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Human beings are funny – Sigmund Freud

Human beings are funny. They long to be with the person they love but refuse to admit openly. Some are afraid to show even the slightest sign of affection because of fear. Fear that their feelings may not be recognized, or even worst, returned. But one thing about human beings that puzzles me the most is their conscious effort to be connected with the object of their affection even if it kills them slowly within.

Sigmund Freud  (via psych-quotes)

Funny how people say they miss you but never come to see you

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Duane Cashin – Inspiring Entrepreneur

Duane Cashin – Inspiring Entrepreneur

In business, people often see their environment as competitive and struggle with how to stand out. Those who have heard Duane Cashin see things differently. Duane draws from his 20 plus years of experience as a top salesman and entrepreneur to deliver clear insight on how to effectively differentiate one’s offering in today’s marketplace. Duane shows that people can tap into those things that truly make them unique to get real results. With the perfect blend of storytelling, humor, passion, and straight talk, Duane challenges his audiences to rethink everything from their approach to communicating the unique value of their offering, to their attitudes toward selling and serving. Duane’s analogies, metaphors, and real-life stories combined with his warm and witty style will keep you laughing while you learn sound business and life principles. He will infuse you with a passion for success and leave you with a vision of your higher purpose and a drive to achieve your personal best.

 

Stories vs. statistics: Professor John Allen Paulos

Stories vs. statistics: Professor John Allen Paulos

John Allen Paulos gained fame as a writer and speaker on the importance of mathematical literacy. His book Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and its Consequences was an influential bestseller and A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper extended the critique. He also has written on other subjects, such as the mathematical and philosophical basis of humor, the vagaries of the stock market and the quantitative aspects of narrative. “Who’s Counting,” his long-running monthly column on ABCNews.com, deals with mathematical aspects of stories in the news.

 

The Ultimate Life Movie Promo

The Ultimate Life Movie Promo

This is a Behind the Scenes of the shooting of The Ultimate Life. It has been shot, and is now in Post-Production

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How to Create Camaraderie in Your Family Business

How to Create Camaraderie in Your Family Business

Family Business Coach, Pete Walsh, encourages family businesses to get out of the office and create camaraderie. Go on a camping trip, spa weekend, golf trip or whatever you like to do.

 

GAIM 2013: Cairn’s Jackson sees big gains in European credit

GAIM 2013: Cairn’s Jackson sees big gains in European credit

Jan 22, 2013 – Despite low volatility, Cairn Capital’s Andrew Jackson says there are opportunities to make “very real returns” from credit markets in Europe. He also sees no bond bubble in the United States.

 

CEO Survival Lessons: Cultivating Resilience

CEO Survival Lessons: Cultivating Resilience

Ping Fu survived torture, rape and exile to become one of America‘s most promising entrepreneurs

You are searching the world for treasures but the real treasure is yourself – Rumi

You are searching the world for treasures but the real treasure is yourself – Rumi

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A Family is like branches that grow in different directions but have one strong root

A Family is like branches that grow in different directions but have one strong root

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