Celebrating milestones injects a bit of life into any project, "En Quête Du Bonheur" (the French edition of "This is Your Quest") has taken the #1 spot on Amazon.France in the category "Longevity" and has taken the #2 spot in the category "Self-Help"! I am feeling extemely grateful 😀🙏 to all the curious souls out there who purchased my … Continue reading Amazon Rankings, Celebrating an Unexpected Coup!
If I asked you to name 3 people who worked in the Genius Zone, there is a high chance it may include: Leonardo Da Vinci - Albert Einstein - Marie Curie Leonardo Da Vinci (1452 – 1519), Italian Genius of the Renaissance; inventor, painter, sculptor, architect, scientist, musician, mathematician, engineer, writer, anatomist, geologist, botanist, writing, … Continue reading Get Into The Genius Zone and Unlock Your Maximum Potential
Abraham Maslow, the American psychologist, best known for writing 'A Theory of Human Motivation' and 'Towards a Psychology of Being' defined the concept of 'Self-Actualization' or the 'Self Actualization of Maslow' as 'the desire for self-fulfillment.' Maslow studied mentally healthy individuals, instead of people with serious psychological issues, and in particular "Self-Actualized" individuals who had … Continue reading Self-Actualization – Be Whoever You Want To Be
The French Edition of "This Is Your Quest" is storming up the Amazon Sales Charts and takes the #15 spot 😀! Thank you 🙏 to everyone who has bought my book and visited my website. Welcome on board! You are up for an Epic Journey! "En Quete du Bonheur" takes the #15 spot! Did you know that … Continue reading French Edition of “This Is Your Quest” Climbing the Amazon.fr Charts!
Life is a balancing act and your Quest should be to embrace the ups & downs, the good & the bad, the joy & the challenges. Whatever you do you need balance. Life is a balancing act. The Golden Mean In chapter 14 of my book "This Is Your Quest" I describe with the help … Continue reading Life Is a Balancing Act
The 6th June is the date that marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day Landings where more than 150,000 American, British & Canadian troops landed in Normandy. The invasion was the largest air, land and sea invasion in history. In Chapter 14 of "This Is Your Quest" I describe "philia" as the deep friendship that develops … Continue reading D-Day landing in Normandy – The Beginning of the End of the War in Europe
The French Flag is called the Tricolore. It consists of 3 vertical stripes of blue, white and red. It was established as the flag of France after the French Revolution of 1789. Red & Blue were the colours of Paris. White was the colour of royalty. With the white sandwiched between the red and the … Continue reading Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité