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Francisco de Goya

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Everyone Sees things through their individual paradigm!

The Prisoner, by

Francisco de Goya, 1867. Goya was an original and enigmatic artist, equally gifted as a painter and a printmaker. This etching has always held a special fascination for Wes, principally because of the hidden image it contains. Take a close look. Maybe you can see what demon really torments our prisoner. This hidden image explains the true nature of the Prisoner’s torment. It exemplifies how easy it is to look and yet not see and pointedly how two people can look at a problem and yet see completely unrelated answers.


 

BIG THINGS HAVE SMALL BEGINNINGS

The Motivation and Mindset that Built a $750 Million Business

Motivational and Inspirational

In his international best-selling book Big Things Have Small Beginnings, he shares what he has learned about leadership and business growth.

The author believes you must accept that winning and losing are both parts of the same experience to play in the Great Game. And that being willing to take risks and roll the dice is undoubtedly one of the essential characteristics of a successful leader. Gleaning from his business endeavors and drawing on insights from great leaders throughout history, he guides you in learning the same strategies and tactics that made them successful. He even addresses the nature of a Paradigm shift such as the one he describes using The Prisoner by Goya to exemplify. From this book, you will gain an understanding that will empower you to succeed in business and life.

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