SLOW AND STEADY win the race that’s how America will rise to the top again under the GREAT LEADERSHIP OF PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA.
“The true foundation of the nation is the stability in the hearts and minds of its citizen. Only when this foundation is fortified by these fundamental values can the true assets of the country be built.” – Sunflower
Watch the premiere of the new documentary The Road We’ve Traveled, which will take you inside President Obama’s first term.
The President made some tough calls to bring our country back from the brink — and this film, directed by Academy Award winner Davis Guggenheim, captures it perfectly.
Over the next few months, we’ve got to make sure as many people as possible see this film — because when they do, they’ll come away knowing just how much is riding on the outcome this November. This film is going to be a great way to get them involved now.
So click here tonight at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time to get your first look:
Right after the film, senior strategist David Axelrod will be answering questions. You can submit yours on Twitter using this hashtag: #RoadTraveled.
Have you heard of the story of “Qin Shi Huang” the first Emperor of China who went looking for the magic pill for immortality? Did he find the MAGIC PILL? In wikipedia it said that later in his life, Qin Shi Huang feared death and desperately sought the fabled elixir of life, which would supposedly allow him to live forever. He was obsessed with acquiring immortality and fell prey to many who offered him supposed elixirs. He visited Zhifu Island three times in order to achieve immortality.
There is NO MAGIC PILL for immortality or success it all boils down to 2 simple and vital words DISCIPLINE and HARDWORK. We need to go back to basics because there are no short cuts for success. Please read this article written by Mr Greg Smith about the SHORTCUTS. I will take the 2 end paragraphs for your enlightenment. Before his resignation he was a Goldman Sachs executive director and head of the firm’s United States equity derivatives business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
“My proudest moments in life – getting a full scholarship to go from South Africa to Stanford University, being selected as Rhodes Scholar national finalist, winning a bronze medal for table tennis at the Maccabiah Games in Israel, known as the Jewish Olympics – have all come through hardwork, with no shortcuts. Goldman Sachs today has become too much about shortcuts and not enough about achievement. It just doesn’t feel right to me anymore.
I hope this can be a wake-up call to the board of directors. Make the client the focal point of your business again. Without clients you will not make money. In fact you will not exist. Weed out the morally bankrupt people, no matter how much money they make for the firm. And get the culture right again, so people want to work here for the right reasons. People who care only about making money will not sustain this firm – or the trust of its clients – for very much longer”
Similarly raising your children there are NO SHORTCUTS TOO. When you raise children quality time is not enough because your children need you all the time to guide them when they make a mistake so you can show them to the right path. It is not the job of the government or the teacher it is your love, total devotion and sacrifice that will help your children to reach his or her potential in life.
Please be there always for them and similarly please be with your country AMERICA all the times because America is not ISRAEL. If all Americans are American first, America will always be Number One even with rising China on the horizon.