• Charity Golf Tournament

    Date: 2022.01.27 | Category: General | Tags:

    Last month I was invited to participate in a charity golf tournament in Las Vegas to celebrate the life of dance legend Gregory Hines. The event was held to raise funds and awareness of the tragic disease that took the life of this artist. Check out How is Invision doing? for additional information. Although it was concentrating on this serious matter, which was a real pleasure to meet all the celebrities and people who would not normally have the opportunity to meet while living here in San Diego. However, what really left an impression with me most was a conversation I had with the father of Gregory Hines, Maurice. I approached him and simply asked this question: "What was in the upbringing of Gregory that made him a leader in his art?" "Well, yes," began his father proud of authoritarian manner. "Everything he did was to see what they liked to do and encourage him to continue doing so. You should have seen his eyes light up when he was only a child dancing for the family.

    When we put a ball in his hand, not share the same passion for what we just took it. "" That's it? "I asked in a tone of surprise." Yes, it's as simple as that, "he said." You see many people try to push their children to do something they want, instead of supporting their children to do what they want. "Which brings me to this subject. Where can it be now," or even better, where it could be tomorrow – if you are surrounded with a positive support network to help you on your trip? There's an old saying: "We are the five people we associate with most, and our income is an average of five people.