Entrpreneurship Category

Gratitude Practice Cures Winter Blues

Living in Alaska, winter darkness descends with overwhelming longevity. And when days are marked by more grey clouds and rain than snow, the bleakness is devastating. Yet, I wake up, snuggling under my covers and think, “I’m grateful for this warm bed.” When I get up, I’m grateful to be able to turn on heat […]

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Gratitude – The Ubiquitous Key

Want career success? Practice gratitude. Desire happy relationships? Practice gratitude. Striving for health and fitness? Practice gratitude. Seeking spiritual enlightenment? Practice gratitude. This is my year of gratitude. And as any astute 21st century writer, I turned to Google to get the facts. Gratitude is a virtue, a practice, a reward, a measure of a […]

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Welcome to My New Website

My plan was to launch this change in January but my lack of technical know-how created this early inauguration. For all of you dear readers who have followed Rigzenchomo – you will be redirected to my new site skywalker storyteller works (still a WordPress site). This site is still a work in progress. But, you can see […]

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New Entrepreneurs – Stop Clawing, Become Radiant

http://www.telegraph.co.uk How often do you find yourself feeling like a cat clinging to a brick wall? Even though you dig your claws into the bricks and use every bit of strength to move forward, nothing happens. You are just stuck there clinging for dear life. And all you wanted to do was to climb to […]

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The Prince and the Goddess – Ideas, Innovations, Inspiration

It’s time for the Artist Formerly Known as Prince to move over and bow to a new Prince. I discovered Prince Ea on the Facebook newsfeed of a Buddhist friend when I wished her happy birthday. She had posted a video, What No One Wants to Say About Ferguson. From the title I thought he […]

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Dad’s Legacy – A Defective Gene or A Positive Obsession to Start My Own Business

Yes, the handsome man at the camera is Tommie Walker, my father. My dad was a 20th Century Black Renaissance man. He had a wall full of amateur tennis trophies, was a photographer, TV camera man, electrician, and finally a teacher. But, his unfulfilled dream was to start his own business. He tried a few […]

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