Wow, from last month's Wheel of Life podcast, to today, has seen a significant amount of change. Yes, the Malaysia trip, meeting my main man Hakeem Khan while doing an amazing podcaster interview, and setting myself up for another magnificent month, has helped. However, I think where I excelled tremendously was in being efficient. With... Continue Reading →
Wheel of Life: June Edition!
Oh, another brilliant month filled with turbulence, but now tapping into my "hobbies" section at a rapid pace, unlike anything I've ever seen before! Let's hit that one off first! For those of you tuning in for the first time, this is an excellent exercise you can do on a routine basis: monthly, quarterly,... Continue Reading →
The Ramble of Positivity: Episode XXV – That’s Number Three!
My morning list..... I'm so happy and grateful now that I have possession of the driver seat in my life. I'm so grateful that I have the opportunity to travel when I want, where I want, and still be able to save as much as I do. I'm truly grateful for how the first part... Continue Reading →
Wheel of Life – May Edition: The New Beginning — Again
Whew! So much noise, so many things happening, so many decisions to be made. On the cusp of what might possibly be a new job, another one emerged. I'm trying to check and see if these are breadcrumbs and I'm also evaluating every step...but it's hard to determine. Moving onto the next one, part-time jobs... Continue Reading →
Wheel of Life: Let The Games Begin!
I've got my mojo back! After dumping the 'tub of dog shit job' (lmao - sorry - I don't cuss much....I promise), I've now free'd up my available attention units and have been attracting so much goodness into my life. Like I said last month, it was the dying days of the last job, but... Continue Reading →
Wheel of Life: March 2018 Edition – The Adventure Begins
Welcome back to another edition of the wheel of life, and having experienced a massive change (the biggest one in 3.5 years) in my life, where am I sitting at in each category, including physical environment? Moreover, how about you? This is an exercise that's designed to help you figure out what areas of your... Continue Reading →
Dale Carnegie’s: Make The Fault Seem Easy To Correct
As a teacher, we could definitely be extremely hard on our students. In America, most teachers would berate the students who don't do well on the test instead of giving criticism and not being hated for it. For example, 26 out of 30 students do well and the 4 others - not so well. Who... Continue Reading →