Week In Review


Motivation Mondays: Treat Every Misfortune As A Gift

Weekly Political Tweet: Remembering JFK

ThrowBack Thursdays: Fabrison’s Cafe–My First Coffee Review

Saturday Book Read: w/ Sharine Jones Chapter End of Chapter 1 (Love) 

Weekly Spiritual Digest: Do Not Fade Away w/ the World

Networking: My Talk w/ Attn. Mark Fischer; At the 3rd Annual Social Media Event at UMass

WHAT’S HAPPENING THIS WEEK….

Prince’s Daily Journal will be observing the Thanksgiving Holiday Season and as such we will not be posting the following items:

  • Daily Newsfeeds (Mon-Fri)
  • Motivation Mondays
  • Talk Tuesdays
  • Weekly Political Report or Tweet
  • ThrowBack Thursdays
  • Saturday Book Read w/ Sharine Jones
  • Weekly Spiritual Digest
  • Week in Review

Please feel free to browse through Prince’s site for previous stories, interviews, and pictures. Also expect new posts from his page “Prince’s Travels” under San Diego, Ca.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

PSA Announcement


Prince’s Daily Journal will be observing the Thanksgiving Holiday Season. And as such, Prince’s Daily Journal will not be posting the following items from Nov.25-Dec3:

  • Daily Newsfeeds
  • Motivation Mondays
  • Talk Tuesdays
  • Weekly Political Report or Tweet
  • ThrowBack Thursdays
  • Saturday Book Read w/ Sharine Jones
  • Weekly Spiritual Digest
  • Week in Review

Please feel free to browse through Prince’s site for previous stories, interviews and pictures. Also expect new posts from his page, “Prince’s Travels” under San Diego, Ca.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

PDJ COMMUNICATIONS TEAM

A Salute To Our Veterans!


Joseph Ambrose, an 86-year-old World War I vet...
Joseph Ambrose, an 86-year-old World War I veteran, attends the dedication day parade for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in 1982. He is holding the flag that covered the casket of his son, who was killed in the Korean War (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here is a post that I have written in the past; in commemoration of Memorial’s Day–saluting our men and women in uniform, both young and old, and the deceased.

Thank you to all of our veterans for keeping our country safe, and for allowing me to keep doing what I am doing now freely!

If you see a Veteran today, give that Veteran a hearty handshake and say, “Thank you!” Buy them a cup of coffee, if you have to.

Motivation Monday: Emulate and Honor the Work Ethic of a Soldier