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  1. ProducerBrigitte van Rossum
    Enjoy now, tomorrow isn't there (yet)
    Enjoy now, tomorrow isn't there (yet)It's Sunday morning as I get the idea to write this down. Drinking tea, watching people walking their dog in the park, just taking time to reflect on the things I see happening around me.I notice people doing a lot of things: looking forward to...


    Brigitte van Rossum
    26/06/2016 #2 Brigitte van Rossum
    #1 thank you Vincent Andrew for your kind response - what you say is so true in my opinion - time is indeed the most precious gift you can give. You only live in this particular moment once, and it will not come back.
    Vincent Andrew
    26/06/2016 #1 Vincent Andrew
    Good post @Brigitte van Rossum. I forget sometimes to think about the people around me. They are present with me and there is no better gift than to share the present with them. In the past few days I have had instances where I lived in the present - with work of course - but also with people, having real conversations. Conversations from the heart, making real connections and life as a result becomes more meaningful. Why are we so preoccupied with the past or the future such that it makes it difficult to live in the present? I don't have the answers. Maybe other bees can help.
  2. Cory Galbraith

    Cory Galbraith

    Cory Galbraith
    Carnegie: 8 Ways to Lead a Happy, Worry-Free Life
    corygalbraith.com He believed it wasn’t technical knowledge that made people succeed in business. But rather, their people skills. Dale Carnegie, author of the classic best-seller “How to Win Friends and Influence...


    Cory Galbraith
    21/03/2016 #1 Cory Galbraith
    Javier, thanks for finding the correct hive for this post! Much appreciated.
  3. Juan Imaz

    Juan Imaz

    Experiencing Momemtum, one of the best things of life Juan Imaz