Ideal Leadership By Example | Fonsonia O’Garro

The Power of One Series I’m certain she doesn’t know the extent to which she impacted me; even I hadn’t grasped the profundity of her impact until I began thinking about who had. Fonsonia O’Garro was my direct supervisor at N. Brisbane and Associates or N.B.A. (now Brisbane O’Garro Alvaranga, B.O.A.), one of the region’s … Continue reading Ideal Leadership By Example | Fonsonia O’Garro

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A Brief Word on the Karmic Impact of Even Our Most (Presumably) Inconsequential Choices

What we think are our most inconsequential choices in fact have incalculable karmaic impact. What we ate today... Something no longer exists, as it did, in order that we may live. "Who we're wearing"... Is more than brand name clothing, it's who harvested the material and who did the fabricating. There are whole nations and … Continue reading A Brief Word on the Karmic Impact of Even Our Most (Presumably) Inconsequential Choices

Study Notes on “How to Change the World Properly”

Overview Jordan Peterson's talk on How to Change the World — Properly — is one of the most powerful videos I've come across, laying out the modus operandi that needs to be adopted to see positive change achieved for the long-haul. I consider it Vital Food for Thought, leaving nothing to be desired as a … Continue reading Study Notes on “How to Change the World Properly”

Unpacking 1. What faith is 2. What Faith Is Not and 3. Why We Should All Have Faith | Part 1 of the 3

What Faith Is Faith is work done in the belief that outcomes hoped for will come to pass as a consequence of the work we do. The word “faith” makes a qualitative distinction between the spirit in which we work i.e. With trust/expectation (i.e. faith) in the reliability of the consequences of our work to … Continue reading Unpacking 1. What faith is 2. What Faith Is Not and 3. Why We Should All Have Faith | Part 1 of the 3

De Taxi Stand Workshop | 2018 June 24th

Take a look at what we did at De Taxi Stand Workshop on June 24, 2018. Event Itinerary Weekly Watch Word This Week's Watch Word Watch Words are "style" and "voice". See definition and example below. Definition Style means the mechanical or technical aspects of writing and may be specific to the requirements of the … Continue reading De Taxi Stand Workshop | 2018 June 24th

De Taxi Stand Workshop | 2018 June 10th

Take a look at what we did at De Taxi Stand Workshop on June 10, 2018. Event Itinerary The Weekly Watch Word This Week’s Watch Word is the literary device “diction”. See definition and example below. Definition Diction is the distinctive tone or tenor of an author’s writings. Diction is not just a writer's choice … Continue reading De Taxi Stand Workshop | 2018 June 10th

De Taxi Stand Workshop | 2018 June 03rd

Take a look at what we did at De Taxi Stand Workshop on June 03, 2018. Event Itinerary The Weekly Watch Word This weeks Watch Word is the literary device “euphemism”. See definition and example below. Definition Euphemism refers to the practice of using a comparatively milder or less abrasive negative description in place of … Continue reading De Taxi Stand Workshop | 2018 June 03rd

De Taxi Stand Workshop | 2018 May 27th

Take a look at what we did at De Taxi Stand Workshop on May 27, 2018. Event Itinerary The Watch Word The Watch Word(s) for the day was the literary device "alliteration". (See definition below). Participants were encouraged to employ the literary device if possible. It wasn't mandatory nor should its use compromise the piece, … Continue reading De Taxi Stand Workshop | 2018 May 27th

The Importance of Understanding the Reasons Behind Offender’s Motives

Last week, reports circled my tiny twin-island Federation of a chillingly double murder. Guns can allow for quite the distance between victim and perpetrator but not so with chop wounds as reported. Many people don't want to know "why" this happened because they argue that there's no justifying it. Many will express an interest in … Continue reading The Importance of Understanding the Reasons Behind Offender’s Motives