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It’s not enough be the there at the right place at the right time. You have to be the right person. .
So read books each day at least for one hour to train your brain to be the right person. .
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We guess you could say that gratitude is in our DNA. Every staff meeting opens with gratitude. Our youth share what they’re thankful for at every pre-shift. Every time you step through our doors, the restaurant has already been infused with thankfulness. Because we are so grateful for you and we know we wouldn’t be here without your support. We feel so much gratitude for what we accomplished together last year and can’t wait to show you what 2020 holds. We’ll never tire of saying it— thank you! ❤️
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Your focus goes where your energy flows. You should always surround yourself around the people you want to be like. By default your energy will be better because they are aligned with the goals you want to achieve
[ #실리콘밸리맛집 : #백년손님 ] 안녕하세요. 실리콘밸리 이츠입니다. 오늘은 실리콘밸리 #삼계탕맛집 백년손님을 소개드려요.
한국일보 기사에 따르면 백년손님은 2011년 김영희 대표가 오픈한 삼계탕 전문 레스토랑으로 메인 메뉴는 삼계탕이예요. 약병아리에 인삼, 황기, 대추, 찹쌀, 인삼 등을 넣고 푹 고아서 만든 보양식인데요. 양기를 돕고 소장을 따뜻하게 함은 물론 정신과 혼백까지 안정시키는 효능이 있다고 해요.
예전부터 딸의 남편인 사위를 귀한 손님이라고 부르는 것에서 착안, 고객 한 사람 한 사람 모두 귀하게 여기겠다는 의미로 레스토랑 이름을 백년손님이라고 지었다고 하는데, 귀한 손님들과 영양보충하러 한번 들려보세요. 😊
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Cold weather in the bay means coffee or tea around the clock for me! I just made this Painted Ladies mug for myself... what do you think?! Should I start selling some of my collection as mugs and other usable items? Comment with your thoughts ☺️☕️
Short but Splendid! I didn’t have a lot of time so I decided to head to one of my favorite local spots. As I got close, the show started. I screamed to get to the shooting spot snd was super lucky to see (and photograph) a gorgeous Sunrise. The burn only lasted for a few minutes but it was splendid.
San Jose Water was a proud sponsor of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon hosted by the African American Community Service Agency Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy with 800 community members was inspiring and uplifting for all.
I’ve been feeling pretty shitty these last couple of days. I hate being sick because it kills my motivation to do anything! I feel like it puts everything on pause 😩 I’m hoping to get back on it asap ❤️ how about you guys? How’s everything going for you?✨
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Oh wow hey, I noticed a lot of new faces here! Wanted to quickly introduce myself. My name is Natasha Zouves. I’m a storyteller and journalist, most recently a news anchor with ABC in San Francisco. I’ve been honored with three Emmy Awards, and getting to stand on stage and thank my parents was one of the sweetest moments of my life ❤️ I’m currently at Stanford as a JSK Journalism Fellow.
I’m of mixed ethnicity, I’m Greek and Chinese – I get asked a lot. I’m a Bay Area native. I have a little dog named Tchaikovsky who has the cutest, jumbled underbite you’ve ever seen. I have an ever-increasing plant collection. I’m in denial about the Office being pulled from Netflix.
I’m a TBI survivor and have emerged from a serious concussion recovery with an appreciation for how precious this life is, and how delicate and invaluable our brains are (I recently wrote all about what it’s like to be trapped in a concussed brain, if you’re interested you can find it in the link in my bio).
I could have my mom’s thanksgiving turkey every single day. I LOVE french fries - the holy grail for me is a fry that’s extra hot and golden, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
This year, in addition to doing research and asking questions about the future of the journalism industry in this Stanford fellowship, I’m seeking growth and healing and trying to intentionally design opportunities for serendipity, joy and self-discovery in my life.
I deeply appreciate connecting with you here.
One of you asked SUCH a good question that I’m going to pose it here: Post below and tell me what you’re doing as you’re reading this, and why is it important to you?
I just finished sending my Mom a text to let her know I love her and am in the middle of some reading for a class on authentic communication, because I’m looking to get better at public speaking! I can’t wait to see your answer below (and a sincere thank you for the thoughtful prompt, @turcios113).