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The 4 Ps

  • 12 des plus grandes sources de ma richesse en 2016

    By Danel Homméus on December 30, 2016
    Autrefois, je pensais que si j’avais beaucoup d’argent, je serais riche et vivre dans la joie, mais en mûrissant et en gravissant les échelons de la vie, je fais le triste constat que certaines personnes qui ont connu de grands succès pensent tout bas : l’argent est un simple moyen de change et d’échange et qui peut apporter beaucoup dans [...]
  • 12 best quotes from “The 4 Ps”

    By Danel Homméus on January 21, 2014
    Happy new year of 2014! “Life should be more than survival. The pillars of success… make life richer and more meaningful. In the face of self-doubt, readers will come to realize their full potential by following the marked path provided.”  Have you ever had an experience that changed your life? The kind of experience that doesn’t happen frequently in life, but [...]
  • Finding Success through Passion

    By Danel Homméus on November 3, 2013
    Success, happiness, love: these are abstract concepts, yet everyone seeks their existence in the concrete aspects of their lives. They are illusive and the subject of many a search and many a quest. If they are not found within the human soul, it is a tragedy indeed. No one should go through life without their infusion, without the strength they [...]
  • 7 Great Lessons of Leadership from Nelson Mandela

    By Danel Homméus on September 29, 2013
    Before digging into these seven great lessons, let me share with you a short bio of this great leader: Nelson Mandela was born in Transkei, South Africa on 18 July, 1918. He joined the African National Congress in 1944 and was engaged in resistance after 1948 against the ruling National Party’s apartheid policies before his arrest in August of 1962. [...]
  • Toussaint Louverture: the First Black Man

    By Danel Homméus on September 1, 2013
    Let’s look at the history of a great man of the eighteenth century who made history and was recognized as a genius; people thought of him as the world’s first rank black man. This man was born a black slave who grasped the opportunity to learn to read French as a child. Later on, he would master it, a sign [...]
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