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  • Colby Melvin Making People SOAR

    Success Circuit
    Michelle
    3 Apr 2015 | 12:35 pm
      We last interviewed Colby Melvin in January 2014 so decided to catch up with him. Colby tells us about his new swimsuit range, big plans and inner turmoils. It has been a while since we spoke, how has your life changed over the past year or so? Omg! My life has been changed drastically […]
  • Where Will You Be Ten Years from Now?

    Success Consciousness Blog on Self Improvement and Achieving Success
    Remez Sasson
    11 Apr 2015 | 10:56 pm
    Sit down and think, where you will be ten years from now? Will you be living at the same place, with same job and with the same habits? If you are satisfied with your life as it is, that’s fine, but if you want a different lifestyle, you have to do something about it. Your thoughts of today, and your habits, determine, to large extent, the kind of life you will live in the future. Based on your current thoughts, habits and behavior, what kind of life do you believe you will live ten years from now? If you are not married now, will you be married by then? How many children you will have…
  • The Future of Sales

    Darren Hardy, Publisher of SUCCESS Magazine
    Darren Hardy
    14 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    Last week I shared with you my most painful defeat when it came to my time in sales. Today, I want to put you up on your tippy toes and give you a look into the future, the distant future, and in these times, that means a whole 5 years out. Much of this comes from this prophetic advice and counsel comes from sales pro Tom Searcy, founder of Hunt Big Sales whom you heard me interview on the SUCCESS Magazine CD back in September of 2014. Let’s take a look into the crystal ball shall we, so you know how to adapt, change, improve and evolve. Here are the 3 biggest…
  • 5 Ways Ego Interferes With Your Happiness

    Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement
    Elizabeth Lehl
    18 Apr 2015 | 9:02 pm
    The word happiness is defined in most cases as a feeling of contentment, or as a feeling ranging from contentment to intense joy. Happiness is an innate desire of the human being, and indeed it is our birthright. The universe in which we live is arranged to provide for our happiness through the dynamics of the law of attraction. That is, we draw to us that which we place our intent upon. If we focus on people, activities, even things that we love, or positive outcomes that we desire, we will draw them to us because our thoughts are a form of energy that act upon the workings of the universe.
  • A Coming Out Story

    The Liberated Life Project
    Maia Duerr
    19 Apr 2015 | 12:03 pm
    “Tree of Life and Wisdom” yarn painting by Mariano Navarro Valadez “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure… Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do…
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  • 3 Simple Ways To Use Your Inner Values To Finally Find Work That Lights You Up

    Debashish Das
    20 Apr 2015 | 9:26 am
    You know the feeling you get when the ringing alarm jolts you out of your precious Monday morning sleep? The feeling that there is no point to getting out of bed because this week is just going to be like last week. And the week before that. And the one before that. Aren't you frustrated with waking up in the morning and wishing the whole day could go by in a blink? Aren't you tired of yearning to get to the weekend so you may breathe a little? The worst part is, you don’t even remember when your job turned into selling your soul in exchange for a paycheck. Deep down, you know you are…
  • 15 Tips Anyone Can Use to Conquer Shyness

    Alan Marsden
    19 Apr 2015 | 9:29 pm
    “You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” ― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936). Don’t Panic! That’s what you tell yourself when you’re approaching the front door to a dreaded party. Sure, you look calm on the outside, but on the inside you're full of  questions: “What am I going to say?” or “What if I don’t know anybody?” If placed  in a crowd of unfamiliar people, you seize up and over-eat. You spend your time on hobbies like…
  • 5 Ways Ego Interferes With Your Happiness

    Elizabeth Lehl
    18 Apr 2015 | 9:02 pm
    The word happiness is defined in most cases as a feeling of contentment, or as a feeling ranging from contentment to intense joy. Happiness is an innate desire of the human being, and indeed it is our birthright. The universe in which we live is arranged to provide for our happiness through the dynamics of the law of attraction. That is, we draw to us that which we place our intent upon. If we focus on people, activities, even things that we love, or positive outcomes that we desire, we will draw them to us because our thoughts are a form of energy that act upon the workings of the universe.
  • Being Different and Getting Over It: How To Accept and Improve

    Mikhail Blacer
    17 Apr 2015 | 11:24 pm
    Everyone's different: we flock together and become friends mainly because we have common interests. For example, the only reason why we're close to our acquaintances is because we support the same sports team. In many cases, being different reached extreme levels and could have caused us to become isolated from the people around us, particularly our loved ones. In my case, I was the only regular male student in my college class for a long time. It was difficult fitting in with my classmates, but fortunately, it all worked out in the end. However, being different can be seen as a flaw, and we…
  • 5 Reasons Cooking is Actually Good Meditation in Disguise

    Crystal Sykes
    17 Apr 2015 | 10:32 am
    You're lying in bed at night, trying to fall asleep.  As you start to doze off, you are overcome with an incredible feeling.  You can't quite put your finger on it.  Did you turn off the oven after dinner?  No, that's not it.  Did you prepare the coffee for tomorrow?  Yes, so that's not it.  That report for work...did you forget something?  No, you went over it three times, so that's not it.  You feel like the room is closing in.  Something is definitely wrong.  You're having trouble breathing and you can feel your blood pressure rising.  Then it hits you... ...the stress that's…
 
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    Darren Hardy, Publisher of SUCCESS Magazine

  • The Future of Sales

    Darren Hardy
    14 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    Last week I shared with you my most painful defeat when it came to my time in sales. Today, I want to put you up on your tippy toes and give you a look into the future, the distant future, and in these times, that means a whole 5 years out. Much of this comes from this prophetic advice and counsel comes from sales pro Tom Searcy, founder of Hunt Big Sales whom you heard me interview on the SUCCESS Magazine CD back in September of 2014. Let’s take a look into the crystal ball shall we, so you know how to adapt, change, improve and evolve. Here are the 3 biggest…
  • My Most Painful Defeat

    Darren Hardy
    7 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    I’ve never told this story. Partly because I never wanted to remember it. And mostly because it’s painfully embarrassing. It started out as a typical day prospecting for real estate sales. I parked my car at the end of the street, stepped out, took a deep breath and steadied myself for an onslaught of rejection. I carried a small notepad with me with 50 checkboxes on it. I wouldn’t allow myself to get back in the car until I had 50 rejections. Oh, I was used to the blinds being drawn as they saw me come up the street, or the eye through the peep-hole then…
  • Conquer Change Part 2

    Darren Hardy
    31 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    Last week I shared with you why we as humans often struggle with change due to our brain’s threat-reward system. To get you prepped and ready to start conquering change this 2015, let me first share a quote from my mentor Jim Rohn: “Your life doesn’t get better by chance. Your life only gets better by change.” Now, let me give you a half-dozen tips on taking control of your brain and regain the master position vs the subservient position to it. First it’s important to remind you that much of what we do on a daily basis happens without thinking—driving…
  • Conquer Change Part 1

    Darren Hardy
    24 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    Imagine the apocalypse is upon us. Let’s say Ebola or some other radical disease has reduced the planets population down to 600 people. Everyone is likely to die without help. But YOU have to make a decision. A scientist believes she has found a cure, but she isn't sure. She has two versions and can't bear to choose between them. Her scientific estimates are exact, but she leaves the choice up to you. Now here are your two options. Read carefully so you can choose correctly. Cure A is guaranteed to save exactly 200 people. Cure B has a 1/3 probability of…
  • Be a Social Architect of Innovation

    Darren Hardy
    17 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    It has often been said that the best way to predict the future is to invent it. And continuing to invent your future is going to be essential to your future and the future of your business and its ultimate success or failure. Peter Diamandis said to me back when we had him on the cover back in 2013, “Either you disrupt your product and company or someone else will. Standing still equals death.” So the responsibility of leading innovation falls on the leader: YOU. You have to be the social architect of innovation in your organization. It is YOUR responsibility to…
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    The Invisible Mentor

  • Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson, Book Review

    Avil Beckford
    19 Apr 2015 | 11:15 pm
    Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson, Book Review Katherine Paterson was inspired to write Bridge to Terabithia when her son’s close friend was killed by lightning. Published in 1977, Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson is a children’s book about the friendship between Jess Aarons and Leslie Burke. Nine year old Leslie is an only child and 10 year old Jess is one of five children and the middle child. Jess is feeling neglected as the middle child and doing too many chores in the household because his two older sisters are skilled at getting out of performing chores and his…
  • Post Women’s History Month: 3 Women of the Bible

    Avil Beckford
    16 Apr 2015 | 12:59 am
    Post Women’s History Month: 3 Women of the Bible Post Women’s History Month: 3 Women of the Bible In the last instalment in the series, Women of the Bible, we will briefly look at the lives of Esther, Mary Magdalene and Delilah. This post is not about religion or the Bible, but a look at some prominent women of the Bible. Related Posts Post Women’s History Month: Ruth – Women of the Bible  Post Women’s History Month: Jezebel – Women of the Bible  Esther: Do you play it safe, or risk your personal safety, standing up for what’s right? But what is the right thing to do? That’s…
  • Gilmore Girls Reading List: Books Mentioned on the TV Show Part IV

    Avil Beckford
    15 Apr 2015 | 12:10 am
    Gilmore Girls Reading List: Books Mentioned on the TV Show Part IV Gilmore Girls Reading List: Books Mentioned on the TV Show Part IV This is the final instalment in the series on the Gilmore Girls Reading List. One of the ways to read more books is to read books on topics that interest you. I have never been a history buff, but I learned about history by reading about people who interest me, and I learned about history through their eyes. I also was not a big fan of science fiction, but I decided that I would give it a chance and I started off with the foundation trilogy. Although science…
  • Gilmore Girls Reading List: Books Mentioned on the TV Show Part III

    Avil Beckford
    13 Apr 2015 | 11:29 pm
    Gilmore Girls Reading List: Books Mentioned on the TV Show Part III Gilmore Girls Reading List: Books Mentioned on the TV Show Part III I went out of town and thought I would take a break from the series on the Gilmore Girls Reading List, which I think is a good thing because it gives you time to digest the over 140 books I have already covered. If you are a fan of the Gilmore Girls show, and if you do not read a lot of books, might I suggest that it is a great time to read more books by simply reading some of the books from the 339 from the show over the seven years it was on TV. Related…
  • Gilmore Girls Reading List: Books Mentioned on the TV Show, Part II

    Avil Beckford
    9 Apr 2015 | 12:30 am
    Gilmore Girls Reading List: Books Mentioned on the TV Show, Part II Gilmore Girls Reading List: Books Mentioned on the TV Show, Part II Yesterday we started the series on the Gilmore Girls Reading List. As many of you already know, this year on The Invisible Mentor Blog, we are reading a book a week for 52 weeks. There are many reading challenges, but what makes this Challenge different is that we are connecting the ideas from the books we read, so it is important to record the big ideas from each book. At the end of each month, review your notes on each book you read, then connect the ideas…
 
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    Success Consciousness Blog on Self Improvement and Achieving Success

  • What to Do with Those Mistakes

    Alina Sukumaran
    20 Apr 2015 | 8:09 am
    Do you often make mistakes? Yes? I know, me too. Do you beat yourself up for days, sometimes for months? I used to re-live certain mistakes even years later, the pain and embarrassment of the whole scene making my temperature rise, my cheeks turn tomato red, and tears welling up in my eyes. Until a few years ago, when I became a little wiser. Or maybe I had already made a few too many mistakes to care so much. I had realized that only those who do nothing can be perfect (but obviously you don’t want to be that perfect, right?) I found that mistakes are part of the learning process and…
  • Where Will You Be Ten Years from Now?

    Remez Sasson
    11 Apr 2015 | 10:56 pm
    Sit down and think, where you will be ten years from now? Will you be living at the same place, with same job and with the same habits? If you are satisfied with your life as it is, that’s fine, but if you want a different lifestyle, you have to do something about it. Your thoughts of today, and your habits, determine, to large extent, the kind of life you will live in the future. Based on your current thoughts, habits and behavior, what kind of life do you believe you will live ten years from now? If you are not married now, will you be married by then? How many children you will have…
  • It Is Time to Celebrate the Deeds of Unsung Heroes

    Daniel Clark
    30 Mar 2015 | 12:03 am
    Just look around you! Can you see anyone helping an old lady cross the road, a man sweeping the road every day to keep it clean, the traffic police or a woman saves a small puppy from an accident? These are the unsung heroes of our society. These people work and do great deeds silently and without expecting anything in return. There are many unsung around who work meticulously so that the work is accomplished. People like company employees, workers or volunteers make great sacrifices in order to live and work. They do not expect anything in return. They do not get any recognition for their…
  • 6 Positive Ways to Start Your Day

    Remez Sasson
    22 Mar 2015 | 3:35 am
    What is the first thing you do when you wake up? Do you pull your blanket above your head, so you won’t hear the alarm clock and continue sleeping? Maybe the first thing you do is grab your smartphone and read your mail, text to your friends, or read the news. Most people, when they wake up in the morning, are not fully conscious and focused. It takes a few minutes until they get focused. For some people, it takes much longer. Others, are more extreme, and don’t want people talking to them until quite long after they wake up. But what do you do afterwards? Everyone goes through a…
  • A 7 Step Journey to Empower Your Life

    Jenna Drew
    9 Mar 2015 | 5:48 am
    “Life is a journey, and if you fall in love with the journey, you will be in love forever.” – Peter Hagerty From time to time, particularly in a new year or after a difficult situation has resolved itself, many of us take the opportunity to reflect on how we feel about our lives. Often, we ask questions of ourselves. Am I satisfied with where I am as a person right now? Can I refer to myself as a successful person? Reflecting on possible change brings with it new opportunities for growth as well as new challenges, so what do I want to achieve in the months ahead? Allow me to…
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    Success Circuit

  • Sasha McVeigh – British Country Singer Talks

    Michelle
    18 Apr 2015 | 11:22 am
    Creative, passionate and an amazing singer. Sasha McVeigh talks to me a little about her journey to where she is now, on a new tour with a new album. I personally believe there are not enough well known British country singers, Sasha McVeigh is a great one. Check her out and read on to see […]
  • Sonia Leigh – Hard Work Pays Off

    Michelle
    7 Apr 2015 | 3:24 pm
      I recently got the pleasure to talk to the lovely, hard working, pop/rock/country singer Sonia Leigh about her journey all the way up to her first UK tour and what she wishes to do next. Here is what she had to say.  Can you please introduce yourself and tell us a little about what […]
  • Stacey Solomon – X Factor Turned Shy

    Michelle
    4 Apr 2015 | 12:10 pm
    It has been a while since singer Stacey Solomon from Essex stormed onto our televisions and wowed the four X Factor judges with her rendition of Sam Cook’s Wonderful World. When I was asked to publish this interview I felt honoured to be able to share how this talented lady has been making herself known […]
  • Colby Melvin Making People SOAR

    Michelle
    3 Apr 2015 | 12:35 pm
      We last interviewed Colby Melvin in January 2014 so decided to catch up with him. Colby tells us about his new swimsuit range, big plans and inner turmoils. It has been a while since we spoke, how has your life changed over the past year or so? Omg! My life has been changed drastically […]
  • Toni Hickman – Singer and Survivor

    Michelle
    23 Mar 2015 | 4:38 am
    We often hear stories of American gang life, the drugs, sexual abuse and how bad it can be for people. It is often argued that once you are in that lifestyle that it is near impossible to escape. American singer Toni Hickman discusses how she escaped that lifestyle, suffered two brain aneurisms and is fighting […]
 
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    Jef Menguin

  • On Teamwork and Personal Accountability

    Jef Menguin
    12 Apr 2015 | 4:00 pm
    There is no I in teamwork. You must have heard of this hogwash before. The intention is to promote teamwork. Unfortunately, good intention is not enough. In an effort to promote teamwork, some team building facilitators forced the I to disappear. There is I in teamwork. That I is personal accountability. The next time you hold your team building workshop, observe how people construct their sentences when asked about the challenges in the organization. You will hear the following: “We should communicate better.” “Some of us do not care”. “We do not know our goals” “We…
  • One Book a Week Challenge

    Jef Menguin
    16 Mar 2015 | 2:09 pm
    This is my second personal challenge and I encourage you to join me. I will be reading at least one book each week. I will search for the most important lessons in each book, then I will share some of these lessons with you. I will be growing together with you. Join me. Pick a book each week and share with me — and everyone in the Simple&Better Community — your book. I will tell you the title or titles of the book I am reading each week. Share your discoveries at the forums. I am reading Made to Stick by Chip Heath and Dan Heath. Jef Menguin
  • How to become a remarkable speaker?

    Jef Menguin
    15 Mar 2015 | 2:35 pm
    There are speakers and there are remarkable speakers. You heard the former and you talked about the latter. The first time I joined Toastmasters was in June 2004. I have seen many speakers who know the mechanics of excellent speaking. I have heard thousands of speeches and I can only name a few of them. Some speeches I found difficult to remember after the speakers delivered them for seven minutes. As an evaluator, I found myself actively noting almost everything the speaker delivered so that I can share something of value. But most audiences aren’t evaluators. They do not listen to…
  • Read aloud to be natural.

    Jef Menguin
    15 Mar 2015 | 1:31 pm
    One excellent exercise is to read aloud daily. Choose one of the standard writers, such as Stevenson, Ruskin, Newman, or Carlyle. I also suggest you read Og Mandino, John Maxwell, and Jef Menguin (I am drinking instant coffee this early morning). While reading critically observe your delivery. Read standing up, and as if addressing an audience. This simple exercise will, in the course of a few weeks, yield the most gratifying results.
  • What can I learn from other speakers?

    Jef Menguin
    12 Mar 2015 | 3:00 pm
    To mold your style after your favorite speakers will make it difficult for you to find your own. Observe the methods of your favorite speakers.  Some of them will fit naturally to your own style and temperament. But to deliberately imitate others is a mistake.  Do not sacrifice your individuality. Jason said that he wanted to imitate me. He tried. I told him that he should stop trying for that will delay his growth, and make him look like a copy cat. When people told me that I am starting to be like somebody when I speak, only that I am younger, I simply smiled at them. I am me, not…
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  • Jennifer Lawrence: Staying Sane

    Douglas Eby
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:54 am
    “I don’t take any of my characters’ pain home with me… I’ve never been through anything that my characters have been through. “And I can’t go around looking for roles that are exactly like my life. So I just use my imagination. “If it ever came down to the point where, to make a part better, I had to lose a little bit of my sanity, I wouldn’t do it.” Jennifer Lawrence [‘The Hunger Games’, ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ etc] [imdb.com] But a number of actors say it is hard for them to leave their characters…
  • Relaxed about the audition

    Cat Robson
    19 Apr 2015 | 6:48 pm
    Monica Raymund comments about her audition for the tv series Lie to Me: “I just knew I wasn’t going to get it, so I was so relaxed about the audition that I got it. The same thing happened with my audition for Juilliard…” [From post on The Inner Actor] One of the key ideas of sports psychology is optimal arousal: if you are either too emotionally disengaged, or too anxious and aroused, you will not perform well. The optimum for many audition and performance situations is being energized but relaxed. Also see Stress articles and Anxiety Relief Solutions Related articles…
  • The Healing Powers of Yoga

    Douglas Eby
    19 Apr 2015 | 6:45 am
    By Melanie Slaugh A few years ago if you had told me that you could use the practice of yoga to help alleviate feelings of depression and self-negativity I would have probably laughed in your face. Getting out the door and to a yoga class was the last thing I wanted to do as I holed up in my apartment. It took reaching a breaking point and finally agreeing to go with a friend before I realized how practicing yoga can help increase a positive life outlook, and once I started I never turned back. Yoga helps you to tap into yourself and channel an inner connection that can offer a variety of…
  • Nancy Andreasen on the importance of both arts and sciences for developing creativity

    Douglas Eby
    18 Apr 2015 | 6:37 pm
    The Dana Foundation is “a private philanthropic organization that supports brain research” – the following is from an article on their site. At the Learning and the Brain Conference in Washington D.C., Nancy C. Andreasen, M.D., Ph.D., discussed the importance of providing students with a “liberal education” that combines the study of the arts and the sciences. She asked: How important are the arts for optimal development of the mind and brain? How important are the sciences? And how important is it to integrate both in our educational programs? Nancy Andreasen writes:…
  • Are You Highly Sensitive?

    Douglas Eby
    18 Apr 2015 | 6:33 am
    In an article of hers, Elaine Aron, Ph.D. describes some of the basic qualities of the personality trait of high sensitivity. Here is the article: You may belong to the 20% of us who innately prefer to think before acting. Are you famous for being slow to make decisions? Do you need more down time than your friends do? Are you bothered by noise, crowds, and having too much going on at once? Are you unusually conscientious? Creative? Have a rich inner life? This trait… is not new, of course, but has been misnamed as shyness, inhibitedness, neuroticism, or introversion (but 30% of us are…
 
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    Katarina Nolte

  • New Posts Below Old Ones – April 2015

    Katarina Nolte
    10 Apr 2015 | 11:36 pm
    A list of recently updated posts. The short URL for this post is: https://katarinanolte.com/WordPressBlog/7zH37
  • New Posts Below Old Ones – March 2015

    Katarina Nolte
    7 Mar 2015 | 11:00 pm
    A list of recently updated posts. The short URL for this post is: https://katarinanolte.com/WordPressBlog/giOq0
  • Interview: Mary DeWeber

    Katarina Nolte
    8 Jan 2015 | 11:06 am
    Today I'm interviewing Mary DeWeber, the author of "Their Tangled Hearts" and "Her Shattered Heart". The short URL for this post is: https://katarinanolte.com/WordPressBlog/JRwZS
  • 4-Book-Bundle # 1: Digestion, Diet & Hormones

    Katarina Nolte
    8 Dec 2014 | 12:22 pm
    Finally… Get rid of constipation, once and for all, by eliminating its causes. Regain regularity, lose stubborn fat and get your hormones in order. All in one fell swoop! Everyone gets constipated at some point in time and everyone wants to know how to get rid of constipation A.S.A.P. The short URL for this post is: https://katarinanolte.com/WordPressBlog/Euc6t
  • Interview: Elijah Akeem

    Katarina Nolte
    8 Dec 2014 | 8:38 am
    Today I'm interviewing Elijah Akeem, an entrepreneur, musician and music producer whose super cool 30+ hip-hop, dance, ambient R&B/soul tracks are a pleasure to listen to. The short URL for this post is: https://katarinanolte.com/WordPressBlog/W3EJv
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  • What Business are you in?

    Aviv Shahar
    1 Apr 2015 | 6:37 pm
    Powerful questions are perennially important. When you keep returning to them to reflect on new meanings they reveal, you are rewarded with fresh insights that help you reimagine and reinvent what you do. Powerful questions help you reframe your thinking, and transform the value you create for the people you serve. “What business are you in?” For successful leaders, reflecting on Peter Drucker’s famous powerful question is a perennial exercise. As the environment shape-shifts and evolves, they know they must ask themselves in a fresh and new way what business they are in.
  • The Key: What Tim Cook Can Teach You

    Aviv Shahar
    10 Nov 2014 | 8:44 am
    Here are eleven quotes in Tim Cook’s own words. In order to provoke your thinking and introspective reflection I inserted key questions below each quote. I encourage you to think about these questions and to add your own reflections. You can also use these questions to create discussions with your team. © Aviv Shahar
  • The Key: Are You Creating Collective Stupidity or Collective Breakthroughs?

    Aviv Shahar
    10 Nov 2014 | 8:41 am
    Here is a question for you: Twenty years into the coaching revolution, why do we see so many sub-optimal teams that produce collective stupidity instead of collective wisdom and breakthroughs? Read more here © Aviv Shahar
  • The KEY: World Cup Innovation Lesson

    Aviv Shahar
    14 Aug 2014 | 2:34 pm
    What can we learn from Germany’s winning the World Cup? How are these insights relevant to your organization’s innovation strategy? Successful innovation requires resilience, enthusiasm, the commitment of resources, a disciplined process, and the best minds of your organization working together and having conversations at a whole new level. The German team demonstrated a systems approach to its matches. Its members brought depth, focus, selfless team spirit, and disciplined execution. Read the KEY here.   © Aviv Shahar
  • The KEY: Lesson from the Israeli Air Force – Start Talking to Yourself

    Aviv Shahar
    14 Aug 2014 | 2:31 pm
    The Israeli Air Force discovered one of the best training methodologies I have ever encountered. In this KEY you will learn more about what I discovered during my fighter pilot course: talking out loud can make you more efficient. It can even save your life. Read the Key here.   © Aviv Shahar
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  • 4 Ways to Make Money through Online Marketing and Save It

    Krantcents
    20 Apr 2015 | 12:06 am
      You can find several ways to make money online. One of the best ways to make money online is through online marketing. Below are some ways that you could make money through online marketing. Do affiliate marketing Affiliate marketing involves marketing and promoting other peoples products in order to earn a small commission on the sale of products that you manage to direct people to buy. You can promote products without having to manage the sales process or hold onto the physical goods. Affiliate marketing can take place in several ways including: Set up banners and adverts on your…
  • Thinking of Buying a Rental Property in a College Town? Do Your Research First

    Krantcents
    17 Apr 2015 | 7:14 am
    If you have kids in college, or kids about to go away to college and you’ve looked at the price of on-campus housing these days, you may have thought to yourself, “boy that’s expensive.” Then, the investment side of your brain kicks in and you start to wonder about the potential return on buying a house near the college and renting it out to your daughter and five of her friends. If you’ve mulled over thoughts like these, rest assured, you’re not alone. According to an informal survey of Coldwell Banker agents conducted last year, more than one-third of agents across America have…
  • Recovering from a Massive Trading Loss

    Krantcents
    15 Apr 2015 | 7:15 am
    The most important element of successful trading is the ability to manage risk and maintain composure. Even the best traders in the world lose on a regular basis.  Success in trading therefore is not about avoiding losses.  In contrast, we must embrace the process of losing and learn to lose gracefully.  The best traders are also the best losers.  We learn that losing is simply a part of trading that can’t be avoided or ignored.   My friend Ross Cameron at Warrior Trading works extensively with new traders to help teach them the skills to maintain composure in stressful situations. In…
  • How to Select Good Tenants

    Krantcents
    13 Apr 2015 | 12:06 am
    How to select good tenants? If you ever thought about investing in real estate, renting out your home or a room in your home, you should read this!  Earning money from income property can make you rich or cause you a lot of problems!  Late rent, bothering other tenants, destroying property in their unit and elsewhere are just some of the problems you can avoid! So take it seriously! Details, Details, Details The best way to avoid  bad tenants is to never rent to them in the first place!  Take your time, do not rush!  Whether you buy an apartment building or rent out your home,…
  • Price Action with Binary Options

    Krantcents
    10 Apr 2015 | 12:04 am
    Price action is used in binary options to trade with current price behavior while placing less emphasis on past prices. You save more time using price action and see more trading opportunities There are hundreds of trading strategies available that advertise their performance, how accurate their market readings are and what you should do to get your hands on them. Yet, time and time again, the one form of trading that always seems to outperform the rest is price action trading. What is price action trading you ask? Well, it’s a form of trading that takes into account the chart patterns of…
 
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  • Coaching Quote of the Day 20th April 2015

    Jen Waller
    19 Apr 2015 | 9:31 pm
    “All methods are good except for the bad ones” (Swedish proverb) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 20th April 2015 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • Coaching Quote of the Day 19th April 2015

    Jen Waller
    18 Apr 2015 | 9:27 pm
    “To see far is one thing, going there is another.” (Constantin Brancusi) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 19th April 2015 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • Coaching Quote of the Day 18th April 2015

    Jen Waller
    18 Apr 2015 | 10:21 am
    “Know yourself to improve yourself.” (Auguste Comte) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 18th April 2015 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
  • 3 Common Coaching Traps To Avoid

    Jen Waller
    16 Apr 2015 | 10:30 pm
    In this weeks guest post leadership development coach Suzi McAlpine shares some of her expertise and experience. 3 Common Coaching Traps To Avoid By Suzi McAlpine Recently I was facilitating a workshop for an organisation that wanted its leadership team to become better coaches. And just FYI, big kudos to that company, for recognising the importance of developing coaching skills in their leaders. But back to the workshop. As the day progressed, I noticed a common theme emerging. Cue, lightbulb moment… The traps learner coaches fall into are the same traps I can fall into – even…
  • Coaching Quote of the Day 17th April 2015

    Jen Waller
    16 Apr 2015 | 9:47 pm
    “Time is the fairest and toughest judge.” (Edgar Quinet) The post Coaching Quote of the Day 17th April 2015 appeared first on Coaching Confidence.
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    Lauren Rains

  • Microadventure Brainstorm: Stand Up Paddleboard Across 26 mile Lake Dillion, CO USA

    Lauren Rains
    9 Apr 2015 | 9:10 pm
    I’m excited to announce I have another #microadventure turning it’s wheels in my head. For those of you who are part of the Microadventure community (and if you’re not I urge you to join!) and for those who love the sport of Stand Up Paddleboarding, I think you’ll get a kick out this. SUP ACROSS LAKE DILLON There’s a lake in Summit County, Colorado (this is where famous ski resorts like Vail and Breckenridge can be found). It’s maximum length is 26 miles long. Of course, it only makes logical sense to SUP across it, right?! Right. SUPing has been one of my…
  • Note: The Meanings of Songs Will Change For You

    Lauren Rains
    9 Apr 2015 | 8:49 pm
    You know something in you has changed permanently when suddenly the songs you’ve heard thousands of times, the ones you’ve listened to on repeat, the ones that have always evoked the same feelings in you, now sound like new songs with new meanings and feelings attaching to them. It’s as if you haven’t heard the song in years – you almost can’t remember how it used to make you feel – yet you still have the lyrics memorized by heart. And now you get to fall in the love the song all over again in a different way, at a different time in your life.
  • Consider a Simpler Life

    Lauren Rains
    8 Apr 2015 | 9:12 pm
    In the summer of 2014 I worked on a small, family-run organic vegetable farm in Midcoast Maine. I didn’t grow up in the country, nor did I ever have a huge interest in becoming a farmer. There was nothing really bringing me except this gut, instinct feeling that I wanted to feel what it would be like to live a simpler life, void of laptop screens and days spent running from place to place. I also wanted days spent outside in the hot sun with my feet touching the earth, using my body, using my hands. I have a feeling most typical citizens in Westernized countries don’t know much…
  • The Elephant In Your way

    Lauren Rains
    8 Apr 2015 | 7:41 pm
    There comes a certain point(s) in your life when you get so damn fed up with the way you’ve been doing things, and you just can’t have it anymore. It’s really that simple. You hit a wall, then you pound your fists and head and arms and feet into it over and over and over again convinced this is the way, until it finally hits you that you’re literally killing yourself trying these same old ways. That’s when you put your fists down, take a look at the damage, accept there’s a wall there, and make the only choice you have left: change directions – change your ways. Another way…
  • Essay 100: Do You?

    Lauren Rains
    6 Apr 2015 | 10:22 pm
    Do you believe in yourself? Do you believe in your ideas? Do you you give yourself the credit that your actions and words can impactful on the lives of those around you, for better and for worse? Do you have any damn clue how capable you are of greatness? Do you realize that your story and your creations have the power to spread across this world in a ripple affect of grace and empowerment and beauty? Do you acknowledge that you have a one-of-a-kind story unique to you and only you that is worth sharing? Do look in the mirror and see how incredibly beautiful you are? Do you see the depths of…
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    Deep Existence

  • Readers Beware: The New Wave Of Amazon Review Fraud Is “Within Posted Guidelines”

    Stephen Guise
    11 Apr 2015 | 3:05 pm
    It’s tough to make a living writing books. For some of us, it means we do our best to get noticed. For others, well, they cheat. The problem with cheating is that it’s not done in a vacuum. It hurts consumers, authors, and generally, the entire industry loses trust because of a few bad apples. Fortunately for me, my first published book, Mini Habits, has been very successful. Unfortunately, it made me a target. I thought that if I were a target, I would receive some malicious 1-star review from competitors. And well, that actually did happen once. Or I thought that people…
  • 5 Simple Ways to Change Your Posture and How You Feel

    Guest Author
    4 Apr 2015 | 1:41 pm
    This is a guest post by Sarah Williams. People today are in constant pursuit of ways to lift their moods. The body-mind connection is so strong that correcting a perceived physical flaw can cause an immediate boost in your mood. From Botox injections to tummy tucks, we are bombarded by an abundance of ways we can look and feel better about ourselves. Often overlooked, however, is a much less invasive way to improve our bodies and thus lift our moods: working on our posture.Numerous studies and articles have surfaced over the years suggesting and often proving that our posture has an enormous…
  • How To Live Like A Jellyfish

    Stephen Guise
    12 Mar 2015 | 9:36 pm
    As the most graceful creatures of the sea, jellyfish float effortlessly in their dark blue world. One might think jellyfish are completely at the mercy of the ocean’s currents, but did you know that jellyfish are swimmers? There are two ways that jellyfish swim—one way is by collapsing their bell to propel themselves. Other types of jellyfish can move many small cilia to rhythmically push water in the direction of their choice (see video below). 3 Steps To Live Like A Jellyfish 1. Chill out. Relax.  Life can be tough, but it doesn’t always have to be as tough as we…
  • How To Live Like A Snake

    Stephen Guise
    20 Feb 2015 | 9:55 pm
    Nice eyes (for a snake). Snakes aren’t found atop the “favorite animal” list of many people any person, but we can learn from their slithery ways. About a dozen times per year, snakes shed their skin and leave their old skin on the ground for someone else to clean up (I’m looking at you, park ranger). One way to live like a snake is to be messy and make other people clean up after you. Call me an optimist, but I think we can find a nicer way to live like this hissing reptile. Why Do Snakes Shed Their Skin? You are better than a snake. You know why? Yes, there are…
  • My Epic Trip To The Big Island, Hawaii (Liveblog)

    Stephen Guise
    4 Feb 2015 | 1:34 am
    Feb 3, 10:47 PM (Hawaii-Aleutian Time Zone (UTC-10:00)) I think life is too short not to be spontaneous, so I jumped on two planes to get my body to The Big Island, Hawaii. I have no plans other than to: Sleep in hostel See volcano Beach myself Write  Other than that, it’s all up in the air. It’s funny to me how some people script out their entire trip like a play, only because I’m completely opposite in my approach. If you think about it, traveling to a new place is already going to be well, new and different, so why not make your time there the same? I do have a rental…
 
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  • A Coming Out Story

    Maia Duerr
    19 Apr 2015 | 12:03 pm
    “Tree of Life and Wisdom” yarn painting by Mariano Navarro Valadez “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure… Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do…
  • How to Find Your Hidden Treasure

    Maia Duerr
    15 Feb 2015 | 7:58 am
    Thailand temple door / photo: Maia Duerr When I was a kid, I wanted to be a magician. My little friends often invited me to do magic tricks at their birthday parties; I even had an old, cast-off brown suitcase where I stashed all my magical accoutrements – the wand, scarves, cups and balls, a deck of cards, and much more! With a big black magic marker, I wrote on the outside of the suitcase: “The Great Duerrini.” Over the last few years, I’ve been re-visiting my love affair with magic, only now I understand it in a new way. Here’s what I believe: Magic happens when we take another…
  • The Koan of Staying Engaged and Letting Go

    Maia Duerr
    30 Dec 2014 | 9:28 am
    Planting a tree in Thailand, 2014 This article is based on a dharma talk I gave at Upaya Zen Center on December 24, 2014.  Prelude A number of years ago, I lived in Monterey, California, a beautiful city right along the central coast of California. The town next to Monterey is Pacific Grove, and one of my favorite places to go there was a grove of eucalyptus trees – this was the winter home of the monarch butterflies. When you walked into the grove and see towering eucalyptus trees, you’d think you were seeing their leaves draping down from the top of the tree to near the ground. Then…
  • Giving Thanks

    Maia Duerr
    26 Nov 2014 | 10:31 am
    It is not happiness that makes us grateful, but gratefulness that makes us happy. ~Brother David Steindl-Rast   This week, you’re probably receiving dozens of emails from businesses and blogs touting the virtues of gratitude – and encouraging you to buy things. Well, to be perfectly honest, this message is kind of like that… but it’s different, too. On this day before Thanksgiving, my heart feels full-up with thankfulness for so many reasons: For you, dear reader, as the Liberated Life Project celebrates her fourth birthday. Thank you for being a supporter for however long…
  • The 3 Building Blocks of Transformation

    Maia Duerr
    2 Nov 2014 | 1:05 pm
    True transformation occurs only when we can look at ourselves squarely and face our attachments and inner demons, free from the buzz of commercial distraction and false social realities. We have to retreat into our own cocoons and come face-to-face with who we are.  We have to turn toward our own inner darkness.  For only by abandoning its attachments and facing the darkness does the caterpillar’s body begin to spread out and its light, beautiful wings begin to form. ~Julia Butterfly Hill __________________________ This past month, I’ve been supporting the 24 people who are going…
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  • Why I Did Not Catch A Cold Or Flu This Winter – Motivational WebTV #86

    Clint Cora
    7 Apr 2015 | 11:50 am
    No Colds Or Flu This Winter I just finished the coldest ski season I can remember as we had a long, brutally freezing cold winter here in Ontario (and I’m sure in many other regions of North America).  With a FULL ski season which means being outside for several hours for an average of four to five days EACH week all winter long, I was exposed to the elements a lot more than most people who get to stay warm indoors working inside offices. However, despite the coldest winter on record, I still did not catch a cold or flu all season long.  In past winters even when it was not as cold, I…
  • Post Ski Season Spring Fitness Program 2015

    Clint Cora
    25 Mar 2015 | 6:54 am
    Spring Fitness Program 2015 As of this week, I’m still skiing and it looks like Blue Mountain up in Collingwood will still offer skiing into April. Last ski season, my final ski day was April 16 and I’m hoping that I can still ski until mid April this year. But I’ve already designed my post ski season spring fitness program for 2015. This spring fitness program will start immediately after my final ski day whenever it will be in April. Usually, my ski seasons have been so intense with being on snow an average of four to five days each week, I rarely did any strength training…
  • Did My Job As Ski Instructor

    Clint Cora
    1 Jan 2015 | 11:01 am
    Did My Job As Ski Instructor I just finished teaching skiing at the two December five day ski camps at Glen Eden once again this season.  Over the ten days, I taught many ski students from age 5 years to adult ranging from first time skiers to returning experienced ones. With so many ski students taught over ski lessons with durations from one hour to five hours in total, I had many interesting experiences as a ski instructor.  Two such experiences really stood out for me. From Ski Student To Fellow Ski Instructor The first one was with a young lady named Angela.  She was one of my ski…
  • How I Used Music In Martial Arts

    Clint Cora
    4 Dec 2014 | 8:05 am
    Music In My Martial Arts I remember the first time the martial arts tournament circuit started to allow competitors to use music in forms (martial arts routines) competition.  These were usually black belt competitors who performed their martial arts forms with a music track background. Back in those days, the music soundtrack was usually on a cassette tape through a boom box at the division ring or if a tournament was large enough, it would be played through a PA system. This was an exciting time since the whole concept of using music in martial arts was so new and many of us felt that…
  • My Own Ski Training Schedule This Winter

    Clint Cora
    2 Dec 2014 | 6:39 am
              My Ski Training Schedule For all alpine snow skiers past first or second timer level, ie, got through Discover Skiing – to have any significant improvement in your skiing, it takes mileage and ideally with coaching to make sure you are not continuing with bad habits. Ideally, you should aim to get in at least 12 to 15 ski days per season at minimum. Otherwise any changes, if any, will be minimal. I did not make this up – it’s well accepted among the ski pro industry and community. I do about 60 days per season. When I hear recreational…
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    Self Empowerment, Self Development , Self Help - planetnaveen

  • Small Habits – Ladders to Big Progress

    Alina Sukumaran
    2 Apr 2015 | 10:38 pm
    This is a guest post by Alina of http://pozitivistas.com/. If you would like to write a guest post for planetnaveen.com, follow this link. Over to Alina ….. — Your mind needs exercise just as much as your body does, that’s why I think of jogging every day :-) Humour aside, one of the most precious skills I learned […]
  • 10 Powerful Steps for Manifesting Your Goals and Dreams – PART II

    Zdravko Lukovski
    1 Apr 2015 | 11:30 pm
    This article is continuation of earlier article , to read part 1 – click here. In his previous post, Zdravko Lukovski talked about 5 steps for manifesting your goals and dreams, and this article he covers the remaining 5 steps. Over to Zdravko… —— Step #6 – Acknowledgement, Appreciation and Gratitude I think this one is […]
  • 10 Powerful Steps for Manifesting Your Goals and Dreams – PART I

    Zdravko Lukovski
    1 Apr 2015 | 11:22 pm
    This is a guest post by Justin Zdravko Lukovski  of http://EnlightenmentPortal.com. If you would like to write a guest post for planetnaveen.com, follow this link. The process of manifesting the things one desires can be different for anyone. We’re all unique and we all have our own subjective beliefs and attitude towards the world we live in. However, […]
  • The Law of Attraction in a Nutshell

    Justin Mazza
    12 Feb 2015 | 8:15 pm
    This is a guest post by Justin Mazza of Mazzastick.com , a widely popular personal development blog. If you would like to write a guest post for planetnaveen.com, follow this link. I know Justin from quite sometime now through his blog which has tons of great content about personal development. With his in-depth writing style , […]
  • Take the First Step – Because that’s the Hardest

    Anuradha Ramchand
    12 Jan 2015 | 7:43 pm
    This is a guest post by Anuradha Ramchand. To guest write on this blog, please check this page. Wanting to quit your job and start a new business? Waiting to apologize to someone who means a lot? Struggling to begin a workout regime that you have been dreaming for many years? Desperate to spend time […]
 
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  • Longwood Gardens

    Harley
    15 Apr 2015 | 6:03 pm
    It’s been a long winter, and though it was a chilly day in the gardens, I was so ready to welcome spring with exploring.
  • 2015 Wedding Giveaway

    Harley
    7 Apr 2015 | 12:32 pm
    With 2015 well underway, I want to thank all who have and continue to invite me to capture your wedding day. It is such an honor and a privilege to be there to turn moments into memories. I am passionate about finding beauty in moments and help tell your story.In thanks, I am giving away one wedding photography package, as well as 5o and 25% off for two other couples.If your ideal photo style is romantic, with lots of natural light, please apply! Inspiration is everywhere, and I love finding beauty in all places and ways to tell your story in the details of your wedding.To enter: Please…
  • Beauty in your backyard

    Harley
    1 Apr 2015 | 5:34 pm
    These days recently have been filled with lots of reflection, inner thinking, and creation. Following the rhythm of how I feel, letting my heart guide me. There is a pull to go far and wide to take photos and make it a performative art where I am going off in search of wild and stunning destinations, but more often, I am learning that many beautiful things are right here in my backyard. It’s been a constant artistic exercise to find and connect with the inherent beauty and wonder in my surroundings. To always be on the look out for bits of beauty, maybe at night, or at different times…
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    Live Bold and Bloom

  • 20 Life-Changing Books From My Favorite Bloggers

    Barrie Davenport
    16 Apr 2015 | 5:21 am
    I can’t understate the profound impact books have had on my own personal growth. Authors like Eckhart Tolle, Byron Katie, and Brene Brown have led me to life-altering shifts in my world view. They have given me invaluable tools for overcoming life’s inevitable difficulties and for finding real and lasting happiness. Embracing the power of the… Continue Reading… The post 20 Life-Changing Books From My Favorite Bloggers appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • Angry People: 10 Ways To Deal With Hotheads

    Barrie Davenport
    13 Apr 2015 | 5:40 am
    “Knowing your own darkness is the best method for dealing with the darknesses of other people.” – Carl Jung Several years ago, I was sitting in on a management meeting for one of my public relations clients. The executive director of the organization asked the marketing director a question, to which she made a… Continue Reading… The post Angry People: 10 Ways To Deal With Hotheads appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • 6 Strategies To Boost Your Body Image And Self-Esteem

    Barrie Davenport
    9 Apr 2015 | 4:05 am
    I’m going to ask you a question: what part of your body do you hate? I bet you had an answer in a nanosecond. In fact, I bet you’ve stood in front of the mirror and stared at the body part, despising its unwelcome attachment to you. You’ve probably attempted to suck it in, tighten… Continue Reading… The post 6 Strategies To Boost Your Body Image And Self-Esteem appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • Fear Of Failure: 7 Ways To Get Unstuck And Take Action

    Barrie Davenport
    30 Mar 2015 | 12:35 pm
    Ask yourself: what is standing in the way of finding your passion, reaching your goals, and living your dream? Maybe your immediate answer is money, time, confusion, lack of skills, or low motivation. But if you’re really honest with yourself, it all boils down to fear. Fear of failure. Fear of loss. Fear of rejection. Fear that you… Continue Reading… The post Fear Of Failure: 7 Ways To Get Unstuck And Take Action appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • Unhappy Marriage: How To Decide Whether To Stay Or Go

    Barrie Davenport
    24 Mar 2015 | 8:04 am
    You roll over in bed in the morning and look at the person lying next to you. Is this the person you thought you married? Do you feel anything close to the connection and intimacy you felt when you were first together? Perhaps now all you feel is angry or irritated. Maybe you’re hurt, bored, or… Continue Reading… The post Unhappy Marriage: How To Decide Whether To Stay Or Go appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
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    Abundance Tapestry

  • The Theory of Nothing

    Evelyn
    19 Apr 2015 | 7:25 pm
    “The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.” Stephen Hawkings The title of the movie, The Theory of Everything, is intriguing, to say the least. The story is based on a memoir and it is about the tireless search of theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking to find a single universal equation for all existence. More specifically, The Theory of Everything is a theory in physics that unites the four fundamental forces of nature: the strong force, the weak force, gravity and the electromagnetic force. The movie had turned out to be interesting. I…
  • Story by Seniha: Learning Manifesting Tools

    Evelyn
    12 Apr 2015 | 7:35 pm
    “Don’t live your life by default. Claim the life that you are meant to live by manifesting it.” – Abundance Tapestry Seniha was a lovely client whom I worked with from the start of this year. She was very kind in agreeing to share her story. Here was what she said….. Where she once experienced a lot of doubt, Seniha is a lot more empowered now. She knows how to release her doubts and worries effectively, so that they do not get in the way of her intentions. Setting clear intentions does go a long way for successful manifestation. The tools that she had learnt in the…
  • Detach from Your Money Drama

    Evelyn
    5 Apr 2015 | 9:55 pm
    “What is standing in your way to abundance is the money drama that is playing in your head.” – Evelyn Lim If you are not already aware, there is a script going on in your head. It may well be the same script that has been playing for many years. Unfortunately, while there are some positive themes, the script plays a mostly negative one especially in the area concerning money. In fact, there are days when it is kind of like a soap drama. Essentially, the movie projects a world, that is doomed and on the verge of collapse, and that everyone is out against you and that you have…
 
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    LifetoSuccess.com

  • When Your Dream Dies

    John Clark
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:56 am
    This is a great video by Randy Gage (@Randy_Gage)… Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, God Bless You, John Clark
  • What to Do When You Want to Quit Your Job

    John Clark
    19 Apr 2015 | 6:34 am
    In this video, I tackle what to do when you want to quit your job. This is an emotional time for most and sometimes scary and sometimes exciting. Which is it for you? Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, God Bless You, John Clark
  • 7 Habits that Can Make You Rich

    John Clark
    16 Apr 2015 | 4:30 am
    In this video, Randy Gage (@Randy_Gage) explores the 7 habits that can make you rich. Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, God Bless You, John Clark
  • Top 3 Qualities of the Most Successful Sales Professionals

    John Clark
    15 Apr 2015 | 3:30 am
    This is another winner from the great, Brian Tracy… In this video, Brian explores the Top 3 Qualities of the most successful sales professionals. Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, God Bless You, John Clark
  • How To Have Good Mojo

    John Clark
    14 Apr 2015 | 3:30 am
    This is another great video from Brendon Burchard. In this video, Brendon explores the subject of having positive energy in your life. Make sure to watch this video from beginning to end, take notes and TAKE ACTION!! As Always, Here’s to Your LifetoSuccess, God Bless You, John Clark
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    Your Success At Last

  • Being Happy At Work Starts At Home

    Tracy@SuccessAtlas.com (Tracy Brinkmann)
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:01 am
    When your personal relationships are struggling, the stress can negatively affect every other area of your life! So I thought I would share these three tips on mending your relationship... you know... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Your Success At Last Revelation On Achieving Success

    Tracy@SuccessAtlas.com (Tracy Brinkmann)
    30 Mar 2015 | 8:56 pm
    Times are changing faster then ever before. I had a revelation that I need to keep up with those times or be felled by those nimble innovative people out there that will. We all have to update our... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • What To Look For In A Coach or Mentor

    Tracy@SuccessAtlas.com (Tracy Brinkmann)
    27 Mar 2015 | 7:52 pm
    Why Should You Get a Coach? There are many reasons why we hire a coach or get a mentor and just as many reasons why we do not hire a coach or avoid a mentorship. A coach is not for everyone. But, if... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Why You Should Get A Mentor Or Coach

    Tracy@SuccessAtlas.com (Tracy Brinkmann)
    26 Mar 2015 | 4:14 pm
    Why Should You Get a Coach? Well...what is easier: Working toward your goals alone through trial and error, or seeking the guidance and direction of someone who's been there and done that? The... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • The Structure Of Personal Change

    Tracy@SuccessAtlas.com (Tracy Brinkmann)
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:45 am
    Personal change starts first inside you with a shift in your thinking. After that only then can resulting external changes begin to grow from this solid internal foundation. Okay so now that you know... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    Maria Erving

  • Ever Wondered Why God Failed You?

    Maria Erving
    20 Apr 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Ever Wondered Why God Failed You? Have you ever gone through something difficult in your life where you asked God for help where he then failed to help you? Millions of people all over the world continues to experience that God is not helping them, that their prayers are not answered and when they need [...]The post Ever Wondered Why God Failed You? appeared first on Maria Erving.
  • Random Questions From Readers

    Maria Erving
    17 Apr 2015 | 6:15 am
    Sometimes I receive questions that can be answered in a few sentences, or I can point the person who asked the question in a certain direction, usually towards some of my older articles. Here follows a few of the most recent questions I have received and my answers to them: “I don’t feel connections to [...]The post Random Questions From Readers appeared first on Maria Erving.
  • Free Will, Spiritual Surrender and Acceptance

    Maria Erving
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:31 am
    Do we have free will, or not? What an intriguing question, isn’t it? Today I want to give away this weeks Teleclass for free to all members of mariaerving.com and to everyone on my mailing list. Simply log in to access the recording here on this page. (It’s only visible once you log in.) After you have listened to it I would love to hear your thoughts and opinions and so on about it, so comment below and let me know what you think! If you’re not a member or on my mailing-list, then you can join here: Become a member (and get access to all my articles and more.) Join my…
  • Spiritual Meetings in Velez-Malaga

    Maria Erving
    15 Apr 2015 | 2:27 am
    I invite you to come to Velez-Malaga for spiritual meetings where I will be teaching and speaking about different spiritual topics that has to do with spiritual transformation, the awakening process, and transformation of consciousness. Our first meeting will be about intuition and self-awareness; it’s going to be a fun and enlightening evening where we have a closer look at: Who we are and who we are not, because we can only really know ourselves fully when we know who we are not. A big part of the spiritual path is about unlearning, letting go and surrendering to the natural flow of…
  • A New Level of Awakening (2/2)

    Maria Erving
    10 Apr 2015 | 7:45 am
    Continuing from part 1; .. When I got there I sat there for a few hours just meditating and talking with God about everything I had experienced in the past few months prior to that, my cat’s death was one of them, but I had also had some profound spiritual openings and awakening experiences that [...]The post A New Level of Awakening (2/2) appeared first on Maria Erving.
 
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    Personal Excellence

  • Is It Too Late to Pursue My Dreams? [Ask Celes]

    Celes
    12 Apr 2015 | 10:34 am
    Hey everyone! While we’re in the middle of the life purpose series (part 3 is coming up, stay tuned), today I’m excited to address reader Marie-Anne’s question on whether it’s too late to pursue her dreams. While Marie-Anne is 60, she asks a question that’s actually shared by many even in their 20s, 30s, and 40s. Most people tend to assume that it’s too late to pursue what they want to do, especially if they’ve been working in a totally unrelated field. So, is it too late? And if it’s not too late, what can we do? Watch my reply below. (If you’re unable to see the video…
  • Why Have a Life Purpose? 5 Reasons You Should Have a Purpose

    Celes
    24 Mar 2015 | 10:46 am
    This is part 2 of a series on how to discover your real purpose in life. If you haven’t done so, read part 1 first: How to Know If You are Living Your Life Purpose NOW “When a man does not know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right wind.” ~ Seneca “Having a purpose is the difference between making a living and making a life.” ~ Tom Thiss “Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.” ~ John F. Kennedy Have you ever wondered, What is “life purpose”? Is it some woo-woo thing that only people who meditate…
  • How to Know If You are Living Your Life Purpose NOW

    Celes
    11 Mar 2015 | 2:20 pm
    This is part 1 of a series on how to discover your real purpose in life. “The biggest threat to our well-being is the absence of moral clarity and purpose.” ~ Rich Sherman “The unexamined life is not worth living.” ~ Socrates “Here is the test to find whether your mission on earth is finished. If you’re alive, it isn’t.” ~ Richard Bach Have you ever wondered what your life purpose is? How do you know if you are living your life purpose or not? Well, here’s a simple test: If you are not living each day with excitement, energy, and passion, then you…
  • “I’ll leave love to fate.” 5 Myths Keeping You from Finding Love, Debunked

    Celes
    25 Feb 2015 | 3:03 am
    For a long time, I wanted to set up this friend of mine. She’s attractive, smart, and an overall great catch. But every time we talked about love, dating, and possibly setting her up, she’d respond with, I’ll leave things to fate. At first I thought, Okay, maybe she’s just not ready. But then one year passed. Three years. Five years. It’s been six years, and she’s still single. While there’s nothing wrong with being single, my friend does want to be with someone, but she does nothing about it, instead always saying, “I’ll leave things to…
  • The Day I Got Married ♥, Part 2: Wedding Ceremony

    Celes
    10 Feb 2015 | 5:17 pm
    This is part two and the last part of my wedding series featuring my wedding with Ken Soh. If you haven’t, check out part one first where I share pictures of my preparation in the bridal room before my walk down the aisle: The Day I Got Married, Part 1 ♥ (From The Day I Got Married, Part 1 ♥)   Our Childhood & Relationship Montage [Video] As I was telling reader Calae in part one, one of my goals of this series is to allow all of you to experience my wedding as if you were there with me on my big day. Really, if we could have our way, we would have loved to invite all…
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    Mazzastick - Conscious Evolution

  • What is Quantum Jumping?

    Justin Mazza
    9 Apr 2015 | 7:35 am
    “It’s been said that life begins at 40, not so. For me life always begins tomorrow.” ~ Burt Goldman Quantum Jumping is a method for people to source fresh ideas, answers, and skills from alternate versions of themselves. The technique itself is based upon quantum physics and the idea that an infinite number of alternate universes already exist. There may be a parallel universe where Obama didn’t win or perhaps another universe where you were born in Thailand. The possibilities are endless. For every decision you make, every turn you take, there exists a parallel universe where you…
  • What Hypnosis Can Do for You

    Justin Mazza
    2 Apr 2015 | 10:12 am
    Hypnosis – huh – what is it good for? Absolutely anything. That might be a slight exaggeration, but the truth is that hypnosis is being used more and more regularly to treat a wide range of conditions. Apart from its well-known benefits to help people quit smoking, lose weight, gain confidence, and a host of other self-help issues, the practice is gaining wider acceptance in the treatment of illness and disease. One of the problems with hypnosis is the word itself. It’s been hyped to the max in Hollywood movies and the like, when in reality hypnosis is nothing like that. Hypnotizing…
  • How to Release Anger, Get Rid of Pain, Enjoy Peace

    Justin Mazza
    26 Mar 2015 | 6:11 am
    “The key to securing the happiness that is yours forever is to discover how to discharge the negative feelings you’ve accumulated. By discharging these negative feelings, you will not only increase the happiness in your life, but everything else will get better too! Money, health, relationships, looks, you name it!” – Lester Levenson I want to tell a story from a friend that stopped me in my tracks when I first read it. In 1952, at age 42, a wealthy New York physicist and entrepreneur was sent home to die. His body was riddled with disease, and he had less than two weeks to live.
  • Carol Tuttle’s SoulPrint Healing

    Justin Mazza
    16 Mar 2015 | 7:25 am
    When Your Soul Speaks Do You Listen? There’s nothing more beautiful, liberating and blissful than living true to your soul. It’s as though you have a spiritual guide with you at all times helping you live your highest purpose. But how connected are you to your soul? Do you hear it clearly when it speaks to you? Are you living the life of affluence, happiness and bliss your soul desires for you? Sadly, many of us are not. At least not as fully as we could be. Negative energetic influences drown out our soul’s guiding light and lead us away from our path. Whether it is social…
  • Pleiadian Prophecy 2015-2017: World Revolution

    Justin Mazza
    24 Feb 2015 | 11:20 am
    I found this video on You Tube the other day and wanted to share it with you. I know many of you enjoy predictions but as always, remember to use your discernment with any information you read or hear. The Pleiadians are a collective of multidimensional spirit beings from the Pleiades star system, and have been speaking through Barbara Marciniak since May of 1988. The Pleiadians are here to assist humanity with the process of spiritual transformation.  Pleiadians: As we were discussing earlier the hidden design or designs of reality are revealing themselves. And more people are discovering…
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    Val Nelson

  • Do Solopreneurs Get Sick Time Off?

    Val Nelson
    27 Mar 2015 | 1:12 pm
    I work for myself, which some of us call being a “solopreneur.” In a way that word sounds so lonely, as if everything is on your own shoulders. No employer and no employees to rely on. Some people think that means there’s no help, and there’s no room to be sick or a take time off. Well, I’m here to contradict those stereotypes: There IS Support. You better let in help or your business won’t make it. Seriously, every self-employed person who is making it has people behind the scenes who are helping in significant ways. It might be a spouse, an accountant, a…
  • Shyness and the Part that’s Hard to Talk About

    Val Nelson
    10 Feb 2015 | 4:36 am
    I saw an incredible movie recently, Buck. It’s a documentary about the real “Horse Whisperer.” It got me thinking about something that must be talked about, but is hard to talk about in public. So let me try. I’m goin’ deep and gettin’ personal here about the roots of painful shyness. The film told the story of Buck Brannaman, who is known for his gifted connection with horses, and training horses without using harsh methods. (His story was fictionalized in the book and film, The Horse Whisperer.) When you watch him with a horse, you can see why they call…
  • How Do I Answer “What Do You Do?” When It’s… Complicated?

    Val Nelson
    5 Feb 2015 | 8:43 am
    “What do you do?” seems to be one of the most dreaded questions. Especially for people in transition or who feel like what they’re doing might be judged. It makes us squirm a little…. or a lot. It can be especially hard for introverts and perfectionists who like to think before talking and then speak in a thorough way. It’s hard to find a good simple answer! And yet, we are faced with this question so often. It might sound like this in your head when you get that question: “I better have something good to say, Now!” “They’ll think…
  • Do You Hate Small Talk?

    Val Nelson
    3 Dec 2014 | 9:07 pm
    Can you relate to this networking event nametag?That dread of so-called “small talk” is a classic concern of introverts. It might be the crux of why we are sometimes seen as anti-social. If we’re going to stop dreading certain social situations (networking events, holiday parties…), we have to deal with our dread of small talk. Common worries I’ve heard from introverts: “People think I’m a snob just because I’m not interested in the conversation.” “I’m not shy and I am friendly, but I don’t like small talk about…
  • Are You Rushing Around Like a Squirrel?

    Val Nelson
    22 Aug 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Feeling squirrely this time of year? Racing after nuts before winter? (Photo by David Johnson, click for his site.) This seems to be the start of many conversations I’m having in late August… “Maybe it’s the change of seasons, but I am… off/ spinning/ questioning everything/ feeling squirrely/ jittery… [fill in your own words].” I am feeling it. Are you? I started looking at my calendar for September and I could get overwhelmed if I’m not careful. I’ll be speaking at two new places in September, and launching 3 programs in September and…
 
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    BAKER THE BRAND DOT COM - Baker Jacinto's Inspiring Blog

  • 2 Simple Tips To Getting Into Action

    Baker
    20 Apr 2015 | 2:39 pm
      Procrastination. It is something you don’t want to do, but still do it. Why is this? Well procrastination, is common in all humans. However, into getting action gets things done. As you start doing what you love and start seeing income from this. The next best thing is to getting into the habit of [...]
  • 2 Things That You Should Consider When Reaching For Your Big Dreams In LIfe

    Baker
    17 Apr 2015 | 11:24 am
    There are people that want to achieve their big dreams in life. Yet, why is it that only percentage wise a select few actually achieve their big dreams in life? One of the big dreams I never even had was writing and having a published book that is now in 9 different languages and is an [...]
  • Magic Carpet Journey To New Eden – Book Review

    Baker
    14 Apr 2015 | 5:26 am
      I was approached by author Carol Watson, on her new book called Magic Carpet Journey To Eden. Carol’s exciting soon to be released book is also  published under same publishing house my self help book was published in Virgo Ebooks. Who is Carol Watson? Carol Watson is a multimillionaire with 12 years experience as [...]
  • Rising Above Your Mistkes

    Baker
    10 Apr 2015 | 6:45 pm
    Mistakes. It is something some dread, while others look forward to. Why would some look forward to making mistakes? Because when you make them you can correct and learn along the way. As you will see that in this post that mistakes are part of your journey. Your Personal Learning Process The more you can [...]
  • 2 Tips To Joy

    Baker
    10 Apr 2015 | 9:50 am
      Living in joy. Do most people  live it? A joyful life begins and ends with you. When you living in joy you are living a good life. When you are not living in joy you are not living a good life. A good life begins and ends with you attitude. How you perceive  your [...]
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    News To Live By

  • 11 Quick Ways to Make a Lasting Impression

    Danny Rubin
    14 Apr 2015 | 10:18 am
    Small gesture. Big impact. Whether you apply for a job that’s full time, part time or temporary, small details leave a big impression. That’s because competition is tough, even for temporary and contract positions. The American Staffing Association (ASA) found staffing firms created 11,400 jobs in March 2015, up 5.3 percent from March 2014. I spoke with Richard Wahlquist, the president and chief executive officer of the American Staffing Association, about what it takes to land a job, temporary or otherwise. “Because many businesses are still coming out of the…
  • How to Build a Professional Network in a New City

    Danny Rubin
    7 Apr 2015 | 2:01 pm
    New city, new plan.   Do you want to move to a “big” city like Los Angeles, Boston or Washington, DC? Before you choose an apartment, check out the new interactive guide from HotPads, an apartment and rental home search engine. As part of a report on the most affordable cities for 2015 college grads, HotPads shows you the ideal neighborhood based on your occupation and median income. Example: if you’re a computer programmer in Miami who makes $65,000 a year, you can expect to spend 28 percent of your salary on rent in an area called Wynwood and 14 percent in Flagami.
  • How to Catch the Most Mistakes When You Edit

    Danny Rubin
    31 Mar 2015 | 2:35 pm
    Baseball — the edited version. Do you like the idea of baseball in the summertime, but you don’t have the patience for all nine innings? You’re not alone. As we kick off the 2015 season, Major League Baseball execs will institute several new rules to speed up the game and make fans happy. For instance: – hitters must keep one foot in the batter’s box at all times so they can’t step out after each pitch and waste time – you’ll now see a timer on the scoreboard that measures breaks between innings; 2 minutes, 25 seconds for locally televised…
  • The Best Money I Ever Spent on My Career

    Danny Rubin
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:52 am
    Millennials love to spend money on experiences rather than things. Who needs stuff when we can use our dollars and cents to see and do? Almost three years ago I made a small investment that has afforded me an experience and something tangible. In August 2012, I spent $111.34 to purchase a website domain and hosting fees from Bluehost. That balmy day inside my tiny apartment in Washington, DC, I secured newstoliveby.net, one year of hosting and began to blog about the career advice “hidden” in the news. Why that topic? I love the news and to teach other people communication…
  • 3 Adjectives That Weaken Your Job Application

    Danny Rubin
    24 Mar 2015 | 12:52 pm
    Style over substance. What a “Schocker.” When Aaron Schock resigns from the House of Representatives this spring, few people will focus on the impact he made in Congress. Why? For starters, the Illinois politician never sponsored a bill that became a law. But more importantly, Schock, who has come under fire because of a spending scandal, is best known for a ‘Downton Abby’-inspired office and bare-chested cover photo for Men’s Health. Heavy on the style. Light on the substance. What’s worse, Schock was a rising millennial politician. At 33 years old,…
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    The Code of Extraordinary Change

  • How to Beat the Fear of Criticism

    Steve Errey
    15 Apr 2015 | 1:00 am
    A few years ago I was in a meeting room being told that the way I’d handled a project was embarrassing.I was dumb-founded. I thought I’d done my best under challenging circumstances, but here was my boss telling that she was embarrassed by my sloppiness and that I should be too. She told me I had to do much better and that she wouldn’t put up with it.I felt my stomach drop through the floor and the blood rush to my face.I felt ashamed, angry, upset and confused. And I handed in my notice a week later.That was probably the worst criticism I’d ever received, and as…
  • 20 Questions That Can Change Your Life

    Steve Errey
    8 Apr 2015 | 1:00 am
    I could ask you what your favourite cheese is or whether you prefer ballet or ham, but I don’t think the answers would be very productive.Mildly interesting maybe, but hardly useful.For useful answers—answers that give you real insights that you can take away and do cool shit with—you have to ask useful questions.Here are 20 of them, and they just might change your life.What’s the real reason I’m doing this? A course of action can be started for any number of reasons (fitting in, avoiding pain, feeling sexy), all of which might seem perfectly fine at first. But there are…
  • The Fear of Unmet Desire

    Steve Errey
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:00 am
    Desire.U2 sang about it. Oscar Wilde toyed with it. Chocolate inspires it.And we’re all full of itMy head wants to see my name on the spine of a book in a bookstore, because it would be bloody brilliant to be a published author. My heart keeps going back to Portland, because I desire the fun and flow that I’ve experienced there many times. And the list of things my body craves would probably wrap around the Earth 4 or 5 times.The things you want and the desires you have do strange things to you. They get your heart thumping, your blood flowing and your eyes sparkling. Sometimes…
  • Confidence: Love Not Strength

    Steve Errey
    18 Mar 2015 | 2:00 am
    Digging deep into this whole confidence thing is sometimes like being mentored by Leonardo Da Vinci.Just when I think I’ve figured it out, he goes all crazy in the coconut, yells at me that I know nothing and urges me to look deeper, look at it with fresh eyes, promising wonders.Then he disappears with a flourish and invents a bloody helicopter. “Leonardo,” I shout, “Already got those pal.”So I grapple and I prod and sometimes I get a bit pissy, but then another layer gets revealed and a whole new world opens up.Leonardo was right. Of course he was. He’s…
  • Why You Should Forget About Being Happy All The Time

    Steve Errey
    11 Mar 2015 | 2:00 am
    I wrote last week about happiness and control. How they get on about as well as an extra in Christian Bale’s eyeline or a stripper at a Papal picnic.We concluded that happiness was a choice, not an outcome.And I left you with a question to ponder.If you accept that happiness is a choice you can make, then why the hell aren’t you happy all the time?Sounds good, doesn’t it? Being happy all the time?A big smile on your face, a spring in your step, a little less roof in your room (thanks Pharrell).But yet, there isn’t a person on the planet who’s happy all the time.
 
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    Love Guide by Dr Prem

  • Could your office romance really be a viable relationship?

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    9 Apr 2015 | 2:47 am
    Spending a great deal of time in office, sometimes doing extra hours just to ensure your good position in the company, and living with the team as one family, all are qualities of efficient employees who take a company to all new heights. They are good employees and are supposed to maintain the office decorum and value the work ethics but first they are human beings. They have an instinct called love in them, and this naughty instinct makes some employees fall in love with each other, and majority of the times the office romances have disastrous consequences not only for the couple but for…
  • Signs that show you are in a codependent relationship

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    26 Mar 2015 | 3:20 am
    There are many types love relationships and one of them is the codependent relationship. To find out whether your relation matches this category or not, first you need to know what exactly a codependent relationship is. Codependent Relationship Being in love with someone is to value that person a lot, to do things to make that person happy, and to sometimes even forego one’s choices and likes just in order to make him or her happy. So far so good, but the problem called codependent starts when one partner or both the partners in a relationship start loving their partner so very much…
  • Lovely logics that make life blissful

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    23 Mar 2015 | 3:20 am
    Very few human beings feel the contentment for long in their lives, as some or the other thing crops up that makes them sad or leaves them craving for something they do not have. To have a strong desire for something you do not have is good but to ignore all your blessings and only crave for what you do not have makes life miserable. Whether you have less or much, you should always be thankful to God and count your blessings, as this is the key to happiness. There are some other lovely logics, if people start applying them in their lives, they would never feel discontentment and sadness in…
  • Knowing the culprits that make people fall out of love

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    21 Mar 2015 | 3:20 am
    Falling in love is just so good and falling out of love is annoying and frustrating. No matter how much we hate it, it is a part of so many people’s lives. Even if one partner falls out of love, it eventually leads to a breakdown of a relationship. There are some reasons that underlie people falling out of love, and following are some of those reasons: Absence of balance Ideal balance between compromise and individuality is a key factor that makes two people together in a relationship, happy and satisfied almost forever. The day one partner starts overpowering other partner’s…
  • Impress her on the very first date with these tips

    Dr Prem Jagyasi (c)
    18 Mar 2015 | 3:20 am
    Sometimes even the smallest gesture can impress a woman, while the other times whole lot of preparations cannot do. Women really are complicated and it is a task to impress them. This is what many boys and men think, don’t you? First date is very crucial, as most women do not wait for the next date but decide on the very first date whether the man is worthy to date or not. Therefore, you have to be impressive enough on your first date and following are some tips that can help you impress her the very first time itself: Be on time Nobody likes to wait, and if it is a first date then by…
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    The Start of Happiness

  • How I Went From Idea to $4,000 in 6 Weeks

    Brendan Baker
    1 Apr 2015 | 3:01 am
    Hey, Last week I bought a new house! It’s absolutely amazing… Sylvia and I can’t wait to move in to our new home in just a few weeks. Over the last couple of years the Sydney property market has been going bananas and we were never really thinking about buying a new home because of the crazy prices… but we decided to start looking 4 weeks ago and what do ya know, we bought one! Aside from that, I’ve been super-busy the last 6 weeks working on my Gradrecruit business. Gradrecruit helps connect university graduates with employers. What has made it extremely busy is that March and…
  • 5 Things I Wish I’d Known Before I Changed My Life

    Maria Stenvinkel
    21 Jan 2015 | 3:48 am
    When I look at my life today compared to one year ago, I can’t believe how much that has changed. At this time a year back, I had recently found out about a friend’s suicide and I was struggling with getting back into my ‘normal’ routine. I was living in Paris at the time and everyday, instead of finding my way back, I became more and more uncomfortable with my situation. Finally I had reached a point where I knew my current situation was unsustainable. I had to change, and I had to change big. So I left my well-paid job and moved from Paris. I began to challenge myself daily in all…
  • Launch Your Life! Announcing the New Course That is Set to Make 2015 Your Best Year Ever

    Brendan Baker
    14 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
    The Launch Your Life Academy is now LIVE! Please access the Launch Your Life Academy here.    If you haven’t already noticed, there are big plans for The Start of Happiness! As we continue to be recognised as one of the most quality, genuine providers of real, personal growth strategies and tools, we have greater opportunity for building something bigger not only for ourselves, but also in the world around us. As you saw from our results in one of our recent Life and Happiness survey, I was shocked to see so many people living unhappy lives and not living out their passion…
  • Top 100 Personal Development Blogs for 2015

    Brendan Baker
    6 Jan 2015 | 3:26 am
    We’re kicking off 2015 with an absolute bang! Damn, I love this time of year. It’s all about setting your year up for massive success and what better way of doing that then presenting you with the best personal development blogs for 2015. In fact, we bring you the Top 100! This is the third year that we have compiled the Top 100 personal development blogs and every year we see more and more blogs adding great value to people all around the world. I must say, because of all the awesome value that everyone is putting out there on the internet, it is getting harder and harder for…
  • Top 100 Motivational & Inspirational Quotes For 2015 (Images)

    Brendan Baker
    1 Jan 2015 | 3:57 am
    Happy New Year and welcome to the Best Year of Your Life! I’m so excited to be entering 2015 and I want to share my excitement with you. I’ve spent hours crawling through the web trying to find the best quotes to keep me motivated and inspired all throughout the New Year. I’ve saved hundreds of quotes on my laptop and figured that words alone could motivate and inspire me… but if I couple the quotes with motivational and inspirational images then that will really keep me motivated and inspired! So after choosing the best motivational and inspirational quotes from the…
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    Big Picture. Fine Focus.

  • Everyday Gourmet: Always. Only. Deliciousness.

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:00 am
    Breakfast Ideas Morning Zinger (recipe below + 1 tbsp maple syrup + 1 tbsp chia seeds + 1 tsp cinnamon) The inspiration to my Morning Zinger (I sometimes use organic pumpkin seed protein powder) Steel-cut oats with chia seeds, blueberries, cinnamon, and maple syrup Loaded Veggie Platter With a Side of Ezekiel Bread   Lunch & Dinner Ideas Broccoli & Boursin Calzones, recipe by Sara Moulton Lemony Garlic Roasted Chicken, Kale, & Sundried Tomato Pasta Roasted Broccoli & Cremini Bowties Arrabiata Roasted Broccoli Mac & Cheese Spicy Thai Lemongrass Fried Rice  …
  • Beauty & Blessings: This Week’s Goodie Bag!

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    18 Apr 2015 | 6:15 am
    #givepresence is a challenge, a movement, a lifestyle that LULULEMON introduced in December 2014. It was a way of encouraging us to consider that the greatest gift we could give each other was/is our presence.   They created a whole site dedicated to this movement and truth be told, every season of our lives is gift giving season (not just at Hanukah or Christmas). Every day we are all invited to give of ourselves to others and our world in a way that leaves them better than we found-a little sweeter, a little more energized, and little more loved. #givepresence is an invite for everyday…
  • It’s T & F Season…

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    14 Apr 2015 | 4:45 am
    I’ve always been a fan of track & field. There are so many different events that make up track & field. Some athletes are track stars while others excel at the field sports and some compete in both. What I love about track and field is the variety. It’s an individual sport and a team sport. This reminds me of the journey of life. We are all part of a greater team and yet an essential part of the process is finding the sports/events that we excel at. Why is this important? Because by training/refining/competing in the sports that we are great at, it gives our team a…
  • Beauty & Blessings: This Week’s Goodie Bag

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    11 Apr 2015 | 5:35 am
    Wonder and Awe(some). Every Day. Everyday/every moment is a daily invitation to each one of us to open our hearts before we open our eyes; open our heart before we open our mouthes; open our heart so that we can truly, fully live.   Q: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE RICH? These amazing folks challenge the way we think, believe, and see success, significance, and living the “good life.”   I first became fascinated with this unconventionalist last year after Drew brought home a copy of Sportsnet Magazine and said, “you’ll like this.” The “this” he…
  • BIG NEWS! The LS4 Lifestyle Collection Has Arrived:)

    Big Picture Fine Focus
    8 Apr 2015 | 8:26 am
    It’s here! It’s here! Looking for an inspirational gift or something to brighten up your wall (office, bedroom, house)? Check out the newly launched LS4 (pronounced L-is-for) Lifestyle Collection now available on ETSY! Here you will find cards, art pieces, books, and more that are inspired by Life(style) and fueled by Love. LS4 is an engine used in cars. At Big Picture Fine Focus, LS4 represents the engine that makes your life run and function optimally. L can be life, lifestyle, love, learning, laughter, legacy, loyalty, luxury, laid-back, left-brain, light, lifework, limitless,…
 
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    FeelingSuccess

  • ‘Bugsy’ Siegel Ruthless Perseverance

    Darcy Hayer
    19 Apr 2015 | 7:32 pm
    Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel, the man who many credit for the creation of Las Vegas’ now notoriously known nightlife. “Bugsy” was a Jewish mobster and according to FBI records, one of the most ruthless and feared gangsters of his time, clearly nothing that relates to original “Feeling Success” material, so why is this article of Bugsy written? No, not to inspire you to be some sort of wannabe gangster, but instead to look past all of the infamous mobsters’ negative traits, and see what positive traits one can learn from. After all, there was a point…
  • Simon Cowell Is A Go-Giver!

    Michael Sanghara
    18 Apr 2015 | 12:42 pm
    As obnoxious as Simon Cowell may seem, he actually has a soft, humble side that most people do not know about. The music tycoon was one of United Kingdom’s top charity donors coming in at number 165, as he makes the annual Giving List for the first time. He apparently gave away $1.6 million pounds over the course of just one year which ranks him very high among celebrities. His generosity leads him to more success, and it always has. He has a whopping net worth of nearly half a billion and Simon Cowell has been a well-known philanthropist for some time now as his accumulated wealth is a…
  • 30 Genius Vincent Van Gogh Quotes

    Michael Sanghara
    17 Apr 2015 | 3:09 pm
    Dutch painter, Vincent Van Gogh is universally widespread known for being a legendary painter who had major influential power during the 20th century. He was known as an impressionist painter who created many visual portraits of landscapes and people. And although he is an iconic figure today, he was not during the period of time he was alive, as he was fairly poor and unknown to the public. Van Gogh lived a short life and suffered from mental health issues throughout which led to his death at just age 37. His art work, however, would live on essentially forever. Here’s 30 powerful and…
  • Neil Gaiman Make Good Art Inspirational Speech

    Darcy Hayer
    17 Apr 2015 | 12:59 pm
      Neil Gaiman (author of many books including Coraline) gives one of the best keynote commencement speeches we’ve heard. In the speech Gaiman talks about the importance of passion, failure and the many other lessons he learned along the way of achieving his dream of being a writer. Here are the things he wish he’d known when starting out: Firstly, when starting in the arts, you have no idea what you’re doing. If you don’t know it’s impossible it’s easier to do. And because nobody’s done it before, they haven’t made up rules to stop anyone…
  • Corey Perry Quote

    Michael Sanghara
    17 Apr 2015 | 12:56 pm
    “You can’t sit there and be in awe. You got to go out and do it.”  - Corey Perry
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    Think Outside the Lines

  • Think and Grow Rich

    outsidethelines
    5 Apr 2015 | 8:24 pm
    Every single day, I find myself fascinated by the idea that we become what we think. When I was 12, I took piano lessons from a woman in my neighborhood. She was a rather eccentric woman who, as I look back, was probably a bit ahead of her time. Her perspective on the world was very spiritually-oriented. This woman was all about energy, and took the notion of higher consciousness to a whole new level. At the time, all I really wanted to do was learn to play the piano. I had no interest in becoming more spiritually mindful at age 12. What I didn’t realize at the time, however, was that she…
  • Thought for the day…

    outsidethelines
    14 Mar 2015 | 1:10 pm
    Thought for the day: It all begins and ends in your mind. #empowerment #FREEDOM #deisgnthelifeyouwant
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    Married with Luggage

  • Episode 109: Create Your Portable Business So You Can Have Freedom to Live Where You Want with Natalie Sisson

    Warren
    15 Apr 2015 | 3:30 am
    Listen to the Show http://traffic.libsyn.com/marriedwithluggage/Podcast_109_-_Start_a_Mobile_Business_with_Natalie_Sisson.mp3 Download Episode #109 Episode 109 of the Married with Luggage Podcast is about how to create a portable business so you can have the freedom to travel – or whatever else you want to do. About the Episode Back in 2011 we sat in a pub in Scotland, more than six months […]
  • Taking the final steps to embarking on a big dream (Podcast #108 w/Alison and Andrew)

    Warren
    8 Apr 2015 | 2:15 am
    Episode 108 comes to you from sunny Spain. If you need a dose of inspiration for making a big change in your life, then belly up to the bar, because we’ve got a nice big serving of it in today’s episode. Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to […]
  • What our personality types reveal about us (Podcast #107 with Jessica Butts)

    Warren
    1 Apr 2015 | 2:57 am
    Episode 107 comes to you from sunny Spain. Today we’re going to find out what our Myers-Briggs scores mean and how we can use this information to have a better relationship. Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” ~ Aristotle Show Notes In last week’s episode we discussed how learning your personality type, and that of […]
  • How the Myers-Briggs Test Can Improve Your Love Life (Podcast #106 with Jessica Butts)

    Warren
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:23 am
    Episode 106 comes to you from rainy Spain. Today we’re talking about Myers-Briggs personality profiles, and how you can use this test to improve your relationships. It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences.” ~ Audre Lorde Show Notes Have you ever taken a personality test? […]
  • I Wrote a Romance Novel (Podcast #105 with Betsy Talbot)

    Warren
    18 Mar 2015 | 1:14 am
    Episode 105 comes to you from rainy Madrid, Spain. Today we’re sharing the behind-the-scenes story of how we published a bestselling romance book. (Well, it just published yesterday so it’s not a bestseller yet, but we have our fingers crossed!) A writer is someone who has taught his mind to misbehave.” ~ Oscar Wilde Show Notes What […]
 
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    The Personal Freedom Project

  • 21 reasons Why Happy People Actually Live Longer

    Diana
    3 Apr 2015 | 1:00 am
    “You live longer once you realize that any time spent being unhappy is time wasted”. ~ Ruth E. Renkl Is it even possible for happy people to live longer? Research has shown this to be true, so, this made me curious. What was it about happy people that enabled them to live longer?   Using […] The post 21 reasons Why Happy People Actually Live Longer appeared first on The Personal Freedom Project.
  • 17 Ways Successful People Think Differently About Money

    Diana
    7 Feb 2015 | 8:39 am
    Warning: an open mind is required for this exercise. Talking about wealth and money is a sensitive topic for many people. If you are one of them, chances are, you are holding on to negative beliefs that you picked up from those around. Inspired by Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker, Mindvalley […] The post 17 Ways Successful People Think Differently About Money appeared first on The Personal Freedom Project.
  • 15 Powerful Ways To Be True To Yourself

    Diana
    8 Jan 2015 | 2:34 pm
    What makes you a ‘fake’? Desperately seeking to please other people? Why do you go around putting on different masks on a daily basis? Is there a way we be true to ourselves without ‘selling out’? In different places and situation there are things, we certainly would or wouldn’t do, but that’s called common sense. […] The post 15 Powerful Ways To Be True To Yourself appeared first on The Personal Freedom Project.
  • Overcoming Fear – The Minimalists Guide

    Diana
    12 Nov 2014 | 5:29 am
      Overcoming fear to follow your hearts desires and your deepest wishes is the hardest part because until you do, you stay stuck. Fear can hold people back for years and even for someone’s whole life where their dreams never become realized, only to be taken to the grave. Fear dictates our lives in most cases, our […] The post Overcoming Fear – The Minimalists Guide appeared first on The Personal Freedom Project.
  • How To Make a Vision Board You’ll Love

    Diana
    6 Oct 2014 | 7:19 am
      Ahhhh… Vision boards. And finally your going to create one unless your just browsing. Well let me tell you why you should make one. In fact the first video does exactly that. So I won’t bother with the details. But what I will say is that vision boards are probably the most effective visualization […] The post How To Make a Vision Board You’ll Love appeared first on The Personal Freedom Project.
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    Simple Life Strategies

  • Life Lessons from Bali

    Zoë B
    6 Apr 2015 | 4:47 pm
    I gotta say – I LOVE Bali. Love , love, love, love, love it. Not just a little bit – A LOT. Every single time I come here, I always walk away a little wiser, ALOT more relaxed and a whole more in tune with who I am. This magical island connects you with who you really are. Yesterday, I left the cocoon of our villa to visit the beautiful town of Ubud. And oh my, what nuggets of wisdom I collected while I was there! Wayan our driver picked us up early. He bounded over to see us, his usual cheerful self, grinning from ear to ear. But Wayan is no ordinary driver. He knows stuff. And that’s…
  • Finding your passion does not equal happiness

    Zoë B
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:37 pm
    And a Happy Tuesday to you from beautiful Bali… I’ve been soaking up the relaxing vibes here and learning from the Balinese people – who have a bit of a knack for being happy. It’s funny because we seem to have it back to front in the west.. We look at happiness as some kind of mathematical equation. If we do X then Y will equal happiness. And it’s something I see all the time with my private clients who are looking to find their passion and do work that they LOVE. It’s this idea that once we figure everything out – THEN we’ll be happy. And yet…
  • How Authentic Is Your Life Right Now?

    Zoë B
    22 Mar 2015 | 10:58 pm
    I have a saying. And it goes a little something like this… “Don’t should on yourself.” (all my private clients are nodding their heads right now having heard me utter these words before :)). OK so…I’ll explain. How often do you do things because you feel like you should? You know – those things that you don’t really want to do, but you end up doing them anyway out of some kind of obligation. Those are the things that hurt us the most deeply are they not? Those are the decisions that we almost always end up regretting later on down the track. Why? Because whenever we do…
  • 12 Inspiring Quotes from Marianne Williamson

    Zoë B
    16 Mar 2015 | 5:02 pm
    Marianne Williamson is such a huge inspiration. She’s a teacher, author and more recently a politician. I remember the first ever quote I read from her. It was from her book: Return to Love (and wow what a book that is…) It left chills down my spine: “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, ‘Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?’ Actually, who are you not to be? Your playing small does not serve the world. There is…
  • How to use fear to get what you want

    Zoë B
    9 Mar 2015 | 3:14 pm
    How often do you think about turning your dreams into a reality? Maybe you’ve had some ideas about a new business you could start up? Or a different career path you could take? Or maybe there’s a passion project in the back of your mind just waiting to come to life? Whatever it is, have you stopped to think about what has stopped you from moving forward? You know, I speak to people from all over the world, every week about their dreams, hopes and desires. And it’s always the same thing that crops up time and time again. The one thing that stands between them and what they want out of…
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    Think Smarter World

  • The Core Principles of the New Spiritualist

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    16 Apr 2015 | 6:37 am
    Dutch spiritual writer Lisette Thooft wrote an outstanding article in the May / June 2013 edition of a The Intelligent Optimist magazine in which she succinctly summed up the core principles of the New Spiritualist movement. This grouping is often identified with the phrase “Spiritual but not Religious”.  The basis of the article is that an increasing number of people over the last 30 years have moved beyond organized religion into a realm where they believe that there is “something” beyond our ordinary reality.  This “something” points to a more inward and direct connection…
  • Inequality – The Choices We’ve Made – A Concise Timeline

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    12 Apr 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Most of us recognize that Inequality is a growing problem and last year Thomas Piketty in his book, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, gave a data driven economic analysis on the self-feeding implications of capital concentration in the hands of the few.  But to get a better understanding of the various political decisions that have lead to the current situation, Yes! Magazine created a stunning visual timeline of Hedrick Smith’s analysis from his book - Who Stole the American Dream?.  Putting Piketty’s work together with Smith’s fleshes out the Systems Thinking analysis of the…
  • “Stop Stealing Dreams” – A Systems Thinking Approach to Our Current Educational System

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    9 Apr 2015 | 1:14 pm
    In April of 2014, author and entrepreneur Seth Godin, wrote a very profound and insightful manifesto on the state of our current K-12 educational system – Stop Stealing Dreams.  If you have school age children, you will have probably noticed the same issues that Mr. Godin speaks of.  The acute problem is that the continuing test-driven, information memorization educational model no longer makes sense in a period when robotics and the internet make rote memorization less important.  What is more important is making connections across different functional domains, how to access the…
  • Neuroscientist Dr. Olie Johansson exposes dangers of Electromagnetic Fields – VIDEO

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    9 Apr 2015 | 12:46 pm
      Neuroscientist exposes dangers of Electromagnetic Fields. Video presentation by Dr. Olie Johansson – Associate Professor in the Neuroscience department of the world-renowned Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. The presentation takes place at a technical seminar for physicians on the Environment and Health in Barcelona, Spain. If you have come to accept that we are energy beings, then you can probably understand that being bombarded by EM fields from all our various technology devices, including WiFi and Cellular services, could have dangers for our health. Dr. Johansson…
  • How Information Overload Sabotages Our Observation Skills – VIDEO

    jay_kshatri@yahoo.com
    9 Apr 2015 | 12:26 pm
      Bob Hambly, Creative Director, Hambly & Woolley design firm in Toronto:  examines the topic of observation in this video presentation – how we’ve become visually complacent, how we are manipulated to see certain things, how important it is to have good observational skills, and how we can go about improving them. This is something we can all get better at. And the better we get at observing, the better we will get at generating creative ideas. “Roughly 25 years ago, it took five full workdays to view the amount of information we now observe in 24 hours. Due to this…
 
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    Be a Light To The World:

  • What The Mustard Seed Teaches You About Making A Difference

    Ikechi Awazie
    17 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    I do believe that you should think like the Mustard seed. There is so much that you can learn from this seed. In a time where unworthiness and self-insecurity seems to be the trend, we need to stand up to the pressure and go make a difference. So how does knowing about the … The post What The Mustard Seed Teaches You About Making A Difference appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • Under The Influence: A Guide To Make You Cool and Feel Super Confident

    Ikechi Awazie
    12 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    A man under the influence of alcohol sees the world differently from the rest of us. He sees possibilities that he never imagined which we cannot see. What an unusual ability to be able to see the world differently? But wait a minute! Do you actually think I would want to … The post Under The Influence: A Guide To Make You Cool and Feel Super Confident appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • Rethinking: You are the Light of the World

    Ikechi Awazie
    3 Apr 2015 | 5:00 pm
    He was known as a Leader; He was known as a Friend; He was known as a Teacher; He was known for his wise words and most importantly he was known to be an expression of love. So we celebrate the deeds of a great and noble man. One that changed … The post Rethinking: You are the Light of the World appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • What Step Up Revolution Teaches Us About Making A Difference

    Ikechi Awazie
    29 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    I have been watching the Step Up movie series for some time now. Among the movie series, one that has inspired me so much is no other than Step Up Revolution. Its not about the dancing or music; check out other series and you will see that the music and … The post What Step Up Revolution Teaches Us About Making A Difference appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • 3 Reasons Why You Should Never Blame Anyone In Your Life

    Ikechi Awazie
    21 Mar 2015 | 10:00 pm
    When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don’t blame the lettuce. You look for reasons it is not doing well. It may need fertilizer, or more water, or less sun. You never blame the lettuce. Yet if we have problems with our friends or family, we … The post 3 Reasons Why You Should Never Blame Anyone In Your Life appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
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    newaccra magazine

  • Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2015; Ten Things To Look Out For

    10 Apr 2015 | 4:15 pm
    The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is here with us again. The music festival which rewards artistes and celebrates Ghanaian music is happening on Saturday 11th April, 2015. The theme for this year’s awards is ‘Ignited by Passion, Powered by 25million Fans’. Here are 10 things to look out for; 1. This is the sixteenth year of the awards and no female artiste has ever won the overall Best
  • OUT NOW! The Newaccra Achievers Report 2015; 30 Ghanaians About To Shake The World

    31 Mar 2015 | 3:56 am
    Newaccra Magazine has released the 2015 edition of the Newaccra Achievers Report, a celebration of unsung Ghanaians making impact and showing promise in diverse fields. This year’s report is titled ‘The Newaccra Achievers Report 2015; 30 Ghanaian achievers about to shake the world’. A total of thirty individuals who are making impact and showing future promise in diverse fields were
  • Meet our new website - Newaccra.com

    6 Jun 2014 | 3:00 am
    Thank you so much for visiting Newaccra Magazine We have great news for you - We have now moved to a brand new website! Because you make time to read our work, we have built the new site to make your visit more enjoyable. Our brand new website - www.newaccra.com does more for you; We have dedicated categories for all the topics you are interested in We make it easy for you to share the
  • 7 tips to become a great leader

    3 Jun 2014 | 2:49 am
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  • Maya Angelou; 5 things most Ghanaians don't know

    30 May 2014 | 7:38 am
    Hours ago, Maya Angelou said goodbye to this earth. Here are five things most Ghanaians don't know about this phenomenal woman and her connection to Ghana. 1. Maya Angelou lived in  Ghana for three years between 1962 to 1967. When she left the USA, she went to Egypt with her partner. When they separated, she came to Ghana and started working in the administration office of the
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    NLP Singapore - Training Courses | Jacky Lim

  • NLP and Productivity: The Ingredients to Better Work Performance

    Jacky Lim
    15 Apr 2015 | 3:12 am
    How is your value in the workplace measured? It is not about how much numerous tasks that you do, but it all boils down to the results you produce from doing efficient yet effortless work. After all, it is not about being busy as a bee, but what you are busy about to yield that coveted golden honey. Think of it this way: you are valued when you can make things happen. Now, let me put that into a single important word: Productivity. If you are productive, you are valued. Make Things Happen But productivity comes with one seemingly challenging obstacle that probably most of you are afraid of.
  • NLP Anchoring

    Jacky Lim
    30 Mar 2015 | 5:33 am
    Don’t you just wish that you have the ability to change your state of mind just like that and make it work in your favor? Most of us struggle with this, because when untrained, it can be tricky for us to take control of our immediate reactions. NLP Anchoring helps us to be able to take the reigns to create the right responses. What is NLP Anchoring? Anchoring is a technique where you associate an internal response to an external or internal trigger so that you will be able to access the right response quickly. This is a conditioning technique wherein the association between the stimulus…
  • Which Wealth Color Are You? A Glimpse Into the Wealth Spectrum Test

    Jacky Lim
    23 Mar 2015 | 6:24 pm
    They say that “At the end of every rainbow is a pot of gold.” You may think that that is just an old Irish myth, well, you better think again because that is actually true. No, I am not pulling your strings here. There really is some truth to it, but metaphorically, of course. So, hear me out first. Previously, I provided you with a sneak peek on what to expect if you take the Wealth Dynamics Profile Test. Essentially, the test allows you to understand “who you are” to get a better idea on which role you need to take on to get ahead and the concrete steps you need to do to reach your…
  • The 7 Ways to Get a Successful “YES!”: Learn to Harness the Power of Persuasion

    Jacky Lim
    17 Mar 2015 | 1:54 am
    “What’s your superpower?” I am pretty sure you have been asked this question one too many times when you were a kid. It must have roused your young and imaginative mind and answered it in the most enthusiastic manner, am I right? And if my guesses are correct, the ability of flight, super strength, lightning speed and the power of invisibility were probably one of your marvelous choices. But as you grew older, while certainly an amusing thought still to have superpowers, you realize that it is certainly impossible to possess any of these. Taking reality and practicality into…
  • The Hat You Wear Determines Your Success in Wealth

    Jacky Lim
    24 Feb 2015 | 12:50 am
    A Sneak Peek into the Wealth Dynamics Profile Test Image Source: Jon Hamm of Mad Men, Pinterest What kind of hat do you wear? For every head, there is always the right hat to wear. The same holds true with your wealth success. Yes, you heard that right. The key to achieving your success in wealth could very well depend on the hat that you put on your head. Let us take cue from two iconic childhood characters, which have been admired for the hats they wear. Just think about it, if only The Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland worn the appropriate hats throughout the story, he would not have gone…
 
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    Newaccra Magazine - success, personal development, healthy lifestyle, current sports & entertainment

  • PRESS RELEASE- Junior Camp Ghana grows with its Internship Program for Senior High School Graduates

    Newaccra
    15 Apr 2015 | 6:07 am
      For Immediate Release Press Contact jcinternships at ghanathink dot org.   PRESS RELEASE From June to August 2015, Junior Camp Ghana is rolling out a Ten Week Internship Programme for Senior High School leavers. This programme is meant to expose them to the world of work. The Internship Programme will focus on grooming 10 participants in their various fields of interest, as they undergo 8 week internships at companies in Ghana. These will include Agriculture, Technology, Art, among others. The Junior Camp Internship Programme will boost their confidence and capacity to improve…
  • You Can Now Pre-Order ‘Become a Healthier You’ by Irene Danquah, ANutr

    Newaccra
    15 Apr 2015 | 5:56 am
    You can now pre-order the hard copy of BECOME A HEALTHIER YOU by Associate Nutritionist, Irene Danquah. The informative book which was released on April 2, 2015 on Amazon is now coming out in hardcover in Ghana, Africa. Author Irene Danquah is Newaccra.com’s health contributor, and Team Lead of Olime Health, a total health brand. As an Associate Nutritionist, Irene is registered on both the UK and Ghana’s nutrition associations. She has spoken on health issues on The United Nations’ World Food programme’s discussions, radio, and other platforms. Irene holds BSc Biochemistry…
  • Meet Lily Kudzro; The Lady Who Is Bringing Out The Creative Side of Ghanaian Children.

    Newaccra
    14 Apr 2015 | 5:36 am
    Lily Kudzro is a clear example of how to use creativity to deal with obstacles. When financial difficulty forced her to drop out of university in 2009, she refused to sit down and watch her world come to an end. Rather, she used her natural creative skills to provide for herself. Over the next three years, this determined young lady survived by taking the jobs she could find. Interestingly, without a university certificate, she managed to land some meaningful and highly paid jobs with just her creative abilities. “I even served as the Program Director for Mentoring Women Ghana, a…
  • Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2015; Ten Things To Look Out For

    Fatima Ibrahim
    11 Apr 2015 | 2:00 am
      The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is here with us again. The music festival which rewards artistes and celebrates Ghanaian music is happening on Saturday 11th April, 2015. The theme for this year’s awards is ‘Ignited by Passion, Powered by 25million Fans’. Here are 10 things to look out for; 1 This is the sixteenth year of the awards and no female artiste has ever won the overall Best Artiste of the year award. The last time a female artiste was nominated in the ultimate category was in 2012, when Efya and Becca lost out to Sarkodie. 2 Natural girl MzVee has been nominated in the…
  • 3 Success Lessons You Can Learn From The Newaccra Achievers List 2015

    Eric Kumah
    7 Apr 2015 | 3:21 am
    It is good to celebrate the success of other people. It is even better to learn from them and improve yourself. Last week, thirty of Ghana’s unsung impact makers were honoured in ‘The Newaccra Achievers Report; Thirty Ghanaians About To Shake The World’. This list has generated a lot of excitement in the area of youth achievement. If you look beyond the honour and pay close attention to the conduct of the honourees, you will notice at least three behaviours common among successful people;   Successful people are humble By far, humility and gratitude were the most common…
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    Why I Left Google

  • [Video] Your Vocation: Albert Einstein and Leonardo da Vinci on Achieving Mastery

    Arman Assadi
    26 Mar 2015 | 6:30 am
    Total Reading Time: 3 minutes. Total Watching Time: 6 minutes. Understanding is a kind of ecstasy.  - Carl Sagan If you’re a bibliophile (i.e., certified book addict) like me, the euphoric rush and ecstasy that comes with new knowledge entering the mind isn’t foreign to you. This is what true learners live for — that ... The post [Video] Your Vocation: Albert Einstein and Leonardo da Vinci on Achieving Mastery appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • Premeditation: How Your Thoughts Create Your Future

    Arman Assadi
    11 Mar 2015 | 10:00 am
    Total Reading Time: 5 minutes. You walk into a cafe ready to place your laptop down on the nearest table and get some work done. Sitting opposite you is a person around the same age. From the way he has his laptop positioned on the table you can see there’s not enough space for your laptop ... The post Premeditation: How Your Thoughts Create Your Future appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • [Video] The Truth about Why I Left Google and the Illusion of Job Security

    Arman Assadi
    5 Mar 2015 | 6:30 am
    Total Viewing Time: 5 minutes, 47 seconds.  It’s time to share the real story behind one of the key reasons I left Google. In this video I also talk about a very important topic that affects almost everyone at some point in their lives: job security. By the way, notice anything funny going on in the background ... The post [Video] The Truth about Why I Left Google and the Illusion of Job Security appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • The True Science of Forming Habits

    Arman Assadi
    21 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
    Total Reading Time: 3 minutes. Habits. Entire blogs are dedicated to them. Scientists and psychologists pursue lifelong vocations around their study. People, like you and I, constantly strive to break the bad ones and create new habits that inspire and challenge us to live better lives. Habits, rituals, routines—they’re all part of the same ecosystem: ... The post The True Science of Forming Habits appeared first on Why I Left Google.
  • The 12th Step: The Surprising Similarity between Entrepreneurs and Alcoholics

    Arman Assadi
    14 Jan 2015 | 10:29 am
    What do successful entrepreneurs and alcoholics have in common? This isn’t a riddle, friendo. The surprising answer is what allows the best entrepreneurs in the world to continue building success after success. Watch the short video below to find out:   When I first learned about this step it really made me think. The similarities ... The post The 12th Step: The Surprising Similarity between Entrepreneurs and Alcoholics appeared first on Why I Left Google.
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    Hillary Rettig

  • “Wise and kind and supportive.”

    Hillary
    12 Apr 2015 | 5:54 am
    Kari Sperring – I’ve just been reading Hillary Rettig on writing (recommended to me by Stephanie Burgess and I am very grateful to her for that, for it is excellent). One of the things she writes about is how invested writers become in our work and its reception. It can sometimes become all tangled up […]
  • Upcoming Workshops and Classes (May – July 2015)

    Hillary
    25 Mar 2015 | 1:38 pm
    Boston, Wednesday March 25 (this coming Wednesday!) 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Trident Bookstore! (Yeah!) Secrets of Exceptional Time Manager (for all freelancers / entrepreneurs) More info. Lansing (MI), April 18 Avoiding Writers’ Block and Finding Joyful Production part of A Rally for Writers conference More info. ALL writers are invited to take the next two […]
  • Well Paid New York Times Writers Have Interesting Theoretical Discussion on Whether Poverty is Good for (Other) Writers

    Hillary
    18 Mar 2015 | 1:45 pm
    “Do Money Woes Spur Creativity or Stifle It?” This was the dingbat question editors of the New York Times Bookends column considered worth debating this week. I’ll share my full comment on the piece in a moment, but first: can you even imagine asking this about practitioners in any non-arts field? I can’t! Gives you […]
  • Why a Course on Weight Loss for Writers?

    Hillary
    15 Mar 2015 | 6:09 am
    On May 11, I will be starting my next SavvyAuthors’ exclusive Weight Loss for Writers class. To my knowledge, you won’t find another class like it anywhere. But why a class on weight loss just for writers? Well, for one thing, writing is a sedentary occupation, so it’s easy for writers to gain weight. For another, […]
  • Sisyphus should not be your role model! (Or, what to do if you’re distracted by the Internet.)

    Hillary
    11 Mar 2015 | 7:13 am
    Wasting too much time online? The solution is actually easy: disconnect. At various times, and in various situations, I’ve done all of the below—and sometimes two or more at a time: In households where others needed WiFi access, I’ve chosen not to give myself the WiFi password. That meant that while everyone else could access […]
 
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    Personal Development for the Journey to Success

  • Why I’m a Spiritualist and How To Find Your Best Religion

    James Michael Jones
    8 Apr 2015 | 9:10 am
    In 2007, the “Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life” interviewed more than 35,000 Americans, ages 18 and older, on the topic of religious affiliation. Their key findings concluded that more and more people are leaving organized religion for smaller or even atheistic belief systems. The authors write, “while those Americans who are unaffiliated with […] The post Why I’m a Spiritualist and How To Find Your Best Religion appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
  • The Truth About Arsenic and The Gluten Free Diet

    Rebekah Donovan
    1 Apr 2015 | 6:28 am
    Recently many people have been jumping on the bandwagon of the gluten free diet and all the promises that come along with it. But alas, it appears there is now a new offender trying to deter you from going the way of your gluten-free gurus, and that concern is arsenic. But, is this really something […] The post The Truth About Arsenic and The Gluten Free Diet appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
  • How to Find Peace: A Guide for Facilitating Spiritual Evolution

    Beau
    31 Mar 2015 | 10:12 am
    For 4 years I have been dedicated to personal growth. I’ve attempted to master my health, my finances, my relationships, and much more, but all this has only led me to more searching. I used to believe that the answers could be found somewhere ‘out there’ in the world. Perhaps I could find what I was […] The post How to Find Peace: A Guide for Facilitating Spiritual Evolution appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
  • How to Succeed Both with Your Blog and Your Life (8 Tips)

    Lidiya
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:47 am
    Your blog is a reflection of your life. It may be simple, with posts full of hope and honesty, a great community of loyal followers, inspirational images and quotes and a positive domain name. But it can also have a cluttered sidebar, titles from which you can’t really understand what the post is going to […] The post How to Succeed Both with Your Blog and Your Life (8 Tips) appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
  • 3 Things Romanians Can Teach Us About Success

    James Michael Jones
    30 Dec 2014 | 9:16 am
    “Radical change is dependent upon the transformation of values. Work regards the same argument: work depends not only on economy, consumption and politics, but also on people’s attitudes. A different attitude towards work determines further a certain pattern of behavior with certain results. This is the way in which work as an economical, rational, social, […] The post 3 Things Romanians Can Teach Us About Success appeared first on Personal Development for the Journey to Success.
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    Spirituality in Stilettos

  • Spirituality in Stilettos, “Treat” with Diane Danvers Simmons & Dawn’s Dream Winery

    Diane Danvers Simmons
    15 Apr 2015 | 5:12 pm
    There are no coincidences …It’s just up to us to be present, take notice & act!  Dawn and I met at a fund raiser for “Rising International” at her wine tasting room in Carmel by the Sea. A serendipitous meeting that lead to friendship, as we each shared our vision to help women over a glass of wine. Our vision is like the perfect pairing of wine and food … I’m passionate about creating a movement of positive change and growth for all women and Dawn is passionate about supporting businesses and foundations, through her winery,  whose mission includes…
  • Spiritual Shuffle in the Sand, Owning it!

    Diane Danvers Simmons
    15 Mar 2015 | 4:55 pm
    Boxing Our Way Out of Life’s Boxes. As the poetic champion, Muhammad Ali would say “float like a butterfly sting like a bee”…I’m not sure if he would  describe us in such eloquent fashion, but we certainly gave it a try. “We can’t be brave without fear” Muhammad Ali. I’ve never understood the benefits of boxing until my recent trip to Todos Santos. Admittedly, I was on a gorgeous beach surrounded by my fellow Angels wearing our latest accessory, an enormous pair of bright blue padded boxing gloves. Our first lesson in boxing was with non…
  • International Women’s Day 2015 – Make it Happen!

    Diane Danvers Simmons
    8 Mar 2015 | 6:05 pm
    Today around the World we recognize and celebrate International Women’s Day! The theme for all women in 2015 is simple #MAKE IT HAPPEN! Take the time to think about what you truly want, so you can Make it happenin your own life and those of others by encouraging effective, positive action, for advancing and recognizing all  women. Be proud, stand tall and “Own Your Power, Feel Your Spirit and Live Your Life the way you choose with Wit & Wisdom!”
  • Spirituality on the Sea of Cortez – Swimming with the Seals!

    Diane Danvers Simmons
    20 Feb 2015 | 2:33 pm
    If you’ve never been on a small bus with 10 women, just  think back to a school bus trip or ask Franchesco.I can honestly say, it doesn’t matter if a member of the female race is  5 or 45 …we always manage to cover every topic of conversation at a decibel level , that could put 200 bagpipers to shame .   Having a Whale of a time! Two boats, 5 guides, four crew, a chef , ugly life jackets, bikinis, sunscreen and we were ready to, Own it ,Feel it and definitely Live it, on yet another Eco adventure. This time to the rugged islands of the  Sea of Cortez. First stop…
  • Spirituality in the Snow…Thank you Snow Angels!

    Diane Danvers Simmons
    9 Feb 2015 | 9:46 pm
    Nothing is more rewarding than when a story inspires a spontaneous, healthy, happy  gathering in New York! After being transported back to the shores of Todos Santos with“Spirituality on a Surfboard,” our detox Chef extraodinaire Erika, was inspired to pull her i phone from it’s docking station and reach out to the New York Angel contingent. Clearly the text invite was exactly what every homebound, snow engulfed Angel needed, as the response “YES” instantly flooded her phone screen! Within hours the fearless warriors were over dressed in full snow gear regalia,…
 
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    Inspiration and Marketing Strategies for Entrepreneurs

  • Marketing Strategies – Survive or Thrive in Your Business?

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    2 Apr 2015 | 6:14 am
    Very often I will get asked by a business owner, “How can my business survive in today’s marketplace?” My heart breaks a little when I hear the question, I find it painful that one has the goal of merely surviving. I want every business owner to have the goal of thriving. It’s possible! You’ll first need to understand why the marketplace is so tough, then its matter of coming up with a marketing strategy and plan of attack. Let’s determine the reasoning behind the more difficult economy. First, it’s important to understand that most everything that…
  • How to Use Presentation Platforms to Increase Website Traffic

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    25 Feb 2015 | 8:37 am
    Let’s face it, coming up with a social media marketing strategy is overwhelming. There’s so many moving parts, you probably don’t know how to use it or more importantly why to use it. First, let’s talk about what a social media strategy should be about – it’s about growing your followers AND driving traffic to your website. Social media platforms are amazing for increasing website traffic. Post Google updates (Penguin, Hummingbird etc.) organic traffic (Traffic that comes from the result of people typing into the search engine a certain phrase or keyword…
  • Have a Small Business Idea? Here’s Some Considerations

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    19 Feb 2015 | 6:38 am
    One of the worst things you can do? Create a business with absolutely no foundation other than it seems like a cool idea. When I left corporate America and entered into the world of entrepreneurship I thought that being a smart business woman gave me a leg up. Boy, was I stupid! I had a very cool idea, all my friends and family said so! But I did no research on my market. I didn’t know who my buyer was, and what’s worse I couldn’t reach enough of them to support my business. So guess what? 13 months, tons of lost time, tons of lost money, lots of tears later – big…
  • Marketing is a Verb – That Means Action

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    11 Feb 2015 | 7:05 pm
    If you want to grow your reach and make more money in your business the process by which you make that happen is called marketing. 1 million new micro businesses start up every year (A micro business is made up of 1 or 2 people.). 80% of those 1 million businesses won’t break 50K in annual revenue (Notice I didn’t say profit- I said revenue). Why? There are lots of reasons but in many cases marketing is the missing piece. They’re too small minded about their business. (Sorry, I’m not trying to be mean here, just honest :-).) Small Mind = Small Profits Most people will get…
  • Entrepreneur Education – Declutter To Make More Money in Your Business

    Tammy Hawk-Bridges
    5 Feb 2015 | 7:14 am
    You know what’s really cool about what I do? I get to tell people how to make more money. If they have a valid business idea, I can tell them how to build a process to bridge the gaps and be more profitable. Given the right person that’s willing to roll up their sleeves and get really serious, I can succeed every time. However, one of the things I learned first as a sales trainer back in my corporate days that still holds true today in my life as an entrepreneur mentor is that people who are messy and unorganized will struggle. You cannot build profitability in chaos. When I was a…
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    How I'm Building My Life

  • 6 Early Morning Habits of Happy People

    Neal
    6 Apr 2015 | 3:28 am
      Early hours in the morning is a wonderful time. It is the time when our bodies and mind usually tend to be clear of all the clutter, stress and anxiety. Mornings are meant to be quiet, a time when you can hear the birds chirping and see the golden light of the sun slowly… Read More The post 6 Early Morning Habits of Happy People appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
  • 4 Questions to Help Determine Often Should You Run?

    Neal
    2 Apr 2015 | 2:25 pm
    A number of runners who are just starting out have asked me, “How often should you run each week?” What a great question, with an endless number of answers. In order to accurately determine how often you should run, you must address the following four questions first. 1) Are you a beginner, intermediate, or advanced runner? 2) Is running your… Read More The post 4 Questions to Help Determine Often Should You Run? appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
  • Benefits of Surya Namaskar

    Neal
    1 Apr 2015 | 3:03 am
    Starting your day with about 12 sets of Surya Namaskar means making your body do a total of 288 important yoga asanas. This is how powerful surya namaskar is! And doing all this wont even take more than 15-20 minutes of your time. No wonder then, that Surya Namaskar or Sun Salutations – a set… Read More The post Benefits of Surya Namaskar appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
  • How Can I Be Happy

    Neal
    27 Mar 2015 | 3:21 am
      The above words are so true! Most of us tend to blame the people and circumstances around us for measuring our happiness quotient. If only we could come to realize and accept that we alone are responsible for how we feel on any particular day. The people around us are not going to change… Read More The post How Can I Be Happy appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
  • 5 Important Yoga Tips for Beginners

    Neal
    24 Mar 2015 | 3:37 am
      For a lot of beginners, yoga is synonymous with twisted postures or seeing someone upside down. And that deters a lot of us from taking up the practice, missing out on the immense benefits that yoga has to offer. Whether it is increasing your body’s flexibility, creating a mind-body balance, sleeping better or detoxifying… Read More The post 5 Important Yoga Tips for Beginners appeared first on How I'm Building My Life.
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    Think Like an Entrepreneur

  • Author Q&A: “How Will You Create Positive Change” by Leah Oviedo

    Deborah A Bailey
    14 Apr 2015 | 3:39 pm
    Title: “How Will You Create Positive Change”, book one in a series. About the Author: Leah Oviedo is an author of 6 books, self-defense instructor, fundraiser, long time volunteer and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Book Review: “The Art of War for Small Business” by Becky Sheetz-Runkle

    Deborah A Bailey
    17 Mar 2015 | 6:52 pm
    The Art of War for Small Business: Defeat the Competition and Dominate the Market with the Masterful Strategies of Sun Tzu by Becky Sheetz-Runkle My rating: 5 of 5 stars There are a lot of advantages... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How to Spend Less Time Struggling (and Make More Time for Joy)

    Deborah A Bailey
    4 Mar 2015 | 4:34 pm
    “We find what we are searching for – or, if we don’t find it, we become it.” – Jessamyn West Have you ever wondered if there’s something you “should”... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Book Review: The Life Intended by Kristin Harmel

    Deborah A Bailey
    23 Feb 2015 | 10:55 am
    The Life Intended by Kristin Harmel My rating: 4 of 5 stars A very interesting story about a woman who begins to experience flashes of the life she might have had with her husband, who died years... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Book Spotlight: “Graced with Orange” by Jamie C. Amelio

    Deborah A Bailey
    8 Feb 2015 | 2:26 pm
    In her book, Graced with Orange, author Jamie C. Amelio shares a life-changing encounter that changes her life and leads her to found Caring for Cambodia (CFC).   It all began with a dollar. When... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
 
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    The Stand Tall Method© - Stand Tall-ista Blog

  • Top 10 Ways To STOP Being Tofu

    15 Apr 2015 | 9:20 am
    If you've ever had tofu you'll probably have noticed that on it's own tofu is rather bland. BUT when it's mixed with something else…well that's when it takes on the flavor of whatever it's mixed with. It NEEDS those other ingredients in order to have an identity and flavor. I used to be like tofu; flavorless and without identity. This led to relationships where I settled, career choices where I settled, ultimately a life of settling, molding and melding in order to fit somewhere…anywhere. It wasn't until I got to know me, understanding what was blocking me from sharing me with…
  • How Positive Mojo Killed the Funk

    1 Apr 2015 | 3:08 am
    These past two weeks have been a doozy. I mean to tell you, the energy has been so heavy it's been almost stifling. And yours truly has been in a foul mood. Suffice it to say, I know I'm not the only one that has been struggling with the funk. Clients have shared their run ins with it and my newsfeed on Facebook has been blowing up with it's foul, negative residue. I'm not sure what's up, but it's way past time for the funk to take its leave! It has been blocking my positive mojo and that's just not cool with me. Not to mention it's made me a real pickle to be around and pickle I am not. If…
  • "If You're Not Adoring Them You're Boring Them"

    17 Mar 2015 | 11:41 am
    Many years ago a colleague of mine and I were discussing narcissism when she shared "If you're not adoring them you're boring them". While the phrase may seem a little flippant and crass, it wasn't meant to be. She shared it at a time when I needed to add a little levity to my own dealings with the narcissists that were running rampant in my personal life. If you're not familiar with or have never experienced a narcissist, they're not bad people, let me make that very clear. They can be rather endearing, but they can also require a lot of energy.  And here's why… A narcissist is…
  • How self-confidence is bringing sexy back

    3 Mar 2015 | 1:46 pm
    I'm a people watcher by nature. Not in a creepy, stalker way, but in a curious, "what makes people tick" way. I enjoy watching people exchange with one another and  based on some of the things I've seen I've gotten pretty good at distinguishing the level of self-confidence a person has. Rather then share with you my many observations, I'd rather ask you to look at the following descriptors and think about which you would be more drawn to and why. Swag (standing up straight, walking with exuberance and purpose) vs Slag  (slumped over shoulders and low energy type gait) Project ( a…
  • I wonder...

    17 Feb 2015 | 10:01 am
    “Kids think with their brains cracked wide open; becoming an adult, I've decided, is only a slow sewing shut.” ― Jodi Picoult, My Sister's Keeper As a lifelong learner I'm open to new concepts, thoughts, and ideas no matter what the source.  I guess you could say  I'm curious by nature, and like a sponge I like to take things in and absorb the lessons from them. Like any student, it then becomes my challenge (should I choose to accept it) to take the lessons and apply them. To integrate the learning so that it becomes a part of my "little bag of…
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    Just Enlightenment

  • How ‘Giving Up’ Gets You Ahead in Life

    Garrett Paknis
    14 Apr 2015 | 9:07 am
    Sometimes we just need to give up. It seems as if we sp […] The post How ‘Giving Up’ Gets You Ahead in Life appeared first on Just Enlightenment.
  • How Procrastination Leads to your Life Purpose

    Garrett Paknis
    10 Apr 2015 | 10:34 am
    *A bonus post that I was encouraged to share publicly a […] The post How Procrastination Leads to your Life Purpose appeared first on Just Enlightenment.
  • The 7 Steps In-Between You & Your Dreams

    Garrett Paknis
    6 Apr 2015 | 7:09 am
    For years, I would haul my ass audition to audition, ho […] The post The 7 Steps In-Between You & Your Dreams appeared first on Just Enlightenment.
  • 6 STEPS TO HAPPINESS

    Garrett Paknis
    30 Mar 2015 | 8:48 am
    “You cannot choose what you want to be conscious […] The post 6 STEPS TO HAPPINESS appeared first on Just Enlightenment.
  • THE CONVERSATION OUR EGO HAS AND HOW TO SHUT IT UP

    Garrett Paknis
    22 Mar 2015 | 9:00 pm
    “If you panic, that’s a good way to lose.  You have to […] The post THE CONVERSATION OUR EGO HAS AND HOW TO SHUT IT UP appeared first on Just Enlightenment.
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  • Race Recovery Week

    16 Apr 2015 | 8:41 am
    I've never run a race before that really required a substantial recovery period.  Though, in the past, I often would neglect my training for weeks and months after running The Bear.  The point is, dealing with a recovery period is somewhat uncharted territory for me, but I figured it necessary for a week or so after my half marathon.   After the race, I felt pretty good.  Nothing was in pain or hurting, but I was definitely fatigued in a way that seemed appropriate for the longest distance I've
  • My First Half Marathon and My Fiftieth Post!

    8 Apr 2015 | 12:56 pm
    I'm pretty stoked today because this is my fiftieth post on Run and Drum!  It's also exciting because I ran my first half marathon this past Sunday.  Not only did I complete my goal to run a half marathon in 2015, I fulfilled my bonus goal of doing it in under 2 hours!  My finish time was 1:59:20, BUT it's still under 2 hours so I'm good with it and it gives me a launch point to try and finish my next one even faster.   I ran in the Rock 'n' Roll Raleigh half marathon and it was a blast.  I
  • Training Taper

    7 Apr 2015 | 2:44 pm
    My first half marathon is this Sunday so I'm having the feeling like I'm walking into class on the day of an exam because if I'm not prepared by now, it's pretty much too late.  Granted, I never spent months preparing for an exam for over 3 hours per week, so I'm feeling good about my level of preparedness, particularly since I got a 10 miler in this past weekend within my target pace.  All the same, I'm still starting to get some jitters thinking about it.   This week, I'm really tapering my
  • Like It Or Not, Your Whole Body Is Connected

    2 Apr 2015 | 9:21 am
    When I started getting my weekly running miles up and hitting 8-12 milers with more regularity, I started to notice different ways that my body was responding to the stress.  You expect to get fatigue in your legs, sure, and that has certainly happened, but I've found it has been happening less often as I get more adapted to my training regimens.   I've read about how weight training for your whole body is beneficial to running so that's something I knew intellectially, but I didn't know it
  • Hitting The Wall On A Long Run

    21 Mar 2015 | 12:27 pm
    With my half marathon fast approaching, I'm starting to taper off my training a bit.  Before really backing off of my mileage though, I wanted to get in another good long run, so I scheduled a nice 12 miler for this past Saturday.  It was very nice, those of you who have kept up a little with this blog will know I always love getting out for a good long run to start off my weekend.   That is, it was nice until about mile 9 when I slammed into the wall.     I have read about hitting walls on long
 
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    Lift up Ideas

  • Interesting Question and Answer Session with Mark Zuckerberg (CEO Facebook)

    jonas
    19 Apr 2015 | 1:05 am
    On April 14,2015 Mark Zuckerberg (Computer Programmer,CEO of Facebook) Posted on his Facebook profile that he will be answering to your questions in comments. He Asked the followers to participate in it. There were alot of interesting questions and answers. I will share few of them with you. For the next hour, I’ll be answering […]
  • 10 Quick Ways to Get Rid of Depression

    Sarah
    17 Apr 2015 | 12:35 pm
    Every now and then, we have to go through certain ups and downs in life. People hurt, spouse fights, kids don’t listen, boss gets angry, you suffer from sickness or whatever the case may be, you start getting depressed. There is no way to get rid of sadness completely. However, there are certain sure shot […]
  • Effects of Long Term Sitting on Health (Video). Reason of neck pain ?

    Sarah
    12 Apr 2015 | 8:14 am
    Living in the age of technology, life has become very convenient. Almost everything is possible now, just at a single click. Everyday tasks that required physical activity like banking, shopping, searching, learning, playing etc are now replaced by internet browsing which demands just an electronic device and a place to sit. This might appear good […]
  • What Should You Avoid To Be Happy?

    Sarah
    7 Apr 2015 | 6:18 am
    Happy life filled with love and serenity is the dream of every one. But achieving happiness does not have a short cut. There are many things that you need to stop doing, gradually but steadily. Once the process begins, your life becomes peaceful and you would wonder why you spent so many years distressed. What […]
  • 13 Amazingly Beautiful Places From Around The World

    jonas
    4 Apr 2015 | 7:54 am
    This world is full of wonders. If you are a person with an incredible heart, then you can definitely see the beauty around you. However, being caught up and over-burdened by our daily routines makes us forget to appreciate the exquisiteness all around. Take a break and get ready to restore your soul by scrolling […]
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    Omni Positive

  • How Many Times Do You Ask Yourself: Who Am I?

    Matteo Trovato
    10 Apr 2015 | 6:40 am
    Sometimes we don’t realize it, but we are far from understanding who we really are. Our parents, colleagues and the society around us pretend to teach us how to live, by deliberately neglecting how these teachings have the potential to dim our true identity.When this happens, we find ourselves on roads that someone else forced us to walk. We have to deal with life choices that probably don’t belong to us but to others. In essence, we are living someone else’s life.At times we find ourselves giving up, when instead we should persevere; while other times we insist, when instead it…
  • 80+ Inspiring Random Acts Of Kindness

    Matteo Trovato
    1 Apr 2015 | 2:37 pm
    Lately, I’ve been noticing a lot of videos going on around the internet of people helping others. But what if I told you there is a way we could help hundreds of people by just doing one random act of kindness? Here below, you find the “Awesome Random Acts of Kindness Guide” with 88 inspiring deeds on it.What would be really cool is if you would print it out and when you’re done, you just pass it on to the people that you do the good deeds for.Enjoy it!Awesome Random Acts Of Kindness Guide1. Tell a street performer how amazing he or she is2. Bring flowers to a nursing home3. Leave a…
  • 8 Long-Held Misconceptions People Have About Life

    Matteo Trovato
    25 Mar 2015 | 10:56 am
    Many of our beliefs are just as crazy as they sound, but when we hear talking about them since our childhood (youth), we end up considering them as the norm.In Ancient Greece, for example, people thought that the Earth was the center of the Universe and that all the planets, stars and the Sun revolved around it. By the 16th Century, Galileo, Kepler and Copernicus proved the geocentric model wrong.Beliefs can be found in anything related to how we live our life; being it a relationship with a person, a thing or an emotion. Whatever it is we go through in our life, our mind can make it…
  • 5 Mindsets Of Successful Entrepreneurs

    Shon Williams
    17 Mar 2015 | 12:28 pm
    Like most guys, I’m a huge fan of martial arts films. Recently, while watching a film, I read a Bruce Lee quote that made me pause and consider his life from a different perspective. When you hear the name Bruce Lee, entrepreneur is not the first word that comes to mind.However, before he was a world famous actor and pop culture icon, he was in fact an entrepreneur. During the 60’s, he opened and operated several martial art schools in Seattle and Oakland and was focused on teaching martial arts until the glitz and glam of Hollywood came calling.The quote that jarred my thinking…
  • What Is Freedom?

    Matteo Trovato
    14 Mar 2015 | 7:24 am
    Freedom is the one thing we love more than anything without realizing it and it is also the one thing we fear the most. Freedom is the scariest thing to the ego.Don’t we all look forward to vacations? But what does vacation mean?Vacation means to vacate.  While you are on vacation, you vacate your ego and your mind. There is no phone, no tv, no past, no future, no people having demands on you and you don’t have to think or worry or care about anything.You just relax. That’s a vacation.But think about this: what are you vacationing from?In all great teachings, liberation is seen as the…
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    The Right Question

  • TRQ gets an interesting mention…

    James de Garmo
    4 Apr 2015 | 4:25 pm
    One thing I’ve noticed that people have in common who berate themselves for being unsuccessful is that they don’t take action.  It seems to me that they’re waiting until they want to do something about it before they take that action, but because they feel that everything is futile, they know that they’re never going to want to take action towards a better life because it means that they would have to have a certain degree of faith in a positive outcome before they even bothered trying. It came to my attention that someone had posted a short mention of my book on a website called…
  • Reverse Engineering Your Life

    James de Garmo
    17 Mar 2015 | 11:32 am
    If you were to take a look at what you wanted your life to look like from the perspective of who you were five years ago, what would you see?  Would you see dreams come true, goals achieved, things basically tracking on schedule?  Or would you see a graveyard of your desires? It’s always awful when we don’t get what we want, but it’s sometimes even worse when we do.  Mostly this is due to what I call Damage to Desire, which I explain in The Right Question.  But what’s a good way to make sure this doesn’t happen again? One relatively easy way to turn a dream…
  • Perfectionism is Totally Flawed

    James de Garmo
    15 Feb 2015 | 10:28 pm
      For many years, I was what the average person would call a “perfectionist”.  This meant at the time that I wanted to make sure everything was just right before I’d call it acceptable.  I wanted every detail perfect.  I prided myself on my perfectionism. With the benefit of hindsight, I now fully understand that all I was doing was revealing how afraid I was that things wouldn’t be good enough.  I was worried that people would judge my standards as being too low if I allowed something to be called ‘finished’ when it wasn’t perfect. However, I want to illustrate some…
  • Excerpt from The Right Question

    James de Garmo
    12 Feb 2015 | 12:57 pm
    Hi everyone! The Right Question will be available for purchase on Smashwords and Amazon soon, but instead of providing an excerpt in the listing I’m publishing it on my site.  I gave it its own page here but am publishing a post about it as well since posts are included in various feeds (such as my corner of Alltop). I make sure that the reader understands how to use every single word in the Question.  Each word has its own heading in the table of contents.  That means that once you’ve read the table of contents you’ll know what the Question is. Now when providing a…
  • Make Your Own Basics

    James de Garmo
    17 Jan 2015 | 2:17 pm
    Cook it first, maybe? Or is that not a “basic”? If you’ve ever tried to master anything, you’ve learned the importance of “the basics”.  And there are a few things about the basics that it’s important to remember, re-learn, or learn the first time if you never discovered them. I’m going to share it a little anecdote here.  It concerns a monk who went to study martial arts.  There are many variations of this, but I’ll simplify it. For many months, the monk’s teacher told him to stand at a large bowl of water and slap the surface…
 
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    Life Made to Order

  • Law of Attraction: Shifting Energy When You’re Freaking Miserable

    Kelli Cooper
    20 Apr 2015 | 3:04 am
    While not always the case, many people often start working with law of attraction when the shit has really hit the fan. There may be a bit of desperation. Things really suck and they are willing to try anything to bring some relief. The idea we can control our reality through our thoughts, feelings and beliefs gives a glimmer of hope that maybe, just maybe, life can get better if we can adopt some more empowering and positive ones. Maybe, just maybe, we don’t have to keep suffering and letting our life be dictated by outside forces. The concept seems simple enough, but as anyone who…
  • Law of Attraction: Signs What You Want is On Its Way

    Kelli Cooper
    17 Apr 2015 | 3:53 am
    It would be great if there were these set, ummistakable signs, like a notification from the Cosmic FedEx your manifestation has left the facility and is now in transit, or your right pinky finger beginning to tingle from 8 to noon daily in the three days preceding the arrival of your stuff. This post is courtesy of a question one of my very regular readers asked me in one of her comments. She wanted to know about signs that what we want to manifest is on its way. Lots of good questions lately that were juicy enough to turn into a full-fledged blog post, so thanks for that question-askers! The…
  • Law of Attraction: Where Do I Even Begin?

    Kelli Cooper
    15 Apr 2015 | 2:49 am
      So, today we have another post based on some reader questions that were left on a post about some things screwing up your manifesting mojo.  Hi Kelli. Could you explain the exact process you use when you want to attract something? You just ask once or think about it once and focus on feeling good by getting on with everyday life and forget about it? You don’t visualize? Also. Could you explain this? ‘Also, you might want to know that you can not think about what you want ever again besides that first time, and you would still get it. Crazy, but true.’ *Do you have an article on…
  • Law of Attraction: How Much ‘Work’ Do I Have to Do to Manifest What I Want?

    Kelli Cooper
    13 Apr 2015 | 3:13 am
    Today’s post was inspired by a question one of my awesome readers emailed me. Hey Kelli, I loved this email because it was such a good reminder.(An email I sent to my list talking about some recent manifestations of mine and if you aren’t on that list, shame on you ;)) It reminded me of something that happened to me recently – I lost an earring at work, one that I really liked and was sad to lose. I had been running around all day and just chalked it up to being lost – there was no point in even looking for it. Well yesterday, I found it sitting on a clipboard of…
  • Law of Attraction: Tips for Feeling Good NOW Since Everything is Happening NOW

    Kelli Cooper
    8 Apr 2015 | 1:59 am
    When it comes to creating our reality, there is no down time. Every second, we are shaping our experience with our predominant thoughts, feelings and beliefs. I made sure to throw in the word predominant because once we start consciously working with the law of attraction, we start getting all freaked out about our negative thoughts, bad moods, fears, doubts and all the other yuck that is part and parcel of the human experience. But, all we need to do to get things moving in our favor is feeling better more than we are feeling badly. That is much more manageable than thinking we need to be…
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    Life Unbalanced

  • Break Away

    Joe Ciccarone
    18 Apr 2015 | 2:51 pm
    “My only requirement for life is that I don’t get stuck in a rut.” – Malin Ackerman It was time for a break. No blogging.  No city traffic.  No hustling 5 people out the door by 8am. Time to reset.   Time to BREAK AWAY. We had an opportunity to take a vacation.  I booked our family’s first flight together. Traveling with 3 young kids.  No small feat. Time to roll the dice.  Time to create some memories. The anticipation of a BIG event is sometimes better than the event itself. Not this time. “Best week of my life.” – our 8 year old said…
  • Winners Know When to Quit

    Joe Ciccarone
    16 Mar 2015 | 8:10 pm
    “You’ve got to know when to hold ’em. Know when to fold ’em. Know when to walk away. And know when to run.” – Kenny Rodgers I’ve learned what you don’t do is as important as what you do. The more things I quit, the better life becomes. The 3 best things I ever QUIT:   Golf TV “To Do Lists” Golf Golf and I were in a bad marriage. I would spend hours on the links, shoot my weight, and come home frustrated. As Andrea Bochelli’s song goes, it was “time to say goodby…” QUITTING golf was liberating. No more…
  • Open Up

    Joe Ciccarone
    9 Mar 2015 | 7:32 pm
    “An artist is someone who uses bravery, insight, creativity, and boldness to challenge the status quo.” – Seth Godin This weekend I toured The Art of the Brick exhibition in Philadelphia. It was amazing. Nathan Sawaya was a corporate attorney.  He followed his dream to become an artist. How does he create art?  Legos. Nathan takes something average and creates something remarkable. Not only did he have the guts to change career paths,  he had the courage to share his art with the world. This got me thinking… There is an artist inside all of us. Seth Godin says, “Art…
  • One Night in Vegas

    Joe Ciccarone
    2 Mar 2015 | 5:03 pm
    “I only ever play Vegas one night at a time…it may not be the end of the world, but you certainly can see it from there.” – Robin Williams Picture this… You are in the middle of the desert. Times Square appears like an oasis. Add palm trees, the Eiffel Tower, and an Egyptian Pyramid. Make everything legal. Boom . . . You have Las Vegas. I just returned from my 4th trip to Vegas.   And I still can’t decide if I LOVE it or HATE it. Awesome restaurants.  Amazing shows.  The best people watching ever. Ingenuity & luxury alongside greed & bad decision making.
  • Flow Like Water

    Joe Ciccarone
    23 Feb 2015 | 6:35 am
    “Running water never grows stale.  You just have to “keep flowing”. – Bruce Lee This week I learned a valuable lesson. Flowing water does not freeze. We lost our water for the better part of 3 days. A pipe hidden behind a basement wall froze 2 different times. It killed our water supply. Fun times. It’s surreal when a modern convenience is taken away. It felt like we were camping in the 1790’s, but with lights, heat and Wi-Fi. The first time the pipe froze we cursed nature. The second time it froze everyone cursed me.  Yikes! After the first freeze…
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    Victory Inquiry

  • 10 Facts About Future-President Hillary Clinton

    Victory Inquiry
    12 Apr 2015 | 2:43 pm
    On Sunday, April 12, 2015, Hillary Clinton announced that she would seek the presidency for a second time, immediately establishing herself as the likely Democratic nominee.ONEHillary Clinton has the opportunity to become the first female President of the United States of America.  Many people still think of Bill when they hear the name Clinton, yet Hillary’s future is bright and if she becomes the next President, she will surpass her husband as the most popular Clinton.TWOHillary Clinton has never let her gender limit her accomplishments.  She wrote NASA when she was a…
  • Inspirational basketball player Lauren Hill dies at 19; 3 Victory Lessons From Lauren Hill

    Victory Inquiry
    11 Apr 2015 | 10:44 am
    Lauren Hill was the 19 year old college freshman basketball player who played at Mount St. Josephs.   She committed to play for 'The Mount' her senior year of high school.  A few weeks later her doctor informed her that she only had two years to live.ONEInspirationLauren Hill inspired people around the world by fighting an inoperable brain tumor.  Hill's battle ended April 10 at age 19, yet she saw the end of her life as the beginning of something bigger.  She dedicated her life to live, to speak, to play, for all the children with cancer who cannot.  Pediatric cancer…
  • HATE ON, HATERS!!! (TGIM SEASON 10 BONUS)

    Victory Inquiry
    9 Apr 2015 | 7:12 am
  • Jack Nicklaus makes hole in one

    Victory Inquiry
    9 Apr 2015 | 12:25 am
    Deadspin repots that the "Old man's still got it!" Jack Nicklaus got a hole-in-one on the fourth hole of Wednesday, April 8's par-3 contest at the Masters.  Mr. Nicklaus makes 75 look flawless!All of us are not as perfect as Mr. Nicklaus, but consider the following: "If every shot you hit was a hole-in-one you'd lose interest.  You have to hit a few in the woods sometimes to appreciate the game.  Much like life."Lee Trevino is one of the few golfers that beat Jack Nicklaus.
  • Dove: Choose Beauty, Choose Victory

    Victory Inquiry
    8 Apr 2015 | 11:45 pm
    Independent.ie reports that the #ChooseBeautiful Dove ad gives women a choice: Beautiful or Average? The ad campaign tells women "You're more beautiful than you think"!Make a choice.  How do you perceive yourself?  Do you consider yourself average? Or do you consider yourself beautiful...successful...limitless...VICTORIOUS!?  Are you too afraid to make a choice (1:45)? Be honest with yourself!Phys.org reports that people tend to overestimate the likelihood of new technologies' success; this overconfidence can influence important decisions, such as investment choices.  Why…
 
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    7 Mindsets

  • 5 Conflict Resolution Strategies for Home and Work

    Holli Fahnestock
    16 Apr 2015 | 4:31 am
    A definition from the wise folks at Merriam-Webster: resolution (noun) : the act of finding an answer or solution to a conflict, problem, etc. : the act of resolving something So, conflict resolution is a way for two or more parties to find a peaceful solution to a disagreement among them. Simple, right?  Then why do we often feel like banging our heads against a wall when dealing with differences of opinion? Working through conflicts–whether at home or work—can be stressful and taxing. Sometimes you’re dealing with a three-year-old. Other times, it just feels like it. And, let’s…
  • 7 Essential Mindsets for Entrepreneurial Success

    Scott Shickler
    10 Apr 2015 | 12:42 am
    Have you ever wondered if you have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur? Or maybe you already have your own business, and you’re interested in getting to the next level of success? Well, what I’m going to share with you is a blueprint for what makes the great entrepreneurs great. So, are entrepreneurs made or born? There’s been a debate for decades as to whether entrepreneurs are self-made or come into this world already possessing their distinctive gifts. Can you can acquire the skills to be successful, or do you have to already have what it takes in your genes? Frankly, it…
  • 7 Keys To Effective Communication in The Workplace

    David Craig
    7 Apr 2015 | 12:34 am
    As an executive at a growing software company, one of the toughest challenges I face is ensuring that members of our team are communicating well–both with each other and with our customers. Breakdowns can occur throughout an organization and, when not addressed properly, may result in mistakes, hurt feelings and occasionally even major conflicts that impact everyone’s effective collaboration. One of the most common problems that puts stress on managers and their teams is unproductive time spent working through conflicts and miscommunication. It’s an issue that impacts all levels of…
  • 6 Strategies For Teaching the Growth Mindset

    Jeff Waller
    3 Apr 2015 | 12:00 am
    Albert Einstein is considered one of the greatest geniuses of all time, though rumor has it that he failed high school calculus. As you might imagine, this is quite an exaggeration‒Einstein didn’t remember getting anything but A’s. It’s possible that this story had something to do with his math skills. Despite his amazing intellect, Einstein wasn’t as strong in math as many of the other physicists of his day. Throughout his life, he was known to have frequently said, “If I could just do the math.” At the age of 76, Einstein passed away. On the table next to him were a pen and…
  • Accountability Quotes from the Masters

    Jeff Waller
    31 Mar 2015 | 12:33 am
    Accountability is a word that gets thrown around a lot. Parents want their children to be accountable, coaches their players, and bosses their employees. In our world, it typically means doing what you say you’ll do and making sure to do your part to the best of your ability. When we conducted our research, accountability was a term we identified as absolutely essential to happiness in life. We determined, however, that it has a much broader and more powerful meaning than the one above. Accountability is the complete acceptance in thoughts and action that one is fully in control of their…
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    A Life Enjoyed

  • Love doesn’t just happen

    Lauren
    18 Apr 2015 | 10:50 am
    Emotions happen. Hormones happen. Romantic feelings happen. But love does not just happen. Oh, sure, love can coincide with feelings and hormones and emotions and that can be pretty amazing when it does.The problem is when we confuse those other things for love.This puts a lot of pressure on our relationships and marriages by causing […]The post Love doesn’t just happen appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
  • The power of kindness quote

    Lauren
    13 Apr 2015 | 5:17 am
    Power of Kindness QuoteThe post The power of kindness quote appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
  • Learning to be thankful

    Lauren
    10 Apr 2015 | 6:54 am
    I am a glass-half-empty kind of gal. My husband, however, is the eternal optimist. So it must be true, opposites attract. The funny thing is this, to meet us on the street you would probably assume that it were reverse. I am quite the cheerleader when it comes to others. And it isn’t fake in […]The post Learning to be thankful appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
  • Practice self-care: a gift to those you love, not selfishness

    Lauren
    4 Apr 2015 | 7:30 am
    (Photograph by Dave Carney) It’s time to practice some self-care and let those you love be your motivation to do so. It is easy to put off taking care of yourself when there are so many things already needing your time and attention. I know! But one of the best gifts you can give your friends […]The post Practice self-care: a gift to those you love, not selfishness appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
  • Brance’s Asparagus, Lemon, and Romano Stuffed Chicken with Quinoa

    Lauren
    1 Apr 2015 | 4:01 am
    I was feeling a little worn out tonight, so Brance was incredibly thoughtful to fix dinner for this hungry brood and it was SO good. I’ve mentioned before that we view eating well as a large piece of the puzzle to enjoying life (although, I do not claim that we do this perfectly all the time!). Not only can […]The post Brance’s Asparagus, Lemon, and Romano Stuffed Chicken with Quinoa appeared first on A Life Enjoyed.
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    BILLIONAIRE SUCCESS WITHIN - Success

  • THE 6 DAILY SUCCESS HABITS: Practice them daily and experience a whole new life!

    13 Apr 2015 | 9:05 pm
    Have you ever dreamed of what life would be like if you had everything you’ve ever wanted? We all have. We’ve listed all the things we would do, buy and give if we won the lottery. I’m sure by now you’ve dreamed of a new life for yourself, a life where you are successful beyond belief, one where you have all the financial resources you could ever think of and the mobility freedom to travel to any country you’ ever imagined. Come on, who hasn’t? Ok well maybe that’s not your dream, maybe you want to provide your kids and your family with all the things…
  • WHY RETIREMENT SUCKS AND IS THE WORST POSSIBLE PLAN FOR YOUR LIFE

    12 Apr 2015 | 6:22 pm
    Everyone talks about retirement, whether that is to save for retirement, to plan for it or what they plan to do once they retire. This is often the “dream” many have for themselves when they come into their twilight years. The average person is counting down the years until they retire so that they can quit work and live a life of relaxation. But I’m here to tell you that this is a horrible and flawed plan and is probably one of the worst ideas we could have for ourselves. If you’re like the general public, you are probably in shock. How dare I say that??? Who…
  • OPRAH WINFREY believes in “THE LAW OF ATTRACTION” but is it real or is there something else behind it? – Here’s how to practice getting what you want

    2 Apr 2015 | 6:38 am
    The Law of Attraction entered the mainstream in 2007 when the movie “The Secret” was released and since the movie hit the theaters, the beliefs of the Law of Attraction has been at an all time high. With movie stars, celebrities, public figures and so many others backing up the theory, it seems like everyone is on board with this universal law. However the biggest backer of the Law of Attraction is none other than Media Mogul, Oprah Winfrey. Oprah has been a huge proponent of the Law of Attraction and since “The Secret” was released in 2007, has had multiple shows…
  • YOUR SETBACKS & FEELINGS OF INADEQUETICES CAN FUEL YOUR BIGGEST ACHIEVEMENTS - Tap into that power!

    27 Mar 2015 | 6:33 pm
    Have you ever wondered what drives the most successful people? What motivates the highest achievers to work harder, longer and more efficiently than others? What’s the primary motivation for them to achieve success? The answer is likely to surprise you. Most people think the Oprah’s, Richard Branson’s, Elon Musk’s and the Steve Job’s of the world were just highly ambitious. That they were simply destined to achieve greatness. We all think that they woke up one day with a dream and a vision and simply went after it. We think that is the case but that…
  • HOW TO FIND YOUR PASSION

    27 Mar 2015 | 5:57 pm
    Today you hear everyone throw around the word PASSION loosely. Everyone says, follow your passion! Listen to your heart and do what you love! That might be great for those that know what they’re passionate about, but what about the ones who don’t? How can people who don’t know what they are passionate about find out? Today we will look at several ways to figure that out. Sometimes all it takes is a little bit of effort but once you put that effort in, the rewards are monumental. The exercises will involve some deep soul searching and probably take a long look into our past…
 
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    In Wealth & Health

  • Daily Cleanse Recipe: Green Citrus Ginger Juice

    Jessa Nowak
    16 Apr 2015 | 6:40 am
    Everyone Needs a Great Cleanse Recipe After a weekend full of going overboard on food and drinks, we all could use a great juice cleanse recipe. It happens to the best of us. After all, it would be a sin to not take advantage of every morsel at the best French restaurant in town! And a relaxing day at the pool is just not as fun without a margarita or two. Then of course, chips and dip must accompany any sort of Mexican cocktail! It’s all fun and games until Sunday night comes and we start to feel the effects of it all. The post Daily Cleanse Recipe: Green Citrus Ginger…
  • Organic Produce: The Truth Behind the Sticker

    Jessa Nowak
    15 Apr 2015 | 7:28 am
    Either you’re with um or against um. Are you choosing to spend your hard earned dollars on organic produce? What’s your reason? Just like all great debates, opinions on organic farming has people spread from end to end with opposing views. On one hand there are advocacy groups fully against conventional farming aiming to educate the public on how dangerous pesticide use is. Run to the other end of the spectrum and you’ll see the same amount of passion defending the U.S. government and their decisions on what pesticides are safe to use on America’s…
  • Christian Songs: Keys to Unlock a Broken Heart

    Jessa Nowak
    8 Apr 2015 | 5:51 pm
    When was the last time you listened to Christian music? A while ago? Never? If the first thing you think of is a semi tone deaf band leader singing on stage at your childhood church, you’re in for a big surprise. Christian songs aren’t what they used to be. To tell you the truth, a lot of them are actually better than secular music. And no, I’m not just saying that because of the positivity that it imparts. The actual quality of the music is awesome.  The Music Will Change Your Life When I began listening to Christian music, it changed my The post Christian…
  • Millennials – A Misunderstood Generation Set to Dominate

    Chris Nowak
    2 Apr 2015 | 10:41 pm
    Over the last decade, Millennials have matured and become an increasingly dominant part of society. This has led to more attention, various opinions forming, and a whole lot of criticism. Generation Y has become synonymous with being lazy, overconfident and entitled. I am here to explain that our generation is filled with entrepreneurs and ambitious talent and we’re not just a bunch of lazy bums. The fact is, we are set to dominate the workforce and spend the most money in the years to come. What does this mean for society? Don’t worry, the big economies of the world…
  • 5 Awesome Resources for New Moms

    Jessa Nowak
    1 Apr 2015 | 11:58 pm
    Being a new mom is overwhelming in many ways. What’s the best piece of advice I can give you? Read. Educate yourself so you feel confident! And this is a great place to start. After all, everything here is research-based and written by a Registered Dietitian. This re-cap of 5 previous articles will give you a little bit of everything you need to be confident your baby is safe, healthy and happy. My advice: pin now, read later…you just may find yourself needing some late-night reading material.  Resources for New Moms Babies have such delicate skin, there is no…
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    Liberty Frontier

  • Getting Your Monthly Fix: Are You Addicted To Your Salary?

    Andrew
    20 Apr 2015 | 7:27 am
    The post Getting Your Monthly Fix: Are You Addicted To Your Salary? appeared first on Liberty Frontier. This post is about finding strategies for dealing with addiction… I discuss one of many addictions that I and many others have struggled with – alcohol – and I look at some strategies for proper budgeting and financial health. Wait, what? Confused? You won’t be. It’s a long one. It’s a big issue. I don’t cover everything, but follow the strategies within and you will be on your way. There are some addictions we don’t even know we have. Are…
  • Why Firing Someone Reminded Me To Quit My Job – Part 2

    Andrew
    7 Apr 2015 | 4:58 am
    The post Why Firing Someone Reminded Me To Quit My Job – Part 2 appeared first on Liberty Frontier. This article is part two in a two part series on the rewards and pitfalls of working a job. I speak candidly about my unemployability, my failings in management which lead to my firing someone, and the truth of how you can change others. The first part engages in what it means to be an artist, and the pitfalls of working a job. The first part also discussed some of the reasons why I am going to quit my job and travel – I’m moving to Thailand in October 2015. This second part…
  • Know Thyself | The Liberty Frontier Show Episode 1

    Andrew
    30 Mar 2015 | 11:24 am
    The post Know Thyself | The Liberty Frontier Show Episode 1 appeared first on Liberty Frontier. Show Notes: Socrates’ first law is; Know Thyself – and if you don’t, you are doomed to repeat your mistakes. It is a fundamental principle and essential for personal freedom. That fate is not inevitable however. In this, the first episode of The Liberty Frontier Show, I discuss my personal experience with self knowledge – the pitfalls, the benefits – and then I talk through a few practical strategies and steps that you can take today. How did I start on the journey of…
  • Why Firing Someone Reminded Me To Quit My Job, Part 1

    Andrew
    29 Mar 2015 | 11:11 am
    The post Why Firing Someone Reminded Me To Quit My Job, Part 1 appeared first on Liberty Frontier. This article is part one in a two part series on the rewards and pitfalls of working a job. I speak candidly about my unemployability, my failings in management which lead to my firing someone, and the truth of how you can change others. This first part engages in what it means to be an artist, and the pitfalls of working a job. You can find Part 2 here. Liberty Frontier is about the journey toward personal freedom. It is about the efforts I am making to bring the lines of…
  • How To Escape From Crab Mentality

    Andrew
    15 Mar 2015 | 4:45 am
    The post How To Escape From Crab Mentality appeared first on Liberty Frontier. Crabs. Crabs in a bucket. Funny little creatures. I remember as a boy going to the beaches with my family. Me, my dad, my brother – we’d spend a few hours looking through the rock pools and finding crabs. We had those silly little fishing nets, and caught them pretty easily – although some were surprisingly fast. We always threw them back. I remember seeing how if there were a few crabs all together, they’d just climb over each other. It really slowed them all down, as they would either slip…
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    Motivate Yourself

  • Percival and Fareedah: An Eternal Love Affair

    Daniel
    20 Apr 2015 | 7:50 am
    I wrote this story as a follow up to my forthcoming novel, The call of Destiny. Percival is the person describing his feelings for his wife Fareedah and it serves to illustrate the depth of feeling that two people can have for each other. I really hope you enjoy it and feel free to comment … Continue reading Percival and Fareedah: An Eternal Love Affair → The post Percival and Fareedah: An Eternal Love Affair appeared first on Motivate Yourself.
  • Overcoming Daily Challenges

    Daniel
    18 Apr 2015 | 4:16 am
      Life is a very creative taskmaster, every day; it seems that when we have finally overcome one obstacle a new one is quickly and viciously thrown in our paths. It may seem like there is no way out from the up and down cycle that can quickly eat into our endurance and wear our … Continue reading Overcoming Daily Challenges → The post Overcoming Daily Challenges appeared first on Motivate Yourself.
  • 5 Benefits of Focus

    Daniel
    17 Apr 2015 | 7:54 am
    So often today, we are bombarded with many different schools of thought telling us that we should do this or that, basically, don’t focus. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket, keep your options open, or don’t burn your bridges. This is what I like to refer to as conventional wisdom and its true, … Continue reading 5 Benefits of Focus → The post 5 Benefits of Focus appeared first on Motivate Yourself.
  • My Favorite Quotes

    Daniel
    16 Apr 2015 | 8:42 am
    HERE is a list of my current favorite quotes, Hope you enjoy                                           I hope you enjoyed them, they serve to keep me going when times get a little difficult. Remember, the choice is, and … Continue reading My Favorite Quotes → The post My Favorite Quotes appeared first on Motivate Yourself.
  • Is consistency Overrated?

    Daniel
    15 Apr 2015 | 5:12 am
    Take a moment to think about the most reliable person that you know. What makes that person reliable, what traits do you think stand out in that person, in what ways would you like to emulate that person? All of us have dozens of interactions every day and I’m sure that some of these interactions … Continue reading Is consistency Overrated? → The post Is consistency Overrated? appeared first on Motivate Yourself.
 
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    Self Development Journey

  • 10 ways to deal with negative and difficult people

    Phil
    20 Apr 2015 | 3:02 pm
    We all come across negative and difficult people. Sometimes its people we love dearly, or know well. But that doesn’t make it any easier. I know people who I call good friends, but sometimes I just dread having to deal with them, because they are difficult by nature. Sometimes they hold grudges against people, think others are trying to ‘best’ them, or are just being so negative it affects others. There are a lot of reasons why we still deal with people like this. Sometimes they are family, and we can’t just give up on them. Other times it’s because we are compassionate and feel…
  • 10 ways to build good coworker relationships

    Phil
    19 Apr 2015 | 8:41 am
    Most of us spend around two thirds of our lives at work. While that might be a depressing thought for some, it’s a reminder of just how much time we spend with our work colleagues. It’s often joked in the office where I work that we spend more time with each other than our families. It’s true for many of us. This post isn’t about the topic of how much time we spend with work colleagues. It’s about the relationships we have with them. Being successful in business, whether it’s with external or internal communication, depends on strong relationships. You cannot expect your…
  • 10 signs that your relationship isn’t working

    Phil
    17 Apr 2015 | 3:29 pm
    We all want to have a fun, fulfilling, and satisfying relationship that is going to last until we grow old together. Unfortunately, (or fortunately) it just doesn’t always work out that way. Things always start off well in the beginning, or it wouldn’t have started at all, right? But this ‘honeymoon’ period can’t last forever, and you start realizing things about your partner. Things that took a while to surface, and the cracks start to show. There are usually always one or more signs that the relationship isn’t going to work, whether you choose to act on them is up to you. You…
  • 10 Strategies to Work on Your Level of Self-Confidence

    Phil
    16 Apr 2015 | 2:01 pm
    Do you consider yourself to be a confident person? Do you say “sometimes”? Confidence is an intangible essence that is the difference between being scared, and feeling authoritative and able to tackle anything. When you feel confident, you don’t see challenges as something that you can’t overcome. You see yourself as unstoppable, and see the path laid out far ahead for you. On the other hand, if you lack confidence you feel afraid. Challenges seem impossible to overcome, and it’s difficult for you to see ahead into the future. We all come across challenges in our lives that make us…
  • 10 Ways to Improve Self Esteem

    Phil
    15 Apr 2015 | 10:41 am
    Self-esteem is widely measured by seeing what people think, and believe about themselves. What kind of person do you think you are? What do you consider your abilities, strengths, and qualities to be? Do you have positive or negative thoughts when you think about your future? If you have healthy self-esteem you’ll see a lot of positives about yourself, and have a lot to look forward to in the future. Even when you experience difficult times, you will see the best in situations and deal with it well. If you suffer from low self-esteem it’s quite the opposite. You have a negative outlook on…
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