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March 2009 Blog Posts (9)

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Added by Gonda Watson on March 27, 2009 at 2:56 — No Comments

The personalization of personal development


As we all know the world of Personal Development is worth Billions. With every kind of course out there ranging from being better parents to being able to read someone’s mind miles away. Occasionally a course comes along that forces you to sit up and listen. Sophia Bailey's Words of Wisdom WOW The Seminar is one such event. What separates this WOW The Seminar from a myriad of others is that this… Continue

Added by Sophia Bailey on March 26, 2009 at 16:03 — No Comments

Book Release & Pre-Order Notice

Hi M8's,

My Book Released Date is 6th April 09,It will be released in the UK.Europe & US...U Can Pre-Order Your Copy@ and be the first to experience the spoken word in a dynamic and profound way.

For My South African fans please email me you info and contact details to:!

If you can order online please do and I will keep you all posted as to when it will be… Continue

Added by De Poet Daniel "Dante" Bello! on March 19, 2009 at 3:21 — No Comments

My Book Webpage ...

Introducing Daniel (Dante)

Colours of My Life contains poems that’s depicts my life’s journey on earth. My experiences with life, love and pains, circumstantial challenges, obstacles, defeats, and triumphs, are all the elements that paint different colours in my life to make the beautiful soul that I am becoming. It’s my desire that as you read these poems you will find connections and life within the words and they will come alive in your hearts and lights up your life, giving you hope,… Continue

Added by De Poet Daniel "Dante" Bello! on March 16, 2009 at 22:55 — No Comments

What good is knowledge if it is not shared...

On the 31st March a vision of mine will hopefully become a reality. I developed an initiative which aims to provide final year students and post graduate students at my university (Brunel) with the opportunity to increase their employability amidst turbulent times within our economy.

The initiative i developed is called project B.E.S.T (Brunel Enterprising Students Talent). My vision was taken to my faculty and has now been embraced by the heads of the university and is likely… Continue

Added by Arnold Sarfo-Kantanka on March 16, 2009 at 8:30 — No Comments

What is an achievement?

I've been asked this question quite a lot recently. Maybe people are wondering whether they're actually worthy of a nomination. What have they achieved really?

Well, as far as I'm concerned, an achievement is extremely personal to us as individuals. An achievement cannot be determined by someone elses success, nor should it be set by someone elses benchmark.

The dictionary definition of an achievement is:-

'The act of accomplishing or finishing.

Something… Continue

Added by Kay - Black Youth Achievements on March 12, 2009 at 21:19 — 1 Comment



How are you feeling this week? I mean that, feel free to reply and share with me.

I trust February was a month of increase in your life. (increased learning, or pleasure)

Whether your experiences brought you pain or pleasure, don’t forget that the outcome is based on whatever you believe. Like I said last month (and thank you for the responses) when we get disappointed it is usually because something didn’t go as we had expected it to… Continue

Added by Sophia Bailey on March 5, 2009 at 19:00 — No Comments

International Youth Peace Tourism Ambassadors Award

The International Youth Peace Tourism Ambassadors (IYPTA), an initiative of International Youth Peace Tourism & Development Initiative (IYPTDI) was founded with a global mindset to raise action-oriented, dynamic young men and women from all the nations of the world to lead in the change process of making a difference in our world. Embodying the universal and shared principles of first being, as to create substantial change that will usher in a new global era of young people leading in local… Continue

Added by Akeju Olukemi Abimbola on March 5, 2009 at 15:38 — No Comments


A recent article in The Sunday Mail’s You Magazine reported on the remarkable recovery of nurse Jane Flowers from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). Ms Flowers, 50 had “not been able to go downstairs for the past year. Crossing the landing to the bathroom left her on the point of collapse and taking a shower was out of the question.”(1) She had suffered with ME since January 2006 and her recovery was nothing short of a miracle.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) or ME is not an easy to… Continue

Added by Sharon Simpson on March 1, 2009 at 18:21 — No Comments

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