The Environment

A good opportunity appears, everything is temporary, life is a cycle where there are times of lean and fat cows aveces’re up and sometimes down!. Crises are not permanent and it will happen very soon. There are points of leverage ranging from the inside out like the that no changes to others, must be a model or inspiring to change our environment as people and things that surround us. Omega 3 insists that this is the case. Change ourselves. developing habits that marked your life every day when you renew you presents balance in it and your environment. STRESS makes people not want to do anything, is unwilling to compromise, they invent excuses, everyone is guilty of his current situation. CU-stress (term used by the Chinese) is something that excites you, that strengthens, that makes you feel like get up from that State in which you find yourself, that you enpuja to study what you love because that is the meaning of the work, want to have a cause that motivates you.

By those women live longer than men, they live an average of seven years longer than men, is a psychological factor and not physiological. When you think about the concept of abundance instead of scarcity life changing people. When has lived with scarcity lifetime and be begins to think only in abundance life changes.When I have a problem, I have the responsibility to fix it, with a culture of abundance the environment responds the efforts of the problems, because the culture is based on the responsibility of all the world this means in a bundancia of opportunities. The true North represents two things: the first is the direction in which we have decided to go, if we are connected emotionally and culturally toward a concrete obgetivo, then will be priority and the guideline as a guide to get it. The second are the principles that govern the values that drive us.The principles cause consequences over which we have control, that gives us HUMILITY.

Latin America

These terrible figures threaten one of the Millennium Development Goals proposed by the United Nations, that is, to a poverty level to 50% of which was booked in 1990. In the case of Latin America, the World Bank reported in March that would 6,000,000 people rising to the extreme poverty in 2009, which means it would take no less than two years of stable economic growth to recover from this situation, which is unlikely given the current economic landscape level regional and global levels. The effects of the crisis slowed and even set back the progress that had been made in recent years in Latin America in terms of employment and improving the quality of life of the inhabitants, as a result of sustained growth of hemispheric economies and better social policies .

It is noted that currently live in Latin America about 70 million people in extreme poverty, which represents about 13% of the total population of the region. Among the factors contributing to this figure, and none of them of course is benefited by the crisis include increased malnutrition, school dropouts and increasing in many areas lack basic health care, and public trial. The global crisis got only intensify these problems and stop the advance, although slowly, towards Latin America was making life better definitely. Currently a study conducted by ECLAC indicates that the international crisis, which hit with force to most Latin American countries, with regional GDP dropping 1.9% in 2009, driven into poverty this year to other nine million Latin Americans, according to report by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).