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6-Steps to Being More Disciplined and Powerful

“With faith, discipline and selfless devotion to duty, there is nothing worthwhile that you cannot achieve.” – Muhammad Ali Jinnah Discipline is not something we have or don’t have. It’s something we practice and develop over time. We must identify a ‘What’ and ‘Why’ that is big enough to last the challenges of time. To be disciplined […]

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Each of Us Has a Small Piece to Contribute to the Big Picture

Just because we can’t see the big picture of how everything fits together, doesn’t mean it won’t. I just got back from Geneva Switzerland, where I was blessed to participate in the Global Shapers Annual Curators meeting. The Global Shapers Community is a network of Hubs developed and led by young people who are exceptional […]

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453 Ways the Youth Are Shaping the World

My mind and heart are completely blown open after this week’s experience at the World Economic Forum in Geneva, Switzerland with the Global Shapers Community for the Annual Curators Meeting (ACM). About 450 young leaders from 169 countries gathered together to focus on Shaping a better future for our Planet. This is the first of several […]

What’s the Point of Pointing Fingers?

What’s the point of pointing at people with our pointy fingers when they have seemingly done something wrong in our eyes? Rather than pointing out the obvious, can we not make a point to explore what life must be like in their body, circumstances and experience and if we were on point with this presence […]

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7 Abundance Tricks for Living the Most Fulfilling Life you Can!

Lesson one in the game of wealth generation is that Abundance is a feeling, not a thing. Stuff and things will never equal abundance in our body, mind and heart. Stuff and things will only create a desire for more stuff and things. Don’t get me wrong, money can be a wonderful thing. It can buy us […]

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The Day I Accepted My Laziness

All my life I was called lazy; by my parents (who rock), my brother, my friends in school and the voices in my head.  Laziness meaning, “not willing to work or be energetic” was a pretty accurate description for how I was. I found it very difficult to get motivated when I was in school. […]