Posted by | 27/08/2021
No Chilli. No Garlic. No Point. | #MyFridayStory No. 203

I’ve grown up around people that taught me how to cook. Two of my great loves are reading and learning. Great instructors throughout my life that taught me to challenge...

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Posted by | 06/08/2021
On Being an Artist – Part 2 | #MyFridayStory No. 200

Can anyone be an artist? The fact is, we’re all artists. We only stop being an artist after being told we can’t do something. The art I speak of is...

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Posted by | 16/07/2021
Culture is the Strategy | #MyFridayStory No. 197

I’m a big supporter of common sense. It’s common sense that gravity exists. It’s common sense the earth is round. It’s common sense that being nice gets better results than...

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Posted by | 25/06/2021
Telling Stories | #MyFridayStory No. 194

I come from a family of storytellers. Most families have a storyteller or two. Folks all gather around to listen and to learn from them. It’s through the art of...

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Posted by | 11/12/2020
Say it Now, it’s Never too Soon | #MyFridayStory No. 166

"To my Kids and Grandkids, I want to appeal to you all, ‘Please make wise decisions in your life.’ Think before you buy something. Do you need it? Is it...

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Posted by | 20/11/2020
Finishing Strong | #MyFridayStory No. 163

My Brother died last Monday morning after a brief ugly fight with Cancer. He was born in 1952. My little sister was born 3 years later but fell ill and...

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Posted by | 06/11/2020
Is it Worth the Trouble? | #MyFridayStory No. 161

You will rarely catch me watching TV, reading fiction, or chewing bubble-gum. They don’t seem worth the trouble. Most things in life that need effort are worth the trouble. I enjoy...

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Posted by | 30/10/2020
Don’t Waste Your Life | #MyFridayStory No. 160

I believe people who do honest hard work to retire at an early age deserve a well-earned rest. At least, that’s what I used to believe. I mean, it is...

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Posted by | 09/10/2020
What I Lost in Pursuit of Happiness – Part 1 | #MyFridayStory No. 157

“Striving to find meaning in one’s life is the primary motivational force in man” (Viktor Frankl 1992) The title could have been, “What I gained in pursuit of happiness” but for me, the essence lies...

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Posted by | 04/09/2020
Mister God, This is Anna | #MyFridayStory No. 152

One of my favourite books I read as a child was by the author Fynn, titled “Mister God, this is Anna.” Fynn, a pseudonym for Sydney George Hopkins, tells the story of his...

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