Showing posts from November, 2009


Is This A Case Of Dying To Survive

"Dwell in thought upon the grandest, and the grandest you shall see; Fix your mind upon the highest, and the highest you shall be." Unknown

OK, I feel like I am the only one who will ever write about Mr. Muhammad, a neighbor, who lived in my small community here in Trinidad. He died on the first day of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. I’m sure if the family pays for his obituary in the local newspaper, that’s all he will get. That would read like “he was the father of XYZ and the husband of A, brother of B” and so on but that would hardly convey the true story.

Mr. Muhammad was working on the Bailey bridge in Macoya. His company had secured the contract to reconstruct the bridge after a recent fatal accident in which 3 people lost their lives. The bridge had to be totally reconstructed prior to the Royal visit from the Queen Elizabeth II of England and over 50 other dignitaries that make up the Commonwealth of Nations.

To h…

When You Know The End Is Near, Then What...

If You Value Your Life Die With Pride

You must take action now that will move you towards your goals. Develop a sense of urgency in your life. -Les Brown

I'm currently involved in developing a Time Management Workshop and stumbled upon this video. It was so inspiring that I had to blog it.

See how one man faces the knowledge of his impending demise.

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Answers That May Shock You

"India Has More Honor Kids Than America Has Kids"

The answers to many questions that you would not even think about asking but its important to know.

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Mastering Human Relationships

"I think what makes us human is our interconnectedness among people. It's our ability to form and maintain relationships. It's the barometer by which we call ourselves human." Thomas Jane

By Brian Tracy

NO, NO, NO this is not Brian Tracey, the Early To Rise Free email was delivered to my inbox today with this article by Mr. Tracey If you are not familiar with him yet, you should be, take my word for it.

I thought that I would be inexcusably selfish of me to keep it to myself. If you got it already, give a read again. If you want articles like this subscribe to Early To Rise, it is free or follow my blog. Both links are below and you can follow me on twitter too.

Unfortunately, I only share these when they resonate with me. This one did. Read it and think of your friends and your "friends" and even your family; it applies everywhere. Personally, I'm an open friendship kinda guy, I wish I could befriend the world, (Is "befriend a word?) Anyway, whateve…