In January I was officially diagnosed with Poly-cystic Ovary Syndrome. For my story it was very clear something was wrong but I always put my health second and decided once I wasn't dying it wasn't important. (I don't advise this way of thinking). Finally in 2018 I decided to put my health first after I… Continue reading 3 Weeks of Bleeding – My PCOS Story
My speech at Westside Toastmasters Club meeting on 7th February 2018. During the week that I was originally supposed to present this speech I had a number of discussions with my friends over the topics of love and our opinions. But I was also reading for a little bit every morning a book called the… Continue reading Silence, Space and Love
Zero to One – Notes on Startups or How to Build the Future was written by Peter Thiel. For those of you who don’t who that is he’s the person who founded PayPal in 1998. Since then it’s been sold to eBay but he’s been involved in many other billion dollar company founding’s since then… Continue reading Monopoly is the Key to Success – Zero to One by Peter Thiel
This post is dedicated to Renee, Ginay & Annie, they're still alive but angels none the less, Thank you. HAPPY NEW YEAR! It's 2018!! Yup, it's 2018 and it appears that my lackadaisical tendencies of writing these blog post infrequently and on no apparent schedule has continued. This was not my intention, I started this… Continue reading A Personal Update – On Setbacks & Redirection | 2018 |
Key Points from the book Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell. Caribbean perspective
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"I wanna be a billionaire so **** bad, buy all of the things I never had, I wanna be on the cover of forbes magazine, smiling next to Oprah and the Queen" As someone who didn't grow up wealthy, I've had a very interesting relationship with money. I know that it doesn't take much to… Continue reading BILLIONS – In a Caribbean Economy?
On Saturday the 21st October 2017 I officially graduated from the University of the West Indies. I say officially because I was finished in my opinion with the UWI from the time I saw "graduated" on my unofficial transcript. That was back in July, since then I've been confused and all over the place with… Continue reading Life is a Marathon – Message to the Graduates
Before I write this blog I will like to take this time as a reminder for everyone to donate and pray for our brothers and sisters across the Caribbean that have been affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. This hurricane season was unprecedented and the future challenges ahead will test the strength of our region. Personally… Continue reading New to Work? – 5 Important Things to Remember
The electricity went off last night, the television, the computer, the fan and the wifi all turned off. As we sat in darkness and quiet with no distractions for the first time I heard waves crash on the beach 150 meters away from us. When the electricity returned we noticed for the first time how… Continue reading The Beauty of Nothing – Why Everyone Should Participate