How To Be Successful in Work and in Life (from ‘Handbook to Survive Life’)

How To Be Successful in Work and in Life (from ‘Handbook to Survive Life’)

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“Our Greatest Good is perhaps not to achieve wealth and share our material possessions, our money and ‘riches’ with others, but through encouragement and faith in other people, to lay the firm foundation of revealing the rich treasure that lies within themselves. Perhaps that is true success in life.”

“Our Greatest Good is perhaps not to achieve wealth and share our material possessions, our money and ‘riches’ with others, but through encouragement and faith in other people, to lay the firm foundation of revealing the rich treasure that lies within themselves. Perhaps that is true success in life.”

“Our Greatest Good is perhaps not to achieve wealth and share our material possessions, our money and ‘riches’ with others, but through encouragement and faith in other people, to lay the firm foundation of revealing the rich treasure that lies within themselves. Perhaps that is true success in life.”

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“Our Greatest Good is perhaps not to achieve wealth and share our material possessions, our money and ‘riches’ with others, but through encouragement and faith in other people, to lay the firm foundation of revealing the rich treasure that lies within themselves. Perhaps that is true success in life.”
– craig

“It’s never too late to start making even your wildest dreams come true.”

“It’s never too late to start making even your wildest dreams come true.”

Racing (and Writing) in the Zone

http://www.raceinthezone.wordpress.com

“I want to write the way Gilles Villeneuve drove and power-slid his blood-red Formula One Ferrari… with wild enthusiasm and a sense of ‘real’ abandonment, combined with the artists craft of a Stirling Moss, a Jim Clark, and especially that of the great Ayrton Senna, living on the razor-blade edge of life.”
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“All the world will be happier and better, when the men and women have the souls of artists,, like that of an Ayrton Senna.
– craig (as inspired by Rodin’s famous words)
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* “I want to write the way Australian Super-car driver, Craig Lowndes drives and power-slides his powerful V8 Holden Super-car… with wild enthusiasm and a sense of abandonment, yet combined with the artists craft and smooth style of a Jamie Whincup (craig’s team-mate), a Stirling Moss, a Jim Clark, and especially that of the great Ayrton Senna, living on the razor-blade edge of life.”

(thanks Craig and Jamie, for the great pleasure you give me watching “you guys” race here “across the ditch” on TV)

for dearest mom and dad, your spirits lives on (forever)
thanks for all the support, encouragement and especially love

“Each one of us can enrich the spiritual experience of others. Because humanity has a common soul, each one of us can reach into ourselves and provide similar inspirational energy for those around us. And doing this will produce positive change… in some small way to help make a better world.”

“Each one of us can enrich the spiritual experience of others. Because humanity has a common soul, each one of us can reach into ourselves and provide similar inspirational energy for those around us. And doing this will produce positive change… in some small way to help make a better world.”

“Life does have meaning. We just need to trust the journey… through finding our own inspiration that resides within each person, each soul. Then this individual spirit will ripple, radiating out to others… and so enhance the common good of all human beings on earth. ”

– craig as inspired by the words of Pat Lynch (Chief executive of the New Zealand Catholic Education Office)

“Together, one mind, one soul at a time, let’s see how many people we can impact, empower, encourage and perhaps even inspire to reach their fullest potentials. Change YOUR world and you help change THE world.”

from http://www.peacepursuit.wordpress.com and http://breakdownwalls.wordpress.com/

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“I still believe in setting goals (small and large stepping-stones to mark and guage your chosen path), but believe more importantly in going after your wildest dreams with all you‘ve got.”

rainbow (from photobuck)

“I still believe in setting goals (small and large stepping-stones to mark and guage your chosen path), but believe more importantly in going after your wildest dreams with all you‘ve got.”

– craig

from www.http://grandprixdrivermyblog.wordpress.com/category/goal-setting/ and

http://www.grandprixchampion.wordpress.com

“For faith, hop…

“For faith, hope and love make all dreams come true.”

 

1the-light-of-the-universe (from vineandbranchworldministries.com)

“For faith, hope and love make all dreams come true.”

Craig’s Books

Craig’s Books

The various books that Craig “felt inspired to write” are available at http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=la_B005GGMAW4_sr?rh=i%3Abooks&field-author=Craig+Lock

http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B005GGMAW4  and

Paperbacks and e-books: Fiction and nonfiction: self help, novels on South Africa, travel, humour, writing, inspiration, spirit, the spiritual journey, sport, motor racing, Formula 1 and money management  (how boring now, craig)

All proceeds go to needy and underprivileged children – mine!

Don’t worry about the world ending today…

it’s already tomorrow in “little scenic and tranquil” New Zealand

” I truly believe we can ALL create and enthuse magic into ‘so-called humdrum little lives’. You don’t just have to be the choreographer, or the conductor of your life script – rather paint your life as the masterpiece it could (one day) be. There is a rich tapestry of talent in every human soul, that flows through the spirit of God. So don’t spend your days stringing and tuning your instrument; start making and playing your unique tunes of music right now.”

 

” I truly believe we can ALL create and enthuse magic into ‘so-called humdrum little lives’. You don’t just have to be the choreographer, or the conductor of your life script – rather paint your life as the masterpiece it could (one day) be. There is a rich tapestry of talent in every human soul, that flows through the spirit of God. So don’t spend your days stringing and tuning your instrument; start making and playing your unique tunes of music right now.”

– craig

from www.craigsquotes.wordpress.com

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