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If I was Cat, I would happily meow Happy Birthday, and spin in your lap comfortable dreaming away. But amidst difficult times, tough situations and harsh circumstances, you are the living example that we can sail through any storm of life. Happy birthday sweetheart. I hope I can make it truly a happy day, week, month and years to come. If I was a teddy bear, I would give unconditional love hugs and millions of kisses. But even being human I feel I want to do everything to give you, with every breath the love you earn as the most precious human being on this earth. So special, so natural, so lovely and without doubt your hands as they are touching things to change in magic.

I am deep in your debt and can’t express enough gratitude for al you do and all the love you fulfill selflessly every day in our house, our live without hesitation to show your true love to reach our destination.

Happy Birthday, Sweetheart.

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November is the month of Thanksgiving and the day itself comes around. As an entrepreneur and as a human being it is my favorite holiday of the year–by far. It is, of course, a refreshing pause from daily business tsuris, as well as the only holiday devoted to pure gratitude for… everything — all our abundance and our very existence.

But it is also a reminder that thankfulness is a key to business health. I’ve always believed it is the simple things that make for success in business. Not the brilliant, not the celebrated, not the strategically complex. One of those simple things is the act of saying “Thank you”. I always take time to say it, to mean it, to write it, to email it, even to tweet it. As I would like to put it “Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.”

I genuinely am grateful, for all those who are supportive of making every step coming closer to success, particularly to those smart hard-working team members who make the difference, for their care in making my time efficient and specific. No matter how busy my day, how far or close I maybe be, I like to express my gratitude for their effort.

. It doesn’t just acknowledge someone’s effort, kindness, intent, or action. It recognizes the person himself. It’s even more important than acknowledging the principal person you are doing business with because it sets a tone for discussion.

I am thankful for the opportunity to thank you all my dearest love my children, my family, my friends, my team and all others close and far away. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Because the purpose in your heart is to do what is most beneficial for the people around you, it’s easy to make choices. the right decision will be obvious, and the right action effortless.

MF

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Today is International Women’s Day and as such I would like to honor all the (professional) woman in my life, past and present, who have fueled, organized, and grown the businesses I have teamed up with over the course of my career. These women have enabled my personal and professional growth and have also allowed me to see the world through another’s eyes. For this, and the countless other ways these women enhance our businesses, our industries, our communities, and our lives, I thank them, today, and every day.

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Women in particular struggle to get funding. They face huge barriers despite a wealth of evidence that has shown that investing in women has a transformative impact on their whole community: Income in the hands of a mother influences child’s health that’s almost 20 times greater than when controlled by a father – United Nations Development Program study

 

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happy embraceableThis time of year, I wish you and all our friends, family and colleagues Happy Holidays with human and spiritual unity, closeness and compassion. These days represent a time for loving, giving and spending time with our dearest and closest. But while we share in holiday meals, unwrap our presents and celebrate this joyous season, we must not forget all the people who struggle to get through another day. For those not so fortunate, I humbly ask you this holiday season to light one candle and become a flicker of hope, love and service that lights up the darkness for those who lack the resources to have their own light.

I look forward to a brighter New Year and prosperity for everyone. http://www.kumbaya.co

Happy Holidays!

Mike Freni

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