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Week 2: An Eagle in a barn…

Yesterday I had the most estrange revelation, that i am indeed an eagle in a barn. Here is why I say such thing: I  have nine (yes, 9) different professional licenses. I’m not talking about professional certification (those are 8 more). I’m talking professional licenses. Among the most important: Professional Engineer, Attorney at law admitted […]

Week 15: Life happens… Such is life…

Have you ever planned a vacation trip, you create this beautiful picture in your mind and when you finally are in your vacation something happens and this perfect picture of your vacation no longer exists? What happens in life! More common than not, we all have experienced that kind of situations… A dinner, a family […]

Week 14: My New Year Resolution is… Wait, I don’t have New Year Resolution!

This New Year I decided something really revolutionary: I won’t have New Year Resolutions! Many people start a new year without having specific resolutions. That is no new. What is totally new is that in this case, I’m doing it on purpose! Yes, on purpose. I decided not to have New Year resolutions. Instead, I […]

Week 13: Movies, Popcorn, Laughs, tears, and thoughts.

I just finished watching half a dozen movies as part of our weekly MKMMA assignment. I have to admit that watching those movies was a pleasure and gave me very important lessons that are in tune with our 26 week program. Let’s talk about each film and what was the most memorable quote of each […]

Week 11: Habits

We all have, at some point of our lives said: “We are creatures of habits”. Nothing truer! But what is the real meaning of such words? Let’s start the definition of the Habits. Habits means: “a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up”. Also means: custom, practice, routine, […]

Week 10: I Forgive You…

Today, I decided to forgive you. Today, I liberate myself from the pain you have caused in my life. Yes, in my life. But first, let’s define what the meaning of “forgive” is. “Forgive” is a verb that means: “stop feeling angry or resentful toward (someone) for an offense, flaw, or mistake”. Yes, today I […]