My Thanksgiving story (part 2): A very.. very cold roadtrip drive
Jonathan kept driving. We had more than 3 hours to go. And it was getting colder and colder inside the car. The thermometer indicated 36 F. The farther North we drove on US 27, the lower the temperature became. The cold air is filtered in from the windows, and from the bottom of the car.…
Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward will be pulling the curtain back on #cryptocurrency THIS Saturday at 1 pm EST in a LIVE webinar!!
Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward will be pulling the curtain back on cryotocurrency THIS Saturday, November 17, 2018, at 1 pm EST in a LIVE webinar!! Please, Join us Saturday, November 17th, 2018 at 1 pm (EST) for this LIVE Cryptocurrency Webinar featuring, New York Times best selling authors Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward! To…
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The guilt complex
We have within us, between our ears, a simple thing called conscience which teaches us there’s a right and wrong approach to life. We know when we act contrary to our conscience we feel guilty, and this feeling impacts negatively our thoughts. This behavior bestows upon us what author David Schwartz called the guilt complex…
The long run and the short runs
“It’s easy to look at the long run and lull yourself into skipping a day now and then. But, the long run is made up of short runs,” this is what I read from a blog posted by bestselling author and blogger Set Godin. The following are some questions Set Godin asked in his post that…
Tell your stories to connect and dicover: no shame, no blame!
I attended City Speaks, a storytelling event, last night in Pompano Beach, Florida, which reminds me, back in the days in my homeland Haiti, when my dad used to gather us together, just to tell us stories. Sometimes, they were folktales of Bouki and Malis, the villain and the smart; and other times it was just…
The Top Five Regrets of the Dying
Bronnie Ware, an author who worked in palliative care, wrote “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying.” They are: 1.- I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. 2.- I wish I hadn’t worked so hard. 3.- I wish I had the courage…
Hard work and Smart work!
I had an opportunity to listen to leadership guru Chris Brady, co-author with Orrin Woodward of the best seller book: Launching a leadership revolution. His main topic was about hard work and smart work and how to face obstacles and challenges in journeying towards your vision. You and I will always have to work hard…