Posts Tagged ‘passion’

Following Your Passions

Posted: 16th July 2010 by Glenda (and Jack) in motivation
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  When you are passionate about something, what do you do about it? Do you wait until it’s totally convenient, or do you carve out niches of time no matter what it takes? When thoughts of your desired activity swirl in your mind and keep your brain engaged 24/7 (and it will not harm or be destructive to anything […]

  Art Linkletter was a person who identified his talent and used it. I’m thankful that I got to witness this first hand. He was true to his calling throughout his whole life. In the first years of his career, he couldn’t identify anything in particular that he was good at. He assumed he was […]

  “Find what you love to do and then do it.”  That’s what Art Linkletter told our audience at Anaheim, CA in October, 2006:”find what you love to do and then do it.” When I was growing up, still in public school, I watched Mr. Linkletter on TV interviewing panels of children. He always got them to say the […]

Cirque du Soleil’s Mystère

Posted: 15th April 2010 by Glenda (and Jack) in motivation
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    “Cirque du Soleil began with a very simple dream. A group of young entertainers got together to amuse audiences, see the world, and have fun doing it.” —Guy Laliberté              I’m completely enamored when I see talent, creativity, ingenuity, and perseverance all rolled into one art form. From the first moment I saw Mystère […]