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Brian loves to help people, and organizations, be more successful.
It was this passion for improvement that led him to create the Flow Concept, design The Flow Process, and subsequently found The Flow Company.
Frustrated with other methods, he set out to find a practical, easy to implement way to get people aligned for increased performance.
Here is Brian's website: http://www.peopletoplans.com/
HOST: Melissa G. Jordan interviews: Brooklyn native Sean L Brereton delivers an intense and
heartfelt work of verse in As Eye See the World.
Drawing on experiences of his past, facts of his present,
and dreams of his future, Brereton composes poems with
themes of religious devotion and romantic love that truly
capture the emotions of the human condition. His view of
the world centers on putting God first and everything else
as second, giving his work a deep sincerity.
Brereton's style is heavily influenced by song lyrics and
rap, a style most notable in poems such as "You and I"
and "You!"-verses deal with the heartache and uncertainty
of relationships-as well as in the social commentary
poem, "Bars." In addition, Brereton's flair for vivid
imagery is displayed in "Trinidadian Rain Forest," with its
beautiful descriptions of a tropical paradise and in "If
Angels Could Dream," a touching love poem.
Brereton's unique voice gives the collection strength and power. Let yourself be inspired
and encouraged with As Eye See the World.
This show will discuss the upcoming mayoral race in Toronto with African Candidate candidate Rev. Wendell Brereton. Rev. Brereton will us tell why he decided to join the mayoral race, and what he feels are the most important issues. Rev. Brereton's website is listed below.