Following Champions

This post was waiting for the right context to conjure itself completely in my mind. First of all, the irony of this first statement is that the book

The Mastery Ministry

In an earlier post, I wrote about the dangers of a free lunch and how we tend to want more than we give out. I want to look at the flipside;

Work Wisdom From a Father

The title is misleading. I have actually picked work wisdom and lessons from more than one father. This train of thought came from my current read,

Who Do You Work For?

I have been reading The Richest Man in Babylon by George Clason as part of a couples’ course that I am going through with a few people. The

Medals of Honour.

I am yet to win an award, at school or work and it irks me. The need to win one has eaten into my self-esteem and driven me into anxiety episodes in

The Lure of What-If

I am a fan of Korean dramas. They are the best; the content is mostly PG, it makes Asian culture especially food look so cool, their scenery makes