Unedited Photos I Took For You: My Uncle Isagani’s Cats, Dog, and Butterflies and Dragonfly In His Countryside Garden

Unedited Photos I Took For You: My Uncle’s Cats, Dog, and Butterflies and Dragonfly In His Countryside Garden

I’m Listening to The Beatles Penny Lane song for so many times while doing this cool eustress work and it’s really rockin’ me, making me upbeat, productive, and is making me alive and kicking 🙂

I highly suggest that you listen to The Beatles Penny Lane song for so many times. You can do it through youtube.com because I’m using youtube.com as one of my very effective productivity tool.

They are all often with me when I’m thinking, reading, and writing in this countryside:

 

 

close up red dragonfly

house writing

big grasshopper

grasshopper book

grasshopper dictionary

grasshopper

two dragonfly

grasshopper tony

butterfly small

dog

dog 2

cat

cat 7

cat 6

cat 5

cat 4

cat 3

butterfly 3

butterfly spider

cat 2

butterfly 2

butterfly

reading writing

writing

 

 

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International Cool Eustress Day (June 4, 2017)

I’m having a blast, flashing a fluorescent smile :-), and experiencing cool sensible fun in many towns of a province here in the Philippines. I just finished my many hours of cooleustress-obstacle-stamina-endurance training/course in the middle of an intense rain. I just finished breathing-exercises, walking, jogging, running, hiking, and biking for many hours in the middle of an intense rain. Way too cool, cool eustress. The natural splendor, the wonders of nature, are surrounding me and supporting me to be my very best.

I am all fresh and organic 🙂 hahaha. Literally, all the TRUE FOOD I’m eating here is TRULY ORGANIC and FRESH; the handpicked by me of fruits from their trees; mangoes, bananas, hearts of banana trees, jackfruits, guyabano; and vegetables like moringa/malunggay, alugbati; organic/free-range chicken, eggs, wild honey we harvested, et cetera.

Always remember the primary asset of your life is NOT MONEY, your most valuable commodity is YOUR TIME.

I am highly productive here, all the books I’m reading, the thousands of words I’m writing, et cetera.

Thank You. Thank You

 

To be continued…..

 

 

“Beauty inside-out is the real deal of a Cool Eustress life by working well to be natural and simple.” ——–Byron M. Vidal

“Beauty inside-out is the real deal of a Cool Eustress life by working well to be natural and simple.” ——–Byron M. Vidal

“Beauty inside-out is the real deal of a Cool Eustress life by working well to be natural and simple.” ——–Byron M. Vidal

Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock (COLOR and ORIGINAL TRUE STEREO) – Jailhouse Rock Movie

Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock (COLOR and ORIGINAL TRUE STEREO) – Jailhouse Rock Movie

At last after many years, I listened and watched again many times at youtube.com Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock (COLOR and ORIGINAL TRUE STEREO) – Jailhouse Rock Movie

Prior to listening and watching again after many years Elvis Presley this time, I was watching and listening to Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, and The Weeknd.

Honestly, I’m habitually dancing when I’m typing/writing because youtube.com is giving me so many options when it comes to music. Music keeps me going .

Elvis Presley’s Jailhouse Rock is making me smile. He’s a Cool Eustress.

The more than a hundred kilometer of travel today and tonight and all the organic Superfood I ate today and tonight is nearly making me Superhuman although I only have three hours of sleep. I went for the first time on today’s morning in one of the organic farms of Dr. Domingo Angeles. It’s a cool eustress farm, tens of thousands of Miracle Fruits/Berries surrounded me 🙂

Do you know what a Miracle Fruit/Berry is?

Takeaways from Jason Dorsey’s Redefining Rich-Maverick Minute that’s Part of My Very Important Perspective in Life Before I Read it Today: My Shared Consciousness for a Long Period of Time

Takeaways from Jason Dorsey’s Redefining Rich-Maverick Minute that’s Part of My Very Important Perspective in Life Before I Read it Today: My Shared Consciousness for a Long Period of Time

by Byron M. Vidal

Jason Dorsey’s friend had taken his company public. He was worth a fortune (think: winning the lottery every week for a year).

From Jason Dorsey’s friend, “I don’t judge my success based on our stock price or how much money in the bank—-or even what I leave to my kids. I judge my success based on how many of my employees leave our company to start their own business.”

From Jason Dorsey himself:

I found this shocking, not only because if I were in his shoes I’d at least get one fancy car, but also because his company is consistently rated a Best Place to Work in the entire state of Texas—-and that’s a big state. Yet here he is saying that success to him was all about empowering his own employees to leave his company and start their own entrepreneurial journey.

The more I thought about my own definition of success—-which over time has changed from a fast car to quality time at the park with my 3-year-old daughter—-the more I realize success is never achieved. It’s a journey of personal growth.

When we help others achieve their goals, like starting a company or a nonprofit, we give our employees the opportunity to re-create the same scenario with their own employees. The cycle continues, and generations benefit from it.

Encouraging employees to leave their jobs to start their own businesses flies in the face of an all-important employee metric: retention. But as my friend shared with me, the more he helps his employees develop the skill set and mindset needed to start their own businesses, the more talented employees he attracts to his own company.

Still from Jason Dorsey:

Success is not buying a sports car, taking your company public for $500 million or retiring early, but rather helping others to pave their own paths so they can impact the world in their own positive ways. Wealth is what we give to others to pass on through their own actions, lives and journeys.

And that is why I keep that old Corvette poster from eighth grade in my garage—-to remind me that how we define success changes as we do. (And maybe, just maybe, my daughter will want that poster someday. That, or she’ll think it’s cool I have a picture of an antique hanging on the wall!)