauderdale. It was a very simple ceremony with very simple people who were mourning their loved mother, sister, and friend in a very simple way. It was joyful, besides the sorrow, the grief, and the sadness of the moment. I just met Jenny through business connections two months ago.Continue reading “Getting through hard times together”

Doral, from a swampland to a striving city hub,the legacy of Doris and Alfred Kaskel.


I discovered what Doral stands for last Thursday. I was on my way to the restroom when I saw this marble sculpture in the lobby of the City Hall building while attending a business event with the Doral Chamber of Commerce.  The story below is a copy and paste from the Chamber website http://www.doralchamber.org. TheContinue reading “Doral, from a swampland to a striving city hub,the legacy of Doris and Alfred Kaskel.”