Biography of Joan Marques
Joan Marques facilitates courses in business and management at a university in Burbank, California. She has authored/co-authored 6 books on the topics of Leadership, Global Awareness, workplace performance, and self mastery. She presents a weekly radio column in the Netherlands; and regularly co-organizes workshops for business and non-profit organizations in Los Angeles. She is the editor of 2 business journals and one on global awareness. Her hobbies are music and writing.
Joan Marques's Works:
1) Empower The Leader in You!
2) The Global Village
3) Spirituality in the Workplace: What it Is; Why it Matters; How to Make it Work for You
4) The Awakened Leader: One Simple Leadership Style that Works Every Time, Everywhere
5) Seasoned Adages for Modern Day's Leaders: Lessons about Life Presented in 101 Old Sayings Inherited from Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Amazon Forest Indigenous
6) Interbeing: Thoughts on Achieving Personal and Professional Excellence Toward Greater Mutuality
Joan Marques Poems
Distinguished are those Who ever experienced the agony Of a heart torn apart By the loss of something dear
You, to me, were like tomorrow Always just a day away Sometimes I would get so close And you'd seem only a minute from me
Time In A Bottle
Imagine the catastrophy If we could capture time in a bottle Lasting would not only be delight But also moments of emotional throttle
A Lost Day
Lost is the day in which you have not found fulfillment in any area: work, private, or social. Lost is the day in which you have not found a reason to smile: not about others, and not about yourself.
The Other Side Of Justice
Driving on the usually well-paved, Broad streets of L.A. I sometimes wonder If those who have always lived here
There, on the floor, Lies my romantic moment. Shattered to pieces By an inconsiderate word.
As the dirty water seeps From the outdoor 'room of ease, ' Forming a fusty puddle, in collaboration With dry leaves, rotting olives,
Mood swings are Like bittersweet stings Drugging you With thoughts
I was dreaming And you were dreaming And I thought that - in the end - Our dreams would come true...
The older he grows The quieter he gets Is it his nature Or does he have regrets
Vacillating mind Infinitely disturbed spirit Subjugated by continual exposure To the pretense
My mindsets are like butterflies They flutter around Catechize my personality And alter my perceptions
Be Happy Here And Now
Be happy here and now For tomorrow, the standards may have changed And the factors that are in place today To contribute to your happiness
The Soul Of Love
The soul of love is in the self It's captured in the heart It can't be stored on ledge or shelf It can't be thorn apart
Distinguished are those
Who ever experienced the agony
Of a heart torn apart
By the loss of something dear
For they have learned
What can only be taught through pain:
Empathy and understanding
And compassion for a tear