Life consists of different challenges -- mental, emotional, physical, and lifestyle. Change seems to be the main constant in this world, with the financial problems, Iraq war, and SARS. This site will help you deal with and improve your response to these changes. No one said that life would be easy, but we could help make it better.
We seek contributions from those who have faced these types of challenges and how they have overcome them. We hope that you find some things of interest to you. Please let us know any comments you might have. Thanks for visiting this site, which now is over three years old.
My just published book on business communications is now available
in SE Asian and Hong Kong retail stores and on amazon.com. It will
give you guidelines and help you to become one of the very best in communications,
such as public speaking, writing, doing presentations, and sharpness in thinking.
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Archive - prior year's
For music -
- Trivia- how many of these surprising facts do you know? Tougher than you think.
How many faces do you see in this picture? Click to Enlarge
- Logic Problems - the best logic problems that I have encountered. Makes you look at problems in unconventional ways.
| Emotional Challenges:
Mona Lisa - the most famous smile and beauty in the world of all time: how it relates to seeing the world, beauty, and what makes the smile so enigmatic and alluring.
Search - find the ball test. You might be surprised how this simple task relates to emotional challenges.
Special Images - from the Sept. 11, 2001 incident at the World Trade Center, New York City.
Dance Tennis Piano - An article showing the similarity between tennis, ballroom dance, and playing the piano - how developing one's physical skill in one field can be transferred to an unrelated field.
Wing Chun - An article on this martial art form written by a 20 year old disciple. Skill in Wing Chun builds health, stamina, and most of all, confidence.
The Baseball Series: Our series on how to watch and enjoy a baseball game:
The Sumo Series:
- Sumo - the sport of the big men, a six part series on how to watch and enjoy sumo
| Lifestyle Challenges:
Communications - A series on developing one's communication skills
Good Quotes - makes you think. The quotations here are selected not just for their insight, but also to demonstrate good and precise use of English.
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