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[1: 1,736 of 10,000] Dedicated to the Airport Audience

In Article on June 28, 2016 at 3:40 AM

Airport Scene

Airport is a very interesting place. It’s a place where truthful and emotional good byes and hellos exist. A good place to get my nails done. To shop without duties happily. Daydream for the upcoming adventure or planning the next one. Can contain various nationalities in one place.

I travel for both business and leisure and as a traveler who doesn’t want to think about work at all times (PAUSE: Something is wrong here, I think of my work too much, am I addicted to my work, that’s a whole entire post but going back to my original track! UNPAUSE) then having a light entertainment in this fairly lots of waiting time whether starting from the airport or during a long flight, is a perfect delight. It is here that I truly appreciate artists such as authors, musicians, and the entire team who made television shows and movies.

It would be amazing that during this down time where there is no where to go but be present for something then artists got the magnificent opportunity to not only provide a fun entertainment but inspiring airport audience. Giving people the seed of AHAs to launch them to their next battle is kind of fantastic.

May I one day be one of those artists and my wish for you too!

[1: 1,398 of 10,000] Simon Sinek’s Start With Why

In Article on February 2, 2015 at 1:30 AM

Start With WhyI totally recognise the power of a great book and Simon Sinek’s “Start With Why” goes to my favourite of all time. I am working to start our own business (with the right alignments of the star this year meaning lots of hard work and perseverance from my end) and his idea is a perfect way to cover the base (very Meghan Trainor kind of base).

The lessons I’ve absorbed with my very own interpretation are the following amazing AHAs:

  • A company’s reason of existing should be greater than its self. I think what it also tries to say is to use my God-given talent and share it to the world. The nicest kind of vision!
  • A company’s reason is the WHY but it still needs help on HOW are you going to do it and WHAT are you going to produce that jives to it. When the WHAT and HOW are in alignment with WHY, then sure success is going to happen as there is true authenticity at work.
  • When the WHY is clear and properly communicated, it will attract and win LOYAL customers internally (employees and shareholders) and externally (end-user). They buy the product/service not just because of the product/service but because they believe the company’s reason of existence or what the company believes.