Just this Sunday, I lost a gig that provided 70% of my income. I was crushed. It was devastating to say theleast, because it had come on the worst time possible.
Just tonight, a nation watched and witnessed as a band of 12 hopefuls who endured and beat the odds to get to the finals, and lose. But that team didn’t just lose, they lost in a disappointing way.
It is wired in us to help more people. True passion calls us to pursue goals and dreams that do not only merit us, but others as well. But how do we become enabled to help others? Sometimes we get stuck in the thinking that we don’t have enough time, or don’t have enough money …
Reciprocity is important in a relationship. I remember that many people told me before getting married, “Kiko, you have to make sure that you and Ces reciprocate each others efforts.” But what happens when you’re spouse isn’t being fair? What if you’ve been serving non-stop, and your spouse just keeps taking without giving?
One of the toughest people to face in the workplace is a know it all. Just the thought of listening to someone like that probably even makes you shudder. You know, that one person on the team that acts like they’re never wrong. What could possibly be worse? What are some signs of a know …
A couple of weeks ago, I was at a conference speaking to some students on passion and success. It was one of my favorites because of the number of questions being asked by the students. How often do we usually have those talks where the open forum isn’t dead air?