The balanced use of color, lines and shapes creates the abstract beauty of Omaste Witkowski’s works. Her process begins by wandering through nature, hiking to little seen places and then waiting and watching for the perfect perspective with just right lighting.
Ernie Echols currently reside in the beautiful state of Colorado and draws from the inspiration of the scenery and nature that surrounds him. Ernie is deeply devoted to discovering methods of expressing that inspiration through his artistic talent.
Zeenat Merchant Syal – the positive blogger behind this blog is a counselor by profession. But you won’t notice that reading through her posts because she’s not making you bored by using complicated psychological terms in her writings. Instead, her posts are all very friendly and encouraging – taking you by the hand and showing very simple, day-to-day things you can do to make your life more positive and productive.
This is just a very brief idea of what Brian’s blog is all about. All in all I’d say that Brian’s positive energy projects through his blog and his posts make you feel positive and happy instantly & also motivates you to be your best!
Since Heather’s book was one that I had not previously heard of, I went out to Amazon and previewed it. After reading the reviews and the sample, I purchased the book. I have to admit, I cannot wait for a little downtime when I can curl up in a corner and finish this great read.
Rea Nolan Martin has created characters so real the reader will want to hug them. You will laugh, giggle and have lots of fun as these women, all different, converge at a run down monastery in upstate New York. The writing is beautiful, adding richness and color to each scene – each character.
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There is an old saying that goes “Expectations are premeditated Resentments.”
I notice when reading reviews that some complaints really fall into that category, of someone’s expectations being thwarted, and the anger that this produces.
Rave Review Book Club (@RRBC) ran a contest “A Day in the Life of a Writer” and Heather Letto, @hletto2, was the second place winner. You can see the first place winner here. Since Heather’s book was one that I had not previously heard of, I went out to Amazon …
This will be the last post about the July contest. I just wanted to recognize the five images that placed fourth in the contest. Again, to refresh your memory, the contest posed the question “What is your vision of our world today?”
All of a sudden the responsibility level has raised the bar – 100%. I am no longer responsible for just myself. It is now my responsibility to ensure that my team members have the environment and tools necessary for success.
Mike Lehr’s blog has grabbed my attention from the first time I discovered it due to our Twitter connection. His articles on leadership and problem-solving have enriched my understanding of those aspects of business and led me to further research (see The Evolution of Leadership – An Etymological Study). Mike’s …
Fine Art America chose one piece, “Love” by Nicki Pi as the third place winner. However, when I looked at the vote count another piece had received the same number of votes as “Love” and so I thought it only fair to include “Trust in the Lord” by Jill Lang …
An intensive research project on the origins of the word “leadership”. What does it’s evolution tell us about our culture?
There are so many ‘Social Media Gurus’ out in Twitterland and on Facebook that it is very difficult to choose just whose advice you are going to listen to. For me, I have decided that if something sound plausible then I will try it – it might work and then …
The runner up for the July Today’s Visions FAA contest was Pile Of Scrap Cars On A Wrecking Yard by Matthias Hauser. The Today’s Visions July contest was one simple prompt … What is your vision of our world today? I then asked the voters to vote on which image …
What if we had the opportunity to do-over? Would we make different decisions that would change the course of our lives?