Gratitude and Ego


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Personal growth goes a very long way.
A lot of people get stuck behind their ego, never move on in life, “hate” situations and never forgive and forget. They keep carrying grudges, filter the world around them through a warped lens, and live in a very definite space that makes them unhappy whether they realize it or not.
In the business and career world, personal has absolutely nothing to do with professional. Good manners, positive attitude, leaving ego aside, does not even come to the picture for those people.

Imagine landing the job of your dreams, and still feeling miserable because the whole world is against you, or so you think. This affects your performance, your communication with colleagues, bosses, team members and believe it or not your own family.
It is really so simple to live and let live, to let go. The past can only serve as lessons learned. If we use the past to dictate our attitude toward life and people around us, all we can do eventually is lose everything.

Our journey on this planet is minuscule. Before we know it, life passes and we are stuck in our 60’s, 70’s and live in regret.

I will ask one question that I kept asking in the seminars I used to teach: Someone calls you stupid. You hear the sound that these words make. Do you let it get in? Does this define who you know you are?

Your “person” your “ego” do not belong in any equation. Neither in your professional, nor in your private life.

Every human being is different, makes mistakes, learns, and moves on. By getting glued on what ifs, on past situations that can no longer be changed, on grudges, you only hurt yourself and take others down with you.

Conclusion: Live every moment in harmony, see others for who they are, never judge, never assume and never be passive aggressive. Neither your career nor your life can become better.

Last question: Which is better? Living a miserable lonely life, or being part of this huge community that is called life, enjoy all the curves and ups and downs, and keep going. Fall in bed every night knowing that you have given the world and those around you the very darn best that you can EVERY SINGLE DAY!

This will only give you back loyal friends, colleagues, a happy family and great success at everything that you do.





WE ARE CONSTANTLY BEING SPAT ON! ‘FTISEEEEEEE!!’ (Spit!) You hear it constantly! Spitting for the Greek culture is a way of detracting any form of evil presence, taking the jinx off something and b…



Boosting your Business


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I have met lately a lot of people really confused by all the Social Media hype, the marketing webinars, and are at a total loss.
I am not talking about the young person who wants to start a career as a blogger and tries to monetize a blog and swims in the depths of webinars.
I am talking about Business owners that are not in the tech industry.
Chiropractors, businesses that offer services, shops that need more clients, whether they are spas, beauty salons, etc.

There is a pretty simple formula that can help your business. All you need is to learn the basic ropes, and then follow up. Don’t be afraid of the big bad web. If you learn how this all works in a few easy steps, you will see results.

Contact me and I will create a complete package for your business, show you how it all works and what it all means.

We all need our business to succeed, we all need to receive the best for what we offer.

I am waiting for your email, call, Facebook message. Whatever works for you.

I am here to help untangle the mental blocks, and take the fear away of the unknown.


The decoder — For Greeks Worldwide

The names in the Boyarns, Lagarde lists etc., look like pieces of a puzzle. The available data does not answer all questions for the welder of this mosaic puzzle. It is like the creator of this enigma constructed a maze of parallel accounts and a code to make its solution impossible. Faltsiani seems to be able to play the role…

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Serafim P. Kotrotsos: Dangerous games with in-security .. — For Greeks Worldwide

One can disagree with periods of Jean-Claude Juncker’s political path, however his European sense is hardly debatable, as well as his ability to recognize and identify the risks for the European project. When, after the new terrorist attack in Brussels, others were quick to declare that “Europe is at war” and others self-vindicated the policy…

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Shackled skeletons at ancient Greek cemetery puzzle archaeologists — For Greeks Worldwide

An ancient cemetery south of Athens containing more than 1,500 skeletons may provide important clues for life in the ancient city, says a report in Forbes. The mass burial site in Faliro, a port of Athens in classical times, includes people who were tossed face-down into a pit, their hands shackled behind their backs. Kristina…

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Greek Businesses Among Europe’s Best — For Greeks Worldwide

SOURCE: GREEKNEWSAGENDA Four Greek companies were selected last month among the top 110 European companies distinguished on February 7th as the finalists and “Ruban d ‘Honneur” 2015/2016 recipients of the prestigious European Business Awards (EBAs). The businesses advanced to the next and final phase of the competition, which will announce the winners in each of the 11 categories at …

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#NiaVardalos: Greece will rise up from economic crisis — For Greeks Worldwide

Greek-American actress/screenwriter #Nia Vardalos is optimistic about Greece rising up from its ashes and says the next “Big Fat Greek Wedding” will be shot in Greece With the release of the sequel to “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” next week in Europe, the pressure is already on for a third film – “And I’m like,…

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The Gods of Olympus travel to New York — For Greeks Worldwide

Starting March 24, the Onassis Cultural Center NY will present the exhibition “Gods and Mortals at Olympus: Ancient Dion, City of Zeus”. Starting March 24, the Onassis Cultural Center NY will present the exhibition “Gods and Mortals at Olympus: , City of Zeus”, exploring the relationship between daily life in a city built on the slopes…

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ANNA VISSI – Interview

Anna Vissi, was very kind to grant us an exclusive interview.

Thank you Anna!

Q: Was there a specific moment that inspired you to get involved in music?
ANNA: I guess that would be the minute I faced the first light and heard the voice of my mother giving birth to me.

Q: Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
ANNA: I really don’t bother thinking about that. I only believe in what I feel at the present time. I care about doing the things I want and love, especially in the music world and somehow, I guess, this will lead to “that” future, which I now prefer to remain unknown.
Q: What should every person try at least once in their life?
ANNA: 20 years ago I would say try marriage once… 20 years after that, I say try divorce once! Hahaha

Q: What brings you the greatest joy?
ANNA: Singing under the ideal circumstances…An Example: When my grandson opens his eyes in the morning and I happen to be there singing a song.

Q: What is the best advice you’ve been given?
ANNA: That there’s no advice useful enough, rather than your own experiences and what you’ve learned from that. We need to try things first and then decide what’s best for us.

Q: What is on your bucket list?
ANNA: Travels…long ones. I want to see and feel more of this world before I depart forever.

Q: Who are your heroes?
ANNA: Some really old fellows who are still around and keep fighting to live within their spirit and hope. They are smiling and every word that comes from their mouths is the right thing to say, if you know what I mean.

Q: What is your greatest indulgence?

Q: What quote do you live by?
ANNA: Quotes are fun but unrealistic in my opinion. Every day and everything you live and experience, can render a yesterday’s quote obsolete. Generally, I don’t like to get trapped into one-way paths. I am just “open” to life I guess.

Q: Best gift you’ve ever received?
ANNA: Two grandsons so far, after nature gave me my daughter!

Q: Name one thing people would be surprised to know about you?
ANNA: Maybe that I am a good tennis player? I don’t know 🙂

Q: One thing you wish you knew when you were younger?
ANNA: Even though I wouldn’t be whole if I changed anything, it’s better the way it is.

Q: One sentence that describes Greece for you.
ANNA: A yet to be discovered blue paradise!