Archive for the ‘Think About It!’ Category
I believe that what is right is totally relative to perspective. The human mind can, will and does justify anything that it wants! There is no absolute right or wrong, a real scary thought for those who have a need to believe in absolutes.
The beautiful part of this way of thinking is (more…)
Big shout out to Nicole Poree-Zayas for the link!!!
special thanks to everyone who continues to support my dreams…big shout out to amanda karadsheh of allentown, pa and mats midttun of olso, norway who recently purchased a copy!!!Wednesday, October 13th, 2010
Big shout out to Rainey Skates Cruz for the link!
I want to share a snippet of a recent conversation with one of my close colleagues about how to get what we want out of life…
“So Rickey, how much should someone expect to get paid if they were a part of building a company from the ground up and now it’s worth $300 million?
Sakiya that’s simply, however much they negotiated on the front end!”
When it comes to doing business, your first rule should always be “if it wasn’t written, it wasn’t said”, because if and when a business deal goes bad, the negotiations will always start with the intitial written word.
I know that’s sounds really simple, but sooo many people fail to understand the importance of applying this simple business principle…don’t be one of them!!!
this is how living my life like a dream looks…a big shout to all the laguardia community college students who came out to hear me speak and had the courage to express their own dreams and desires…dare2bU!!!Friday, April 23rd, 2010
I recently had the opportunity to do a book discussion with a small group of 7th graders at the MS/PS 27 Agnes Humphrey School in Brooklyn, New York.
I must admit that I was quite impressed with some of their answers and found this to be a great example of how you will often find only what you seek.
Although there were many, one of the stand out moments for me was when a student named Junisha express how she wanted to be a photographer. Since I’m all about seizing the moment, I put her on the spot and challenged her to take pictures during the discussion. Although she was kind of hesitant at first, she not only accepted the challenge, but exceeded expectations in my opinion.
She took all the following pictures minus the group shot… (more…)
productivity guru tim ferriss’ shows how asking one simple question “what’s the worst that could happen?” is all you need to learn to do anything!!!Monday, April 12th, 2010
Tim Ferriss is author of bestseller The 4-Hour Workweek, a self-improvement program of four steps: defining aspirations, managing time, creating automatic income and escaping the trappings of the 9-to-5 life.
moments like this make me glad that i didn’t listen to any of the naysayers who told me that i should just stick to being a graphic designer/printer…use this moment to further fuel your dreams…big thanks to kevin jayasena from australia who recently purchased a book!!!Friday, April 9th, 2010