Sometimes the friendship you receive is not equal to the friendship you give. Sometimes it’s not even close. — Patrick The Poet



When chaos rules even a kind heart,
There is little joy friendship can give.
And little that time can’t tear apart
In those whose broken souls barely live.

For like a ship you join your sail to,
To savor happiness for a while,
There are truths you should see but fail to;
For sometimes chaos shares a kind smile.

So you bear each tumultuous journey,
Hoping the next will bring a better fate.
But the storm always comes to engulf the sea
Where there’s never a time that isn’t too late.

Such is life that always brings storms our way,
Whose cost in wounds and scars can be extensive.
But oh, the price that loneliness won’t pay
For even friendship that is too expensive.


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02 ResolutionsofEpicProportions

It’s easy to embrace despair and be a pessimist. But far more fulfilling to embrace hope and be an optimist! — Patrick The Poet



Because dreams often die in Winter
and love often fails in Fall
and youth must often fade in Summer
and lovers and dreamers everywhere
often look for the bad
and not the good in every season-—
does not mean
we should not believe in Spring.

It only means that some people
do not dream strong enough
and some people do not love with conviction.
It only means that some people
are not truly young at heart
and some people believe in the bad
more than the good.

It does not mean
that something magnificent and beautiful
and something full of hope and love
does not await those
who believe in Spring.


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Let’s begin by embracing the three most important words of today – and almost every day – especially when it comes to profession, work and being at the top of your game.  They are “Train! Train! Train!”

They are followed closely by: “Never stop training!” 

When we say train, it is synonymous with practice. We train to hone our abilities and skills and keep them at peak efficiency. Then we practice using our skills and knowledge to stay 100% familiar and proficient with what we know and can do.

So, the next three most important words to remember are: “Train and practice!” 

Why do we train and practice? Why should we train and practice? Why must we train and practice? Here are five reasons that immediately come to mind:

  1. Stay familiar and proficient with what you know and do
  2. Hone your skills and keep them at top efficiency.
  3. To be prepared to do what is always required
  4. To maintain and even increase self-confidence
  5. To learn new things and add to one’s knowledge and skills

Some people believe you can get better at sports only by playing and doing. However, between hockey, baseball or football games, teams train, exercise and practice constantly and without fail. You get better at playing by training to play!

It is during training that you work to strengthen your weak areas. You find the mistakes and your blind spots at work. Then work and train to correct these issues and transform weaknesses into strengths and faults into skills.

The myth of natural talent is just that – a MYTH!  That you are born with genius skills or intelligence – and that these things alone are what account for super-successful athletes, entrepreneurs, billionaires and celebrities – is a fallacy.  While you may enter this world with some advantage over others, you will not achieve incredible success without training and practice.

The final two “most important” words we give you for today and every other day of your life, in addition to the words “character, commitment, determination, passion, self-discipline” are the foundation of “train and practice” and essential to every team leader and his devoted team of well-trained workers. They are the last two words in the following story:

Years ago, when at the height of his automotive and industrial success, the inimitable innovator and entrepreneur Henry Ford was interviewed by a group of reporters whose goal, they claimed, was to discover the secret to success.

He sat before them answering their many questions about automobiles, business operations, mass production, leadership and employee relations—all the while waiting for the ultimate question he knew was coming.  Finally, one of the reporters asked it. “Tell us, Mr. Ford, what is the secret to success?” 

They all bent forward in wild anticipation of his response and in finally hearing and learning the cosmic answer to what everyone had been dying to know throughout human history!

He smiled for a second. Then leaned in toward them, and whispered, “Hard work.” 

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There are some who’d rather not have what the path of least resistance would foolishly protect them from having. — Patrick The Poet



Sometimes memories seem like seashells on a beach,
Lonely little gems of happiness from the past.
And what the sand has kept buried and out of reach.
The fear of ever opening your heart at last.

For there are moments when paradise almost came,
When once you felt the courage to give love a chance.
But all you can feel now is what time cannot name…
Seashores and seashells and what sorrow calls romance.

Oh, how they make you remember the past again
And all the happiness you grieved and failed to live.
And yes, the person you once were and could have been.
And all the happiness that love wanted to give.


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We’d love to have had Nikola Tesla on our team here at Dynamic Capacity Group. Rest assured, we’d completely leave him alone to do his thing. For the things he did and could do were incredibly cosmic and inspirational!

And that’s what we love to do most of all at DCG: share our cosmic secrets on leadership, teamwork, recruitment and business growth. And inspiration.

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The Universe


Once we see that life is a classroom and every day is filled with lessons, maybe we’ll learn less of suffering than joy. — Patrick The Poet



It was not a sheer moment of crisis
But only an instance of kindred death.
When he spoke the unbridled truth to her
That culled her heart and spirit of hope and breath.

“Oh, for your disdain of love and friendship,
And for your contempt of truth and beauty,
And humility and eclectic thought,
I deny you access to wisdom and me!

May you find intellectual beauty
In the next life…wherever it may be.
And may The Universe gaze down on you
Not with censure, but with sorrow and pity.”


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