Recently at Hispanicize 2017, I was nominated for the Positive Impact Award from Prudential Financial for my contributions to the Hispanic community through my Podcast and Blog Potencial Millionario.
It is an honor to be recognized as a Latino leader in and by our own community.
This year’s winners of the PIA were:
-Dante Alvarado-Leon from Berkeley, CA
-Felipe Pinzón from Hollywood, FL
-Luis Gutierrez from Chicago, IL
-Roxane Hara from Charlotte, NC
The Positive Impact Awards were created as homage to the late Louis Pagan, co-founder of Hispanicize and well-known social media entrepreneur, who passed away suddenly in February 2013. Louis was widely known for his kindness and commitment to giving the community a voice through his vast social media networks. In the same way, the Positive Impact Awards recognize those who contribute selflessly for the betterment of their community.
This year’s honorable mentions included: Felix Montelara, Wetumpka, Alabama; Sofia Maldonado, Laredo, Texas; Ruben Pizarro, Salinas, California; Bryan Garcia, Long Beach, New York; Eliana Murillo, San Francisco, California; Gigi Ramos, Laredo, Texas; Lupe Diaz, Miami, Florida; Federico Subervi-Velez, Austin, Texas.
Thank You, Prudential Financial
Felix A. Montelara
The Potential Millionaire Media Group
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Como el niño Jesus a nosotros no dicen que debemos tener 3 alcancías para nuestro oro, incencio y Mirah. Pero según la parabola de los Reyes Magos ellos tenían un secretos que los guió hasta Belen donde encontraron al niño Jesus y ese fue la estrella.
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Si tu quieres crecer tu dinero necesitas esa estrella que te guié a las ofrendas que te tiene el mundo. En el Podcast Potencial Millonario, episodio 164 de hoy te explico con lujos de detalles cual es este secreto. Yo, les llamo Cubos o Baldes y si es cierto los primero 3 son sumamente importante, pero sin la guía, la estrella se te hará muy difícil progresar aunque encuentres to regalen las ofrendas de esta vida.
Los cuatro cubos, baldes o alcancías son esenciales para poder ganar con tu dinero. Y si te preguntas cuales son estos cubos o baldes o cual es el secreto ahora te digo:
Primer balde o cubo el Ahorro
Segundo Balde o cubo Dar, Donar y Diezmo
Tercer balde o cubo gastar
Cuarto balde o cubo Invertir
El cubo de invertir es menos de lo que nosotros hablamos y el menos que le dedicamos tiempo para aprender. El balde de invertir tiene la estrella del inters compuesto que según Albert Einstein es la fuerza mas poderosa del universo.
La introducción escucharas a Juan Diego Gomez de Invertir Mejor nos habla de esa luz la cual yo llamo le estrella. Y mas tarde en el podcast les hago una ofrenda de gratitud por escuchar el podcast.
La ofrenda es el libro de cocina “Not just Tacos” con recetas internacionales en Ingles de la gran autora Shirley Solis.
La ofrenda es limitada a las primos 10 personas que se comuniquen mediante los comentarios en esta pagina Potenciamillonario.com o en Facebook a Felix Montelara.
Esto es todo por hoy espero que el podcast sea de su agrado y me dejes un “Review” en Itunes.
Hi, I am Felix A. Montelara and I truly believe a man should do his best to look better. Sure, we buy expensive shirts, suits, and shoes (three S’s), now is there more?
First impressions in this world are very important. So, I ask you what have you done to look better? Yes, I know you have the three S’s. What about your face: when was the last time you took care of it?
I make every effort to take care of my skin. My face has imperfections from years of neglect and abuse. Now if you look at my photo above you see great skin. Truth be told I use Undercover Makeup for men. Yes. I use Undercover Makeup skin facial products to keep my face looking at it best. When I place my best foot forward I also place my best facial skin possible. It goes along with the three S’s.
My facial imperfections are so drastic that years of facial treatment alone has not been able to take care of the damage. This is when I use Undercover Makeup products, such as foundation and powders. Yes, it is true- checkout this photo.
As an author, public speaker, and a man that uses Undercover Makeup products when I am out in events. When out to receptions, conferences or on a cruise I make use of Undercover Makeup products. Family and close friends do not realize I have Undercover Makeup on.
I must say, I went on a cruise for seven days with a group of podcast professionals like me and used Undercover Makeup every day while on the ship and at port. These amazing folks did not notice I was using Undercover Make the entire time I was in their presences. At the end of the cruise while at the dinner party, I announced the group on hand of my secret. Many said, “No, you’re not.” Some even came up close to my face stating, “Really, I can’t see it” and some just doubted I ever used makeup for men.
Hey, I invite you to discover what many men have already learned around the world, “First impressions do matter.” It said that Elvis Presley and John Wayne would not go out in public without makeup for men. I say, “Try it you’ll like.” You will thank me for it.
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Felix A. Montelara,
The Millionaire Next Door
Hoy les quiero compartir un descubrimiento de las montañas del ex planeta Pluto. La imágenes espectacular. Hoy la nave espacial New Horizon esta tomando datos sobre el ex-planeta Pluto y en los siguientes días estarán disponibles. Pluto- NASA con Potencial Millonario
Esto de mayor interés para mi, pues mi esposa y yo hemos trabajado para NASA en el pasado y fui ahí donde nos conocimos. Mi esposa ha trabajado y colaborado en dos otros proyectos que han sido exitoso para NASA. Y es por esto que comparto esta experiencia contigo en Potencial Millonario.
Methane is key to sustaining Titan’s thick nitrogen atmosphere. However, methane is destroyed and converted to heavier hydrocarbons irreversibly on a relatively short timescale of approximately 10–100 million years. Without the warming provided by CH4-generated hydrocarbon hazes in the stratosphere and the pressure induced opacity in the infrared, particularly by CH4–N2 and H2–N2 collisions in the troposphere, the atmosphere could be gradually reduced to as low as tens of millibar pressure. An understanding of the source–sink cycle of methane is thus crucial to the evolutionary history of Titan and its atmosphere. In this paper we propose that a complex photochemical–meteorological–hydrogeochemical cycle of methane operates on Titan. We further suggest that although photochemistry leads to the loss of methane from the atmosphere, conversion to a global ocean of ethane is unlikely. The behavior of methane in the troposphere and the surface, as measured by the Cassini–Huygens gas chromatograph mass spectrometer, together with evidence of cryovolcanism reported by the Cassini visual and infrared mapping spectrometer, represents a “methalogical” cycle on Titan, somewhat akin to the hydrological cycle on Earth. In the absence of net loss to the interior, it would represent a closed cycle. However, a source is still needed to replenish the methane lost to photolysis. A hydrogeochemical source deep in the interior of Titan holds promise. It is well known that in serpentinization, hydration of ultramafic silicates in terrestrial oceans produces H2(aq), whose reaction with carbon grains or carbon dioxide in the crustal pores produces methane gas. Appropriate geological, thermal, and pressure conditions could have existed in and below Titan’s purported water-ammonia ocean for “low-temperature” serpentinization to occur in Titan’s accretionary heating phase. On the other hand, impacts could trigger the process at high temperatures. In either instance, storage of methane as a stable clathrate–hydrate in Titan’s interior for later release to the atmosphere is quite plausible. There is also some likelihood that the production of methane on Titan by serpentinization is a gradual and continuous on-going process.
Adorable little Anya Montelara, now 6, was born in Russia with a birth defect called tibial hemimelial, which means she didn’t have tibia bones and certain tissue in her lower legs.
In November of 2010, Anya was adopted by Montgomery parents Jaime Demick, a physics professor at Huntingdon, and her husband Felix Montelara (Jaime kept her maiden name). Felix is a federal law enforcement agent based in Montgomery. The couple also have a seven-year-old son, Nick.
Several months after arriving with her new family, Anya underwent surgery to amputate both legs below the knees. This gave her the option – through prosthetics – of being mobile and living a much more active life.
Staffers at Alabama Artificial Limb first told the couple about an organization known as Magic Moments, a non-profit that grants wishes to Alabama children with life-altering medical conditions.
Anya, they said, might be a candidate for a wish. Mother Jaime contacted the group and filled out an application.
Early this year they learned that Anya’s “Magic Moment” had been granted. She, her big brother and parents would receive a week-long stay at Disney World.
The trip took place in June. To say it was the thrill of a lifetime for Anya (and her brother) would be an understatement of Goofy proportions!
“They absolutely cried when we had to leave,” said Jaime.
The trip was made possible by the generosity of local business Industrial Partners, which not only underwrote the costs of the trip but hosted a memorable send-off or “reveal” party for Anya and her family in May.
“This was something we were very happy to do,” said Nim Frazer, Jr., owner of Industrial Partners. “It was a great way for our employees to participate in a special event.”
Frazer joined the Montgomery regional board of Magic Moments last year, so he knew all about the mission of the organization.
“Every child deserves a chance to smile and be happy, regardless of the circumstances,” he said. “Industrial Partners is committed to what this organization does for children and their families. We are proud to take part in this great organization.”
Before boarding a flight to Orlando, Anya was the guest of honor at a special party hosted at the Industrial Partners office. Staffers, including Frazer’s daughter Mary Blan Frazer, purchased several Disney-themed items such as T-shirts, hats and even a princess dress for Anya. They also had a cookie cake made just for the event. The business also purchased a gift card to be used at Disney World by the family (more on that card later).
“All of this is for us?” said wide-eyed and appreciative Nick upon seeing all of the goodies, remembers Mary Blan.
“You want to make it a big-deal for them,” she added, mentioning that the office staff also provided a count-down calendar to the big trip.
“We can’t thank Nim and his company enough,” said Jaime.
The trip itself was a journey into a happy fantasy land.
“It was like entering an alternate reality – that’s about the only way I can describe it,” she said.
Magic Moments’ families get to stay at Give Kids the World, a separate villa on the sprawling grounds of Disney.
The room where they stayed, which had recently been re-designed, “was really nicer than the home we live in,” said Mom.
Give Kids the World features a Ginger Bread House where families eat (all meals included), a Candyland playground (designed to be used by children with special needs), giant lolly pops, etc.
Every night – a special holiday (including Christmas and Halloween) was celebrated. One night the children participated in an American Idol type talent competition. Each night their children were tucked into bed by a Disney character. When the family returned from visiting one of the theme parks, they discovered that Disney “fairies” had visited their rooms, leaving behind gifts.
As memorable as the amenities and other special touches were, mother Jaime said she was deeply moved by the volunteers in the village. These volunteers, at their own expense, come from around the country to make sure children with medical conditions have even more fun than they would otherwise.
In fact, she was so impressed by the giving spirit of the volunteers, she and her husband plan to volunteer at some point in the future.
“That’s probably something most of your readers don’t know about,” she said. “This might be be something church groups or other organizations might consider doing themselves,” she said.
Jaime said the trip was special for other reasons as well.
“All of these children and their families are dealing with some medical conditions. The staff, the volunteers and Disney do a remarkable job making everyone feel ‘normal’ for a while. Everyone was facing some kind of challenge. It was so nice to not feel like you were being stared at, or reminded that you are different in some way.”
Anya’s medical challenges are actually not nearly as life-altering as many of the other children they interacted with, said Jaime.
“We’re really blessed and fortunate. So many families are facing so much more than we are.”
Anya, who has “princess” prosthetics, is doing quite well and is getting around better every day, said her mom.
The 6-night trip also included free passes to all Disney-owned Parks, as well as other area tourist destinations. For example, the family also made a trip to Sea World (where feeding the dolphins and other Marine animals was one of Anya’s favorite activities).
It rained a great deal while they were there. One day, the family decided to travel a bit and tour the Kennedy Space Center, a side-trip also included at no expense to the family.
About that gift card Industrial Partners provided: The family used it for a Pirates of the Caribbean make-over for the kids, who got to dress up in authentic pirate gear complete with make-up and their own wardrobe assistants.
The pictures themselves were worth the trip and the family has hundreds as Disney provided a disk full of all the pictures taken of the family during their stay.
When visiting all the attractions at Disney, Magic Moments kids got the red- carpet treatment as staffers make sure they don’t have long waits and that any special needs they might have are accommodated.
“They’ve thought of everything,” said Mom.
After such an amazing and unique experience it’s not surprising at all that her children would shed a tear or two on the day they had to leave and come home.
“I felt like crying too,” laughed Jaime.
Once back in town, the family made sure that Frazer and his employees got to view all the pictures.
“We were happy to help make this Magic Moment happen,” said Frazer, who also encouraged other citizens and businesses to consider sponsoring a family for a similar trip (or other Magic Moments wishes).
“There are numerous other children waiting for their ‘magic moment’,” added Frazer, Jr. “Anyone who might be able to help in raising necessary funds to fulfill magic moments for other medically ill and disabled children throughout Alabama, such a gift will be greatly appreciated. To me, there’s no greater joy than being able to make dreams come true for such special and brave children.”
As the pictures that accompany this story show, Magic Moments are indeed possible, moments that no doubt will be remembered and treasured for a lifetime!