Happy Independence Day Jamaica! Likkle But We Tallawah is the expression of the Jamaican spirit. We are not defined by our size or confined to the expectations of a small island nation. We are bold, fearless, resilient, strong, passionate people. We have an indomitable spirit. We are everywhere and we know how to shine. I… Continue reading Likkle But We Tallawah
There will always be times when it's hard to remember your strengths. Be kind to yourself, kindness nurtures and gives hopes to your dreams. Encourage yourself, don't take for granted the qualities that make you unique. Focus yourself, it is with discipline and motivation that you will move toward your goals. - Dhani Arias
Patience In The Pursuit Of Your Dreams
When you have a dream that you can't let go of, trust your instincts and pursue it. But remember: Real dreams take work, they take patience and sometimes they require you to dig down very deep. Be sure you're willing to do that. - Harvey Mackay
Why Worry When You Can Problem Solve
Worrying is unhelpful and a wasted effort. The energy, effort and attention we pay to an issue that may or may not come to pass is truly wasted and is a sure way we rob ourselves of that precious peace of mind. It might not always be easy; but try to remember there is a solution to every problem you just have to find it.
We Run Tings – Tings Nuh Run We
When you change the way you look at things; the things you look at change. Now more than ever this is so true. So what will you decide? Will you choose to respond or react? We will be loud and proud in your declaration "we run tings tings nuh run we"!
Mind Your Business
Don't watch the noise in the market; watch the sale. Don't watch the noise in the market watch the sale! If you have ever been to a farmers' market or a Caribbean market on a good day; it can be quite noisy. You will hear vendors shouting slogans and call to actions about their produce.… Continue reading Mind Your Business
Underdog or Junkyard Dog – The 3 Things I Learnt from the Toronto Raptors
Fall down seven times get back up eight; this Japanese proverb highlights the true nature of resilience! The willingness to get up each time you are knocked down, the fighting spirit that says - you won’t beat me