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Fate, Directed Focus or Balance=Success??

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Life Love No Chaser

Life Love No Chaser


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Each year as I grow in life and maturity I am led to consider my life, my success and my not so successful attempts. I am guided by the notions imprinted on my subconscious about messages of fate and destiny versus my own free will. From the first time I heard my Mum say, “Leah, you should always strive to "be a master of something rather than a jack of all trades." “Choose something, stick with it and focus your life; giving it your all.”  I wondered what path I would choose in order to keep to her words and advice.

Fast forward…I have learned that a person can have many gifts, but not every gift yields success by way of peace, happiness and wealth; be it financial or otherwise.

So what is the opinion of truth here? Is life about focus? Is it about balance? Is it a culmination of both working simultaneously? Why is the wealthy in America comprised only of 1%? Are the 99% of us simply unfocused or unlucky? Have they capitalized on fate and destiny or is it their design to make us think that we are nothing more than the limitations of what our fate and destiny can bring about?

This show dares to try and answer those queries. We will talk to notable, accomplished and focused scientist, Dr. Steve Southwick. Dr. Southwick is an internationally recognized research leader and expert in agriculture specializing in fruit.  His main expertise focuses around plant growth regulation and fruit variety development, production and marketing.  He is currently the owner and Managing Director of SMS Unlimited, LLC which develops and markets fruit varieties throughout the world and is the Director of Research and Business Development for OG Packing Company and Grower Direct Marketing LLC.  He will be on to share his story of focus and success.