Tag Archives: sincerity

Why Are You Passionate About You???

Simply put, it’s being who you are and doing what comes naturally. When what you do is in alignment with who you are, you get energy from doing it. It’s like water flowing along its natural riverbed. It actually gains energy from the path it’s taking (compare that to what most people experience in their work, which is more like trying to force it up and over a mountain).

When people take the time to ask me how I am, my usual response is “Positively Passionate…” or “Amazing…” or “I am excellent…” or “Truly blessed….and how are you?”

Passion… It is a gift combined of all the experiences we’ve lived through. I just have one simple and single question for you. Continue reading

Appreciation and Flattery

The next time you enjoy a steak at the dinner, send word to the chef that it was excellently prepared, and when a tired salesman shows you unusual courtesy, please mention it.

Every lecturer, minister, and public speaker knows the discouragement of pouring himself or herself out to an audience and not receiving a single ripple of appreciative comments. What applies to professionals applies doubly to workers in offices, shops, and factories, and to our families and friends. In our  interpersonal relationships, we should never forget that all our associates are human beings and hunger for appreciation. It’s the legal tender that all souls enjoy.

  • One of the most neglected virtue of our day is Appreciation. Honest Appreciation gets results, criticism and ridicule fails. Continue reading