Monthly Archive: February 2015

Feb 23

#InspireMonday: Looking for What Is Not Lost

lost-and-found

Happy Monday! Thank you to everyone that reached out to say kind words about the last post on Understanding Intents. Your kind words are appreciated. Life can be likened to a treasure hunt. We are all seeking for gems that we believe will give our existence meaning and substance. Consumed by this search for meaning …

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Feb 16

#InspireMonday: Understanding Intents

3D question mark

Happy Monday! I think the “Why” of a matter is one of the most powerful questions that can be asked and answered. It is commonly said that the person that knows “how” will get the job; but he that knows “why” will be his boss. So, I was naturally delighted to find a book that …

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Feb 09

#InspireMonday: Trust

Building Trust

Happy Monday! Trust is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as the “belief that someone or something is reliable, good, honest, effective, etc.”.  I think this definition is a bit wanting. For me, trust can not just be a believe. Beyond a certain baseline degree given to all, trust must be built, earned and based on …

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Feb 05

Citizens Ballot Watch: Get Your Voice Heard

Citizens Ballot Watch

The significance of the fast approaching elections on the future and destiny of this nation cannot be overstated. Therefore any initiative that seeks to make exercise a success devoid of any malfeasance (and the subsequent violence we dread may occur following this) is a welcome development. The mobile application Citizens Ballot Watch in my opinion, …

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Feb 02

#InspireMonday: Confidence

Confidence

Happy Monday! First, a big thank you to everyone that has reached out to me to offer kind words about #InspireMonday. I am delighted you have found the series inspiring. By His grace, greater things ahead. A few years ago, I was searching for a new school for my kids. In my opinion, the major …

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