Life is full of hard truths that no amount of motivational rigamarole can change. Whether we’re talking metabolism or life choices, we start out as speedboats and end up as tankers, and as we grow older the wheel simply becomes … Continue reading →
I had a great time keynoting the J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Staff Development Day on Monday. The theme of the day and of my speech is “Change for a Reason, not for a Season.” We had a great time … Continue reading →
I am honored and excited to be the keynote speaker at lunch today for the J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Staff Development Day. The theme of the day and of my speech is “Change for a Reason, not for a … Continue reading →
They say that it only feels like time is going by more quickly, and that we need to relax and learn to live in the present. But how can I live in the present when we’re roaring through it so … Continue reading →
Having achieved 49 years of life on this Earth (yesterday), I am often asked by the town folk to share my wisdom. “Old man!” they clamor. “Old man, tell us what you have learned in your 70 years!” “I’m 49.” … Continue reading →
Last month, after executing the military coup that deposed dictator President Hosni Mubarak, one of the first things that the Egyptian military did was… set up a Facebook page. Check it out at www.facebook.com/ELGayesh.Elmasry.
Read the whole story about revolutions, Twitter and the Egyptian Military’s relationship status in my latest column in the Chesterfield Observer: http://bit.ly/ij4TCK, which went live today..