Posts Tagged Vision

My Daily Negotiation with Myself

By Eric Chow Every morning l try to be a helpful husband by taking my 4-year-old daughter Eva to school. Otherwise my wife Vanessa would have to take all the kids. This means loading and unloading four little ones into a van, first at home, then at

Bouncy Castles and Church

By Eric Myatt When you hear the word “community”, what comes to mind? I usually picture a community centre with kids running wild in an old gym. I imagine a summer picnic. I’m there with my family. I’m battling the urge to disregard all I know is

Defining Protagonist

It is very difficult to describe or define the word protagonist and all its possibilities, for it encompasses so many emotions, like fear, exhilaration, hope and hopelessness, sadness and joy. There are endless challenges and opportunities that a protagonist can be confronted with. Being a protagonist exposes

Protagonist Perceptions

There is a saying in politics that “perception is everything.” Even if the perception is not based on truth, it will determine how one’s words and actions are received. If you want to influence people to follow you, it would be wise to always be sensitive to