“ Desiderata” by Max Erhmann, “If” Rudyard Kipling, “The Road Not Taken” Robert Frost.” “Come to the edge” by Christopher Logue. “The Thousandth Man” by Rudyard Kipling,” All the world’s a stage” by William Shakespeare, “The Fisherman” W.B Yeats “ Aedh Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven” W.B Yeats, “The Customer” Frank Halliwell. “For Rita With Love” Pat Ingoldsby.
Famous Speeches John F. Kennedy . The Presidential Inauguration Speech . 1960 “ ask not what your country can do for you--ask what you can do for your country”. John F. Kennedy . The Address to Dail Eireann 1963. “ This is an extraordinary country. George Bernard Shaw, speaking as an Irishman, summed up an approach to life: “Other peoples,” he said, “see things as they are and say: `Why?' ... But I dream things that never were—and I say: `Why not?”‘ Martin Luther King . August 1963. “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.“ Nelson Mandela Nobel Prize acceptance Speech 1993 “Thus shall we live, because we will have created a society which recognises that all people are born equal.” Performance Energy
Energy Wasters Abraham Lincoln kept a written list of his worries as they arose. He then made an appointment with himself for 3pm every Friday when he would spend an hour dealing with the list and then put it away till the following week. Performance Energy
Sit in a comfortable position with one hand on your chest area and the other on your belly
Bring in awareness to your breath, exhaling through your mouth in a long slow breath, allow yourself to make sounds
Feel your lungs contract as you breath in this manner, this allows your next inhalation to be deeper taking in more oxygen to feed your body
If you like you can imagine a balloon in your belly that you want to fill with air, this image can help to increase your oxygen intake also
Bring your awareness back to your hands, the one on your belly, will more then likely, have more movement then before
You can relax your hands now onto your lap and continue with your breathing practice
Allow yourself a few minutes to recover and stand-up slowly.
The key to making a living doing what you were born to do.
“ Whatever you do, do it with more energy and the willingness to discover, develop and give your gifts. Be willing to give more and simply be good at what you do. Build your self confidence. Choose to invest a lot of your time, energy and money in yourself, in your work and your ability to do your work.”
Nick Williams ( Author of The Work We Were Born To Do.)