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 encapsulate the concept of genius 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" 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 a better insight of reality, deeply … 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. THIS IS YOUR QUEST! Whatever you do you need balance. If you lean too far one side or the other you will fall off. In chapter 14 of "This … 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