Monday, April 16, 2012

My Journey with Simon

We finally got to say the last goodbye to our friend Gentille this week-end. It was an emotional week-end but everyone agreed on one thing. She went home in peace. Once again, you will be missed Gentille.

It feels like I am back to normal now. By the way, Toronto people, did you feel the wind today? I wanted to sing “I believe I can fly” because that's how I felt when I was outside.

Just the other day my wife was asking me why sometimes I go to sleep with my earphones plugged in my ears, all night long. Trust me, it's not that I am avoiding hearing me snore. I don't snore (even though my wife tells me the opposite lol). I told her that I constantly need inspiration, even while I am sleeping. I explained to her how the mind works (I am not really an expert in the field, but I have read a bit), how our subconscious mind is still at work even during our sleep. So, why not give it some instructions so that it could work for us...

I am constantly in search of inspiration, and it does not take much for me to get inspired. I think that the person who invented Youtube deserves a Nobel Prize. What a delight! This last week, I spent countless hours watching episodes of The X-Factor TV show. There are numerous inspirational stories (and some are not inspiring at all lol).

After watching a number of clips, I couldn't help but admire, not the singers, but one of the judges. And of course you know which one I am talking about: Simon Cowell. He may be hated by many, especially for his sharp criticisms, but this guy has helped young and old (Suzan Boyle!!) to realize their dreams in a way that they could never imagined by putting them on a global platform.

While searching on the Internet about Simon's life, I found out that success did not come easy for him. He had his struggles before becoming an icon. His dad offered him a job in the music industry, and the rest is history. He worked his way up until he decided to start his own production company.

I think one of the reasons why he succeeded is because he found what he loves to do and did it by helping other people fulfill their dreams. I heard someone say that if you help enough people get what they want, you will get automatically get what you want. Simon is the living example. I would like to meet him someday, but I won't sing in front of him. I don't want to hear him say his famous “I don't want to be rude, but...”

“Do you have a dream? Do you want to succeed in life? Find something you love to do and use your passion to help as many people as you can.” That is what I learned from Simon Cowell.

Talking about helping people, I have a great deal for Torontonians. We have a package at Goal Achievers that will blow your mind. Unfortunately it is only available this week. It includes 8 hours of coaching from...Brian Tracy. Just e-mail me if you want to take advantage of this deal, and we will take it from there.

Who is Brian Tracy? You may ask..Simply click here

Is he The Man, or what!

Lastly, I have great news for my blog fans. It.s a boy....(I know very few of you will understand this

Moral of the story? Do you want to meet Simon Cowell? Just give me a call and I will show you where you can watch him on Youtube.

Always a pleasure

The Journeyman

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