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Posted: Mar 10 '15
Nimoy once said, "The miracle is this: the more we share the more we have." By giving the world our talents, we're naturally more fulfilled, more attuned to our destiny. By giving away our talents, we...
Posted: Mar 9 '15
Secrets are toxic. I'm not talking about the sacred things we keep to ourselves or hold in confidence when others have confided in us. I am talking a... Read more: Secrets, Self-Help, Self-Improv...
Posted: Mar 9 '15
We are all familiar with the general laws that govern our physical well-being: eat healthy foods, exercise both mind and body, and avoid toxic people ... Read more: Self-Help, Self-Discovery, Mindfu...
Posted: Mar 7 '15
I recently had a sit-down with a colleague - call him Frank -- who was notoriously hard to work with - rude, dismissive, sarcastic and impatient. His... Read more: Self-Help, Self Help, Self Help Ad...
Posted: Mar 7 '15
Rude, abrasive and downright hostile people are a fact of life. We have no choice in that. The choice we do have is how we handle them -- by not letting their problems feed our own. Read more: Self-...
Posted: Mar 7 '15
Many people say they're too "busy" to focus on growing themselves in their career and life, and yet they're dedicating every minute to distractions. Why are they putting off taking themselves to the n...
Posted: Mar 6 '15
Because it is only in owning all the parts of our story; mistakes, struggles and all and practicing our recovery that we become the always growing, the always healing, best version of ourselves. Alway...
Posted: Mar 6 '15
You no longer become eager to see what others do and want to change their attitudes and actions. This significantly reduces your burnout and frustration. You become refueled from within. Read more: ...
Posted: Mar 6 '15
Being vulnerable is scary, but living a life that does not allow you to be your truest self is even scarier. Whether you realize it today, or in fifty years, you will see the second you give in to you...
Posted: Mar 6 '15
In truth, we don't need studies to tell us that a self-esteem deficit clearly exists in our society. Just talk to any teenager, or small child for that matter, and ask them if there is something that ...
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