By Felix Tih
|The Winning Mindset By Felix Tih|
|Happy New Year to all. Here’s hoping this is your best year yet. ~Sherrie|
|Conquer Yourself In 2022|
Bruce Lee once said we are born to achieve great things if we can conquer ourselves. “Conquer” is not about subjugating yourself, but instead it is about knowing yourself in order to liberate yourself.“If you do not conquer self, you will be conquered by self ” – Napoleon HillAre you ready to level up your life in 2022? Make up your mind to stay focused on becoming everything you really want to be.You can’t be distracted by things that are keeping you from your life purpose. It’s time to let go of all distractions. Happy 2022!! 🥳 🥳 🥳 Reach out if you want to perform, think better & achieve your goals faster than before.* Follow Felix Tih For More Insights* Follow YouMindset For Daily Growth PS: I help people become the best version of themselves. Message me if you want to think and perform better in 2022. Get Your Winning Mindset FormulaTogether, we have the opportunity to build an environment that fosters a sense of belonging, overcome limiting beliefs in your daily routines and live a full life without self-destructing in the process.
Sherrie Miranda’s “Crimes & Impunity in New Orleans” follows the dramatic story of naive, sheltered Shelly going to “The Big Easy” to prepare for El Salvador, but has no idea she will encounter sexism and witness racism as well as illegal activities by government agents.
Author, Sherrie Miranda’s husband made the trailer for “Crimes & Impunity in New Orleans.” He wrote the music too.
Review: Shelly’s journey in “the city that care forgot.”Sherrie Miranda’s new novel “Crimes and Impunity in New Orleans” puts the reader into a whirlwind of political protests, abusive police, sexist attitudes towards women, and “good old boys” racism in 1980’s New Orleans. Miranda’s second novel follows Shelly, the young northerner, as she quickly finds out that she “isn’t in Kansas anymore” while encountering a slew of picturesque, colorful characters. Reading her book makes you wonder if justice and respect for blacks, immigrants, and women can be reality in America.