How to Choose the Career or Education Path that is Right for YOU

October 25th, 2016
FREE Introductory Seminar from
Internationally Acclaimed Foundations of Brilliance
How to Choose the Career or Education Path that is Right for YOU.
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Where: Way to Happiness Building  201 East Broadway  Glendale, CA 91205
When: Wednesday, November 9th from 6:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Contact: Bernard Percy  
bcpercy3@gmail.com  323-804-5113


NEW Book Cover Survey

July 13th, 2016

We are finalizing our book and would greatly appreciate your input.

Here are the three book covers we are considering.

Book 16
Book Your Right Career v3
Book 52

Which one interests you the most (16, 42 or 52)?

What is this book about?

Who is this book for?

Do you know someone that would be interested in reading this book?

You can complete this online survey or email me directly.

 


Integrity and Enthusiastic Anatagonism

July 3rd, 2016

Career Choices | INTEGRITY & ENTHUSIASTIC ANTAGONISM

“I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence.”― Frederick Douglass

Integrity

  1. adherence to moral and ethical principles; soundness of moral character; honesty.
  2. the state of being whole, entire, or undiminished:

I was born and raised in BROOKLYN, NY and I am proud of it! A reputation that seems to follow New Yorkers, especially Brooklyn, New Yorkers, is that we can be gruff and abrupt and somewhat antagonistic. When I was in Australia a friend said, “You know why New Yorkers and Aussies get along so well, it’s because we are both in enthusiastic antagonism.”


Career Choices | MAGIC MOMENTS IN LIFE

July 3rd, 2016
Here is how I am defining a moment of magic:
“A moment when you realized with certainty your life was going to majorly change for the better, and it did. 
As I was thinking about this article I started to review my life, and think about what were those truly magic moments in my life. I am VERY HAPPY to say I found so many it was hard to select a few to present in this article.

Here is a partial list of my magic moments, what are yours?

  • The very first kiss with my wife Caralyn in June of 1972. We were teachers and our rooms were across the hall from each other. Over the school year from 1971 to 1972 we started our friendship that kept blossoming into something more. Then on the last day of the school year we finally kissed and I so vividly remember how impacting that was. I KNEW we were going to be together for a lifetime, if not longer. WOW!  MAGIC!Bernard and Caralyn Percy

I Am Really Angry

June 23rd, 2016

I Am Really Angry

“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” — Dr. Seuss

Their are three errers in this paragraph. Study it carefully and see if you can find all of them. (See the end of the article for my reason giving you this problem. Let me know if you find the errors.)

I am really angry, not a usual thing for me to communicate. A very close friend called me today, she has a novel she is writing and is so passionate about this book – it is the book she has been wanting to write for a “million years”. And she made a big mistake.


Pushed Against a Tree – A REMARKABLE Story

July 8th, 2015

“Recognize the remarkable individuals in your life who help you envision a world far beyond yourself.” ― Bill Courtney

Bernard Teacher 1972The photo is of me with some of my students in 1972 – yes that is really me. Over the years I have met many remarkable individuals, Willie was one of the most remarkable.

Remarkable: notably or conspicuously unusual; extraordinary; worthy of notice or attention.


He Truly Believed in Me!

June 29th, 2015

He Truly Believed in Me!

I recently received two emails, one was in tribute to father’s on father’s day with a message that strongly resonated with me., the other with a truly inspiring and joyful photo of the sons of two very dear friends in Budapest, Hungary.

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Growing and being in an environment where others believe in you, is the foundation of you believing in yourself, no matter what age or background.

I love, love, love this photo of Akos who is four months old, and his brother David. They know, even at four months of age, that their parents BELIEVE IN THEM, and the photo is a reflection of that belief.


24 Qualities That Geniuses Have in Common

January 3rd, 2015

“These are traits that anyone can develop. It makes no difference how old you are, how much education you have, or what you have accomplished to date. Adopting these personality characteristics enables you to operate on a genius level.”

1. DRIVE. Geniuses have a strong desire to work hard and long. They’re willing to give all they’ve got to a project. Develop your drive by focusing on your future success, and keep going.

2. COURAGE. It takes courage to do things others consider impossible. Stop worrying about what people will think if you’re different.


The ART of Building Things

September 10th, 2014

“When I say artist I mean the one who is building things … some with a brush – some with a shovel – some choose a pen.” – Jackson Pollock

To me, a true artist is someone who is devoted to building things, creating an impact on this world, having the competence and certainty of the tools, skills and knowledge needed to be successful. They have the imagination and intention to use what they know and can do, innovatively and creatively. You are an artist as a parent, a husband or wife, a business person, an athlete, i.e., in any area of life you choose to create.


What is the Right Career for you?

June 23rd, 2014
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