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Powerstorm ESS is a global humanitarian technology company, focused on bringing together people to address critical issues for the benefit of the resource-constrained and vulnerable populations of the world. As such we are dedicated to providing access to power and connectivity to everyone, regardless of economic resources, accessibility, or regional instability, with our fully integrated and comprehensive hybrid energy storage solutions. With support and backing from investments, partnerships, philanthropic organizations, and government organizations, we have been able to build a framework that supports our scalability and sustainability, so that we may provide the power needed by billions of people through the deployment of energy storage solutions. We invite you to join us to expand our outreach efforts.

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motivationINSPIRATION … I aim to inspire those around me to pursue their dreams as I pursue mine.

CREATIVITY … Creative minds working together is what I love most about PowerstormESS. The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team

INNOVATION … Innovation is what excites me in pursuing product development to help changing the lives of those living in emerging and underserved markets.

PASSION… My passion is organizing and leading teams world-class, Dedicated, Brilliant, Creative Pioneers and develop products which make our lives more efficient and sustainable, and bring them to market.

PHILOSOPHY….My philosophy is to “walk-the-talk.” A focus on safety, quality of process and product, and measurable results is paramount and fundamental to creating lasting value for our customers and investors and pride in our team’s efforts and results.

MOTIVATION … Without motivation, I would not be where I am today and continue going.

HAPPINESS … Being kind to others is a fast track to happiness. Giving the helping hand or a ear to listen.

LEADERSHIP…. To me leadership implies moving forward, taking charge, doing something to equip, encourage, empower and maybe even inspire others to join you in doing something different or outright difficult. Success doesn’t stop at the  border, it just starts by crossing.

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together on the hillWhen you are walking with another, hills seem less steep and the valleys seem less deep, let’s collaborate together to make a impacting difference faster and more effectively.

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logoThanksgiving is a special day to celebrate families and friends we care & cherish. In most of the western world, we are as blessed as we are spoiled, I know I am. Like most of us, we get flustered ov
er the silliest things – like when my cellphone doesn’t get a good signal, when a flight is delayed or when my computer takes too long to load a website. Millions & billions of people in the world do not have the luxury of mobile phones, cannot afford air travel and do not have computers. Today, we have billions of people with no or little electricity, clean water, health care or basic education.

So how can we avoid this virus of selfish immaturity? Thankfulness is the antidote. It melts our pride and crushes our sense of entitlement.

We at Powerstorm ESS have developed electrification technologies that are affordable and sustainable for the emerging markets. We can help to improve the lives of those in most desperate need and will have tremendous impact to their wellness and our future. Let’s work together to get them the much needed Electrification.

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ways-overcome-self-doubt-biuld-profitable-businessTime spent worrying – about anything – provides no emotional or physical benefit to us; such things only weaken us for the fights we must endure in our lives. “It’s not about being ready or feeling prepared all the time; sometimes you just have to do what you know you have to do. And when you do – you will always see that you’re more ready and more prepared than you realize”

How can you deal with self-doubt in a constructive way?

  1. Stop Making Excuses

The enemy is our chattering brain, which, if we give it so much as a nanosecond, will start producing excuses, alibis, transparent self-justifications, and a million reasons why we can’t/shouldn’t/won’t do what we know we need to do

  1. Beware Of Your Close Circle

Our circle of people may make us feel good, but they’re not always good for us.  In fact, we could be a pawn in their game; unwitting accomplices in helping them achieve an unhealthy degree of power and influence over our decisions and actions.

  1. Raise Your Self-Awareness

Self-awareness can be developed. Spend some time recognizing areas you need to develop and intentionally making an effort to develop or strengthen that aspect of yourself.

So, how can you become more aware of your strengths and areas for development?

You could

  • Rate Yourself: What do you think your strengths are?
  • Ask others for feedback: Be open to hearing what others think of you.
  • Complete a formal assessment test. These could include a personality test, discovering your values, your skills, and your abilities.
  1. Practice Self-Compassion

Self-compassion isn’t self-pity (Poor me, I shouldn’t feel this bad!) or irresponsibility (I messed up? Who cares!) or even self-esteem (As long as I succeed, I feel good). It’s about recognizing that feeling down is part of the shared human experience and mindfully refraining from judging yourself.

It’s important to listen, because the way you talk to yourself—especially when you’ve failed in some way—has an impact on your health, mood, and even your relationships with others. Do you admonish yourself for screwing up, or do you gently remind yourself that you’re only human and you’ll try harder next time?

Making mistakes, fumbling, and losing your cool are an inevitable part of the human experience—but most of us turn these slip-ups into an opportunity to beat ourselves up for being less than perfect. But when we see ourselves as a hopeless failure, we close our heart down to ourselves and to others.

  1. Stop Asking For Validation
  2. Trust Your Values

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thinkIf you mind is full of chatter, you will not be able to perceive what’s in front of you. The chatter will distort and block your thinking. A little more about our thinking. Most people think that they are what their thoughts tell them they are. One day I noticed that I wasn’t breathing—I was being breathed. Then I also noticed, to my amazement, that I wasn’t thinking—that I was actually being thought and that thinking isn’t personal. Do you wake up in the morning and say to yourself, “I think I won’t think today”? It’s too late: You’re already thinking! Thoughts just appear. They come out of nothing and go back to nothing, like clouds moving across the empty sky. They come to pass, not to stay. There is no harm in them until we attach to them as if they were true.

No one has ever been able to control his thinking, although people may tell the story of how they have.

I don’t let go of my thoughts—I meet them with understanding. Then they let go of me.

Thoughts are like the breeze or the leaves on the trees or the raindrops falling. They appear like that, and through inquiry we can make friends with them. Would you argue with a raindrop? Raindrops aren’t personal, and neither are thoughts. Once a painful concept is met with understanding, the next time it appears you may find it interesting. What used to be the nightmare is now just interesting. The next time it appears, you may find it funny. The next time, you may not even notice it. This is the power of loving what is.

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