Frederic Byé – CMN

Singing: My Life With GABBY GRACE Part 1

Singer, song writer, GABBY GRACE is with us! Strap your seatbelts because you will be enlightened by her wisdom, passion, and intensity! In this first part, she will go into details on how she faced bullying as a local YouTube celebrity, she will also talk about her love for singing as she was growing up dreaming about a legendary career, the pivotal moment when she discovered her dad’s old music records (led zeppelin, metallica, etc…) and more… This is a can’t miss episode! Get […]

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Guest M-E Higgins: How Christianity Helped Me Find My Life’s Purpose

Today Fred chats with Marie-Eve Higgins. In this fascinating and intense conversation, Marie-Eve discusses the death of her mother, her transition from non-spiritual to Christian, her journey to find her life’s purpose, and more. Her answers will enlighten you,and help you answer your own questions. Garanteed. It’s definitely one of the better shows I’ve done. Get your FREE audio download, plus fascinating guests, book recommendations, posts, and more!

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The Don’t Quit Poem

Today I want to share a poem I know will inspire you. It is one of my favorite, I still think about it and read it when I need to. Poems have the ability to change our moods and mindsets. They have such a grip on my spirit. Poetic words are a balm to my soul. When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, When the road you’re trudging seems all uphill, When the funds are low and the debts […]

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I’M MARRIED…BUT HE’S NOT HAPPY

I learned an important lesson the day of my wedding, a week and a half ago. Like many of you, I consider marriage an important moment; a once in a lifetime event. To our joy, everyone present seemed to have a good time and went home happy…with one exception. My cousin, my ”brother” didn’t attend. Why? Because there was miscommunication as to the time we were supposed to celebrate. Yes. You read correctly. Not only did it hurt me, but […]

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I’M MARRIED…WHAT??? PART 2

Over five years ago, before I met the woman I married last Saturday, I stumbled upon a poem in the book <<The Seeker’s Guide>> by Elizabeth Lesser. To this day, this is my favorite poem.  I thought it perfectly summarized what I wanted in a woman: “It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living. I want to know what you ache for, and if you dare to dream of meeting your heart’s longing. It doesn’t interest me how old you […]

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I’m Married…What???

I got married last Saturday. I was never into marriage; to my generation marriage doesn’t mean anything anymore. Why? We witnessed our parents lie, cheat, and steal as they were married. The ring around our finger doesn’t change much about one’s personality, except that it looks good and shiny. The vows, the promises, everything marriage represented to our parents…come on, they no longer exist. How can they? We are in a society where we want everything quick, easy, and with no effort. […]

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My wish came true, then what…?

As I thought about this Monday’s Podcast (available here) and the book review on Peter Buffet’s “Life Is What You Make It: Find Your Own Path To Fulfillment,” I thought about the notion of preparedness when I make a wish. I worked hard to become a wrestler. I sacrificed time, money, and a lot of energy to make my dream come true. I went to Louisville, Kentucky, was successful, and then I injured my back that resulted in a herniated disk. Back […]

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Be careful what I wish for…

In some industries I worked in, putting happiness over money is a sign of weakness. In fact, that idea was so obsolete, people would mock you if you talked about personal development in a spiritual way. I’ve always tried to find the purpose in what I did. Sometimes it lead me to lonely places, other times it lead me to enjoyable ones. King Midas story is timeless. The king who made the wish to turn everything into gold suddenly had his wish granted. […]

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Job Security VS Creativity

Since I can remember, I have a problem with hierarchy. The traditional way of doing things implies going to school, having good grades, getting a job, and hopefully hold on to this job until you retire around 65 or 70 with a fat nest egg. When you’re a teenager or young adult saying to your folks, “mom, dad, I won’t go to college…” it is like blasphemy in many families. There’s a stigma about not going to college and take […]

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The more I fail the more I succeed

They say the more you fail the more you will succeed. At first, I didn’t understand that statement, it seemed illogical, counterproductive. It became clear when I became a financial advisor. We had to call clients that had not heard of anyone for years, and we had “call evenings:” Every Monday from six to eight, we would sit down at the commune table, and call potential clients. They were “cold calls” to some extent. Obviously, I would be met with […]

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