When I was trying to popularize the concept of the Internet -- ten or 15 years ago -- I came up with this concept of "the 5 Cs." Services needed to have content, context, community, commerce, and connectivity. After that, when I was trying to think of what the key management principles were to build into the culture, I started talking about the Ps. The P's were things like passion, perseverance, perspective and people. I think the people aspect is really the most important one.
Source: Academy of Achievement: Steve Case Interview: http://www.achievement.org/autodoc/page/cas1int-1
For me, the only thing that can really change my world is me—my attitude and my approach and my understanding about that which surrounds me, as well as the actions and behaviors that flow from my interpretations...
From my perspective of Higher Awareness, No one has the power to drive me crazy. In fact, people have stopped trying. They assume I can walk from here. - Charlene (unknown submitter to Hay House newsletter's Laugh Out Loud)
Though we can't always see it at the time, if we look upon events with some perspective, we see things always happen for our best interests. We are always being guided in a way better than we know ourselves.