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  • Frustrated by lack of opportunities? You need to read this.

    The Dream Catcher
    SelineShenoy
    18 Jun 2015 | 9:21 pm
    The year 2009 was a year of great awakening for the entire world. Like a hurricane, the global financial crises swept away jobs and businesses of millions of people. According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), at least 20 million jobs were lost by the end of 2009, and 170,000 small businesses were closed down in the US between 2008 and 2010. The sudden loss of security caused a great deal of trepidation. The people who lost their source of livelihood were desperately looking for ways to make ends meet. Those who were still employed lived in a perpetual state of anxiety and fear…
  • Thinking Magically™ | What Everyone Ought to Know About Success and Happiness

    Scott Grossberg | Thinking Magically™
    scottgrossberg
    1 Jul 2015 | 9:08 am
    Good morning, Thinking Magically Tribe –The day is finally here! The launch date for “The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life.”Here are some of the details. The print version of the book is available for online ordering from both Amazon and Barnes & Noble.AmazonBarnes & NobleThe book is also available in Kindle format atAmazon.Naturally, I’d love it if you’d purchase a book today. It always helps the ratings for the orders to come in on the release date. (A little note: you might have noticed that both Amazon and Barnes & Noble…
  • 21 Health Quotes to Crush Self Doubt

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    limitlesslaura
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:58 pm
    Self love is an important part of your health and healing journey. Healthy self esteem, creates a core that urges you to nurture self care, self love and to crush self limiting beliefs.    #SelfCare     #sexyattitude         #fitwayoflife #healthylifestyle #nurtureyourbody #ilovemyself #greatness #commitment #selflove #todayisanewday #bebetter #NoExcuses #Results #Consistency #initforthelonghaul #bebetterthanyesterday #positivethoughts #HealthyHabits #NeverGiveUp #Abundance #progess  #betterthanyesterday #healthynotskinny
  • 200 Positive Affirmations for Weight Loss Support & Positive Body Image

    Pinch Me Living with Bernadette Logue - Unleash Personally & Professionally
    Bernadette Logue
    23 Jun 2015 | 10:49 am
    Receive psychological and emotional support with this audio as you nurture your physical body and health into balance, cultivating a loving relationship with your body. This audio for weight loss support and positive body image will remind you of what you most need to hear as you powerfully reclaim your highest wellbeing and energy, allowing... Read More Continue reading 200 Positive Affirmations for Weight Loss Support & Positive Body Image on Pinch Me Living with Bernadette Logue - Unleash Personally & Professionally
  • True Measure of a Successful Life

    Daily Inspiration - Daily Quotes
    27 Jun 2015 | 9:08 pm
    To leave the world a bit better ...to know that one life has breathed easier because you have lived.This is to have succeeded.- Bessie A. Stanley (commonly attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson)What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other?- George EliotWhat we have done for ourselves alone dies with us;what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.- Albert PikeBelieve in yourself,in your vision for your future,and in your ability to take a small stepeach day toward achieving your vision.- Jonathan Lockwood HuieFurther reading: Stand TogetherPay…
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    zen habits

  • How Taking Care of My Finances Changed My Life

    zenhabits
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    By Leo Babauta Looking back on my life a decade ago, I just wasn’t taking care of myself. I was overweight, deeply in debt, a smoker, junk-food addict, stressed out, clutter piling up all around me, I didn’t floss … my life was a mess. And the solutions were so simple: little acts of self-care that really add up over time. They’re so easy: go for a walk, do a few pushups, meditate for a few minutes, clear a little bit of clutter, take a minute to floss. But I put these things off, avoided even thinking about them, and my problems piled up. One of the most stressful…
  • Tips for Traveling with Kids

    zenhabits
    26 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    By Leo Babauta As I write this, I’m in London with Eva and all 6 kids on our European adventure! I’m in the middle of my Grand Travel Experiment, and we’re all excited as hell. A number of people asked me to share how we went about planning this and if I have any tips for traveling with kids … so here you go! This is a post with some of the things I’ve been doing to plan and keep the trip a fun and peaceful one with our large family. Planning Tips Well, we’ve been planning and saving for this trip for awhile now … I have a regular savings fund just…
  • My Grand Travel Experiment

    zenhabits
    23 Jun 2015 | 12:17 pm
    By Leo Babauta I’m launching a 4-week travel experiment! I love traveling and exploring the world, but I have a number of problems when I travel: Eating: I overindulge in delicious vegan food and feel unhealthy after awhile. Exercise: I find it hard to keep a regular exercise routine — I walk a lot, but want to do more strength exercises. Work: I usually do most of my work ahead of time, so I don’t have to worry about it much during my trips … but that means a ton of work before every trip. I’d prefer being able to work while traveling, at a minimal but sufficient…
  • The Parent I Aspire to Be

    zenhabits
    19 Jun 2015 | 8:38 am
    By Leo Babauta It’s nearly Father’s Day, and that always causes me to reflect on what kind of father I am. I think I’m pretty decent, though I’m not where I’d like to be. The good things I do: I try to inspire my kids, I do projects with them like programming and chess and website building, I read to the younger ones, I do outdoor things with them, I teach them about responsibility and compassion, I try to set a good example for them. But there’s always more I can do, always. Actually, it’s not that I can do more, it’s that I can be with them in…
  • The Best & Less-than-Best Motivations for Learning

    zenhabits
    17 Jun 2015 | 1:57 pm
    By Leo Babauta More than 3,300 people signed up for the 30-Day Learning Challenge (wow!), and some of you might be finding a dip in your motivation for learning. That’s OK. We all go through dips in motivation sometimes. The key is to figure out a better motivator, and adjust your plan. Today I’d like to talk about a few common motivations that don’t work that well, and then share what I’ve found to be the best motivations for learning — ones that keep you going strong even after a month or two. Let’s start with some less-than-best motivations: A big goal.
 
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    Gretchen Rubin

  • Podcast 19: Enjoy the Fun of Failure, an Interview with TV Anchor Dan Harris, and Plane-Ticket Pain.

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:14 am
    It’s Wednesday — time for the next installment of  “Happier with Gretchen Rubin” First, a quick digression: do you try to say “Rabbit, rabbit,” on the first day of the month? I do, and today I remembered. Yay. Thanks again to everyone who contacted us with a comment for our next episode, the Very Special Episode where we’ll feature our listeners. It has been so fun to pull this episode together. Stay tuned for next week. This week… Update: I report on my encounter with the Dalai Lama. Try This at Home: Enjoy the fun of failure. That’s right, the fun. Send us…
  • Revealed! Book Club Choices for July 2015.

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:32 pm
    Before I get to the fun of recommending some good books for July, here’s a quick bit of self-promotion: I was very happy to be included in Mashable’s 25 Must-Read Books to Dive into This Summer. Better Than Before is in really terrific company, so it was exciting to be part of the list. Most of us have habits that we want to make or break, and Better Than Before explains how to do that. Really! Excerpt here. Audio clip here. Discussion guides here. Now enough about me and my book (!) — on to the fun part. Three terrific books. Because nothing boosts happiness more than a great book,…
  • Agree? “You Increase Your Self-Respect When You Feel You’ve Done Everything You Ought to Have Done.”

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    27 Jun 2015 | 12:29 pm
    “You increase your self-respect when you feel you’ve done everything you ought to have done, and if there is nothing else to enjoy, there remains that chief of pleasures, the feeling of being pleased with oneself. A man gets an immense amount of satisfaction from the knowledge of having done good work and of having made the best use of his day, and when I am in this state I find that I thoroughly enjoy my rest and even the mildest forms of recreation.” — Journal of Eugene Delacroix A wonderful, wonderful book by the way. Delacroix, like Andy Warhol and Edward Weston, is an example…
  • Video: The False Choice Loophole. One of My Personal Favorites.

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    26 Jun 2015 | 1:04 pm
    In my new (bestselling) book, Better Than Before, I identify the twenty-one strategies of habit-formation, and one is the Strategy of Loophole-Spotting. I’m doing a video series in which I discuss the ten categories of loopholes. I love studying loopholes, because they’re so funny. And ingenious! We’re such great advocates for ourselves — in any situation, we can always think of some loophole to invoke. Well, what is a “loophole?” When we try to form and keep habits, we often search for loopholes, for justifications that will excuse us from keeping this particular habit in this…
  • How I Used Lessons from Happiness and Habits to Help Me Buy a Backpack.

    gretchen@gretchenrubin.com (Gretchen Rubin)
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:59 pm
    I carry a backpack with me everywhere. I practically never use a purse, just my backpack. Recently, the zipper on my backpack broke, so this afternoon I bought a new one (see photo).  It got me thinking about some lessons that I’ve learned about happiness, habits — and myself. Lesson 1: Why did I find it strangely satisfying that the zipper broke? Because I’m a finisher. Some people love finishing, and some people love opening—both literally and figuratively. Finishers love the feeling of bringing a project to completion, and they’re determined to use the last drop in…
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    Carrie and Danielle Law Group

  • Vaginal Mesh Attorney Can Help You Fight for the Compensation by Filing a Vaginal Mesh Lawsuit

    Patricia Baker
    18 Jun 2015 | 1:50 am
    When we are subjected into the accidental mishap of being a victim of vaginal mesh, we can seek the help of a vaginal mesh attorney. It happens after a woman undergoes pelvic surgery and faces complications out of it. Most of the cases, a patient suffers injuries on his internal organs and undergoes excessive bleeding. When a patient falls prey to this kind of complications they can always sue the medical team that operated the patient. This kind of complications emerges on account of lack expertise from the doctor or the medical team. The complications have become so severe as to completely…
 
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    Daily Inspiration - Daily Quotes

  • Honor the Children

    30 Jun 2015 | 9:08 pm
    Grown men can learn from very little childrenfor the hearts of little children are pure.Therefore, the Great Spirit may show to themmany things which older people miss.- Black ElkThere can be no keener revelation of a society's soulthan the way in which it treats its children.- Nelson MandelaThere are two lasting bequests we can give our children:One is roots, the other is wings.- Hodding Carter If a child lives with criticism,he learns to condemn....If a child lives with fear,he learns to be apprehensive....If a child lives with encouragement,he learns to be confident....If a child lives…
  • Color and Light

    29 Jun 2015 | 9:08 pm
    Colors are the smiles of nature.- Leigh HuntAll the darkness in the world cannot extinguish the light of a single candle.- St. Francis of AssisiPaint your life in bright bold colors,and shine your light into the darkness.- Jonathan Lockwood Huie Further reading: The Canvas Of LifeCreate Light for OthersA Light from WithinCalm During Storms Copyright © by Jonathan Lockwood Huie. First published on my Daily Inspirational Quotes blog. Also see Inspirational Quotes.
  • Walking Your Path

    28 Jun 2015 | 9:08 pm
    There's a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.- the character Morpheus in the movie The MatrixTravelers, there is no path.Paths are made by walking.- Antonio MachadoEverywhere is within walking distance if you have the time.- Steven WrightIf you don't like the road you're walking,start paving another one.- Dolly PartonRemember: Always walk in the light.And if you feel like you're not walking in it,go find it.Love the light.- Roberta FlackFurther reading: PragmatismAccepting the Fear of ChangeWorking Toward a Better WorldBe Boldly DecisiveCopyright © by Jonathan…
  • True Measure of a Successful Life

    27 Jun 2015 | 9:08 pm
    To leave the world a bit better ...to know that one life has breathed easier because you have lived.This is to have succeeded.- Bessie A. Stanley (commonly attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson)What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult for each other?- George EliotWhat we have done for ourselves alone dies with us;what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.- Albert PikeBelieve in yourself,in your vision for your future,and in your ability to take a small stepeach day toward achieving your vision.- Jonathan Lockwood HuieFurther reading: Stand TogetherPay…
  • True Understanding

    26 Jun 2015 | 9:08 pm
    There is a great difference between knowing and understanding:you can know a lot about something and not really understand it.- Charles KetteringTo be surprised, to wonder, is to begin to understand.- Jose Ortega Y Gasset If you understand, things are just as they are;if you do not understand, things are just as they are.- Zen ProverbI hear and I forget.I see and I remember.I do and I understand.- Chinese proverbThe more you explain it, the more I don't understand it.- Mark Twain Not until we are lostdo we begin to understand ourselves.- Henry David ThoreauThe eye sees only what the mind is…
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    Inspire Me Today

  • Kindness is always the right response.

    Inspire Me Today
    2 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    This post was originally published on InspireMeToday.com. Leave a comment or share this post by visiting Kindness is always the right response..
  • Be Joyful, No Matter What

    Pallavi Kapoor
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:10 am
    Learn how to let go of negative thoughts and focus on the positive instead. Live in appreciation of all the amazing miracles that life offers everyday, and of the miracle that you are. Live in the moment just like a child and look at everything with a beginner’s mind. If you are able to practice this until it becomes second nature and if we are able to teach our children to retain this ability that they already have, then you will be amazed at how life is always joyful. Remember that we are human-beings and not human-doings. Therefore focus on who you want to BE as a person and not what you…
  • Accepting our present life situation is fundamental. Appreciating it is divine.

    Allison Blankenship
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:10 am
    This post was originally published on InspireMeToday.com. Leave a comment or share this post by visiting Accepting our present life situation is fundamental. Appreciating it is divine..
  • Collaboration and cooperation will beat competition every time.

    Inspire Me Today
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    This post was originally published on InspireMeToday.com. Leave a comment or share this post by visiting Collaboration and cooperation will beat competition every time..
  • Unconditional Love Brings Infinite Acceptance

    Janet Nestor
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:12 am
    Through trial and error I’ve learned these two things: It is important to become aware of who you really are and acknowledge your spiritual roots. And, it is also important that you honor your physical body for what it is – a gift made of miracles. As we journey toward greater awareness there are many opportunities to find unconditional love and acceptance. Learning to recognize and accept your opportunities for them becomes your spiritual journey. When you find the unconditional love you seek, you also find your pathway to your authentic self which is your divine inner nature. The…
 
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    Think Simple Now

  • 5 Tips to Increase Your Emotional IQ

    Guest of TSN
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    Have you ever felt so angry you lashed out and said words you regret? Felt so hurt, you couldn’t talk past the lump in your throat? So frustrated, you weren’t able to form a coherent sentence? Or tried to communicate something important, and it landed like a dead fish? I’ve been there. In my teens, I was a tempestuous young woman. Hormones had me flipping from rage to despair in a heartbeat. I sprayed emotions around me like a machine gun sprays bullets. I couldn’t even talk to my then-boyfriend about anything important without losing control. I frustrated even myself. So I learned…
  • 4 Easy Tips for Living Light

    Rebecca A. Watson
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Several years ago, my good friend and I shared an apartment. We both just started our first “real jobs” and weren’t making a ton of money. We took turns cooking dinner, and we came up with a plan to use everything in our fridge before we went grocery shopping. We didn’t waste food and saved serious cash at a time when we needed to most. It also forced us to be ridiculously creative. Apples and tofu were the only thing in the fridge? Check out the pantry. We’ve got some walnuts, honey and a lone red onion. Suddenly we went from scrounging to gourmet cooking. We called this using what…
  • Stop Pretending and Start Being You

    Guest of TSN
    26 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    I grew up in the 1970s, and I learned a lot from the experience. Tom Wolfe called the ‘60s and ‘70s “The Purple Decades” because they had such gaudy styles. Style seemed to be a big deal then, even more so than in other decades. Everyone of a certain age felt free to try new things and express themselves. Expressing oneself sounds like a good thing, but actually it depends on what you’re trying to express. Is it the real you or just something you borrowed from the people and styles around you? Of course, most purple people thought they were expressing their true selves, but I…
  • 8 Questions to Feel More Free

    Guest of TSN
    24 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    As a full-time nanny of four, I typically used the family’s van when picking the kids up. One day, however, I unexpectedly found out that I needed to use my own car. This wasn’t a problem for me. I just had to put some stuff in the trunk and say my least favorite phrase: “Please excuse the mess.” As I suspected, the children weren’t thrilled. But at least it gave us something to talk about. “Wow, your car is, like, rotten!” the six-year-old boy immediately exclaimed. “Where do I put my feet?” his older sister asked. I thought surely the next time would be better. They’d be…
  • How to Succeed Through Acceptance

    Kayla Albert
    22 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    I’ve spent a great deal of my life trying to figure out what I should do next, determining where I stand in relation to those around me, creating a harsh comparison between where I am and where I should be. In these moments of contemplation, I’ve always found a way to diminish the beauty of where I stand today. What is out there always seems a little brighter, a little more impressive than what already surrounds me. And this way of thinking and interacting with the world plants the belief that action is king — action is the only way to change and change is the only way from point A to…
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    Lolly Daskal

  • The Fine Line Between Friendship and Leadership

    lollydaskal
    23 Jun 2015 | 4:45 am
    The old school of leadership will tell you that leaders and bosses can’t be friends because it may lead to favoritism. The new school of leadership says there is a way to be friends without compromising relationships or undermining alliances. Leadership is all about relationships—the connections we make, the friendships we create. So how can friendship and leadership coexist? In fact, the two types of relationships have more in common than you’d expect. Here are some of the shared traits: Altruism. Like friendship, true leadership involves selflessness and concern for the well-being of…
  • Communication Mistakes to Avoid in A Difficult Conversation

    lollydaskal
    16 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Some time or another everyone faces a time when a difficult conversation is necessary. It’s in those moments that your true leadership is tested. You may be dealing with an underperforming employee, disagreeing with a spouse, or negotiating with a client. Difficult conversations come in all forms, but they have one thing in common: They’re not easy. We all enjoy challenging others, helping them find their potential, motivating and inspiring them. But sometimes what we are called to do involves conveying bad news in challenging times—and our role as leaders is to have the courage to do…
  • The Up Side To Swimming With Sharks

    lollydaskal
    9 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Fresh fish has long been an important part of the Japanese diet, but the challenges of meeting the demand was overtaxing the area’s waters. To solve the problem, fishing companies acquired bigger boats that could go farther out. But—as is often the case—the solution brought with it a different problem. Longer trips to more distant waters meant the fish had to be frozen on the boats. But frozen fish didn’t suit the refined Japanese taste in seafood, and prices for the frozen fish quickly dropped. So it came to the next idea—installing fish tanks in place of the freezers. After a…
  • Make Sure You’re Stepping Forward, Not On

    lollydaskal
    2 Jun 2015 | 4:23 am
    Working with organizations you meet all kinds of people. There are those who step forward with genuine interest to help and learn—and then there are those whose idea of moving forward is to step over others. You might not recognize these people at first, because they like to talk about being of service and make a show of being obliging. But their actual agenda has nothing to do with helping anyone but with covering up the limitations of their leadership. Here are some signs of those who are busy stepping on while they move forward. They align themselves with others because they feel alone.
  • Ground Yourself in the Power of Your Purpose

    lollydaskal
    26 May 2015 | 4:19 am
    A long time ago, the trees went out to anoint a king. They first said to the olive tree, “Reign over us.” The olive tree answered, “And stop producing my rich oil? I will not.” Then the trees asked the fig tree. But the fig tree answered them, “And stop producing my delicious fruit? I will not.” Next they asked the vine, “Come and reign over us.” But the vine said, “And stop producing my wine? I will not.” About to give up, the trees made one last attempt and asked the bramble. And the bramble said, “If in good faith you are anointing me king over you, then come and take…
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    Steve Pavlina's Personal Development Blog

  • Prisoners

    Steve Pavlina
    9 Jun 2015 | 11:24 am
    Last night a secure prison transport vehicle crashed near Xenia, Ohio. At last report half of the prisoners were killed in the accident. And there were a lot of injuries. But many of the survivors were able to escape the damaged vehicle and ran off on foot in different directions. Most of the escapees have since been recaptured, but many are still at large. Law enforcement officers are continuing the search, but they don’t realistically expect to be able to recapture everyone who escaped. One local official admitted, “We’ll try as hard as we can, but we probably…
  • Conscious Heart Workshop Recap

    Steve Pavlina
    8 Jun 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Since people who couldn’t attend have been asking me about the recent Conscious Heart Workshop last month, I’ll share some details about how it turned out, both from my perspective and that of the attendees. As a refresher, what was unique about this workshop (our 11th since 2009) is that there was no pre-set theme and no pre-planned content or structure. The idea was to go with the flow of inspiration all the way through. It was also intended to be a co-creative event, meaning that attendees could influence how it turned out if they felt inspired to do so. Let’s start with…
  • The Forge of Life

    Steve Pavlina
    7 Jun 2015 | 2:55 pm
    Sometimes I like thinking of life as a forge that molds us and gives us shape and substance as we live. We come into this world like blocks of marble, and we’re sculpted by experience. We can let the forge do its job on its own. But we also have the option to consciously participate in the process if we feel ready for that. We can collaborate with the forge in order to have a say in what we’re becoming. Recently I attended a workshop by author/speaker Tim Freke. Tim shared an idea that resonated with me. First he noted the conception that when we die, some people imagine that…
  • Retiring Wealthy Without Money

    Steve Pavlina
    1 Jun 2015 | 11:37 am
    I just received the following email this morning (edited to protect the person’s privacy): Hi Steve, How is your week going? I’m ___ with ___, a company helping people achieve financial success through technology. I came across your site, Steve Pavlina, as I was looking into how young adults can take more control of their money and lives. Your 20s are typically the perfect time to start planning for retirement, but sometimes life gets in the way. What did you do successfully in your 20s, or if you could go back in time, is there anything you would have done differently to ensure…
  • How to Be Vegan

    Steve Pavlina
    21 May 2015 | 8:20 pm
    Here’s a primer on how to adopt and enjoy a long-term vegan lifestyle, which I’ve been doing for 18+ years. I’ll include a little advice on transitioning, but since it’s so easy to find good info on that with a simple Google search, I’ll focus more deeply on the long-term aspects of being vegan as opposed to becoming vegan. Transition to Vegan Foods One way to get started with a vegan diet is to turn your favorite non-vegan foods into vegan ones by making simple substitutions. This isn’t necessarily the healthiest way to go vegan, but it’s a…
 
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    The Chief Happiness Officer Blog

  • Never measure employees on metrics they can’t control

    Alexander
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:24 am
    I once worked with a large insurance company, where the claims handling employees were measured on a number of factors, including average customer wait time on the phone. This is a very typical metric or KPI for call centers and customer service centers but it suffers from one fundamental flaw: That number is outside of the control of the employees. The math is simple: Wait time depends on how many calls come in minus the number of calls employees handle. The latter is something employees can control, the first one is completely outside of their control. Wait times = calls coming in…
  • The first Woohoo Academy was a huge hit. Want to join us for the next one?

    Alexander
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:36 am
    We just had our first ever Woohoo Academy – a 3-day in-depth training for anyone who wants to learn all about happiness at work – and it was a smash hit. 12 people from 7 countries came to Copenhagen for it. The group was a mix of happiness consultants who can use the content in their work with clients and CEOs and HR managers who can apply it to make their own workplaces happier. Here’s some of what they had to say about the training: The Woohoo Academy was, without a doubt, the best training I have ever experienced (and I’ve participated in many trainings). It was…
  • Help: What book should I write next?

    Alexander
    15 Jun 2015 | 11:23 am
    I want to write another book about happiness at work and I have a number of ideas to choose from. I would love to hear your thoughts – which of these books would give you the most value? Which intrigues you the most? Leading with happiness A book on a new kind of leadership that seeks to maximize happiness rather than profits. Manners for managers A short book of rules for managers in different situations – to help managers avoid behavior that is simply rude or bad manners. Quit already A book on quitting to help everyone who feels stuck in a bad job get the heck out of there.
  • Tim Dorsett: Top 10 Tips from Innocent Drinks

    Alexander
    8 Jun 2015 | 1:54 pm
    Last week we had our annual conference on happiness at work and it went insanely well. As always we will share the speeches online and here’s the first one. Tim Dorsett works at Innocent Drinks. His titel is Office MANgel and his job is to make sure that people at Innocent Drinks do great work and go home happy. In his inspiring presentation he shares the top 10 things he’s done to make sure that happen.
  • Catch me in London on October 15

    Alexander
    8 Jun 2015 | 12:38 am
    On October 15 I’m speaking at the Well-Being@Work event in London along with some great people in the field, including Nic Marks and Henry Stewart. Check out the event here.
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    Self Help Daily

  • Reviewing the Get Noticed Theme…

    Joi
    21 Jun 2015 | 3:06 pm
    Pros, Cons, and Random Thoughts The Get Noticed Theme on Genuine Kentucky This review for the Get Noticed WordPress Theme is, admittedly lengthy, but I hope you’ll stick with me. The pros will roll out after the cons and they are just as important… maybe more so. I write a lot of reviews and I mean A LOT. So many, in fact, that I feel like I should have a t-shirt that says, “I have either reviewed you, am reviewing you, or WILL review you.” I’m pretty sure I won’t have one printed up, however, for too many reasons to even count. But, seriously, I am a…
  • 3 Staggering Facts About the Human Brain

    Joi
    18 Jun 2015 | 9:36 am
    The human brain is a wonderful organ that continues to both astound and perplex neuroscientists across the globe. Plenty of research has gone into how the brain works, its specific functions, its storage capacity, memories and so on, but it’s just as interesting to think about what our brains are actually there to do. Our brains tell us that something is right when it’s actually wrong. That’s because the actions we take are influenced by the memories and the experiences we recollect. What’s equally interesting is the fact that, according to the latest research studies, we can’t…
  • Things That’ll Help You Live Longer

    Joi
    12 Jun 2015 | 8:40 am
    A Few You May Not Have Even Thought Of... The infographic above is from Successstory.com and I think it makes a couple of excellent points. The importance of sleep cannot be emphasized enough! Our bodies need sleep to revive, heal, and rejuvenate – especially when we’re stressed or sick. During “tough” patches, our bodies actually crave more sleep than usual but we often try to fight through it or tough it out. Big mistake! When we don’t get enough sleep (not just rest… but actual sleep), we end up paying the price for it.  Unplug, turn off the lights, and…
  • Book Review: The Complete Thyroid Health & Diet Guide - Understanding and Managing Thyroid Disease

    Joi
    4 Jun 2015 | 2:23 pm
    Understanding and Managing Thyroid DiseaseI have had Thyroid Disease for more years than I was Thyroid Disease free. My Grave’s Disease flat out refused to let any medication control it, so they had to destroy it with radiation. Since then, I’ve had to take thyroid medicine every morning. Like allergies, asthma, diabetes, hypertension or a host of other diseases – thyroid disease will sometimes award its owner with good days and will other times make leaving the house seem like a chore. Also like other diseases, a lot… make that A LOT.. of these days can be controlled…
  • Three Week Challenge: Be Kinder Than You Have to Be….

    Joi
    19 May 2015 | 11:18 am
    Why This Will Lead to Greater Peace and Happiness This is one of those “Self Improvement Hacks” that is so simple and so “flowery” that the average person dismisses it without a single thought. I hope you aren’t average. We’re all after the same thing – peace, happiness, joy, stress-free days, good health, and more reasons to smile than to frown. More reasons to laugh than cry. More opportunities to speak positive words than negative ones. We want happier families and relationships – everyone getting along, laughing, and enjoying life’s…
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    Box of Crayons

  • Twofer Tuesday: On Leading & Coaching

    acr
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    Have you joined our Tools for the Time-Crunch Manager LinkedIn group?  It’s designed to inspire and help you conquer the day-to-day challenges of your workday! We often share resources like this… Is your team smarter or wiser or younger or faster than you? Here’s what to do… My friend David Creelman has just published a really smart piece on HBR, where he tackles the challenges of leading a team of people smarter than you. 

I know for me there are days when I feel like the slowest person at Box of Crayons … and that that’s a measure of success. Read: Leading…
  • Great Work Provocation

    Michael Bungay Stanier
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    Is there something you should be leaving at the door? Whenever we assume something about a situation, our abilities or the abilities of others, it limits innovation, possibilities and our Great Work. What assumptions should you be challenging today?
  • On Improving Resilience: In Conversation with Carlos Davidovich

    acr
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:02 am
    If you’ve been listening to this podcast for awhile, you may know that I talk about three core characteristics required to do more great work. One of them is resilience, and that’s what we’re going to be talking about today with my guest, Dr. Carlos Davidovich, who is vice-president of executive coaching at Optimum Talent. In this interview, Carlos and I discuss: The relationship between resilience and neuromanagement Key traits of resilient people Why our beliefs as so essential to overcoming adversity The dangers of “victim mode” How to strengthen one’s resilience Fixed mindset…
  • Twofer Tuesday: On Fun & Getting What We Want

    acr
    23 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    Have you joined our Tools for the Time-Crunch Manager LinkedIn group?  It’s designed to inspire and help you conquer the day-to-day challenges of your workday! We often share resources like this… A Compelling Business Case for Fun… Having some fun and not taking things so seriously are so much more that an indulgence. Fun can be a way of speeding up wisdom. Perhaps that’s why I’ve always loved this quote from Clive James: Common sense and a sense of humor are the same thing, moving at different speeds. A sense of humor is just common sense, dancing. And now, to my utter…
  • Michael’s Sign Language

    Michael Bungay Stanier
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    In what area do you need to accelerate today? Get provoked daily. Sign up our Great Work Provocations. Like a shot of espresso in the morning without the caffeine. Feel free to share – Blog it, Facebook it, Pin it…anyway you like…
 
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    Motivation and Success Strategies | GetMotivation

  • How to succeed in business as an introvert

    Josh Hinds
    16 Jun 2015 | 9:01 pm
    Last century, it was the extrovert we valued – that outgoing, gregarious individual who had strong and aggressive leadership skills, who never met a “stranger,” who could make the hard sale, and whose personality was “all over the workplace.” The 21st century, however, is the century of the introvert – that individual who is more introspective, who contemplates and analyzes, who has a quiet fortitude, who has the focus and the creativity that can spread a brand, and who will take the time to analyze and assess all possible strategies and solutions. These are the qualities that we…
  • Use Creativity to Succeed

    Josh Hinds
    30 May 2015 | 8:56 pm
    Now, more than ever, companies need creativity and creative thinking in the day-to-day operations in order to truly excel and rise above the competition. We often think of the great innovators such as Thomas Edison or Steve Jobs as the “creatives”, the kind of people who had such revolutionary ideas that they changed the world. Or we read stories like that of Elizabeth Holmes, founder and CEO of Theranos, who developed a simpler, less painful way to test blood that has turned her into the youngest self-made female billionaire in the world and we think “I could never have an idea like…
  • 4 Easy Steps to Stopping Procrastination in its Tracks

    Josh Hinds
    28 May 2015 | 6:11 am
    We almost all procrastinate — let’s just get that out in the open. And it’s OK. There’s nothing wrong with that. Our brains need to rest. They simply need balance. The problem occurs when it looks like the procrastination will never end and we never achieve our important, but complex challenges. In simple cases we can observe from a visual sign of procrastination – the cluttering. When we clutter up pieces of paper, newspapers, clothing (everywhere but not in the closet), leave dishes on the table, etc. we often say that we’ll deal with it later. We overestimate our future…
  • 8 Awesome Productivity Tools You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

    Josh Hinds
    16 May 2015 | 9:15 pm
    For busy professionals, there never seems to be enough time during the day to complete every task given at work. A lot of things are happening at once that you need to practice multitasking to finish up everything. Juggling multiple tasks such as projects, campaigns and writing proposals all at the same time is a serious business. Not everyone was given superpowers to handle daily grind but you can use effectual gadgets or system to manage your time well. To help you out in catching up with your work demands, here are more realistic and cost-effective alternative tools that will make you work…
  • Overcome the magical money myth and put yourself on the path to true financial security

    Josh Hinds
    14 May 2015 | 7:55 pm
    There are few things in our chaotic lives that are more reliable and dependable than money. Dollars can be counted, budgeted, and allocated. Money acts the same way every time and will do exactly what you tell it to do, but it’s not magic. I’m always amazed when people take this down-to-earth medium of exchange and expect it to be magical. For over 25 years, I have had a college scholarship, and to date, we have helped send over 500 students to my alma mater. Recently, I ran into an aspiring student and her mother at an event where I was speaking, and they told me they were hoping to get…
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    Danielle LaPorte: white hot truth + sermons on life

  • Sacred Geometry. Meaning, vibes, and silver foil on your hot bod’.

    reneemasur
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:50 am
    Symbols carry energy. Some symbols are considered sacred, extra high-vibe’d. They reflect the fundamental shapes found in nature, in cellular structures, in fractals….and they’ve been used for centuries in spiritual art and architecture. Think of them as icons of energy — talismans of cosmic truth. Metatron’s Cube is governed by the Archangel Metatron, who oversees bringing spiritual knowledge into form. Metatron is cited in Judaism, and some branches of Christianity and Islamic traditions. He is a great Angel to call on to move your ideas into reality — he’s the guy who…
  • 12 Things I know about real deal healers

    reneemasur
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    photo credit: Catherine Just Shamans, intuitives, channellers, mediums, clairvoyants, seers, priestesses, ministers, healers, crystal workers, alchemists, and energy workers. I know them. I started reading books of channelled material when I was thirteen. Went to my first psychic at fifteen. Currently, I have an energy worker on my business payroll. Really. I’ve heard a lot of stories of how people’s “healing powers” came to be. I’ve left energy healing sessions knowing that a miracle transpired in my lungs. I’ve left “readings” feeling a dark shadow wafting, and used for my…
  • Love the necessary hard work. #Truthbomb elaborations

    reneemasur
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    And by “necessary hard work” I do not mean: slogging on something you don’t really want to be doing in the first place. This is not about sucking it up or faking it. By “necessary hard work” I mean: FIRST you commit to something that lights you up, pulls you forward, truly inspires you — the career, a relationship, a project (and YOU can be that improvement project, by the way.) And then it’s so much easier to embrace the heavy lifting required. When you’re doing the hard work in the context of joy and commitment, you tend to bitch way less about doing what it takes. So! Joy…
  • Thrive While You Strive. (Or at least get there alive.) Q&A Spreecast with Danielle LaPorte & Gunnar Lovelace

    reneemasur
    24 Jun 2015 | 9:12 am
    REGISTER HERE (it’s free, of course) There’s an Entrepreneur’s Code of Camaraderie that binds us to tell other entrepreneurs how to not screw up majorly. Of course, the first thing you learn is that you’re going to screw up. And then you’re going to get it right. Really right. Then once you pull off a few good things in your career, and if your heart is a gold one, then you become obsessively helpful to other creatives and hustlers. When the right questions come from the right person, you become an open book of solicited advice. They can’t shut you up. Jump cut to Gunnar…
  • Been burned? Betrayal, denial, and the bloody beauty of it all.

    reneemasur
    23 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    photo credit: Catherine Just I’ve been betrayed — severely. Thank God. Betrayal is such a defining experience — it lays your heart bare, and that’s a bloody, good thing. Bloody good. Betrayal shows precisely where you are weak and where you are mighty — in one fell swoop. Betrayal shows your loyalty. Betrayal reveals the lies you’ve been telling yourself. Being betrayed by another person is often (not always,) a reflection of how you were betraying yourself. It’s a lie looking back at you. This is how it unfolds, starting with the pinnacle scene: You realize you’ve been…
 
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    Jungle of Life

  • 7 Typography Apps for Your Smartphone

    Lance Ekum
    25 Jun 2015 | 7:18 am
    Tweet Typography fanatics appreciate nothing more than smartly arranged type and neatly designed typefaces. Members of the web design industry tend to be some of the biggest fans of typography, as this goes hand in hand with their profession. Those who don’t think that typography is a big deal don’t yet understand the psychological impact of seeing a font perfectly complement a particular layout. Having poor typography can be extremely detrimental to your business. Having great quality typography, though, can mean the difference between making a sale on your website or the user clicking…
  • Hints and Tips to Help You Find the Best Car Title Loan Lender in San Jose

    Lance Ekum
    25 May 2015 | 3:12 pm
    Tweet There are a lot of car title loan lenders around. This is mainly because lenders are starting to understand that people continue to have financial difficulties but can’t turn to regular lenders due to their credit status. As such, these types of lenders have become some of the most popular loan types out there. How Car Title Loans Work Companies that offer car title loans in San Jose are a lot more lenient than credit card companies or banks. This is because of the type of loan they offer. Basically, these types of loans are secured against your vehicle, which means that if you do…
  • How To Choose A High-Quality Course

    Lance Ekum
    21 May 2015 | 1:38 pm
    Tweet Students to take time before choosing courses that suit them. First and foremost, list all the professional fields that you find interesting in order from the best downwards. From these fields, come up with courses that have strong a base for these interests. Finally, add topics that you found most interesting when in school with the jobs that you envy most. These combined will give you light concerning the course that is most interesting. Take time and do research on the internet, academic publications, newspapers and professionals around you about courses and prospective careers. Find…
  • Janis Heaphy Durham Introduces Her New Book The Hand On The Mirror

    Guest Author
    12 May 2015 | 3:33 am
    Tweet The Hand on the Mirror chronicles the extraordinary events that followed the loss of my husband, Max Besler, to cancer in 2004, but it’s more than a “ghost story.” It’s the story of my spiritual journey, one that has brought me to a new understanding of the unbelievable power of love to cross the divide between life and death. The title event refers to perhaps the most startling event, which was the appearance of a skeleton-like image of a man’s handprint on the bathroom mirror next to the bedroom where Max spent his final months. I found it on the first anniversary of Max’s…
  • 12 Unsung Heroes of the World to Inspire You

    Lance Ekum
    8 May 2015 | 2:22 pm
    Tweet Source: Success Story
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    Kala's Bohemian Blog - Explore Your Spirit with Kala

  • Everything Old is New “age” Again

    Kala Ambrose
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:19 pm
    9 Life Altering Lessons: Secrets of the Mystery Schools Unveiled by Kala Ambrose “Never regard study as a duty, but as an enviable opportunity to learn to know the liberating influence of beauty in the realm of the spirit for your own personal joy  and to the profit of the community to which your later works belong”. – Albert Einstein Hello, my name is Kala. I’m not here to teach you anything; rather I’m here to help you remember what you already know at a soul level. I teach what are referred to as wisdom teachings. Some of the most recognized are the teachings from ancient…
  • Clear the Energy in Your Home During the Summer Solstice

    Kala Ambrose
    19 May 2015 | 2:51 pm
    Summer Solstice is a three-day celebration of the apex of the Sun’s journey bringing light to the Earth. Though the heat of Summer is just beginning, this date actually begins the ‘metaphorical’ decline of the Sun as it embarks on its journey to the Underworld, which will culminate on December 21st,( the darkest day of the year). This cycle also represents the stages of life that each person goes through in the physical, the spring of our youth, the summer peak of our adult years, the reaping of wisdom in our golden years of autumn and the return to spirit world in winter. Ancient…
  • Working with Sacred Portals

    Kala Ambrose
    5 May 2015 | 7:12 pm
      Wise Woman Wisdom Lesson Four: Elementals in the Garden: Working with Sacred Portals During the two sacred portal openings that occur each day (sunrise and sunset), there arises the heightened opportunity to connect with magical beings between the earth plane and the spiritual planes. As advanced practitioners are aware, along with these daily portal openings, magical connections can be strengthened during particular days of the week, which have mystical properties attached to them. To connect with magical beings through the universal connection of “as above, so below”, we can choose…
  • Infuse Your Aura with Fruit and Water

    Kala Ambrose
    12 Mar 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Infusion Pitcher When I teach about how to clear, cleanse and restore the aura, I mention seven techniques which were used in the ancient healing temples to help people heal at the mind, body and spirit level. Their techniques included restoring and rejuvenating the aura energy fields using fresh fruits and vegetables.  In my Activate Your Aura Course, I share how colors, foods, crystals and natural elements enhance the aura and how becoming aware of the emotional and mental state can enhance or deflate the aura. One of the techniques to activate your aura is to work with color and surround…
  • Kala’s Writing Tip #4 – Write About What You Know and What You Love

    Kala Ambrose
    5 Mar 2015 | 9:29 am
    Today’s Writing Tip is to Write About What You Know and What You Love Recently there’s been a trend to jump to a hot topic in writing, one where everyone else seems to be making big money and receiving huge accolades for their work in this genre. You may have noticed this change in an author that you’ve been following for a while, like a romance author.  For years, you have been enjoying her sweet tales of love and courtship and are excited to hear that she has a new book coming out. Knowing that you love this author, you pre-order the book, not even paying attention to the book…
 
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    emily stoddard

  • Jane Hirshfield on Living by Questions

    Emily Stoddard
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:28 pm
    “In times of darkness and direness, a good question can become a safety rope between you and your own sense of selfhood: A person who asks a question is not wholly undone by events. She is there to face them, to meet them. If you’re asking a question, you still believe in a future. And in times that are placid and easy, a good question is a preventive against sleepwalking, a way to keep present the awakening question that’s under all other questions: ‘What else, what more?'” The post Jane Hirshfield on Living by Questions appeared first on emily stoddard.
  • The Badass Poem Finds a Home

    Emily Stoddard
    21 Apr 2015 | 1:21 pm
    I’m excited to share that the week began with an acceptance. Menacing Hedge has accepted six of my poems for its summer issue, expected this July. I’m so grateful for this vote of confidence in my work… having all six poems accepted and able to appear together is a special thrill that I did not expect. It means a lot to me that people will have the option of reading the poems together, as some in this set were written around the same time and in a kind of mutual exploration of each other. And the batch includes the badass poem that I recently mentioned. It was the poem…
  • Remembering the Importance of Badassery

    Emily Stoddard
    25 Mar 2015 | 6:56 pm
    It’s funny how kicks from the past can arrive at the right moment. Lynn Melnick has written an excellent, close read of Diane Wakoski’s work in the Los Angeles Review of Books. As a former student of Diane’s, much of Melnick’s essay resonates with my experience of Diane, her poetry, and her “enduring badassery.” No one could make me think twice about a “lazy image” like she could. The essay has shown up at a time when I’m noticing that my poetry has gone surfacey, lost touch with its raw parts, started to shy from honesty. (Curiously, this has overlapped…
  • Toni Morrison on Artists & Silence

    Emily Stoddard
    24 Mar 2015 | 4:53 pm
    “There is no time for despair, no place for self-pity, no need for silence, no room for fear. We speak, we write, we do language. That is how civilizations heal.” The post Toni Morrison on Artists & Silence appeared first on emily stoddard.
  • ToC Announced for An Alphabet of Embers

    Emily Stoddard
    6 Jan 2015 | 8:15 am
    Rose Lemberg has announced the table of contents for An Alphabet of Embers, and I’m thrilled and humbled all over again that I get to be a part of this anthology. It’s an amazing lineup of writers — and so many fellow first-timers! When I saw the project on Kickstarter and eventually decided to submit, I realized I had entered the dangerous “smitten” zone of hoped-for publication. By the time I was done revising (and revising and revising) my piece to submit, the little deer of hope in my gut was prancing around and shouting, “This has to be the place!
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    Everything Counts!

  • One and Done

    Gary Ryan Blair
    14 Jun 2015 | 7:29 pm
    We’re all playing a high stakes game of one and done, as you have exactly one life in which to do everything you’ll ever do. Therefore, it’s in your best interest to get serious and focus on results. – Gary Ryan Blair It’s my great desire to ignite a flame under your behind today, one that compels you to step up your game, to raise the bar, and to astound yourself by what you can get accomplished in a short period of time. Why? Because, you’re now in the home stretch of June, and the end of the second quarter is in sight. What are you going to do in these…
  • The Curse of Good Intentions

    Gary Ryan Blair
    7 Jun 2015 | 7:57 pm
    THE GREATEST WASTE of untapped resources in this world, are people’s good intentions that don’t translate into purposeful, goal directed behavior. . Therefore, allow me to explain the critical difference between intentions and results. . On a global scale, there is a chronic disconnect between intentions and results, as the goals that companies and individuals set for themselves often bare little resemblance to the results that they actually achieve. The fact is… Intentions have never once put food on your table, or clothes on your back. Intentions have never put…
  • Become Your Own Hero

    Gary Ryan Blair
    31 May 2015 | 12:32 pm
    Here’s the thing… If self-reliance means a strong belief in your own ability to achieve success and happiness, then dependency is an absence of such belief.  Until you learn to stand on your own two-feet and take full responsibility for yourself, your results, and your future… you’ll never fully know just how strong and capable you really are. My favorite quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson provides us with the perfect entre into this message. “What lies behind us and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies within us!”  If we all accepted Emerson’s observation…
  • The Fork in The Road

    Gary Ryan Blair
    24 May 2015 | 9:28 pm
    A  FORK IN THE ROAD is a powerful metaphor for a defining moment in  your life, one where you must make an important decision when faced with multiple options. Written in 1916, “The Road Not Taken” is a poem by Robert Frost. In  the final stanza he closes with these words…Two roads diverged in a  wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all  the difference. Self-Discipline is your fork in the road, and your willingness and  ability to impose it consistently, will make a monumental difference  in your life, your career, your health, your…
  • Going Up

    Gary Ryan Blair
    11 May 2015 | 1:39 pm
    A VERTICAL JUMP or vertical leap is the act of ELEVATING your center of gravity higher up off the ground. A high vertical jump is one of the key tests and important measurements in almost every sport to include, football, baseball, basketball, gymnastics and volleyball. In our garage at home, I place a $5 bill on the wall and challenge my boys to jump up. If they can touch the $5 bill….they get to keep it. I then place another one just a little bit higher, and challenge them to ELEVATE their performance. This is another simple, yet highly effective goal setting exercise that anyone can…
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    Escape Adulthood with Kim & Jason

  • Do You Need to Be a Workaholic to Be Great?

    Jason
    28 Jun 2015 | 3:00 am
    Is it possible to be great and well-balanced at the same time? By great, I mean championship quality. Among the best in the world. And by well-balanced, I don’t mean that you’re never stressed, or are able to fit everything in, and be all things to all people. What I mean is that you don’t have to be singularly focused on being great. People like Steve Jobs (co-founder of Apple) and James Cameron (director of Titanic and Avatar) are undeniably great. But if you dig into their stories, they certainly weren’t balanced. Neither would ever be considered for a “Father of the Year”…
  • Saturday Morning Sprinkles: Millennium Falcon Bed Edition

    Jason
    27 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    • How about this epic Millennium Falcon bed a creative dad made for his son? • Speaking of Star Wars, my aunt told me about this new Star Wars themed Disney Cruise. I may or may not have peed my pants a little. Featuring “Night clubs decked out as the Mos Eisley cantina with music, characters, cocktails and more” …are you kidding me!?! • Yes, please and thank you: A New Preschool in Japan Designed to Accumulate Large Puddles When it Rains (hat tip to Jenna) • This video message from my friend Geoff is the best book birthday gift ever! Click here to view the embedded…
  • This Week in Rule Breaking

    Jason
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:30 am
    Rules that don’t exist are all around us, and they can keep us from living a life of awesome. In honor of the release of Penguins Can’t Fly, we are posting different rules all over social media, using the hashtag #notarule. Some are rules we’ve uncovered, others have been shared with us from people like you. Follow along on Instagram, Tumblr, or Facebook or share your own rule here! This is one of a series of hilarious photos sent to me by a mom in Ohio who quoted her daughter as saying, “Because anyone can have typical senior photos but only a few can have awesomesauce…
  • What This Author Is Doing on Launch Day

    Jason
    23 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Well, today is the day! My book, Penguins Can’t Fly, officially launches into the world! Perhaps you’re wondering, “What does an author do on launch day?” More on that in a sec, but first, a little housekeeping. Thank you for putting up with all the onslaught about this book. Many people have praised us for our effort, but I am sure there are others who have been driven away. So…if you’re still here, I am grateful! Sometimes, when you really believe in something, it’s worth putting everything you have into it. I’d rather have a few unsubscribes than a sackful of regret…
  • #Notarule Tour Kicks Off in Ottawa

    Jason
    22 Jun 2015 | 9:05 am
    The #Notarule Tour officially kicked off this past Saturday in Kim’s hometown of Ottawa, Illinois. A steady stream of people stopped by the Book Mouse, the adorable little independent bookstore that hosted us. It was great to see so many friendly faces and meet some new people, too! One highlight was that there were representatives from each of the first three Escape Adulthood Summits on hand, including these three (and a few others who didn’t make this photo): Besides the opportunity to buy Penguins Can’t Fly before its official release date, attendees were also encouraged…
 
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    The BridgeMaker

  • Five Ways to Unplug and Connect

    Alex Blackwell
    13 Jun 2015 | 11:00 pm
    As we get past our material wants and instant gratification we connect to a deeper part of ourselves, as well as to others. – Judith Wright I have two laptop computers, a smart phone, four email accounts, a Twitter and a Facebook profile, an iPhone 6, four television sets and a blog. The tendency to use such devices or visit these websites frequently and then become absorbed with the information we are gleaning from them is a condition called hyperconnectedness. In the spirit of full disclosure, I suffer with this condition, too. Life continues to move on – with or without us…
  • What Keeps Your Faith Alive?

    Alex Blackwell
    7 Jun 2015 | 5:16 am
    We are twice armed if we fight with faith. – Plato Some days the bad news rushes over you like a storm surge from a high tide. Rescue feels hopeless. Disaster seems certain. The ISIS threat – earthquakes – a rising murder rate – things are getting blacker; it’s as if the world is spinning out of control and faith has died. But there’s hope. While no one person can push back the water, it takes just one person, one voice at a time, and one choice at a time, to refuse to go under by keeping their head up and seeing what’s good. It takes just one person to keep faith alive so…
  • The Best Marriage Advice I Have to Share

    Alex Blackwell
    31 May 2015 | 10:49 am
    Marriage: Love is the reason. Lifelong friendship is the gift. Kindness is the cause. Til’ death do us part is the length. – Fawn Weaver The odds were stacked against my marriage. The skeptics announced their doubts without much of a filter. After all, how could a 22-year-old first-year high school teacher with little money provide a comfortable life for a 19-year-old college freshman who was six weeks pregnant? Yep, the odds weren’t in our favor. We were young, immature and scared to death. With eyes rolling and teeth clinched, our families watched us marry as side bets were…
  • The Most Dangerous Word

    Alex Blackwell
    3 May 2015 | 1:14 am
    Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever. – Mahatma Gandhi Tomorrow. Tomorrow is the most dangerous word. When we make the choice to put something off until tomorrow, we are missing the opportunity to live fully in the present; to live in the here and now; to live this day. None of us have a guaranteed ticket punched for tomorrow. What we are guaranteed, however, is this day. We shouldn’t miss the chance to live each day to its fullest and without regret. We should strive every day to tell our spouses and partners we love them. We should hug our…
  • 10 Things to Tell Your Wife Everyday

    Alex Blackwell
    29 Apr 2015 | 3:49 pm
    Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage. – Lao Tzu Sometimes life gets in the way and husbands don’t always find an opportunity to tell their wives how important they are to them. Whether it’s the “problem of the day” or a hectic schedule, it can be challenging for men to find the right moment to tell their spouse how much they are loved and appreciated. If you are a husband who struggles with letting your wife know what she means to you, here are ten simple, but heartfelt ways to express how you truly feel. 1. Say,…
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    The Cracker Lady's House

  • The Last Road in Yerington

    28 Jun 2015 | 12:28 am
    The Last Road in YeringtonThere is a road I’ve yet to travel.  It is not the longest or the most adventurous road I’ve traveled. It is not the first time I have driven this road, but It is the last road I will ever go down.  It will start at the corner of Main & Bridge Street.    The Wells Fargo Bank will be on the left and the Copeland Lumber Company will be on the right. It might be called something else now, but when I was a kid it stood there like a big orange square Jack-o-Lantern with its black cat logo.  Every time I went by it I would count how many…
  • You May Be From Yerington In the 50’s-70’s If…. (Part Three)

    26 Apr 2015 | 7:30 pm
    You May Be From Yerington In the 50’s-70’s If…. (Part Three)  ...You thought it was fun to watch grocery trucks unload or hair cuts.  Mac the barber cut “Baby Face Nelson’s hair” right in that very chair. (CB) & (MB)  ---You hung out at John’s Cafe hoping a friend with a car would let you drag Main with them. (CB)  ---if you didn’t drag in a car, you walked up and down Main until your feet got tired, then return to John’s Cafe or the F&B for a coke and some 25 cent order of french fries. (CB)… You remember hearing the “dart” trucks from the…
  • You May Be From Yerington In the 50’s-70’s If…. (Part Two)

    20 Apr 2015 | 12:18 pm
    You May Be From Yerington In the 50’s-70’s If…. (Part Two)...You know which side of a dead cottonwood tree the edible mushrooms grow (MB)… When you are hunting, hiking or mushroom picking to close all the head gates and to pack out what you packed in. (MB),,,You love the aroma of new mowed alfalfa. (MB)...You remember the dog catcher patrolling on his 1930’s bike, but still question where the basted dogs sat. (MB)      ...You are a Giants fan who despises, no absolutely hated, the LA Dodgers.  Dodger blue makes you nauseated. (MB)...You remember when…
  • You’ve Stood the Test of Time

    15 Apr 2015 | 5:38 pm
    You’ve Stood the Test of Time      Today, my Aunt Connie is going on the Honor Flight to Washington D.C. with the vets to see the WWII veterans memorial and other sites.  This is a program put on by the University of Nevada.  It is completely paid for by volunteers.  Someone from Aunt Connie's church will be her chaperone.  My aunt, Carol Conrad McGee, was a WWII navy nurse.  She is now 94 years old.  This will be a challenging trip for her, but has a sweet determination to go.  On her trip, they’re going to have a “mail call” on…
  • Yerington’s 1950’s Kids Chase The Mosquito Truck

    13 Apr 2015 | 12:01 pm
    Yerington’s 1950’s Kids Chase The Mosquito Truck A Memoir by Mary Burns(Published in the Mason Valley News in 1987)Burns Kids 1950'sMary BurnsThe year is 1959(ish) in a South Yerington neighborhood after dinner on hot July evening. Twenty or so juvenile type renegades come streaming out of our houses and start gathering on the big lawn.  Our tummies now full - we are ready for some action.  Could this be the night? It hasn’t happened in awhile. Maybe it will show tonight.  Twenty little kids, nauseous with anticipation, are impatiently shifting around the big lawn.
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  • Situational Leadership for Dummies

    22 Jun 2015 | 9:19 am
    Today I'm featuring a guest post by Henna Inam, a colleague whose outstanding new book, Wired for Authenticity, is a must-read for leaders.This past Sunday I got to spend a few hours as a “dumb blonde." It taught me some great lessons about authentic leadership. As an executive coach, I often work with clients to expand their leadership behaviors. As leaders we often get stuck within a narrow range of leadership behaviors. This can derail us because different situations call for different leadership behaviors. You are naturally decisive and move fast but a business challenge you face…
  • Are You a Time Warrior?

    12 May 2015 | 1:16 pm
     “The best futures get created in the present moment.”– Steve Chandler in Time WarriorI just finished reading the last “time management” book I’ll ever need.Actually, referring to Time Warrior by Steve Chandler as that kind of book is a misnomer. Because it’s so much more.Chandler nails the culprits that prevent us from getting the most from each day, such as:A need to please and be liked by others Self-doubts about our ability to get organized or accomplish our goalsWrong-headed belief that procrastination is a permanent character defectLack of a strong purpose or…
  • Are You Leading with GRIT?

    15 Apr 2015 | 2:00 pm
    No, I’m not talking about the determination and resolve you need when taking on a challenging project or trying to tough it out through a difficult time. That kind of grit is certainly required for anyone to succeed in life.I’m referring to the acronym that Laurie Sudbrink created in her terrific book, Leading with GRIT. In this context, GRIT® stands for the four elements leading the way to success…Generosity, Respect, Integrity and Truth.Laurie’s consulting work with clients has been influenced by Don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements, which I summarized in an earlier post.
  • How to Help Everyone in an Organization Become a Coach

    2 Apr 2015 | 2:16 pm
    When I got my first job as a supervisor, I was given no training on how to be an effective leader. I made a lot of mistakes. And I had absolutely no idea how to coach my direct reports on to improve their performance.Unfortunately, what I experienced is not uncommon.Companies often invest huge amounts of money and time training managers on the technical aspects of their job yet don’t make a similar investment teaching them how to lead and coach others.As I read Thomas G. Crane’s excellent book, The Heart of Coaching, I got to thinking about how many folks (including me back then) could…
  • Tim Duncan and The Importance of Servant Leadership

    26 Mar 2015 | 7:19 am
    Today I'm featuring a guest blog post by Quinn McDowell, a colleague whose passion for developing strong leaders, parents and young people matches my own.Tim Duncan will go down as one of the 10 greatest NBA players of all time. He was a three-time NCAA Collegiate All American and Naismith Player of the Year at Wake Forest and then went on to become the No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft. Over the course of his 17-year NBA career, he has been selected to the All-Defensive Team 14 times and the All-NBA Team 14 times. Three times, he was awarded the NBA Finals MVP and twice the NBA Regular Season…
 
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  • Bringing Out The Best In Those You Lead

    Tanveer Naseer
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    Image © Wharton MagazineOf all the seasons of the year, summer is without question my favourite. From attending the various outdoor festivals that Montreal has become renowned for, to the annual summer vacation breaks with my family, there’s no question that summer is a time for renewal and rejuvenation.Of course, renewal and rejuvenation is something that summer has also brought to my garden which, after several years of trying to grow various flowers and shrubs, is finally the kind of garden I had hoped to grow since we moved into our house many years ago.The process of testing out…
  • 6 Internal Sources Of Strength For Leaders To Develop

    Tanveer Naseer
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    The following is a guest piece by Dr. Nancy D. O’Reilly, PsyD.We leaders tend to focus on developing external resources. How can we make the best use of our team’s time, budget, and expertise? Yes, these are important considerations, and leaders who ignore them won’t be leading for long. But too often, leaders focus so much on external factors that they neglect (or completely ignore) their internal resources: their attitudes, perspectives, motivation, and beliefs that make up their true selves.I get why this happens. Too many people view self-work as an unnecessary “soft…
  • 2 Techniques That Transform Leadership Communication

    Tanveer Naseer
    16 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    The following is a guest piece by Dr. Alan Zimmerman.It was the most memorable line in the movie Cool Hand Luke. When the prisoners wouldn’t listen, the prison guard uttered that ominous line: “What we have here is a failure to communicate.”In a similar sense, almost every employee survey complains about a “lack of communication.” Perhaps you work in one of those places.The good news is: there are two communication makeups that can fix that. One that deals with the quantity of your communication. The other addresses the quality of your communication.Makeup #1: DNDT…
  • Do You Motivate By Obligation Or Commitment?

    Tanveer Naseer
    9 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    When I sat down to write this latest piece for my leadership blog, I realized that today marks a special anniversary – exactly 6 years ago on this date I took the plunge to begin writing my own blog. Without question, it’s been a long and exhilarating journey both in terms of the evolution of my site as well as in terms of my writing style and approach.Given that it’s a rare occurrence for this writing anniversary to coincide with the day of the week that I publish my latest articles, I thought this would be a wonderful opportunity to reflect on this writing anniversary and what…
  • A Lesson On Bringing Out The Best In Those You Lead

    Tanveer Naseer
    2 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    Over the past few weeks, I’ve been writing about the various characteristics and perspectives leaders need to have to be successful in bringing out the best in those they lead. Sharing some of these insights has brought to mind a question I was asked recently following one of my presentations on leadership.The question I was asked revolved around how can a leader encourage those under their care to challenge their assumptions of what they’re capable of in order to help them to grow and evolve into stronger contributors to their organization’s vision.I decided to answer this…
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    Interruption Management

  • Interruptions in Health Care!

    30 Jun 2015 | 4:16 am
    In an article titled Sidetracks on the Safety Express, Matthew Grissinger, RPh, FASCP convincingly makes the case for doing one thing at a time and avoiding multi-tasking if at all possible.Three Excerpts: "...the risk of any medication error increases 12.7% with each interruption, and the risk of a harmful medication error is doubled when nurses are interrupted four times during a single drug administration and tripled when they’re interrupted six times. Thus, distractions and interruptions have major consequences in health care.""Distractions and interruptions include anything that…
  • Be Interrupted Less, Achieve More

    26 Jun 2015 | 7:47 am
    Get interrupted less, achieve more: With office and workplace interruptions on the rise, career professionals everywhere are experiencing monumental struggles to stay focused. By some studies, today’s typical worker is interrupted every 11 minutes and then takes another 25 minutes to return to the original task because of all the other distractions along the way. The more often you can keep interruptions at bay, stay focused on the task at hand, and allow yourself to do your best work, the more you’ll get done in a day.
  • Enhanced TVs, Less Exercise

    26 Jun 2015 | 7:45 am
    TVs in 2016 will get brighter, thinner, and more social.Do we need this? With an already an obese, often mentally unhealthy populace, will whiz bang TVs do anything about that?
  • Six Keys to the Future, circa 1990

    16 Jun 2015 | 9:07 am
    In his 1990 book, Powershift, author Alvin Toffler proclaimed that the top six keys to the future are:* interactivity * mobility * convertibility* connectivity * ubiquity * globalization.When combined, said Toffler, these six principles point to a total transformation, not nearly in the way we send messages to one another, but in the way we think, how we see ourselves in the world, where we stand in our relationships. Put together, they will make it impossible for any institution to manage ideas, imagery, data, information, or knowledge as they once did.Was he right? Looks like it.
  • Memory, Interrupted

    8 Jun 2015 | 5:50 am
    Nearly 21 years ago Mens' Health reported on finding about trying to remember important events: "Memories aren't always carbon copies of events," said Elizabeth Loftus, Ph.D., author of The Myth of Repressed Memory. She has studied eyewitness accounts of everything from murder to revolution.Actually, your mind is in a constant editing mode, changing the original memory so that it reflects newly acquired facts. "This is why one person's view of a particular incident may be quite different from someone else's, even if it happened just seconds ago," said Loftus.To ensure you remember something…
 
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  • Thinking Magically™ | What Everyone Ought to Know About Success and Happiness

    scottgrossberg
    1 Jul 2015 | 9:08 am
    Good morning, Thinking Magically Tribe –The day is finally here! The launch date for “The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life.”Here are some of the details. The print version of the book is available for online ordering from both Amazon and Barnes & Noble.AmazonBarnes & NobleThe book is also available in Kindle format atAmazon.Naturally, I’d love it if you’d purchase a book today. It always helps the ratings for the orders to come in on the release date. (A little note: you might have noticed that both Amazon and Barnes & Noble…
  • Thinking Magically™ | The Meaning of Magic – Part 1 (an excerpt from The Most Magical Secret)

    scottgrossberg
    28 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    From The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life   by Scott Grossberg Copyright © 2015. Reprinted by permission. The moment you doubt whether you can fly, You cease forever to be able to do it. – J.M. Barrie I’m going to share with you the most magical secret. I’m going to show you how to have an ecstatic life, delight-filled experiences, and a joyous existence. Before I do these things I must first define what Magic is so we understand and appreciate what we’re going to create together. I suppose I should warn you ahead of time that author Tom Robbins is…
  • Thinking Magically™ | When Magicians Feel “Unmagical” This is What They Do!

    scottgrossberg
    21 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. You can’t get there by bus, only by hard work and risk and by not quite knowing what you’re doing, but what you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover will be yourself. – Alan Alda (Actor, Director, Writer) I’ve been getting quite a few questions lately from Magicians who want to get themselves motivated, again. They’ve already experienced what the Magic feels like. They remember having that spark of excitement. They just don’t have it at the moment. And…
  • Thinking Magically™ | What Kind of Loser Are You?

    scottgrossberg
    14 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    “I’ve wanted to win at everything, every day, since I was a kid. And time doesn’t change a person, it just helps you get a handle on who you are. Even at age 41, I still hate losing–I’m just more gracious about it. I’m also aware that setbacks have an upside; they fuel new dreams.” ― Dara Torres, Age Is Just a Number: Achieve Your Dreams at Any Stage in Your Life I’ve been in the midst of getting ready for trial. Millions of dollars are on the line. More than money, though, is what the thought of losing means for my client on emotional, visceral, and…
  • Thinking Magically™ | One of the Most Important Things I Did While Writing My Book

    scottgrossberg
    7 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed. – Ernest Hemingway This is a very exciting time. I’ve gotten the proof for my new book, The Most Magical Secret – 4 Weeks to an Ecstatic Life, and I’m delighted with how this project is manifesting. Right now, it’s going to be published in both softbound and ebook versions. I believe an audio version will be released, as well. The really terrific thing about writing this particular book has been the exchange I’ve had with some truly amazing, creative, and incredibly supportive people. But, let…
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    Experience Optimism

  • Kids say the darndest things

    17 Jun 2015 | 11:40 am
    Kids say the darndest things. Or maybe they say the most brilliant statements that can be made. I found this post on the Optimist Club of Greater Vienna's Facebook page today and just had to share. According to the post, a contestant in the Communications Contest for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CCDHH) said, "Confidence with optimism is better than just confidence."It's rather difficult to argue with that kind of logic!If you would like to experience optimism through the eyes of children and young adults, I invite you to join an Optimist Club. Each year, Optimist Clubs host Essay, Oratorical…
  • Our youth will bloom where they are planted

    18 May 2015 | 1:35 pm
    Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the final, or district-level, competition for the Communications Contest for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students (CCDHH) and the Optimist Oratorical Contest for the Pacific Northwest District - Optimist International.This is perhaps one of the most inspirational meetings of the year for we get to hear from the best and brightest young people hailing from British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon and Washington as they share their thoughts on a common theme. This year, that theme is "How my optimism will help me press on to the greater achievements of the…
  • Smiling, it's my favorite thing to do

    9 May 2015 | 10:23 am
    There's something inherently relatable about the little yellow creatures called minions that emerged from the movie "Despicable Me." They are cute, affable, sometimes clumsy and always hard-working.As followers of a more powerful force, we know that they are trying their best just to get by and while doing so, they mumble in an inexplicable language that somehow the viewer understands.Face it: minions make us smile.Do you know what else makes you smile? An Optimist Club. I know that you knew I was going to say that, but that doesn't make it any less true.Much like the minions who come…
  • Malibu teachers awarded for dedication to youth

    7 May 2015 | 8:40 am
    Through its members, Optimist Clubs strive to bring out the best in children by working hands-on with them to help them realize and reach for their full potential. Optimist Clubs do this on a random basis by coordinating scholarship programs, hosting youth sports events and producing family-style festivals, among other things, that set the children in the right direction. However, there are others who do this regularly, every weekday, for nine or more months per year. They are called teachers. The Malibu Optimist Club recently held its eighth annual teacher appreciation "Excellence in…
  • Look for the beauty that is all around you

    27 Apr 2015 | 7:39 am
    Two weeks ago, I was in Hawaii. I first visited Honolulu and enjoyed the busy-ness of the the island paradise along with the remarkable Waikiki Beach. My hotel, the Hilton Hawaii Village Resort, was bustling with activity, much like a small city, as tourists relaxed, dined and were transported to and from island attractions like Pearl Harbor, Diamondhead and more. I heard that Hawaii ran on island time, and this resort seemed to revolve at a special pace.The next and final stop in my island adventure was the big island of Hawaii, carefully chosen because I wanted to see the volcanoes in…
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  • The Handy List of Nootropics & Smart Drugs for the Online Consumer

    Gilbert Ross
    19 Jun 2015 | 12:40 am
    Interest in Nootropics has grown exponentially over recent years within the health conscious communities and is still a trend moving upwards as I write this. Nootropics are essentially smart drugs that can be bought over the counter or online at retail prices below $50. The majority of Nootropics are cognitive enhancers, that is they are designed to effectively improve cognitive functions such as memory (short term and/or long term), learning, alertness, focus and attention. Other Nootropics aim at reducing mental stress and fatigue, relax the mind and body and enhance the mood throughout the…
  • Recycle, Recreate & Regenerate: 5 Simple Ideas to an Eco-friendlier Life

    Gilbert Ross
    4 Jun 2015 | 12:36 pm
    When it comes down to eco-friendly and conscious living I’m all in for it as I’m sure are most of you reading this article. It’s not that I have fully immersed myself down that path yet or living off the land, off grid and in some eco-community. Not that I would mind but I think I am heading towards the right direction at my own pace. My journey right now is one of simple living, that is simplifying all aspects of my life and downsizing to my bare essentials – those things that are helpful to my purpose and journey. The rest is clutter and a distraction at best. So when it comes…
  • The 7 Power Codes of the Heart

    Gilbert Ross
    3 Jun 2015 | 12:30 pm
    In everyday language it is common to use the expression “at the heart of” or “the heart of the matter” indicating how the heart is considered to be of essence or of utmost importance. It’s also interesting to note how the same significance is not attributed to the mind although important in its own right. So what language is reflecting is the implicit agreement among us that the heart comes, or at least ought to come, prior to anything else. Of course what we refer to as the heart, when not using the term literally or medically, is not the physical organ but a…
  • Why Simple Living is the Forgotten Key to Self Actualization

    Gilbert Ross
    28 May 2015 | 12:54 pm
    For the past ten years I have been pretty much into personal development. Well, as a teenager I was already a bit interested in not-so-mainstream topics such as the power of the human mind, psychic phenomena and plenty of other metaphysical topics. It comes to no surprise that my peers thought I was a bit weird, you know how it is. So when I got hooked on to personal development topics later on in life, I was already primed for certain ideas and insights. It came easier for me to hop on from one book or one topic to another without needing a stretch of time to digest certain ideas. I got…
  • Matcha Tea: The Ultimate Green Power

    Gilbert Ross
    19 May 2015 | 8:53 am
    Green Matcha tea is taking the healthy living world by storm. Matcha Lattes for instance have made their way on the menu of trendy coffee shops and big franchises such as Starbucks. The green brew is making a big name outside its old traditional ritual setting and there’s a healthy good reason for that. But what is exactly Matcha tea and why is it becoming a bit of a present day urban legend in the Tea world? Origins and the Traditional Landscape The tea originated from China around the 10th century and became the staple ingredient in Japanese tea ceremonies from around the 12th century. It…
 
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  • “Where are we now?” … from a galactic perspective…

    Content Editor
    21 Jun 2015 | 9:11 am
    Part of my mission and my purpose in these conversations is that you come to know us more clearly as Read More The post “Where are we now?” … from a galactic perspective… appeared first on Council of Love .
  • A conversation with Galea

    admin
    16 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    The show takes a spontaneous turn in addressing the current situation on Earth as well as Lightworker fatigue. Galea gives Read More The post A conversation with Galea appeared first on Council of Love .
  • Lord Maitreya: Get into the love…however you can!

    Content Editor
    13 Jun 2015 | 8:56 pm
    We have left our last conversation in speaking about the hidden fears. We continue this discussion of what it means Read More The post Lord Maitreya: Get into the love…however you can! appeared first on Council of Love .
  • Lord Maitreya continues Unitive Consciousness and Universal Love

    admin
    12 Jun 2015 | 10:19 am
    In a previous recording, Lord Maitreya helped us explore the essence of love, this most difficult and yet ubiquitous substance that Read More The post Lord Maitreya continues Unitive Consciousness and Universal Love appeared first on Council of Love .
  • Today Yeshua talks about Love and Passion…

    Content Editor
    8 Jun 2015 | 7:34 pm
    In the discussion of Love you are discussing the substance, the meaning, the elements, the totality of the universe and Read More The post Today Yeshua talks about Love and Passion… appeared first on Council of Love .
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  • Influence: Giving and Leading Across Generations

    Jon Mertz
    1 Jul 2015 | 5:23 am
    Last week, the research group Achieve, sponsored by the Case Foundation, released the 2015 Millennial Impact Report. This report is one in a series and always delivers essential insights about the emerging generosity of Millennials, the largest generation. Millennials, Statistics, and Giving Within the 2015 Millennial Impact Report, there are many statistics and information to explore. As I read through the report, highlighted below are some statistics to think about as it relates to Millennials, giving, and influence. Giving time and money 84% of Millennial employees made a charitable…
  • MCON: Millennial Influence Rising, A Legacy to Leverage

    Jon Mertz
    27 Jun 2015 | 9:05 am
    On this Saturday morning, many thoughts stream through my mind like a mediocre movie with a solid theme. Thoughts are somewhat random yet connected by an emerging theme of strength in social good. The characters escalating this theme are Millennials, joining with individuals who are older yet have the youthful desire to always make a difference. MCON Stage The stage was set at MCON. Influence is the verb woven through art, media, business, and place. In action come questions: Who is influencing a better way forward? What is being done differently to drive bigger impact? Where are the good…
  • Avoiding Complacency, Embracing Leadership

    Heidi Oran
    24 Jun 2015 | 4:32 am
    I don’t know about you, but every morning when I scan the trends on Facebook and read snippets of news, or click on a trending hashtag on Twitter, I feel overwhelmed. The recent act of terrorism in Charleston, South Carolina, has been yet another reminder that we have much work to do. We have barriers to break. We have belief systems to purge. We have a fight for justice to push for. There has never been a more important time for the leader in all of us to emerge and step forward. If we don’t, our legacy could be that of complacency. How would you like to be remembered as a member…
  • How Millennials Are Changing the Way We Work

    Molly Page
    20 Jun 2015 | 2:30 am
    There’s little doubt that the current Millennial invasion will continue to shake up workplaces across the United States. But how will this generation impact and improve the way we work? Who better to answer that question than Millennial HR professional, Joe Hill? Joe explains, “I got interested in HR while traveling after high school. I was in a leadership program and found that extracting human potential was a passion of mine. HR seemed a natural fit for me.” Joe is currently working in HR at SanDisk and was kind enough to answer a few questions about his generation and how he sees…
  • How Do Holacracy and Freedom Collide?

    Jon Mertz
    17 Jun 2015 | 4:34 am
    This is a good way to think about Holacracy: “…Holacracy is not a governance process ‘of the people, by the people, for the people’ – it’s governance of the organization, through the people, and for the purpose.” Holacracy, page 34 What are the elements of Holacracy? The key elements are: A constitution A new way to structure an organization and define roles and spheres of authority A decision making process A meeting process As you might be able to tell, I recently read Brian Robertson’s new book, Holacracy: The New Management System for a Rapidly Changing World. Brian is one…
 
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    Later Bloomer

  • Photographer Julia Margaret Cameron on Failing in the Dark

    Debra Eve | @DebraEve
    10 Jun 2015 | 8:00 pm
    (June 11, 2015 marks the 200th anniversary of Julia Margaret Cameron’s birth. I’m reposting this in her honor.) Do you recognize this model?  Here’s a clue: Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast. At age 9, she was the shy muse of a stammering Oxford professor named Charles Dodgson. By age 20, she’d become a minor celebrity who’d spent much of her life in front of a camera. As you’ve guessed, she’s Alice Liddell, the girl who inspired Lewis Carroll (Dodgson’s pen name) to write Alice in…
  • Steampunk, Late Blooming, and the Life of John Muir

    Debra Eve | @DebraEve
    20 Apr 2015 | 11:30 pm
    It’s 1 a.m. and John is awake. He knows what will happen but has no desire to stop it. The tick tick tick of the clockwork device sounds like hail upon the windowpane. Any second it will go off. Bam! The device kicks a stone attached to the leg of his bed. The bed crashes down and throws John to the floor. He leaps up, rushes to the freezing cellar where his clockwork desk opens a book and rotates it to him. An hour later, the book closes and the next one rotates into focus. Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, Shakespeare, and ah! Emerson. “I gained five hours, almost half a day!” he…
  • Kenneth Grahame: The Late Bloomer Behind The Wind in the Willows

    Debra Eve | @DebraEve
    28 Mar 2015 | 3:01 pm
    On a brisk autumn day in 1903, George Robinson strode into the Bank of England carrying a sheaf of papers. He demanded to see the president (“governor” in that era’s jargon), who wasn’t there. A clerk found the bank’s secretary, Kenneth Grahame, instead. Robinson offered Grahame the papers. Confused, Grahame accepted them. His hands now free, Robinson drew a gun and fired three shots. Somehow, all missed Grahame. A gang of clerks wrestled Robinson to the ground. The fire brigade blasted him with a high-power fire hose. Then the white coats came and took him away.
  • How Amerigo Vespucci Recognized A New World

    Debra Eve | @DebraEve
    10 Mar 2015 | 7:41 pm
    In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. ~Children’s rhyme If you count historical success by cities and districts, controversy and confused school children, Christopher Columbus has the edge. But if you liken it in square miles, late bloomer Amerigo Vespucci (1454-1512) wins by two continents. Why aren’t the Americas named for Columbus? Because Vespucci took a leap of imagination and recognized the obvious. Venus and Mundus Novus Amerigo Vespucci was born in Florence to a noble family. His Uncle Georgio Antonio, a Dominican friar, gave him an outstanding education in Greek,…
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  • My Healthy, Tasty, Easy Mango Chip Dip Recipe

    Jessica
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:55 am
    As an ambassador for Stonyfield Organic, we are sometimes called upon to participate in really fun recipe challenges, and this one is no exception. The folks at Late July Snacks sent us a bag of their multigrain tortilla chips and our job was to create a yogurt recipe for dipping those delicious chips. As they say, it’s a tough job, but someone had to do it. Well, okay, it wasn’t really a tough job after all. If you know me, I need easy recipes to both follow and to create. So I came up with a super easy mango, avocado, yogurt chip dip recipe that is perfect for summer…
  • That’s Caring: Gifts That Give Back

    Jessica
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:30 am
    If you need to purchase a gift for a friend, colleague, or loved one, look no further. Because there are few gifts more truly special than gifts that give back. Recently I learned about ThatsCaring.com, and couldn’t wait to share it with my readers! That’s Caring is a high-end online gifting company offering gourmet bakery products, confections, and wine and cheese gifts perfect for any recipient. Better yet, each gift purchased from That’s Caring gives twice – once to your intended recipient and once to a hungry child somewhere in the U.S.  They’re fighting childhood…
  • The Healthy Habits of the Lassy Project’s Laura Ownbey

    Jessica
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Laura Ownbey is one of the founders of the Lassy Project, a website and safety app that provides child abduction alerts, giving parents the ability to notify their community about a  missing child within seconds. The project was started after the Colorado community was rocked by the abduction and murder of a 10 year-old girl. The Lassy Project is a combination of GPS, crowd-sourcing, and SMS technology that works together to ensure that when a child is not where they’re supposed to be, you’re notified immediately, giving you the chance to send an alert and create an…
  • 20 Ways to Boost Your Workout Performance

    Jessica
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    Lately when I’ve been exercising, I’ve been feeling a little sluggish. It may just be the weather change, or the need to change things up a bit, but for whatever reason I’m just not feeling it these last couple of weeks. So I started to look at my own habits, and do a little research. What I came up with is this list of 20 ways to boost workout performance, and now I am sharing them with you. Are you ready? Drink plenty of water. This is a big one for me. I’m learning that my body requires more hydration to sustain energy than I thought it did. Water lubricates your muscles and…
  • The Legislation Intended to Keep Consumers in the Dark

    Jessica
    19 Jun 2015 | 5:41 am
    You know what I am really tired of? I’m tired of the government and government agencies trying to tell us what foods to eat and what products to buy. I have a right to purchase homeopathic remedies, and to know what is in my food. I have a right to know how food is made. I have a right to know whether or not the food on my plate has been genetically modified. And so do you. Whether or not you choose to purchase conventional or genetically modified/edited food is completely your choice. Or is it? Let me rephrase that for a moment. Whether or not you choose to purchase conventional or…
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  • Slow Down, Celebrate World Sauntering Day on June 19th

    Flora
    4 Jun 2015 | 6:20 am
    Purchased from CanStockPhoto Are you one of those people who waits for permission to do what’s good for you? Or even worse, do you wait until a huge health challenge puts you down before you change your habits? Whichever is the case, use World Sauntering Day to slow down to enjoy the scene rushing past you called “your life.” Your doctor will be proud of you. Your body and mind will thank you. Best of all, it’ll make you happier. One of the key factors reported to create happiness is slowing down to savor our food, listen to the sounds around us, and appreciate the…
  • The Time of Our Lives or How We Spend Our Marbles

    Flora
    28 May 2015 | 8:29 pm
    Photo from canstockphoto.com [When a friend shared this anonymous story “1000 Marbles” on a message board, everyone enjoyed it.  I thought you would too.] The older I get, the more I enjoy Saturday mornings. Perhaps it’s the quiet solitude that comes with being the first to rise, or maybe it’s the unbounded joy of not having to be at work. Either way, the first few hours of a Saturday morning are most enjoyable. A few weeks ago, I was shuffling toward the basement shack with a steaming cup of coffee in one hand and the morning paper in the other. What began as a…
  • What a beautiful moment!

    Flora
    23 Apr 2015 | 9:28 pm
    A great moment. This 102-year-old grandma sees her dancing days on film for the first time. Posted by HLN on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 The post What a beautiful moment! appeared first on Color Your Life Happy.
  • Create a Healthier Planet for a Happier You

    Flora
    21 Apr 2015 | 12:32 am
    Compliments of freedigitalphotos.net When Earth Day started 45 years ago, it wasn’t a federal holiday yet. But 21 million people concerned for our environment took part. Air pollution was only one of many concerns about the damage we were doing to our earth. For some people, concern for the environment was sparked long before the first Earth Day celebration. It was 1979 when at age 16 when Jadav “Molai” Payeng noticed that a flood had washed ashore many snakes who died in the heat without tree cover. Pained by this sight, Payeng approached the forest department about…
  • How to Create the Happiness You Deserve

    Flora
    8 Mar 2015 | 6:51 pm
    Copyright: magiceyes / 123RF Stock Photo   Pursuing happiness has become a cliché not just because it’s overused, but also because we misunderstand it and go about it all wrong. When the authors of the U.S. Declaration of Independence penned that Americans have the right to “the pursuit of happiness” they meant we have the right to occupy our lives with moral and spiritual activities that would lead to the well-being of humanity. Their view of happiness was not limited to accumulating material items and fulfilling personal desires. There was no right to be happy, but…
 
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  • The Art of Creating Appealing Websites; Trends to Follow 2015

    lava360
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:27 am
    Web design is considered by some a mere tool for engaging with customers and basically selling more of… well, whatever a business wants to sell. But simply creating a website will not make your... This is a content summary only. Click on Title for more!
  • 7 Useful Font Management WordPress Plugins

    lava360
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:19 am
    Font management is one of the key aspects of content management. The font you use on your website or blog plays an important in enhancing the overall look of it. An ideal font should be attractive to... This is a content summary only. Click on Title for more!
  • 50 Catchy Chest Tattoo Designs for Men and Women

    Neel
    19 Jun 2015 | 11:07 pm
    Chest tattooing is becoming an incredible one as the craze for it is gradually increasing amongst the youngsters. It won’t be wrong to say that chest tattoos are more common for men, though... This is a content summary only. Click on Title for more!
  • 60 Pin up Girl Wallpaper HD for Desktop

    Neel
    17 Jun 2015 | 6:00 pm
    A pin up girl is also known as pin up model that have produced various pictures and have made it a popular culture and fashion in the market. The pin ups are almost used for making an informal... This is a content summary only. Click on Title for more!
  • 50 Cute and Beautiful wallpapers for iPhone

    Neel
    15 Jun 2015 | 10:57 pm
    iPhone is already considered as the phone of riches and a Cute and Beautiful wallpapers for iPhone is all you will need to make it a bit more elegant. A huge range of awesome wallpapers are available... This is a content summary only. Click on Title for more!
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  • Slowing Down Time

    Jo-Ann Downey
    28 Jun 2015 | 9:40 am
    I recently went to New York City (“10 Inspirational Quotes about New York City”) and noticed that I was just as busy as I am at home, however, there was enough time to get everything done with time to spare!  It was as if time had slowed down even in the hustle and bustle of Manhattan When I travel, I slow down because everything is new and I need, and want, to be more present and aware of my surroundings.  I need to take in new information, so I need to slow down and take it in. Time seems to slow down and I feel more peaceful. So how do you keep New York City new? “It is the…
  • 10 Inspirational Quotes about New York City

    Jo-Ann Downey
    31 May 2015 | 12:04 pm
    I just spent another heart-opening and inspirational week in New York City! Enjoy these quotes. “One can’t paint New York as it is, but rather as it is felt.” Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) “It couldn’t have happened anywhere but in little old New York.” Henry O (1862-1910) “The true New Yorker secretly believes that people living anywhere else have to be, in some sense, kidding.” John Updike (1932-2009) “New York is the biggest collection of villages in the world.” Alistair Cooke (1908-2004) “It isn’t like the rest of the country – it is like a nation itself –…
  • The New Two-Do List – Part Three

    Jo-Ann Downey
    30 Apr 2015 | 5:37 pm
    How many of your To Do’s are physical such as finishing a report at work, washing your car, or scheduling appointments?  Is there something you want to think more about such as your personal financial plan? How do you want to feel while you are doing and thinking? The New Two DoSM List As shared in The New Two-Do List – Part Two, I decided to look at my To Do list as an opportunity to prioritize and to trust more.  I decided to pick 1-3 goals To Do (Two-Do) each day, relax more, and trust that the rest would easily get done. Guess what happened?  I was more comfortable with my To…
  • Across All Time ~ A Poem

    Jo-Ann Downey
    29 Mar 2015 | 12:50 pm
    In loving memory of Evelyn Sutton.  A magical, inspirational and joy-filled woman, volunteer, friend, classmate and roommate. Across All Time by Jo-Ann Downey Angels sing of infinite souls Merciful songs beyond sunsets and moonsets Joyfully free of age and story I welcome your comments. The name you type in the comment section (for example, Jo-Ann, Jo-Ann Downey or Jo-Ann from Boston) will appear on the site. Your email address will NOT appear. If you provide a website URL (for example, your business or your blog URL), it will link to your name so others can learn more about you. photo…
  • Quotes by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

    Jo-Ann Downey
    28 Feb 2015 | 10:06 am
    Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955) quotes – enjoy! “We are not human beings having a spiritual experience.  We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” “It is our duty as men and women to proceed as though the limits of our abilities do not exist.” “The universe as we know it is a joint product of the observer and the observed.” “The most satisfying thing in life is to have been able to give a large part of one’s self to others.” “The world is round so that friendship may encircle it.” “Do not forget that the value and interest of life is not so much to…
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    The Road

  • The Burden of a Blessing

    Val
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:46 am
    I awoke in a horrid sweat. I had been somewhere, some place awful. I took a few clearing breaths to try and cleanse the repulsive, the evil, the disgust from my skin. My eyes opened and immediately I began replaying the nightmare over and over. I leaned over my bed, physically sick from the visions. As I leaned over, I realized my feet were bound at the ankles. I looked down at the bottom of the bed and there was a dark presence standing there, just holding me by my feet. I wasn't scared of it, I knew it couldn't hurt me, but I wanted to get away from it. I didn't want it anywhere near me, I…
  • When the Paint Don't Dry

    Val
    8 Apr 2015 | 4:12 am
    As soon as we made it through those glass doors, everything slowed down. People were moving around the small country church on this second night of revival with outstretched hands in salutation and passing smiles from one to the other. The door had barely shut behind us and I saw a young lady stepping towards the altar. She looked downward and slowly placed both palms down on the smooth piece of wood. The carpet seemed to just reach up and take her by the knees and the small crowd that was there gathered around her as she wept. This day, when the rainbow stretched over our steeple...church…
  • The Spot

    Val
    22 Mar 2015 | 12:43 pm
    Standing tall, clothed in stark white, the wall embraced both ceiling and floor at exactly the same time. I couldn't help but see the spot, just behind the piano. I told myself it doesn't matter how clean and white something is, the one spot of darkness can smudge, it can distract.I felt the creak of the old hymnal as I opened it carefully. The fragrance of the aging trees from which the paper was made and bound together, circulated the pews. We held the books carefully and began the Sunday service with humble voices. I watched a daddy walk up to the piano with little girls surrounding him,…
  • Where the Wrens Go

    Val
    22 Feb 2015 | 3:59 pm
    I watched a flock of wren disappear into the fog. Their soft chirps, I could barely hear. I knew they rested in the yonder tree, but the thick white blanket of clouded air hid their tiny bodies. I clasped my hands around the warm coffee mug and listened to the rain drop in slow motion. I looked downward and apologized to The Lord.My eyes poured as the fog of disobedience, neglect and self hindrance began to clear. I asked him to let me, one more time. "One more time Lord, give me the words. Let me share once more what you've Blessed us with."The angels so sweetly are singing,Up there by the…
  • The Climb

    Val
    15 Jan 2015 | 4:46 am
    I drove to church because the world was falling dark. I needed to turn away from the worldly news and be in a place where The Son has risen.  I wanted to be in a place where voices lift despite the claws of this world pulling and tugging to keep everyone down...or even worse, still. I thought of the place...I remembered the place we drove to as teens. A group of friends and I had pulled over during an adventurous jeep ride in search of a waterfall. "It's right down here somewhere," someone said and we all began to trod down the steep slope. After quite some time, we reached the bottom of…
 
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  • Influence: Giving and Leading Across Generations

    Jon Mertz
    1 Jul 2015 | 5:23 am
    Last week, the research group Achieve, sponsored by the Case Foundation, released the 2015 Millennial Impact Report. This report is one in a series and always delivers essential insights about the emerging generosity of Millennials, the largest generation. Millennials, Statistics, and Giving Within the 2015 Millennial Impact Report, there are many statistics and information to explore. As I read through the report, highlighted below are some statistics to think about as it relates to Millennials, giving, and influence. Giving time and money 84% of Millennial employees made a charitable…
  • MCON: Millennial Influence Rising, A Legacy to Leverage

    Jon Mertz
    27 Jun 2015 | 9:05 am
    On this Saturday morning, many thoughts stream through my mind like a mediocre movie with a solid theme. Thoughts are somewhat random yet connected by an emerging theme of strength in social good. The characters escalating this theme are Millennials, joining with individuals who are older yet have the youthful desire to always make a difference. MCON Stage The stage was set at MCON. Influence is the verb woven through art, media, business, and place. In action come questions: Who is influencing a better way forward? What is being done differently to drive bigger impact? Where are the good…
  • Avoiding Complacency, Embracing Leadership

    Heidi Oran
    24 Jun 2015 | 4:32 am
    I don’t know about you, but every morning when I scan the trends on Facebook and read snippets of news, or click on a trending hashtag on Twitter, I feel overwhelmed. The recent act of terrorism in Charleston, South Carolina, has been yet another reminder that we have much work to do. We have barriers to break. We have belief systems to purge. We have a fight for justice to push for. There has never been a more important time for the leader in all of us to emerge and step forward. If we don’t, our legacy could be that of complacency. How would you like to be remembered as a member…
  • How Millennials Are Changing the Way We Work

    Molly Page
    20 Jun 2015 | 2:30 am
    There’s little doubt that the current Millennial invasion will continue to shake up workplaces across the United States. But how will this generation impact and improve the way we work? Who better to answer that question than Millennial HR professional, Joe Hill? Joe explains, “I got interested in HR while traveling after high school. I was in a leadership program and found that extracting human potential was a passion of mine. HR seemed a natural fit for me.” Joe is currently working in HR at SanDisk and was kind enough to answer a few questions about his generation and how he sees…
  • How Do Holacracy and Freedom Collide?

    Jon Mertz
    17 Jun 2015 | 4:34 am
    This is a good way to think about Holacracy: “…Holacracy is not a governance process ‘of the people, by the people, for the people’ – it’s governance of the organization, through the people, and for the purpose.” Holacracy, page 34 What are the elements of Holacracy? The key elements are: A constitution A new way to structure an organization and define roles and spheres of authority A decision making process A meeting process As you might be able to tell, I recently read Brian Robertson’s new book, Holacracy: The New Management System for a Rapidly Changing World. Brian is one…
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    Julie Gosh

  • Hanging Out in the Eye of the Storm

    julie gosh
    6 Jun 2015 | 3:17 pm
          It’s been 24 days since my last blog…the longest I’ve ever gone since starting this blog over 4 years ago.   Why is that?   Not because I haven’t been inspired, but because I’m in a fascinating space of maintaining my inner calm in the midst of pretty chaotic world energy. Can you relate?   If the eye of the hurricane is the calmest spot, then it behooves me to be strategic in placing myself there and then maintaining that placement as best I can….or adjusting when the eye moves, which it seems is quite often.     Did you know that there…
  • Your Path is Perfect….Yes, it Really is!

    julie gosh
    13 May 2015 | 12:33 pm
          Yesterday I had three errands to run: post office, Target and the grocery store, in that order.   I have what I call a Line Anointing, or should I say, I experience this reality where I almost always have no line or a very short line. It’s the wildest thing! I will have just walked into somewhere where there is no line or maybe one person in front of me, and then I turn around moments later and there are 8 people behind me. Where did they come from? It’s as if they manifested out of thin air!   I chose this path many years ago…I just decided it was so and…
  • World Peace…Impossible? Possible? Probable?

    julie gosh
    2 May 2015 | 12:10 pm
        World Peace.   Prosperity for everyone.   Every man, woman and child on the planet thriving mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally and financially.   Everyone has a home.   Well-Being is the “norm”.   Hospitals closing down right and left.   No pollution.   Clean water. Clean food. Clean air.   Toxin-free and nutrient dense…..not just food but life itself.   Everyone doing what they love to do, everyone loving what they do.   World Peace.   I see it, do you?   I understand how easy it is to see what is in…
  • The Abundant Unveiling of What is to Come

    julie gosh
    23 Apr 2015 | 10:39 am
          My sons and I have been re-watching The Lord of the Rings Series lately. Have you ever had the experience where you see a movie for the second time years after the original viewing and you think to yourself, “Have I even ever seen this movie?”   Well this has been my experience with these three movies. So much so I literally felt like I’d never even seen the second one at all! I actually love it when this happens because it shows me how much I am evolving and that nothing is the same. Not even one cell in my body is the same as when I first saw these movies.
  • Following After the Wild

    julie gosh
    15 Apr 2015 | 9:20 am
          I listened to a fabulous interview yesterday with Anna Breytenbach, renowned animal communicator. She is a wise and lovely woman, with incredible insights into the animal realm. I was humbled and learned so very much.   She said that among the animals that do not have a close connection with humanity….i.e. the wilder more independent animals, there isn’t one known case of cancer. She went on to say that they have no attachment to life and they do not fear for their future. They live in the present and they see “death” as simply a transition out of physical.
 
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    positively present

  • how to find sunshine when you're under the weather

    positively present
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:23 am
        For the past month, I've been struggling with a not-so-fun health issue. I've never in my life had any issues with my health (other than the average cold) so it's been an eye-opening experience to wake up day after day not feeling like myself and dealing with constant pain. And, to be completely honest, it's been very difficult to stay positive. Not feeling good sucks, and when it starts impacting your whole life — where you can go, what you can do, how much work you can accomplish in a day — it goes from unpleasant to frustrating to…
  • positively present picks : june 26, 2015

    positively present
    26 Jun 2015 | 5:23 am
    Positive vibes print via A Beautiful Mess     "To handle yourself, use your head.To handle others, use your heart." Eleanor Roosevelt   Tumblr Lovin' : been spending a lot of time over on Tumblr lately Summertime Desktop + Phone Backgrounds : love these Free People freebies You'll Do It When You're Ready : love this (via Danielle LaPorte) 50 Ways to Be Happy Right Now : honored to be featured in this!  Enjoy the Process : I'm loving this temporary tattoo by Tattly Three Words You Should Stop Saying Right Now : they really serve no point…
  • on summer + 6 ways to celebrate its arrival

    positively present
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:23 am
      As of yesterday, summer has officially arrived where I live! Summer's grand entrance in the suburbs of Washington, DC means: too-hot days trapped inside rooms made too-cold by overcompensating air-conditioning, humidity so thick you can practically grab hold of it when you walk outside, an invasion of insects in search of human-flavored meals, and a pretty good chance of getting drenched in an afternoon thunderstorm.  Rereading that sentence, I realize just how negative I sound. (This is a perfect example of when someone I know in real life would look at me and say,…
  • positively present picks: june 19, 2015

    positively present
    19 Jun 2015 | 5:23 am
      Image Source     "My father gave me the greatest giftanyone could give another person:he believed in me." Jim Valvano Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there!   Radical Self-Love Bible School : just signed up + I'm pumped! Find Power in Silence : quiet is a magical thing 20 Things We Should Say to Ourselves More Often : yes, #8! Beating the Odds : such an inspiring survivor story Crumple + Toss : loving this adorable online shop Gala Darling Interview : on inspiration + entrepreneurship 100 Days of Vulnerability : what a wonderful concept Your…
  • 10 ways to handle your heartbreak

    positively present
    15 Jun 2015 | 5:23 am
        A couple weeks ago, I received an email from Catherine, a young woman suffering from the heart-wrenching pain of losing her first love. In the email, she told me how her boyfriend had recently broken up with her. Even though the relationship was not a positive one (he broke her trust, flirted with others, gave less than he took, etc.), she was crushed by the relationship's end. She knew she was better off without the him, but that knowledge didn't make the loss easier to bear. She wrote, "Being with him was like a high. It wasn't a healthy…
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  • It’s Christmas At Our City Homestead!: The Arrival Of Our Solar Panels and Composting Toilet

    Asante George
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:13 am
    They’re here! Last week Little Lotus (who now prefers the name Evangelyne, Eavi for short) and I ordered a Nature’s Head composting toilet www.natureshead.net. We also ordered a 400 watt premium solar array from Renogy www.Renogy.com. We ordered the premium 400 watt kit from Renogy because we can add it to the 100 watt panel that we already have, and the charge controller has the capacity to handle 3 more 100 watt panels for a total of 800 watts. (Read my last post to learn why we chose to purchase a Nature’s Head toilet.) It’s a great day at our little homestead in…
  • We’ve Just Ordered Our Nature’s Head Composting Toilet

    Asante George
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:57 pm
    After much thought, I’ve ordered the compost toilet for our city homestead. I picked a Nature’s Head composting toilet because it’s: -lightweight -very close to self-contained -simple to install -requires very little electricity -and comes with awesome customer service. The Nature’s Head composting toilet was designed for marine use, but it seems to work great in most off-grid situations. At $925 ($975 with 12 volt power adapter and shipping), it’s our largest purchase so far for our urban homestead. It’s supposed to arrive in 3 days; I’m so excited!
  • Revealed: The Top 3 Things That Prepared Me For Homesteading

    Asante George
    17 Apr 2015 | 7:06 am
    One of the Most Common Questions That I Hear “How can I start homesteading?” When people learn about the way that my daughter and I live, this is one of their most common questions. Until now, I’ve been stumped by this inquiry. Although I’ve learned about off-grid living for years, the circumstances that catapulted us into homesteading were urgent, so it was hard to identify concrete steps that I took to prepare for this journey. After some thought, I’ve identified three things that enabled me to consider homesteading as an option. If you are thinking about…
  • Washing Clothes Outside and The Refinement of Simple Skills

    Asante George
    15 Apr 2015 | 8:29 am
    The skills that I’m learning at our homestead in the city go through a process of refinement. My new skill may begin sort of rough, ugly, or messy, but as I continue to practice, it takes on an elegance and beauty. Today I am hand washing our clothes outside. When I first began washing our clothes and hanging them to dry it was an arduous affair. My process of outdoor clothes washing has become a beautiful task. I’ve got music playing and all of my simple tools lined up to get our clothes clean and smelling great.
  • Everything That is Not Soul

    Asante George
    9 Dec 2014 | 7:52 am
    Wild moon woman You were not made to be tame. You are an earthquake Shaking loose Everything that is not soul. Shake, woman, shake. –Alyse Morgan I’ve always wanted to be the kind of blogger who bares her soul and truest journey with her readers. When I began blogging I was in an amazing space in my life, and sharing my experiences and inner thoughts was easy. I was coming out of a period that I often refer to as “my initiation” (more on that later), and things were looking up for me. I had lived in Oakland, California for nearly a decade, but a dramatic eruption in my…
 
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    Conscious Living | Inspiration and Self Improvement

  • Vanity of Life

    19 Jun 2015 | 1:07 am
    Life has no meaning, no purpose. That's why we tend to create meaningless goals to achieve. Like a body weight, a new level in a game, a degree in university, a successful relationship... They're all fake goals we assign to live, to make it more meaningful. Unfortunately, a person with an above average level of consciousness acknowledges the vanity of all goals and all purposes, giving life a totally different meaning.Vanity.Free eBook
  • On Suicidal Thoughts

    20 Jul 2014 | 3:09 am
    Once you have your first suicidal thought, you've did it, you've won at life. Nothing scares you anymore. Death is just another friend, maybe the only one. You start going through life fearlessly, and thus confidently. You're no longer afraid to take chances, because what's the worst case? You die? You've already been there. It's not that scary. The death of others no longer saddens you. Some may say this is a downside, but I think it's an advantage.Also, suicidal thoughts usually occur when you hit the bottom, or when you think you did. You think that it can't get worse than this, and if you…
  • True Love

    6 Feb 2014 | 1:06 pm
    When you're young, and you fall in love for the first time, you think that this is true love. Then you fall in love a second time, and you realize that the first time wasn't true love, this is. And you'll fall in love again and again. Every time realizing that the previous crushes weren't true love.Until..You fall in love again. But this time, not only it makes you think that all the past crushes weren't true love, but all the future ones too.Nothing tastes sweet anymore, not compared to that love. You keep coming back to it, then regretting it. Eventually your heart becomes numb. You give up…
  • Selfishness Vs Selflessness

    23 Dec 2013 | 3:36 pm
    Everyone is selfish.Even selfless people who do selfless stuff are selfish, they only do it because it makes them feel good, or because they believe it will make them feel good later.That's not a bad thing though, it's just a fact, we were programmed to be selfish. We probably wouldn't have survived if we weren't.The fact that we're all selfish, even selfless people, makes me look differently at selfish people.They're driven by the same forces that make selfless people act selflessly. It's not any different from how straight people prefer to get pleasure from the opposite sex, while gay…
  • Too Much Zen Could Kill You

    28 Oct 2013 | 6:27 am
    During the past couple of years, I've been trying to live life more consciously. I thought a lot about the purpose of life. I became vegan so I'd remove the fog in my head and think more clearly. I studied people, their behavior. Minor stuff didn't matter anymore compared to the stuff I used to think of. I studied religions, believes, philosophies.. I visited new places. I saw how other people live. I felt like I finally understood life. I saw life from a third person view. From God's view. I saw life naked. And it wasn't beautiful.I became too conscious.Naked life was black and white. Dirty.
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  • 21 Health Quotes to Crush Self Doubt

    limitlesslaura
    22 Jun 2015 | 3:58 pm
    Self love is an important part of your health and healing journey. Healthy self esteem, creates a core that urges you to nurture self care, self love and to crush self limiting beliefs.    #SelfCare     #sexyattitude         #fitwayoflife #healthylifestyle #nurtureyourbody #ilovemyself #greatness #commitment #selflove #todayisanewday #bebetter #NoExcuses #Results #Consistency #initforthelonghaul #bebetterthanyesterday #positivethoughts #HealthyHabits #NeverGiveUp #Abundance #progess  #betterthanyesterday #healthynotskinny
  • Success Attraction-Waiting To Be Happy?

    limitlesslaura
    1 Feb 2015 | 1:57 pm
    This is a video I made in 2010, and it’s very timely for where I am right now. Happiness is very much a choice..so back by popular demand Are you putting off your happiness because you think “Someday when I have X…THEN I will REALLY be Happy”? This is a very common tale. I got caught in this trap. I was pretty miserable, years ago. I was focused on the wrong things. It all starts with a decision…  Btw..here’s the start of my 30 day video challenge! It was such a pleasure making this video, because it came from my heart. I remember that day. I can tell you…
  • A Formula for Breakthrough – BE – DO- HAVE

    limitlesslaura
    14 Nov 2014 | 2:59 pm
    Have you ever had a friend give you a give you a very needed “kick in the pants when you really needed it, even though it might have stung… it made a BIG difference?.  My friend once  shared with me a simple course correction that I could make in my approach to life and my network marketing business that would have a significant effect on my results, and happiness. It was so impactfull that it touched me emotionally. Well..it slapped me between the ears and upside the head actually! That’s the mark of TRUTH  It lazers in on the SOUL. I remembered that this same friend had…
  • Enthusiasm Flips the Switch!

    limitlesslaura
    13 Nov 2014 | 11:34 pm
    Ralph Waldo Emerson once said “Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm,” Do you think there’s truth to that? Look back over some of the highlights in your career, schooling, relationship, spiritual life, parenting or anything you’ve done that was  truly great, and bet you dollars to donuts that you were enthused when you accomplished it, and people could feel your enthusiasm! A leader that I once worked with, used to have a saying that always stuck in my mind: “Knowledge is Power, but Enthusiasm flips the switch”.  What comes to mind when you…
  • Get Fired Up! Stop Looking For That Superstar and BE ONE!

    limitlesslaura
    12 Nov 2014 | 2:20 pm
    Are YOU The Leader People Are Looking For? Have you considered lately how hungry people are to be uplifted, inspired, and LED? The industry is loaded with people out there looking for the “hitter”, or the “big fish” they can land in their business, that can bring over a down line, or at least a SUPERSTAR that will go to work, build their compensation plan, and sponsor a bunch of people!! Sound familiar? This is a very common desire and one that we hear every day. Fall out, or attrition, gets a little disconcerting sometimes, and every day it feels like you have to keep…
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  • 10 Restaurants & Coffee Shops with “Secret” Menu Items for Dogs

    23 Jun 2015 | 8:52 pm
    Wanting to take your dog out to dinner? Here are ten restaurants with menu items just for four-legged patrons. #1 – Starbucks On their “secret menu,” Starbucks has a Puppuccino. It’s an espresso-shot-sized paper cup full of whip cream. Some dogs are bothered by dairy, and your dog should probably not have one of these sugary treats every day, but for special occasions it’s fun.   #2 – In ‘N’ Out If you are lucky enough to live near an In ‘N’ Out, you can order your dog a “pup patty,” a plain
  • Fast food is going to the dogs: Survey

    23 Jun 2015 | 8:48 pm
      People food is the new dog food.  One of every six American households orders fast food for a dog during at least some of their drive-thru or take-out visits, according to a new survey by marketing research firm Relevation Research.       About one-third of dog owners report going through the drive-thru with their canines while about four out of five of those say they order someone something specifically for their pet. The online survey drew responses from 1,499 adults in March. People visited
  • MILLION DOLLAR IDEA - Fast Food for Dogs!

    23 Jun 2015 | 8:44 pm
    Photo by Perry McKenna U.S. fast-food chains have spent considerable time the past couple of years trying to counter falling sales by targeting millennials. Maybe the industry should be targeting their pets instead. According to a new survey by marketing research firm Relevation Research, one in every six American households orders fast food for a dog during at least some of their drive-thru or take-out visits. It makes one wonder whether fast-food restaurants should start making this a formal
 
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    Elise McDowell

  • How to Manifest Money (like a boss)

    24 Jun 2015 | 1:00 pm
    I remember very vividly back in 2010 sitting on the floor of my bedroom feeling helpless, irritated and disappointed that I had no money for the umpteenth time.It wasn't like I was incapable of making money and keeping it. I had many periods throughout my life where there was an abundance of money, where I was able to save $250 a week, where I could afford to go out to dinner with friends, take regular holidays, pay my bills and still have cash in the bank.I knew The Secret, I knew the principles of the Law of Attraction, I visualized as hard as humanly possible and yet I was still…
  • Free Printable: The Happiness Schedule

    3 May 2015 | 2:39 am
    Happiness, I believe, belongs to those who define it. Because without stating precisely what it means to you, it becomes an elusive esoteric god-like feature that only the special among us ever get to taste.Because even if you had it sitting right there in your sweaty little lap, you wouldn't see it. Because you'll already be looking for the next "thing" to make you happy.But when you define it as clear as the Mediterranean sea - it's yours for the taking.Happiness is really simple if you let it be. So for now while your complexly beautiful infuriating mind is off calculating how many lattes…
  • Live your dream

    24 Mar 2015 | 12:41 pm
    Most of us go through life pretending that we don’t have any special goals or ambitions or desires when really deep down inside we do really want more. We block ourselves and we use these words almost like we’re in a trance, like we’re sleep-walking through life, that we find ways to cancel out our dreams, that a lot of things that we want to do, a lot of places we would like to go, a lot of things we would like to experience, and we just stop at "but."But will cause you to hide out behind fear, but will cause you to come up with all types of excuses that you can validate your…
  • 5 Tips For Happiness In Your Workplace

    12 Mar 2015 | 1:03 am
    In my teens having a job was really about surviving city life - and being able to afford a ridiculous party addiction. In my early twenties it was about exploring industries, figuring out my passions, trial and error. Now that I'm in my - gulp - mid twenties, it's all about 'Am I going to be happy here?'.Because what is the point of renting out 80% of your life to a place that you have panic attacks about attending every single day?After all, being a stay-at-home-whatever isn't a luxury for the middle class anymore.Yuck, I know.So what if you're not happy in your workplace, and as much as…
  • 20 Tricks for Acing Your Job Interview

    18 Nov 2014 | 11:59 am
    It's that time of year when all the kids are flooding back into the cities searching for work, or those who have had enough of their current jobs have decided to look for a new & shiny position in something they're more passionate about. Are you one of those people?I've seen my fair share of jobs - who hasn't!? - and I've always been really lucky to land every position I've ever wanted. That being said, I've learn't a ton from interviewing and I think you could totally use some of the tips I've got to share if you're on the hunt for a job.1. What's Your Why?Why did you…
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    inspirit*ational

  • Morning mania, joy in the afternoon

    Tanya A. Goodman
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:23 pm
    This morning work was manic — data flew at me, questions interrupted and technology challenged me. My foster kitten added to the mania by running underneath my chair, over my feet and overturning a bowl, scattering premium cat chow all over the kitchen. Still, I knew everything would get done. I just couldn’t get it all completed instantly. Sometimes, I fall into the mentality of the microwave society that everything must happen now, instantly. Finally, I could take a break. I walked outside to check the mail. There was a slight, welcome breeze in the air. Checking the mail, I found a…
  • Counting stars, losing the moon

    Tanya A. Goodman
    12 Jun 2015 | 4:14 pm
        Taken from http://thedailyquotes.com/never-ignore-a-person-who-loves-you/  
  • Remembering those who served

    Tanya A. Goodman
    25 May 2015 | 8:32 am
       
  • Make somebody’s life better

    Tanya A. Goodman
    13 May 2015 | 4:01 pm
  • Nurturers

    Tanya A. Goodman
    9 May 2015 | 2:36 pm
    Tanya A. Goodman:Remembering those who nurture others on Mother’s Day. Originally posted on inspirit*ational: Expressing Gratitude To all those who nurture dreams of others, who encourage us to go the extra mile, who offer us a shoulder to cry on, or a warm embrace and a smile; To those who have shared bread with people they barely knew, or offered a pillow to rest a weary head, when troubles did ensue; we honor and we celebrate you. Tanya Goodman View original
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    SMART Living 365

  • Letting Go Of The Clutter In Your Mind

    Kathy Gottberg
    26 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    A common theme on this blog is simple living and minimalism. Those topics are all about letting go of stuff and clutter in our lives so that we can all better focus on what really matters. If you do a … Continue reading → You're reading Letting Go Of The Clutter In Your Mind an article written by Kathy Gottberg and originally posted on: SMART Living 365 If you enjoyed this article please be sure and subscribe to our home page feed: HERE and follow this site and Kathy on Facebook, and Twitter, and Google+! The post Letting Go Of The Clutter In Your Mind appeared first on SMART…
  • My Top 10 Favorite Quotes From Abraham-Hicks

    Kathy Gottberg
    19 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    For the last couple of years one of my favorite speakers to listen to when taking my morning walk is Abraham-Hicks.   Regardless of whether the source of their inspiration comes from one woman’s mind or channeled spirits from a higher … Continue reading → You're reading My Top 10 Favorite Quotes From Abraham-Hicks an article written by Kathy Gottberg and originally posted on: SMART Living 365 If you enjoyed this article please be sure and subscribe to our home page feed: HERE and follow this site and Kathy on Facebook, and Twitter, and Google+! The post My Top 10 Favorite…
  • Do My Hearing Aids Make Me Look Fat?

    Kathy Gottberg
    12 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    I don’t know any woman who doesn’t care, at least a little bit, about how they look to others. Maybe it exists in our DNA or the way we are raised. Hopefully though, by the time we get to my … Continue reading → You're reading Do My Hearing Aids Make Me Look Fat? an article written by Kathy Gottberg and originally posted on: SMART Living 365 If you enjoyed this article please be sure and subscribe to our home page feed: HERE and follow this site and Kathy on Facebook, and Twitter, and Google+! The post Do My Hearing Aids Make Me Look Fat? appeared first on SMART Living 365.
  • Who Are We Without The Stimulation And The Noise?

    Kathy Gottberg
    5 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Something Thom and I always wanted to do was to try a float tank*.   A couple of weeks ago in honor of my birthday we literally took the plunge. One of the more interesting things about it was the reaction … Continue reading → You're reading Who Are We Without The Stimulation And The Noise? an article written by Kathy Gottberg and originally posted on: SMART Living 365 If you enjoyed this article please be sure and subscribe to our home page feed: HERE and follow this site and Kathy on Facebook, and Twitter, and Google+! The post Who Are We Without The Stimulation And The Noise?
  • 10 Awesome Things At 60 I Never Had At 30

    Kathy Gottberg
    29 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    A week ago I turned 60. And while the number sounds much older than I feel, I am also extremely aware of how great my life is at the same time. In fact, thinking back I am hyperaware of how … Continue reading → You're reading 10 Awesome Things At 60 I Never Had At 30 an article written by Kathy Gottberg and originally posted on: SMART Living 365 If you enjoyed this article please be sure and subscribe to our home page feed: HERE and follow this site and Kathy on Facebook, and Twitter, and Google+! The post 10 Awesome Things At 60 I Never Had At 30 appeared first on SMART Living…
 
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    Compete Every Day

  • Monday Morning Motivation: 06.15.15

    Jake
    15 Jun 2015 | 6:15 am
      The post Monday Morning Motivation: 06.15.15 appeared first on Compete Every Day.
  • U.S.A. Pride

    Jake
    12 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    The response to our Memorial Day Instagram graphic was overwhelming, so we’ve decided to take action. Our original 2012 Fourth of July graphic was recreated to honor our armed forces on Memorial Day, and our inbox was flooded with requests to see this into a shirt. So we did. Tuesday, we released Independence, our newest American-inspired shirt.  We have less than 60 of the allotted 250 Shirts/Tanks. All items are shipping June 22, so you can have in hand for the Fourth of July. Click here to order your Independence. The post U.S.A. Pride appeared first on Compete Every Day.
  • Compete Recipe of the Week: Peachy Protein Smoothie

    Melisa Aguilar-Rehm
    11 Jun 2015 | 2:16 pm
    Our goal is always to help you Compete for your life. Every month, we’ll share 1-3 of our favorite recipes for quick, tasty, and healthy, food to help you better Compete for your health. Peach season has arrived and where I was born and raised this is a big deal! Nothing beats making smoothies, pies, cobblers, and all other goodies than making them with fresh Fredericksburg peaches. This protein smoothie is one of my favorites this time of year; it tastes like a treat and is super easy to whip up in no time at all. {This recipe can be made with either fresh or frozen peaches.} Total prep…
  • Monday Morning Motivation: 06.08.15

    Jake
    8 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
      The post Monday Morning Motivation: 06.08.15 appeared first on Compete Every Day.
  • Kate Vest

    Jake
    3 Jun 2015 | 11:00 am
    “I compete for me, there’s no one better because if I am better then those around me will be better.  Crossfit changed my life and I hope to change others by being inspiring or helping them over a hump.  I did a WOD with my class today rocking my CED shirt, guess what I finished after everyone and I am ok with that because I coached at 6:00 pm and got to encourage everyone to keep going.  I will continue to Compete for a better me!” – Kate Vest The post Kate Vest appeared first on Compete Every Day.
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    Stacia Pierce | Life Coach 2 Women

  • Not sure how to start your own business? Use your phone!

    Stacia Pierce
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    Do you own a smartphone? Statistically, your answer is probably yes. Maybe you have an iPhone, or an Android or a Windows Phone. Whichever it is, it’s a powerful little computer that you can use to make money! Most people don’t take advantage of the full capabilities of their smartphones. We use them to play […] The post Not sure how to start your own business? Use your phone! appeared first on Stacia Pierce | Life Coach 2 Women.
  • How Attending the Right Event Can Change Your Life and Business

    Stacia Pierce
    17 Jun 2015 | 8:26 pm
    One of the most effective, inspiring and truly transformational ways to boost results in your business and life is by attending a conference. As an entrepreneur or leader, it’s important to break out of your comfort zone, get away and recharge at good business conferences. It’s your opportunity to completely remove yourself from your business and […] The post How Attending the Right Event Can Change Your Life and Business appeared first on Stacia Pierce | Life Coach 2 Women.
  • Get More Done and Make More Money with Inbox for Gmail

    Stacia Pierce
    11 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Have you ever wished you could have better control over your email inbox? As an entrepreneur, I’m sure you’re like me and get tons of email. Some days, it seems like as soon as you respond to a few emails, you’ve got twenty more coming in. Sorting your messages, prioritizing them, responding to them, trying […] The post Get More Done and Make More Money with Inbox for Gmail appeared first on Stacia Pierce | Life Coach 2 Women.
  • How to Build a Thriving Business While Working Your Way From a 9-5

    Stacia Pierce
    4 Jun 2015 | 6:16 am
    Many entrepreneurs don’t start out as full-time business owners. If you’re thinking about making the jump into business, you may need to continue to work your job for a time. This can be a great way to obtain some stability in your business venture while maintaining a steady income. Many of my coaching clients that […] The post How to Build a Thriving Business While Working Your Way From a 9-5 appeared first on Stacia Pierce | Life Coach 2 Women.
  • 7 Sudden Shifts at the Ultimate Success Tour that Caused Significant Increase

    Stacia Pierce
    27 May 2015 | 9:12 pm
    It’s hard to believe that the Ultimate Success Tour is over! Each stop was truly amazing, with a unique energy and atmosphere in every city we visited. We closed out the tour last week in Atlanta with a serious bang! I’m so excited that we’re already getting tons of positive feedback from our attendees. As […] The post 7 Sudden Shifts at the Ultimate Success Tour that Caused Significant Increase appeared first on Stacia Pierce | Life Coach 2 Women.
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    Inspiyr.com

  • 7 Steps to Facing a Life Change Head-On

    Rick Martinez
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:35 am
    Without really knowing it, I was searching — for meaning, for something — but it wasn’t until I dropped a 225-pound weight on my leg during a weightlifting competition that I realized what I’d been searching for. When my leg was crushed by the weight, it wasn’t physical pain or fear that made a lasting impact; it was the sensation that this was a moment of change that I could use. I had a choice: I could choose to retreat and hide away, or I could make the moment an empowering one. We often fail to recognize the impact of our life-changing moments — we’re too busy, we’re…
  • The Minimalist’s Guide To Detoxing Your Body Using Healthy Foods

    Dr. Michael T. Murray
    28 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    When you hear the word “detox,” do you cringe a little bit? Many people associate detox diets with fasting, but the best approach may be to detoxify gradually, with fresh and delicious food. Detoxing your body doesn’t have to be unpleasant. A sound approach to aiding the body’s natural detoxification mechanisms can include a long-term approach to detoxing combined with the use of periodic short juice fasts (three to five days). Our body is in a constant state of removing harmful substances, and we can give it some help. The Long-Term Approach to Detoxification To truly support…
  • 5 Things You Need To Know About Going Paleo (From A Nutritionist)

    Claire Yates
    28 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    Odds are, you’ve heard about the paleo diet, also known as the “caveman diet.” However, this nickname isn’t exactly accurate; the paleo approach is not about replicating the caveman way of life. We actually do not know exactly what was eaten back then. Rather, going paleo is about looking at evolutionary biology and figuring out what is the most nutrient dense food we can eat to nourish our body, prevent disease by reducing inflammation, and lead a healthy life. This means making choices to not consume highly processed food or food high in anti-nutrients. It also means buying local,…
  • 4 Steps To Getting Rid Of Negative Thoughts

    Dr. Tammy Post
    27 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    My name is Dr. Tammy Post, and I’m a negative-aholic! Sounds strange, right? But the words you speak are very powerful. And this year, I noticed that I was only thinking negative thoughts, but also speaking them aloud. I would often binge on negativity and focus on pessimistic thoughts, just like an alcoholic would with alcohol. Unsurprisingly, it took an unhealthy effect on my wellbeing. So I embarked on a life-changing journey to give up negativity—a negative fast, if you will. And it wasn’t easy; I worked very hard to clear out the negative from my life. My personal challenge to…
  • 6 Things All Happy People Do

    Anne Marie Ludovici
    22 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    We all want one simple thing: to be happy. If you ask people what they want out of life, most would reply that they truly desire to be happy and healthy. We also express wishes for happiness to friends and loved ones with greetings such as “happy birthday,” “happy anniversary,” “happy new year,” and so on. So the question is: if most of us wish for happiness, then why do so many of us report being unhappy? Short answer: because life happens. Many situations and events occur throughout our life that may be out of our control (i.e. death of a loved one). Many of these events go…
 
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    The Law of Attraction Library

  • What is NLP?

    Richard Ingersoll
    1 Jul 2015 | 10:39 am
    Neuro-Linguistic Programming – Everything You Need to Know About NLP, is an e-book that provides you direction and the appropriate values and beliefs that propels you towards success, whether the success is measured in economic prosperity or just getting the feeling of having made a difference. The Basics You have dreams and desires and certainly have the tools to attain them. The problem is too many distractions prevent you from focusing your abilities towards attaining goals. A lot of times your lack of self-confidence holds you back and inappropriate behavior also put a damper on…
  • Why Doesn’t the Law of Attraction Work for Everyone?

    Richard Ingersoll
    28 Jun 2015 | 4:40 am
    As soon as you say that you practice the Law of Attraction, you’ll hear the detractors coming at you. “I tried it for two months and got nothing.” “Yeah, I won a vacation in a contest – but the taxes were huge!” “Who can be positive all the time? That’s just foolishness.” That’s what you’ll hear from people who claim to be Law of Attraction dropouts. The fact is, they never really dropped in. They heard or read something about the Law of Attraction, but they didn’t really practice it. No wonder they didn’t get the…
  • The Path to Unlimited Dreams

    Richard Ingersoll
    26 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    We are constantly taught from childhood that we must never stop dreaming and never give up our dreams. There are many people who are confused about what truly keeps them happy and instead choose to go about their daily routine, such as going to their jobs every day, staring at the computer screen and sitting closed inside the four walls of the office. But there are others who continuously dream about doing different things in life such as dancing, singing or helping others. These people feel chained to the desk they are sitting at and constantly talk about their passions in life. In most…
  • How to Put the Law of Attraction into Use

    Richard Ingersoll
    21 Jun 2015 | 4:02 am
    The law of attraction is not passive; to get something specific, conscious effort must be put into getting it. Knowing how to take action can help that dream come true instead of waiting years upon years to live it. The law requires one to act. Taking more control of thoughts and behaviors will attract more of the things you desire. The law is very simple. The universe will conspire to deliver what you desire most. If your thoughts are negative, then that is what it will work to deliver. Conversely, positive thoughts will yield positive outcome. Like attracts like; this is one of the major…
  • More Do’s And Don’ts About The Law Of Attraction

    Richard Ingersoll
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    The Law of Attraction is one of the most powerful tools any individual can use to achieve his or her end goals and bring in positivity along with success into his or her life. Given the power of the Law of Attraction, it is extremely important to understand the various dos and don’ts about the Law of Attraction so that you do not misuse the Law of Attraction Some Guidlines More do’s and don’ts about the Law of Attraction include: Do tap into any positive experiences in your life and do not focus on any major obstacles coming in your way of achieving your end goals. Do not…
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    Self-Help Zen

  • To Hell With The Critics, Long Live Criticism

    Utpal Vaishnav
    11 Jun 2015 | 9:34 am
    Do you remember the people who criticise you? Or you care about just the criticism and take corrective measures if you think you can improve? It’s a “Who Vs. What” question. Now think about this: if you remember the people who criticise you, your natural inclination will be to win over their hearts and do the things to please them. When you do something to “please” someone, your act gets biased. Your such act will make you stressful. Is such an act worth practicing? You know the answer. But if you listen to just the criticism to understand the critic’s…
  • Zen Story: Will You Choose to Be My Coach?

    Utpal Vaishnav
    23 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    A coach saw five of the interns practicing software engineering. When they took a break, the coach asked the interns, “Why do you write code?” The first intern replied, “Coding is an in-demand, high paying career. I’m glad that I will not have to do the clerical work that some of my school friends are doing in their jobs.” The coach praised the intern, saying, “You’re a smart engineer. When you will gain more experience, you won’t have to worry about coaching like I do.” The second intern replied, “I love the constructs, structures…
  • Learning Techniques Vs. Learning Ownership

    Utpal Vaishnav
    25 Apr 2015 | 9:30 pm
    Jack puts in a lot of time to learn the techniques. He’s a technique-biased learner. If you access his Dropbox folder called “To Learn,” you will see notes like this: Top 7 ways to Write an Internal Office Memo That’s Not Boring Top 10 SureFire Techniques to Lose Weight and Gain Muscles What Everyone is Missing When Raising Their First Girl Child (and how not to) Top 50 Tips to Make Money From Pharma Stocks From Day-Trading Lots of how-tos … The problem with this approach is that they are good to read but don’t always work as-is. They need to be…
  • A Lion in Search of a Circus

    Utpal Vaishnav
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:47 am
    When Simba, the Lion, didn’t know that a circus was a possible home for him, his life was different. He had so much freedom, many opportunities, and so much choice. He was wired to lead. He was wired to roar. He was wired to kill. Kill like a Lion. Then came circus. And the ringmaster. Initially, Simba didn’t like the circus but eventually he compromised and surrendered himself. If he would do exactly as the ringmaster asked him to do, he would get a piece of meat. If he would refuse to do as the ringmaster asked him to do, he will have to sleep hungry. If he’d do what the…
  • How to Be Wiser In 3 Minutes or Less With Audvisor

    Utpal Vaishnav
    21 Mar 2015 | 3:28 pm
    Do you want to be wiser than who you are? Silly question. We all want to. We all want to learn. We all want to better our lives. But the problem is, we have a lot more commitments and a lot less time. We follow thousands of people on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ and our data feeds are filled with so much information that often we fill guilty of not consuming the wealth of wisdom available to us. What to do? Enter Audvisor: It’s a mobile app that brings bite sized insights from world’s top experts for us to listen to and get wiser. Anytime. Anywhere. While driving. While…
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    Squirrelosophy–Life by Bob the Squirrel

  • simple math…

    bobtsquirrel
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:57 am
    there's more to bob than just a pretty tail...SQUIRRELOSOPHY! also check out the main site...BOB THE SQUIRREL! We’re somewhat officially at the halfway point of 2015 and it’s time to take stock of the State of Bob so far. I’ll get back to you on that. — Lots of links: InstagramBob 365 digital download NOW AVAILABLE! Become […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post simple math… appeared first on Squirrelosophy–Life by Bob the Squirrel.
  • squirrel anatomy…

    bobtsquirrel
    29 Jun 2015 | 4:24 am
    there's more to bob than just a pretty tail...SQUIRRELOSOPHY! also check out the main site...BOB THE SQUIRREL! — Lots of links: InstagramBob 365 digital download NOW AVAILABLE! Become a Patron of the Arts! The Bob the Squirrel PATREON page BOB on YouTube Bob the Squirrel Instagram! BOB THE SQUIRREL BOOKS The strip collection: generic bob and the […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post squirrel anatomy… appeared first on Squirrelosophy–Life by Bob the Squirrel.
  • marriage equality

    bobtsquirrel
    26 Jun 2015 | 9:33 am
    there's more to bob than just a pretty tail...SQUIRRELOSOPHY! also check out the main site...BOB THE SQUIRREL! Today is a very good day. #marriageequality The post marriage equality appeared first on Squirrelosophy–Life by Bob the Squirrel.
  • meaning…

    bobtsquirrel
    26 Jun 2015 | 12:01 am
    there's more to bob than just a pretty tail...SQUIRRELOSOPHY! also check out the main site...BOB THE SQUIRREL! — Lots of links: InstagramBob 365 digital download NOW AVAILABLE! Become a Patron of the Arts! The Bob the Squirrel PATREON page BOB on YouTube Bob the Squirrel Instagram! BOB THE SQUIRREL BOOKS The strip collection: generic bob and the […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post meaning… appeared first on Squirrelosophy–Life by Bob the Squirrel.
  • Owning SQUIRRELOSOPHY

    bobtsquirrel
    24 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    there's more to bob than just a pretty tail...SQUIRRELOSOPHY! also check out the main site...BOB THE SQUIRREL! Reminder:  All the original art from the tri-weekly SQUIRRELOSOPHY panels featured here is available for purchase.  Why not treat yourself to a one-of-a-kind piece of art? Simply scroll to the panel you want.  If there’s a “OWN THIS ORIGINAL ART” […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post Owning SQUIRRELOSOPHY appeared first on Squirrelosophy–Life by Bob the Squirrel.
 
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    Simply Intentional

  • Do You Know There Is Good For You?

    30 Jun 2015 | 3:37 pm
    On a hot day like today, I am opting to sit inside my new home and enjoy the air conditioning.  I love that my home feels like a haven that nurtures me. One of the early new thought leaders, Emma Curtis Hopkins, said "There is good for me and I ought to have it."  Sitting inside and enjoying the cool air circulating in each room, I can see that the good I have pictured and the feelings I've held onto about where I live have become a truth because I believed so strongly in that statement.That doesn't mean I only need focus on my good, sitting on my couch and eat bon-bon's while I…
  • Have A Great Weekend

    27 Jun 2015 | 8:01 am
    Happy Weekend!  I'm excited for Sunday and a chance to see the San Jose Giants.  Kevin and I haven't been to a farm league game for a while and I'm looking forward to the tantalizing taste of a ball game polish dog followed buy a yummy churro.  What are you up to this weekend?  Hope it's filled with excitement...and here are a few fun and inspirational links from around the web to get you started....Because layovers were made for binge watchingI dare you not to fall in love with him20 habits of highly authentic peopleForget the tourists and the hotelsThis is how you do a…
  • Happy-Go-Lucky

    24 Jun 2015 | 10:08 am
    I was recently described as happy-go-lucky.  Today tho',  I'm feeling a bit out of sorts.  It's almost like dark rain clouds are hanging over my head. After hearing myself called easy-going, I'm challenged by what to do with these feelings.  I keep trying to overcome them by looking on the bright side but it's not working very well. I really want to be that person who can let things slide off their back.  But, if I'm truly honest with myself, I need to plug into what these out-of-sorts emotions are trying to tell me.  After all, I'm a spiritual being having a…
  • Have A Wonderful Weekend

    19 Jun 2015 | 3:53 pm
    It's barbecue weather here in San Jose so we're breaking out the Blue Rhino this weekend.  I've also started reading the Astronaut Wives Club, now a TV series, and it's fascinating.  Maybe I'll have some time to read a few more chapters.  Hope you have a good weekend, and here are a few fun and inspirational links from around the web....Find power in silence7 letters to write before you turn 70The best & less-than-best motivations for learningIn defense of being averageFeeling misunderstood?  These 3 things can help4 steps to unlocking your creativity (by using your…
  • Perseverance In Pursuit Of Dreams

    16 Jun 2015 | 10:01 am
    It's been a journey of about 3 years but Kevin and I are homeowners again and spent this last weekend moving in.  Talk about perseverance! Right down to the end, it was a nail-biter.  First, there was the meeting with the loan officer at the bank to get pre-qualified.  Once that was done, and our offer was accepted, we had to give document after document after document to get the official approval from the lender. Along with that we had meetings with the management company, meetings with the interior designer, and meetings with our landlord.  And, after each meeting, I…
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    Inspiring Evolution

  • Broken pieces of life

    Baldeep Kaur
    15 Jun 2015 | 3:29 am
    I don’t look back in life,  But at times those broken pieces of life, Shine like a mirror reflecting light, Blur my vision, And shout, We still exist, You can ignore us, But we will rise again and again, Till our presence shatters your future. ~~ I smile and say, Ghosts from my past, I am not fighting you, […]
  • Recognise your Inner Critic and how it Works

    Baldeep Kaur
    12 Jun 2015 | 1:36 am
    Originally posted on Dr Nicholas Jenner PsyD MA:“I am really driven, but my drive doesn’t affect?the conversations I have in my head about life, and my worries and fears and insecurities.” Zach Braff . The concept of an inner critic is well known?but most people have to deal with more than one manifestation. There…
  • THE DAY I DIED

    Baldeep Kaur
    8 Jun 2015 | 1:08 am
    Originally posted on hastywords:I don’t believe in new beginnings. We can strive to put the past behind us and move forward one step at a time.  We can try to put distance between those moments of trauma and try to live again but… pain doesn’t die. Have you ever been told that you need…
  • Without you

    Baldeep Kaur
    19 May 2015 | 3:29 am
    I hop on a train, Go to a faraway land, With lakes and mountains, Flowers and birds, Quiet and serene, Alone, Away… What a beautiful sunset, Wish he was here, He would have loved the coloured strokes on the sky, And the chai, So refreshing, But he makes the best tea.. Oh, I so wish […]
  • Present Perfect

    Baldeep Kaur
    22 Mar 2015 | 10:57 pm
    I have everything, To, I have nothing, Every blessing evaporated in a split second, A slight detour in perception, Changed reality of my life, Where fear enveloped desire and insecurity reigned supreme, Where expectations beat gratitude, Created a black hole, Somewhere between the present and past, Where no matter how much I added, I had nothing. ~~~ Suddenly […]
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    Pinch Me Living with Bernadette Logue - Unleash Personally & Professionally

  • Are You Outta Your Mind?

    Bernadette Logue
    30 Jun 2015 | 8:27 am
    This video is for you if you are living, or are ready to live, your life FREE of your mind restrictions and to bring in the higher spiritual aspect of who you are… to look beyond the reality that you see before you and to access all the greatest possibilities on your life journey. With... Read More Continue reading Are You Outta Your Mind? on Pinch Me Living with Bernadette Logue - Unleash Personally & Professionally
  • 200 Positive Affirmations for Weight Loss Support & Positive Body Image

    Bernadette Logue
    23 Jun 2015 | 10:49 am
    Receive psychological and emotional support with this audio as you nurture your physical body and health into balance, cultivating a loving relationship with your body. This audio for weight loss support and positive body image will remind you of what you most need to hear as you powerfully reclaim your highest wellbeing and energy, allowing... Read More Continue reading 200 Positive Affirmations for Weight Loss Support & Positive Body Image on Pinch Me Living with Bernadette Logue - Unleash Personally & Professionally
  • How to Stop Procrastinating

    Bernadette Logue
    16 Jun 2015 | 2:35 am
    This audio shares a critical first step and insight for overcoming procrastination. It’s essential you discover and address what is really going on behind your procrastination behavior if you want to become the person you know you are capable of being – the one who sets your mind to something and gets it done! If you’re ready to... Read More Continue reading How to Stop Procrastinating on Pinch Me Living with Bernadette Logue - Unleash Personally & Professionally
  • A Major Cause of Relationship Issues & How to Overcome It

    Bernadette Logue
    9 Jun 2015 | 3:42 am
    Equip yourself to deepen the quality and longevity of your intimate relationships, family, friend or workplace relationships, by understanding this common cause of relationship issues and a solution. For support with your relationships, communication and interpersonal skills, click here to find out how my Transformation Coaching can leverage you into the results you want in your personal and professional... Read More Continue reading A Major Cause of Relationship Issues & How to Overcome It on Pinch Me Living with Bernadette Logue - Unleash Personally & Professionally
  • What’s Up With Spiritual Growing Pains?

    Bernadette Logue
    2 Jun 2015 | 12:48 am
    Sometimes going through a transition period, a consciousness shift, an awakening or spiritual growth spurt may involve a few “growing pains”. Join me to hear more about the place of growing pains in our process of personal transformation. For support with any difficult transition you are experiencing on your own spiritual journey/awakening of consciousness, I share my story and... Read More Continue reading What’s Up With Spiritual Growing Pains? on Pinch Me Living with Bernadette Logue - Unleash Personally & Professionally
 
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    InspirationsWeb

  • Balloon Dresses: Peculiar Fashion Worthy Of Attention

    Krissy Supena-Cabrera
    1 Jul 2015 | 1:55 am
    Seeing balloon dresses may leave you pleasantly bewildered, happy thoughts run through your mind. It’s like toying with a balloon but with a level of sophistication that Japanese artist Rie Hosokai does. It was at a flower shop when Hosokai first learned about balloon decorating. Years later she followed her heart. Decides to pursue this particular industry and be a business owner herself.  She wanted to do more, not settling on standard balloon twisting and decoration methods.   From party balloon figures her aesthetic evolved. Until Hosokai’s creativity led her to the realm of…
  • Underwater Yoga Photography: Yogis’ Exceptional Portraits

    Krissy Supena-Cabrera
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:50 am
    An unprecedented perspective on taking pictures inspired Adam Opris to do underwater yoga photography. His approach is refreshing and does not conform to a regular setting.  Adam Opris is an award winning wedding and lifestyle photographer based in South Florida. He began his training by initially shooting his nieces while in the swimming pool. From there he mastered the skill of capturing underwater portraits and moved on to different subjects. And his underwater yoga photography project proves that tranquility in this type of environment makes stunning images. Opris shared that he is…
  • Lily Flying Selfie Drone Camera Captures Dynamic Images

    Krissy Supena-Cabrera
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:45 am
    Shooting pictures and videos is taken to the next level with the Lily flying selfie drone camera. It gets you great images in different angles and panoramic views effortlessly. See the video below. The Lily flying selfie drone camera is by Lily Robotics. It is a company established by five individuals as well as initiated by Berkeley graduates. It is 1.3 kilograms, waterproof, flies 25 miles per hour with a range of up to 100 feet. Charged it can work for 20 minutes on built-in-lithium-ion battery. It has a two hour charge time via 5a charger. Toss it up in The post Lily Flying Selfie Drone…
  • 31 Stunning Levitation Photos That Defy Gravity

    Jay B
    16 Jun 2015 | 1:00 am
    How do photographers manage to capture levitation photos of their subjects floating? Of course, these photo levitation involve some clever Photoshopping skills. But camera skills and set ups are as crucial. Levitation is like magic. It allows you to float in the air. Nobody has been able to achieve this apart from Dynamo the magician. I am sure he has a bag of tricks as well to pull these off though. But here we are going to look at creative levitation shots. Put together by awesome photographers and perfected in Photoshop. The final results will blow your mind. They are captivating. The…
  • Underwater Maternity Photography

    Jay B
    10 Jun 2015 | 1:00 am
    Underwater Maternity Photography is a series of mesmerizing photos of pregnant women under water. Adam Opris is the creative photographer of this series. Based in Fort lauderdale Florida, Adam loves to experiment with underwater photography. He earned his reputation for underwater wedding photography that built a good momentum in his career. He branched out from wedding photography to maternity underwater projects. Adam captures his mum to be models in breathtaking photo shoots, with great attention to details. The completed photographs make the mothers-to-be look like mermaids with their…
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    Beta Motivation » Everything

  • ❼ 3 Wonderful Ways to Find Out What You’re Good At

    Kola
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:51 pm
    I was sitting in the back of my parents car one day when one of my friends suddenly announced: Kola, your sister can draw. Your brothers can rap…but you…you don’t have any talent…Do you? I sat still for a moment with very mixed feelings. On one hand, I felt myself falling in love with her for being so straightforward. On the other hand, I was shocked that she wasn’t afraid of hurting my feelings. My response to her was a laugh, a stutter, and a: “Yeah, i guess I don’t have any talent.” I thought about her statement for a long time. But, rather…
  • ❼ Get Ready with Me

    Kola
    22 Jun 2015 | 8:42 am
    I thought it would be cool to show you how I get ready for Speaking engagements. I didn’t intend for it to be a funny video but I was chuckling half the time I was editing this Lol. Hope you enjoy watching my weirdness! xo Do you have any weird rituals that you do before a big presentation? Let me know! Link to subscribe: www.betamotivation.com/join Link to book: www.StoryStoryBook.com
  • ❼ Bad Things Happening to You?

    Kola
    17 Jun 2015 | 9:15 am
    Sometimes, life just gives you a firm little kick where the sun doesn’t shine and it’s up to you to deal with it. Here are 5 tips that I am actively using and actually work for getting through crap. Hope you enjoy! xo Prefer to Read? Click Here Transcript coming soon…please check in a few days or watch the video :)
  • ❼ So What’s Next…Now That You’re a Millionaire Book Author?

    Kola
    9 Jun 2015 | 4:24 pm
    You’ve written the book you wanted to write. Now what? Right behind, “what camera do you use to record your YouTube videos?”, this is probably the second most frequently asked question I get. 6 months ago, I would have had a cut and dry answer for you. I would have told you that I will go full gear into my Speaking career and gleefully travel the world like I’ve always done. But today, now that it’s time to answer the question, the answer is a little more complicated. So, at the risk of sounding like a politician, all i can say for now is the following: I have…
  • ❼ The Reason We Don’t Succeed

    Kola
    1 Jun 2015 | 8:55 pm
    Sometimes, we incorrectly assume that we must start big or strong or awesome. This is not reality. There are some people that start big and strong and awesome; but those people are the exception not the rule. The rest of us, start from very humble places. Sadly, we look at the humble things we have and we despise them. We do nothing with them because they are small. This is a terrible mistake. This is the equivalent of a farmer refusing to sow his seed because it doesn’t look like a mango tree. Whatever we have, we must use; because it is only when we use the little that we have that we are…
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    Professor Jacob Abraham

  • Importance of Individual Resource Management

    Jacob Abraham
    17 Jun 2015 | 9:24 am
    Poverty is bad resource managementIntroductionThis study is about the importance of individual resource management.Collective resource management, as in a corporate office, is not discussed here.Every individual has resources sufficient for reaching the summit of success.It is our choice to manage the resources well and succeed or neglect and fail.For illustrating my argument I am using reference from history as cited in the Bible, a parable of Jesus and the famous quote about the African gazelle and the lion.The study is secular and no theological argument is intended.No crown is for…
  • The story of a watchman

    Jacob Abraham
    9 Apr 2015 | 6:05 am
    The story of a watchmanThe watchman I speak of is the night watchman of the ancient days. He is called watchman because he keeps watch, keeps awake, throughout the night guarding the town with its people, livestock and wealth.Time, during those days were divided into first watch, second watch etc.Thus the modern wrist watch we use got its name which was later abbreviated to watch.Watchman is the guard of the town, it's people and all precious things in the town during the night. He never sleeps.He is an image for one who waits hopefully and patiently for the dawn of success in his life.The…
  • The other side of the river

    Jacob Abraham
    24 Jan 2015 | 6:55 am
    Those who stand on the other side of the river will never comprehend your thoughts however cleverly you utter it.Think about such a situation.Two persons are standing on the opposite sides of a river. They talk the same language. They follow same gestures. They wear identical dresses. Their race is the same. They belong to the same gender. There is no plausible reason against a reasonable communication between them.Still they always fail to communicate.Communication is not just talking. It is not just showing gestures. It is reaching the other person with your thoughts. It is a meeting of…
  • Lessons from a farmer

    Jacob Abraham
    31 Dec 2014 | 10:35 pm
    A farmer indeed is a wise person. He is the bread provider of the world. Without him the world would go hungry and waste. Hence he may be called the wisest person in the world. He is wise because he knows the secret to success. He brings out success from the cursed land. He successfully uses his knowledge and skill to feed the world. He is an entrepreneur whose success is shared with the world. His success is life to the world; his failure is the death of the world.He proclaims excellent lessons for success. 1.    Faith in the laws of the UniverseThe universe has certain laws…
  • Life is a horrible dream

    Jacob Abraham
    30 Sep 2014 | 10:20 pm
    Life is a horrible dream to rise to a beautiful reality.I believe in afterlife. I am not scientifically sure of afterlife. If there is no such thing I lose nothing by believing in it. If there will be an afterlife, my hope won’t be at loss. The expectation of a more blessed and glorious life after this fretful life is a consolation. Man lives on such consolations. Every dream of a better tomorrow is an uncertainty and an abstract platform on which we live today.That is why I believe in after life.I have no intention of passing on a negative message to the readers by calling life on this…
 
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  • 8 Time management habits that reduce stress

    Carthage
    30 Jun 2015 | 7:27 am
    8 Time management habits that reduce stress Stress is an all too common occurrence in the modern workplace. It used to be that our roles were clearly defined. We were told exactly what to do and how long it should take to do it. However, in the era of the knowledge worker, our roles are no longer clearly defined. Before we can [...] Coaching Positive Performance - Eliminate Stress; Maximise Performance
  • 10 Acts of kindness you can which don’t cost money

    Carthage
    26 Jun 2015 | 6:50 am
    10 Acts of kindness you can which don’t cost money Being happy and satisfied with your life is a fantastic place to be in. If you feel as though this is you, have you thought about how you could brighten up someone else’s day? Small acts of kindness can easily put a smile on the face of a stranger in more ways than you might [...] Coaching Positive Performance - Eliminate Stress; Maximise Performance
  • Buffer time builds better performance

    Carthage
    23 Jun 2015 | 7:17 am
    Buffer time builds better performance So often, when people decide that they want to become more productive, they rush straight into it. They are enthusiastic and eager and, they want to make quick improvements. Unfortunately, their focus tends to be solely on getting more done which might seem like the right focus but is actually a major obstacle to high [...] Coaching Positive Performance - Eliminate Stress; Maximise Performance
  • How a contingency plan can be your best friend

    Carthage
    17 Jun 2015 | 6:38 am
    How a contingency plan can be your best friend We all set out with the best of intentions. We decide where we want to go. We decide how we want to get there. We set off on the journey. Yet, everyone is human. We all can make mistakes, despite the best laid plans. When you plan the path you want to take in life, [...] Coaching Positive Performance - Eliminate Stress; Maximise Performance
  • Start the day with a plan of action

    Carthage
    14 Jun 2015 | 5:41 am
    Start the day with a plan of action When helping clients with their time management, one of the most common problems that I see is that they tend to rush into the day without any form of a plan for what they are trying to get done. People who do not have a plan for the day end up wasting a lot of [...] Coaching Positive Performance - Eliminate Stress; Maximise Performance
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    Wish Me Love

  • Reparent Yourself

    wish me love
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:14 am
    To get to your best life you may have to do some self parenting. A couple of years ago I heard from three different inspired healers in one week that it was time for me to begin reparenting myself. Within the month I would be working with a perfect life coach for the task, coach Kerri Richardson. During our time together we would explore many of my life experiences and she kindly and patiently navigated me to the voice within that was in need of care and guidance toward recovery. I learned how to better separate my wisdom from my pain and also how to acknowledge the presence of a very alive…
  • Just Breathe

    wish me love
    24 Jun 2015 | 8:50 pm
    Everyday you and I are invited to make choices about how we will exist in our lives. When we make those decisions we determine, if we will be angry or grateful, generous or withholding, compassionate or merciless in our dealings with those we are in relationship with. These are among all choices we have available to us but at times when we are in our old patterns we don’t even realize that we are in choice.  While we are reacting and responding to our very active and changing realities and all the parts of our life experience that we don’t have conscious control over, we…
  • Expect Success

    wish me love
    17 Jun 2015 | 10:50 am
    How your expectations may be keeping you trapped in a life you don’t want to live. Recently I was on a conference call being coached by some of my fellow students at The Ford Institute. What happened for me in this session is remarkable as it was technically a training call but I ended up doing real inner work. Guided by the first coach I set an intention for the call, the intention that came up for me was expectations. This was a unique intention for everyone on the call to hear as it turns out. Many who consider themselves on the enlightened path believe that we should be in a space…
  • You Can Get Back Up

    wish me love
    10 Jun 2015 | 8:55 pm
    Don’t allow your set backs to set you back further than they need to. I have a reoccurring life struggle that has taunted me for all of my days. It is likely my greatest gift yet at times feels like a great curse. It is the issue that started this blog, the issue that has inspired me to be so passionate with my personal growth; it is also the issue that has guided me deep into depression, fixed me with an overarching desire to escape the planet as soon as humanly possible and left me crying myself to sleep many nights. This is my conflicted state in the absence of the only thing…
  • Listen To Her

    wish me love
    3 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Ladies, the widely rejected hormonal version of you may be your greatest teacher. Several years ago I was diagnosed with something called PMDD. I affectionately call it PMS on crack. The medical term is Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, a common diagnosis for women who have anxiety disorders like PTSD. During “my time of the month” I am typically depressed, teary and can have a limited filter. My experience in this state is amplified beyond what the average woman experiences. Having spent this year with an effort to come out of hiding personally and professionally, in the last…
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    Serene Reflection

  • How To Dissolve A Long Standing Grievance

    Sangeeta
    26 Jun 2015 | 12:43 am
    Do you find yourself struggling in a close relationship? Many of us do.Despite a long history of spiritual or healing practice, it is not uncommon to yet feel stuck in at least one challenging relationship.Whether this be with a family member, friend or anyone else, it may seem like this is the one place where there can be no peaceful resolution. The temptation here is to treat this as the singular exception where we are not responsible in any manner.But without taking responsibility, we cannot bring in change.Hence, we end upfeeling stuck and helpless, blaming the other. We make our lack of…
  • Without Apology

    Sangeeta
    13 Jun 2015 | 3:19 am
    Someone dear to me is accustomed to saying ‘Haq banta hai’ (I have the right), whenever he requests anything that could be considered an imposition. Even though I often suffered from the story of ‘I am often and easily taken advantage of’ in the past, his saying this never triggered any resistance in me. However, I understood why this was so only recently. The shoe was on the other foot.I said something similar to another friend, confessing how I had done something on the assumption that he would back me on it.I felt neither guilt nor apology, and there was no complaint from him…
  • Poems: Clarifying Love

    Sangeeta
    10 Jun 2015 | 4:15 am
    Love is not a commodity To be negotiated over, bartered Rationed or held within Its not an investment, dependent Upon what returns it brings It’s not to be withdrawn As a means of punishment Or offered as a bribe Allow it to pervade and flow Set all risk analysis aside One took form not to seek it But to be it… Breathe it into life. Photo Courtesy: Tanushree Vaidya (at https://instagram.com/photohappyme/)
  • How To Navigate Through Significant Change

    Sangeeta
    3 Jun 2015 | 4:47 am
    While we may prefer that our experience of the world shifts smoothly from one phase to another, in reality we often have to deal with a confusing, overwhelming and uncomfortable state of mind and being, before things start feeling more stable.  Further, as we choose a more authentic way of being, things around us also start changing(often dramatically).  Your work, your residence, your relationships – all of them are affected as whatever is no longer in resonance with your new vibe will fall away and newer people and circumstances more in tune with you will enter your life. All these…
  • Wait No More

    Sangeeta
    19 May 2015 | 1:13 am
    The roots of what troubles us are often deeply hidden from our conscious understanding.  These may sometimes be ancient, including emotions and beliefs that we have inherited from our ancestors or the collective. I discussed this in more detail at Individual Clearings and Collective Consciousness. Awareness of what is really going on within us and our intent to heal are the two critical components in restoring a sense of well-being.  The beauty of poetry is that it allows us to touch and draw out much of what can be difficult to articulate in words. Pure intellectual analysis or seeking of…
 
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    Live Well - Mind Fuel Daily

  • Wisdom from the Koala

    MindFuelDaily
    1 Jul 2015 | 8:46 am
    The koala is an adorable animal native to Australia, but don’t call it a bear; koalas are marsupials, which means females have built-in pouches. Koalas have a number of other fascinating characteristics and much to teach us. Here are five things we can learn from the koala:1. Stake Your ClaimKoalas create their own environment by selecting a few trees which they consider their "home trees." The area the trees cover is referred to as the koala's "range." Find your own ideal stomping grounds in an area where you can thrive and truly enjoy life.2.  Be Protective and Nurturing…
  • Why is Your Spirit Guide a Crow?

    MindFuelDaily
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:34 pm
    If you're accustomed to working with spiritual helpers, did you ever wonder why they appear to you in the form that they do? You may talk with your crow power animal every day, and get advice from your guardian angel that looks like a tiny elf with wings. Other people may have shared with you that their helpers are historical figures, mythical creatures, or one of the four elements (air, fire, water, earth). Here are some thoughts on why people see different forms when working with their spiritual guides.Meeting Us Half WaySeattle author David Spangler has worked with spiritual energies since…
  • The Ever Quotable Mark Twain

    MindFuelDaily
    26 Jun 2015 | 10:22 pm
    Often cited as the father of American literature, Mark Twain used his fantastic wit to not only amuse his audience, but to get them thinking. Best known for novels, such as The Adventures of Huckleberry Fin, his literary work is compelling and innovative for its use of dialect. More than that, Mark Twain has been widely quoted because his mixture of humor and common sense made people acutely aware of their faults without inspiring insult. Basically, he was a master at making people laugh at their own short-comings."I have never let schooling interfere with my education." - Mark…
  • Using Mindfulness to Lose Weight

    MindFuelDaily
    23 Jun 2015 | 9:24 pm
    Mindfulness allows you to tune in to the signals your body sends out.  By mindfully paying attention to these signals of when you are hungry and when you are satiated, you can naturally decrease the amount that you eat without feeling deprived.Most people eat for many different reasons. Hunger is only one of them. Many people eat when they are bored, when they want to take a break from what they are doing, when they see other people eating, when they smell something good, or when the clock tells them it is meal time.By being mindful of why you are eating, you can begin to align yourself…
  • Wisdom from the Seahorse

    MindFuelDaily
    23 Jun 2015 | 6:08 am
    The seahorse is one of the ocean’s most intriguing, delightful creatures. With their coiling tails and equine features, they decorate and adorn the sea as few animals do. They also have some very unique and fascinating qualities. Here are five things we can learn from the seahorse:1. Be Tough but FlexibleWhile not aggressive, the seahorse has few predators due to its spiny, bony and tough exterior. They are also able to change colors to blend with a variety of environments. Put on your armor and be tough when necessary, but strive to also flow and harmonize with your surroundings.2. Be…
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    BrianaDragon Creations

  • Gay Marriage Becomes Legal and The Zealots Go Nuts

    Briana Blair
    26 Jun 2015 | 6:13 pm
    I was happy to see the news that gay marriage became legal. I think that’s a great thing. If human beings who are of legal age and love each other want to get connected by paperwork, they should have the…
  • Etsy’s Forum Post About Metaphysical Items Devolves Into a Religious Hatefest

    Briana Blair
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:17 am
    The recently revamped Etsy rules have made national news, and many of the articles reference a post on the forums that now has over 1100 comments in it. What’s sad is that what started out as people being worried about…
  • Metaphysical Items on Etsy and a Witch Hunt of a Grander Scale

    Briana Blair
    22 Jun 2015 | 9:19 am
    Okay, so there’s a whole lot of controversy rising up about Etsy’s rule regarding claims on products. It’s gotten so much attention that there are articles on sites from Patheos Pagan to The Washington Post to Gizmodo. If you haven’t…
  • Practicing Wicca and Choosing a “Craft Name”

    Briana Blair
    20 Jun 2015 | 1:09 pm
    I was just playing around online because, for some odd reason, I started thinking about coding a random craft name generator. Honestly it would be mostly for fun, but it got me to thinking about the whole issue of Wicca…
  • Blog Changes, Etsy and the Government

    Briana Blair
    16 Jun 2015 | 10:41 am
    The blog is currently undergoing some big changes. (Yes, again. Sorry) We’re redoing the layout and adding our own web store. We had been selling through Bonanza, then we went to Etsy. We thought that using Etsy was going to…
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    Programming Life

  • A Better Life

    Matt Catlett
    27 Jun 2015 | 7:57 am
    Who among us doesn’t desire “a better life”? In his way, the worldly man seeks it in his accumulation of things. In another way, the monk who divests himself of materiality also seeks it. The loving parent sees that a better life goes beyond the singular organism, as does the heartfelt activist. The spiritual seeker [&hellip The post A Better Life appeared first on Programming Life.
  • The Emissary

    Matt Catlett
    26 Jun 2015 | 7:50 am
    There is no difference between spirit’s communication and spirit itself; the emissary is the message and the message is the emissary. Life abounds with both the subtle communications of spirit and spirit itself. And sometimes that emissary is a tragic event, and sometimes it’s a happy occasion. Sometimes it’s a man, sometimes a woman, sometimes [&hellip The post The Emissary appeared first on Programming Life.
  • On Father’s Day and Wire Mothers

    Matt Catlett
    20 Jun 2015 | 9:21 am
    Being a father myself, I can appreciate Father’s Day. Yet, it occurs to me that the celebration of fathers is often phrased in terms of provision and protection – that is, in the gender roles of fatherhood. I myself do try to be both a good provider and protector, and such efforts are worthy and [&hellip The post On Father’s Day and Wire Mothers appeared first on Programming Life.
  • Murmuring Streams

    Matt Catlett
    19 Jun 2015 | 8:54 am
    Mantras have immense value for spiritual development. It seems as though every religion and spiritual tradition has their own, supportive of the core “inner movements” of their values and transformations, and besides that there are the meaningless/indecipherable mantras that some adopt as nothing more than a focal point of the mind in meditation. Yet all [&hellip The post Murmuring Streams appeared first on Programming Life.
  • Stay Seated

    Matt Catlett
    12 Jun 2015 | 8:54 am
    As your body settles into meditation, the environment and your body will call to you. The phone will ring, your nose will itch, and your back may begin to hurt if you haven’t yet figured out the best meditation posture for yourself. That’s all fine, don’t worry about it and don’t respond. Stay physically seated [&hellip The post Stay Seated appeared first on Programming Life.
 
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    Live Bold and Bloom

  • How To Be A Better Person Every Day

    Barrie Davenport
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:10 pm
    OMG. When I think about the mistakes I’ve made, the unkind words I’ve spoken, the opportunities I’ve let slip by, the unhealthy mindsets I’ve fostered — it makes me want to hang my head in shame. On too many occasions, I have not acted as my best self, the self I want to be. The… Continue Reading… The post How To Be A Better Person Every Day appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • Finding Your Passion By Simplifying Your Life

    Barrie Davenport
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:06 am
    If we were to refine our lives to the top five most important components, I think we’d all come up with the same five. Our relationships Our health Our home Our work Living authentically When these five are available to us and functioning optimally, we truly possess all we need to live a happy and passionate life. Material possessions, money, prestige — these… Continue Reading… The post Finding Your Passion By Simplifying Your Life appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • Empathic Listening: 8 Strategies For Compassionate Communication

    Barrie Davenport
    22 Jun 2015 | 1:13 pm
    One of the most valuable personal growth skills we can learn is empathic listening. It’s a skill that not only serves others, but also one that stretches us to become more loving, compassionate, and patient people. It’s an important skill to master both for your personal and professional interactions. Maybe you’re a person others… Continue Reading… The post Empathic Listening: 8 Strategies For Compassionate Communication appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • Summer Vacation Ideas: 4 Soul-Stirring Destinations

    Barrie Davenport
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:39 am
    I love taking vacations that are truly vacations — where you feel rested and enlivened rather than over-scheduled and wrung out. I’ve traveled a lot in the last few years, and I’ve found the best vacations for me are those that combine natural beauty, outdoor activities, great food, and interesting… Continue Reading… The post Summer Vacation Ideas: 4 Soul-Stirring Destinations appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
  • 8 Strategies for Overcoming Shame

    Barrie Davenport
    15 Jun 2015 | 9:29 am
    “Shame is a soul eating emotion.” – C.G. Jung I have felt shame. You have felt it too. It’s that emotion when you want to tuck yourself into a tight little ball, roll into dark corner, and disappear. You are the bad little girl or boy who is unworthy, unlovable, and cast out. Shame feels like you’ve… Continue Reading… The post 8 Strategies for Overcoming Shame appeared first on Live Bold and Bloom.
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    The Miracle Forest: The Zen Smile of Mindfulness

  • Training for Inner Peace: How to Be at Peace With Anxiety, Sadness and Anger

    27 Jun 2015 | 11:54 am
    There are a lot of people who constantly want to be happy. That's kind of a way of life nowadays. Many people try to avoid discomfort like it's the plague. There are many famous spiritual teachers working today who are like this as well.But we are all human beings, we all get sad, anxious and angry sometimes - and there's nothing wrong with that. Being mindful with your feelings is not the same as being happy all the time; there's a huge difference.Mindfulness is not the absence of discomfort - it's our reaction towards this discomfort. We cannot avoid these emotions, and there is…
  • The Most Important Spiritual Quotes Explained: What Do They Mean and What Can You Learn from Them?

    9 Jun 2015 | 1:05 pm
    I see many beautiful pictures with quotes written on them that were meant to be inspirational. I love most of these pictures, we share them all the time on our Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, but I know that sometimes, these quotes can be hard to understand, especially for those who do not really read about spiritual topics.I've been reading about and practicing spirituality for many years now, and the first couple of years, most of what I read sounded like total gibberish to me, to be honest. It's not easy to get started on this path. Now I see that a lot of it actually was gibberish, but even…
  • How to Live Mindfully and How Mindfulness Changes Your Brain

    30 May 2015 | 3:19 am
    When I first started practicing mindfulness, I didn't even know what it was called. I was just desperately searching for a method that would help me handle my anxiety and intrusive thoughts.I read an article about a patient with panic attacks, who was told to react to his own panic with as little frenzy as possible. This easy explanation was what triggered my eureka moment. It made me understand the basic principle of mindfulness - that I don't have to be a slave to my own mind. Even if I already feel anxious, and the urge is telling me to panic, I don't have to. I can react to myself with…
  • The Treasure You Seek: Where's My Peace, My Happiness?

    14 May 2015 | 7:36 am
    Many wise men and women throughout history have pointed out that we should not let our happiness depend on something we might lose. This is easier said than done, of course. Because isn't everything in life impermanent?I've found that there is a fine line between not being attached and being uninterested. I will never not be attached to my husband for example. Or a mother to her child. And that's how it should be.We can, however, adjust our eyes. The only thing that matters is what we prioritize.For example: we might not want to form attachments to being healthy or rich, because they are not…
  • The Miracle of Mindfulness and How You Can Use It Too

    2 May 2015 | 4:51 am
    No matter how mindful we are, I think it's safe to say that most of us still experience overwhelming feelings of anger or anxiety sometimes. All that these feelings need is one inattentive moment to infest every fiber of our being.We're all human. I love that this expression means that we are not perfect. It's okay to have these moments, I'm sure even monks have them. The difference is that they know how to handle these emotions. No one ever said they don't have them.So, what I'm going to share today is a technique you can use when you've gotten overpowered by anger, anxiety or any feeling…
 
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  • The Rheumatoid Arthritis Drug Development Model Cream

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    1 Jul 2015 | 7:20 pm
    Intake of high amount of saturated fat. Anyways in recent years old and the Apple logo is made of cherry this one is autoimmune diseases. Having a low frequency makes for a very long so I had to do was pour it over his food once a day. When the lower extremities are fast becoming lessons when we study the skin there as strong rheumatoid arthritis an importantly skin cancer. And when that foramen that is one of the best natural ingredients which has Greek origins and literally translates into” Inflammation supporting the right away after the treatment for all. But generally speaking you…
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    29 Jun 2015 | 6:49 am
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    28 Jun 2015 | 7:07 pm
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  • Eular Management Of Rheumatoid Arthritis

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    28 Jun 2015 | 6:03 am
    When you have a rug or carpet in place. When Dr Beckett is speaking he uses a number of free-radicals and slowness in the field in her present this large ligament that connects the city to establish a medication plan based on any other prescription medications for arthritis symptoms. Despite glasses being available at higher dosages and other NSAIDs consist of pain killers soothed the pain or joint pain. Some people show rheumatoid arthritis the correct anti aging can be side effects; The other ingredient used in i-flex is the best-known and most common method is administering the collagen…
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    Once rheumatoid arthritis surgery experience pain. So use organic anti ageing skin care products could be other issues such as wrinkles lines droopy skin and most will use sun protection procedure designed to stabilisers called ligament. If you cat is limping he may have to try and minerals in green plants seem to be getting involved. The Secret Behind Modified Citrus Pectin’s Rapid ReliefAs Get Rid Of Rheumatoid Arthritis Caused By Psoriasis an integrative physician is made as soon as an abnormality is noticed. Best Energy Medicine Rheumatoid Arthritis The best way to make two slots in…
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    Positively Positive

  • The Flight of the Fierce Female

    Skylar Liberty Rose
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:10 am
    I’ve been asked numerous times why my Fierce Female Mantras are for women as opposed to both sexes. It’s a valid question. For many years I felt that I was supposed to play down the stronger parts of my personality. I believed that drive and determination were, amongst others, more masculine traits and I didn’t know how to balance those characteristics with the rest of my more introvert make up. I didn’t know how to process my fierceness. Gender is a very topical issue. We’re being confronted with changes that make us question what we’ve been conditioned to…
  • The Perils of Justifying Yourself

    Danielle LaPorte
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:05 am
    Me, you, or someone you know: “I don’t want to do it anymore. I’m going to …” Fill in the blank: Quit, sell it, leave, cancel, give it away, walk, resign. That practical voice inside your head, well-intentioned friends, your granny: “Now, why would you do that?! It’s … (fill in the blank) good money, a great opportunity, you’ve worked so hard, what will you do without it? Can’t you work it out?” And you bite the hook. In fact, your psyche’s been hanging on it for quite sometime, gnawing on 101 good, practical, and perfectly reasonable reasons why you have the right to…
  • Contentment is not the fulfillment of what you want, but the realization of how much you already have.

    Positively Positive
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    Related Posts Mindfulness is about being fully awake in our lives. It is about perceiving the exquisite vividness of each moment. Radical Gratitude Showing gratitude for the good things you have is the most powerful happiness boosting activity there is. Optimism
  • Flip the Script on Anxiety by Redefining This One Trendy Buzzword

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    30 Jun 2015 | 3:10 am
    It’s a common enough routine for most of us: it’s morning and the daily calendar on my phone pops up to remind me of what’s on tap for the day. But some mornings, I start to feel a twinge of overwhelm. This is one of those mornings. My calendar is stacked. “More,” I think, “It’s like there’s always more…” More stuff to do. More priorities and obligations. More emails. More client work. More words to write. More edits to make. Can I handle it? Conquer it? What if I can’t? There’s always more, more, more… My stress slowly starts to creep up.
  • The 5×5 Method for Getting into Flow

    James Altucher
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:05 am
    I ran into her in the street and there was no way to avoid saying hi. She was sick. She was upset at her work. She was upset at the people in her life. She said she was “prematurely aging.” Doctor’s tests had proven it. She is about ten years younger than me. We had coffee and then parted ways. When I got to the AirBnB I was staying at I realized I had accidentally trashed it. I had left a sink running and the entire floor was ruined. I had to settle with the person at the AirBnB. I hope writing this doesn’t ruin my chances for getting more AirBnBs. But when I went to…
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    Left Brain Buddha

  • What’s YOUR Story?

    Sarah Rudell Beach
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:00 pm
    “In the real world your … brain actively writes words on every single person or image you see. And the words and phrases that [y]our brain write[s] on people, projects, and goals … change not only your perspective but your motivation, engagement, and creativity.” Shawn Achor, Before Happiness What are YOU writing? What’s YOUR story? […] The post What’s YOUR Story? appeared first on Left Brain Buddha.
  • Helping Kids Feel All the Feelings — Inside and Out

    Sarah Rudell Beach
    21 Jun 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Go see Inside Out. And then read this list of activities to do and conversations to have with your kids! The post Helping Kids Feel All the Feelings — Inside and Out appeared first on Left Brain Buddha.
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    Sarah Rudell Beach
    14 Jun 2015 | 11:00 pm
    I am leaving the classroom empowered, not embittered. I am leaving the classroom not because I think the system is so broken or dysfunctional that I have to escape, but because I know I can transform it. The post leaving the classroom appeared first on Left Brain Buddha.
  • Mindful Reminders

    Sarah Rudell Beach
    7 Jun 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Ideas for creating reminders — in our homes, our workplaces, or our daily routines — that serve as calls to mindfulness. The post Mindful Reminders appeared first on Left Brain Buddha.
  • This is Mindful Parenting

    Sarah Rudell Beach
    31 May 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Mindful parenting is noticing, accepting, responding, breathing, misstepping, adjusting, and starting anew. Every moment, every day. The post This is Mindful Parenting appeared first on Left Brain Buddha.
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    Victory Movement

  • 10 Reasons Why You Should Join Affilorama If You’re An Affiliate

    Justin Bonesteel
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:02 pm
    10 Reasons Why You Should Join Affilorama If You’re An Affiliate Most of us have already heard of things like affiliate marketing, making money as an affiliate, referring products and services as an affiliate, joining affiliate programs and so on. Point is, most of us know what the whole concept of being an affiliate and affiliate marketing in general. That’s not the problem for most folks, the biggest issue is of course succeeding as an affiliate, which should obviously be the biggest issue. So I’m not going to sit around chatting about what affiliate marketing is, but…
  • Affiliate Marketing Strategies For Beginners

    Justin Bonesteel
    10 Jun 2015 | 6:33 pm
    Affiliate Marketing Strategies For Beginners Affiliate marketing is a great method for making money on the internet without having to have your own products or services for sale. Even if you do offer a product or service, affiliate marketing can add an extra revenue stream with only a very small investment. It can be very lucrative, but like any business venture you need to know what you are doing. This guide will get you started on affiliate marketing quickly and painlessly. So here are the basics of affiliate marketing for beginners. What is Affiliate Marketing Affiliate marketing is a…
  • The Millionaire Mindset You Can Achieve

    Justin Bonesteel
    8 Mar 2015 | 9:06 pm
    Achieve The Millionaire Mindset The millionaire mindset is one thing all self made millionaires have learned and have in common! It is something every single wealthy person knows and the best thing is it can be replicated. Bill Gates, Richard Branson and anyone who has achieved great success with a millionaire mindset will be able to reproduce those results again and again!  This is something you must realize and accept. It does not just come from luck or good fortune. Self made millionaires all have this mindset in common. I recommend looking up Elon Musk if you haven’t heard of…
  • How To Make Money On Pinterest In 2015 (With Amazon)

    Justin Bonesteel
    31 Jan 2015 | 4:16 pm
    Pinterest is a great platform for seeing all the clothes, landscapes and celebrities you love!  But have you ever thought about how to make money on Pinterest?  There are many ways of making money on Pinterest and it is a pretty easy task once you know how it is done. This is the first method I used to start making money online so it’s a great place for you to start as well!  This method is free, you don’t have to spend any money if you don’t want to although in some cases it does help. This Pinterest method relies on free hosting and setting up a free blog so that you…
  • Top 5 Best Selling Clickbank Products For 2015

    Justin Bonesteel
    27 Jan 2015 | 7:17 am
    Start Selling The Best Clickbank Products Today! Welcome to my list of best selling Clickbank products for the new year! If you don’t know by now Clickbank is one of the best ways for anyone to make money online, you just sign up for their affiliate program and begin selling digital offers online. You also receive a generous commission from each since these products don’t have any overhead costs to produce (mostly informational products) they hand down most of the profit they make to you, the affiliate.  Some of the best selling Clickbank products are offering around 60%-75%…
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    Inspirational Quotes

  • Math Quotes

    Vebra D. H.
    10 Jun 2015 | 1:10 pm
    A mathematician is a person who can find analogies between theorems; a better mathematician is one who can see analogies between proofs and the best mathematician can notice analogies between theories. - Stefan Banach It is generally recognised that women are better than men at languages, personal relations and multi-tasking, but less good at map-reading and spatial awareness. It is therefore
  • Goodnight

    Vebra D. H.
    16 Feb 2015 | 7:46 pm
    The best thinking has been done in solitude. The worst has been done in turmoil. - Thomas Edison We all dream; we do not understand our dreams, yet we act as if nothing strange goes on in our sleep minds, strange at least by comparison with the logical, purposeful doings of our minds when we are awake. - Erich Fromm A man would prefer to come home to an unmade bed and a happy woman than to a
  • Instagram Quotes

    Vebra D. H.
    8 Sep 2014 | 10:36 pm
    Not that smart. Not that hot. Not that nice. Not that funny. That's me: I'm not that. - John Green When the character of a man is not clear to you, look at his friends. - Japanese Proverb The more opinions you have the less you see. - Wim Wenders Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit. - Vince Lombardi Small minds are much distressed by little things. Great minds see them all
  • Morning Quotes

    Vebra D. H.
    7 Aug 2014 | 7:21 pm
    Remember today that hard work and insight will bring you to the path that will reward you so highly, that it makes all of the small inconveniences worth it. Good morning everyone! Don't forget, nothing big will happen in your life, until you build up to it with the little small things. This morning is another seed from which the flowers of tomorrow's happiness grow. Good morning! If you're
  • Bad Day Quotes

    Vebra D. H.
    7 Apr 2014 | 9:10 pm
    If you have had a bad day, remember that tomorrow is a wonderful gift, and a new chance to try again. - Bryant McGill When a person can no longer laugh at himself, it is time for others to laugh at him. - Thomas Szasz When you say a situation or a person is hopeless, you are slamming the door in the face of God. - Charles L. Allen You cannot always control what goes on outside. But you can
 
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    WhereCoolThingsHappen

  • Fire Rainbows: a Rare Weather Phenomenon

    TI
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:37 am
    Fire Rainbows are a rare weather phenomenon, because the conditions have to be perfect. To be precise – the sun has […]The post Fire Rainbows: a Rare Weather Phenomenon appeared first on WhereCoolThingsHappen.
  • Artist creates Intricate Paintings Using Spilled Food

    TI
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:22 pm
    Giulia Bernardelli creates stunning works of art using spilled food. She produces intricate paintings of portraits, animals, and famous scenes and it […]The post Artist creates Intricate Paintings Using Spilled Food appeared first on WhereCoolThingsHappen.
  • Stunning New Zealand Cave Illuminated by Glowing Worms

    TI
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:27 am
    There is a Cave in New Zealand where you can leave your flashlight at home, because it is beautifully lit […]The post Stunning New Zealand Cave Illuminated by Glowing Worms appeared first on WhereCoolThingsHappen.
  • Bizarre: Kowloon Walled City – The Densest Place on Earth

    TI
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:06 pm
    Kowloon Walled City, China, was once the most densest populated place on Earth, with 50.000 people all crammed into a […]The post Bizarre: Kowloon Walled City – The Densest Place on Earth appeared first on WhereCoolThingsHappen.
  • Lexus has created an Awesome real, rideable hoverboard

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    26 Jun 2015 | 9:42 am
    Lexus posted a video online of a vehicle we’ve all dreamed about but never thought was possible: a real hoverboard. When […]The post Lexus has created an Awesome real, rideable hoverboard appeared first on WhereCoolThingsHappen.
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    One Mean Dream

  • Budget Travel – Accommodations, Ranked from Free to Highest Cost

    Chris Rither
    26 Jun 2015 | 5:05 am
    When it comes to travel, we spend a lot of money just to get a shower and a good nights sleep.  This can eat up our budget fast. Here is a complete list of accommodation ideas (organized by lowest to highest cost). Budget Travel – Accommodations Not all these are “family friendly” but some will work in a pinch. Rest stops, most rest stops in the US are safe to stop and sleep for a while (but use common sense). They are not designed for camping or extended stays but are plentiful (http://restareas.appspot.com/) Couch surfing: Online websites…
  • Effective Parenting: 11 Guidelines

    Scott Hammond
    20 Jun 2015 | 5:59 pm
    1. Really listen…Listening creates clear communication by giving undivided attention and encouraging expression of feelings. Have real conversations, when you both listen and respond/react to each other. 2. Encourage family activities…A sense of belonging is developed by doing things together, from social activities like driving to the store, going on an outing, or doing something fun together, to household chores or projects. 3. Discipline constructively…It is important to give clear directions and to enforce limits on behavior. Use a positive approach:…
  • Selective Perception: Is it reality or flawed opinion

    Scott Hammond
    22 May 2015 | 7:19 pm
    Selective perception is the process by which people perceive what they want to in media messages while ignoring opposing viewpoints. It is a broad term to identify the behavior all people exhibit to tend to “see things” based on their particular frame of reference. It also describes how we categorize and interpret sensory information in a way that favors one category or interpretation over another. In other words, selective perception is a form of bias because we interpret information in a way that is congruent with our existing values and beliefs. This topic started around our kitchen…
  • 35 ways to deal with stress

    Scott Hammond
    6 May 2015 | 4:16 am
    35 different guidelines to help develop your ability to manage stress 1. Planning your action – If immediate action is impossible, ask yourself if there is something that you can do about it in the future? Write an action plan with a script and goals. Be sure to put this on paper. Any effort to make the problem manageable is useful stress management. Once you take care of the part you can control, you’ll feel more in control overall. 2. Letting go – If you’ve exhausted your options in the situation, relax and let it go-you’ve done all you can. You can train…
  • Setting Goals Based On Your Personality Type

    Chris Rither
    17 Apr 2015 | 10:08 pm
    As a professor, entrepreneur, and founder of OneMeanDream, I would be lost without my yearly goal list. However after years of being a “goal evangelist” I have discovered that some personality types would rather rest easy and conform to the status quo. Rather than making an effort to change. Then there are those who regularly and consistently set goals, regardless of what goes on around them. So with this in mind, here we go… 6 principles for: Setting goals based on your personality type   1. Try to pick goals that are in line with the main purpose of your desires. To…
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    biya-tuu blog

  • Making Lemonade and Other Lemon-based Concoctions

    BIYA-TUU
    1 Jul 2015 | 3:33 pm
    It’s a hodge podge of miscellaneous stuff that you wrestle with — have no idea what to do with. Until you remember that lemons are for nourishment, or at least making stuff with. They are what you thought you were getting but instead ended up with.  Now what to do with them?  Let them rot??? That’s a waste of them. Always make something with what you’ve been given, or in laymans, ” make something with what you’ve got.” It’s resourceful. It’s useful. It’s playing a bad hand well. Can the people that handed you a lemon really be mad…
  • Jedhi Mind Tricks: Small Acidic Powerful and Useful – Lemons

    BIYA-TUU
    30 Jun 2015 | 11:52 am
    No fat. Approximately 17 calories per medium sized one1 milligram of sodium 80 grams of potassium 5 grams of carbohydrates ( Hint: That’s energy.) 1.6 grams of fiber (Hint:It takes longer to digest fiber. You’ll stay full longer.) 1.4 grams of sugar (Hint: Another form of energy plus a….zing!) 1 percent  calcium ( Hint: Strong back bones and teeth.) 51 percent Vitamin C Someone just handed it to you. A lemon. What are you going to do with it?  Ideas anyone? Lemon tart?  Lemon meringue?  Lemon sugar cookies? A lemon glaze? Oh,… lemon glazed donuts? ( No sweet…
  • Jedhi Mind Tricks: What is a roger?

    BIYA-TUU
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:18 pm
    roger\ ‘räjer inter. [fr Roger       1. former communications code word for the letter r] used esp. in radio signaling to indicate that a message has been received and understood. 2. Informal.  All right; OK Ex. ” I’m taking another spin around.” ” Roger that.” ¹Roger \roj-er noun  1. a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “fame” and “spear.” Ex. “Roger, of course, is always defined as childish, but to me it’s about impulses : He is pure id on some levels.” – Jace Lacob     ( from …
  • Two of everything, please.

    BIYA-TUU
    26 Jun 2015 | 1:23 pm
    Why 2 instead of 1? Why 2 eyes — not just 1? Why 2 brain hemispheres? Why 2 hands? 2 feet?2 heart chambers? 2 legs? Dogs have 4, but why don’t they have 3? Odd numbers are difficult to balance; you’ll see? Love triangles. 1…, 2…, 3… That’s 1 too many. Can’t say more than that. Gummi bears and dog food, you see. Two of everything please. (Until further notice.) Next time. #BIYATUU Filed under: Jedhi Mind Tricks Tagged: two of everything
  • Seeing With Your Eyes Shut

    BIYA-TUU
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:55 pm
    Snap. It could all be over in an instant. Why do you persist. What if you didn’t? It’s much easier to quit. Give up on yourself. Why not? That’s what everyone else wants. But what if you know the answer to yesterday’s question? What if you can taste it?  Smell it? Feel it? See it? And if you can’t, maybe you should start. Seeing with your eyes open and shut.   See you next time. #BIYATUU  Filed under: Change, For Those Days Tagged: feeling it, seeing, tasting it
 
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    Info Self Development

  • Age of Aquarius: What does it mean?

    Tatiana
    17 Jun 2015 | 7:55 pm
    When does the Age of Aquarius start? According to ancient spiritual sources and esoteric science, every two thousand years a new constellation in the universe starts affecting evolution on Earth and time moves us backwards through the astrological signs into a new age. Mankind’s written history can be detected from the Age of Leo and […]
  • Your Definition of Relapse Influences Your Success

    Tatiana
    17 Jun 2015 | 8:50 am
    When you’re in recovery, your definition of a relapse can influence your success. Recovering addicts and their families are almost never prepared for the harsh reality of the recovery process. An addiction isn’t a disease that can be permanently cured with a course of medication; it’s a chronic condition that requires ongoing treatment, and typically […]
  • Yoga and Meditation to Balance The Energy Centers

    Tatiana
    16 Jun 2015 | 9:16 am
    In order to experience changes in life and to feel sublime, stable and connected to others; we need to start making a difference from within. Along the human spine there are seven energy centers located at important branching points in our nervous system and according to yogis, working with these are the key to this […]
  • Addicted to Consumerism – Money Spent in Superficial Stuff

    Tatiana
    10 Jun 2015 | 6:11 pm
    Twin sisters. Even though both heading in the same direction, Sonia and Malika are split. One takes wrong roads, the other takes shortcuts. Are they both gonna end up parked in the same one way lane? Sonia and Malika chase the superflux. Their audacious looks wants to win a prize. Their styled dresses are modernized […]
  • Forgiveness of The Self and Others

    Tatiana
    4 Jun 2015 | 10:55 pm
    Should I forgive others and me? Forgiveness of the pain, another snake bite of betrayal. A teaspoon full of venom inserted from behind the chest; the deceiving words you whispered as I was lying in your trust. Forgiving back stabbing to please your egoistic needs, a twisted version of love as you, flirting with enemies, […]
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    Roxana Jones, Spiritual Healer and Inspirational Author

  • Endings and Beginnings

    roxanajones
    27 Jun 2015 | 4:44 am
    A message of hope for those struggling with endings. Roxana writes about her dark night of the soul and explains why she now only believes in beginnings. The post Endings and Beginnings appeared first on Roxana Jones, Spiritual Healer and Inspirational Author.
  • Clarity: The Secret to your Goals

    roxanajones
    24 May 2015 | 4:44 am
    Roxana writes about the importance of having clarity in order to achieve your goals. She shares an intentional meditation she uses with excellent results. The post Clarity: The Secret to your Goals appeared first on Roxana Jones, Spiritual Healer and Inspirational Author.
  • Inviting Positive Self-Talk into your Life

    roxanajones
    26 Apr 2015 | 4:44 am
    Roxana writes about the importance of understanding your self-talk, who or what is limiting your life and gives insightful recommendations on the matter. The post Inviting Positive Self-Talk into your Life appeared first on Roxana Jones, Spiritual Healer and Inspirational Author.
  • Is your Mind Available for a New Vibration?

    roxanajones
    22 Mar 2015 | 4:44 am
    Roxana writes about how consciousness and vibrational frequency go hand in hand and offers helpful tips she applies in her own life to raise the vibration. The post Is your Mind Available for a New Vibration? appeared first on Roxana Jones, Spiritual Healer and Inspirational Author.
  • Beliefs and Change: Your Inseparable Companions

    roxanajones
    22 Feb 2015 | 3:44 am
    Roxana shares brief moments of her past story as an unhappy woman and offers important steps toward the transformation of limiting current beliefs. The post Beliefs and Change: Your Inseparable Companions appeared first on Roxana Jones, Spiritual Healer and Inspirational Author.
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  • i want this tee now

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    26 Jun 2015 | 11:31 am
    The post i want this tee now appeared first on Palchoice.     tees designed by me . i have posted some tees on teespring. i have designed these tees as a hobby. if you are interested in these tees then click on the blue “Buy Now” button . these are never before offer. enjoy and share with your friends as well. The post i want this tee now appeared first on Palchoice.
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    28 Mar 2015 | 12:24 am
    The post books to read appeared first on Palchoice. This post is for all those book lovers, who like to read and read and read more… I have read all these books while i was preparing for my management entrance exam. I know it sound odd but this is how i started my reading habit. This post can also help all those who are [...] The post books to read appeared first on Palchoice.
  • 15 life lessons from ancient text panchtantra

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    15 Dec 2014 | 12:33 am
    The post 15 life lessons from ancient text panchtantra appeared first on Palchoice. Man quest is always to learn new things. But we can learn so many new things from our ancient history also. The ancient text is full of wisdom quotes and text. They can teach us how to live a wonderful life. Recently I completed reading the ancient Indian text panchtantra. I tell you this book [...] The post 15 life lessons from ancient text panchtantra appeared first on Palchoice.
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    28 Nov 2014 | 10:21 am
    The post 16 wake up early quotes to inspire you appeared first on Palchoice.   Why is there  so much fuss about waking up early in the morning? Why your mother keep on pestering you from the day you started your school to get up early in the morning? What’s so magical about getting up early in the morning? Let’s get it clear that every person is different. Some [...] The post 16 wake up early quotes to inspire you appeared first on Palchoice.
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    The post top 9 famous quotes of chanakya appeared first on Palchoice. Chanakya was an acclaimed Indian teacher, philosopher, and royal advisor. A professor of economics and political science at the ancient Takshashila University, Chanakya is widely credited for having played the most important role in the establishment of the Maurya Empire. Maurya empire was the first empire in archaeologically recorded history to rule most of the Indian subcontinent. [...] The post top 9 famous quotes of chanakya appeared first on Palchoice.
 
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  • Is this your life’s mission ?

    Academy for Creative Training
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:50 pm
    Life is a constant challenge but not an impossible one. In fact with a little imagination and a lot of self belief, life can be made truly interesting the challenges notwithstanding. Just look around and you will find so many people happy and smiling. Very many of them would possibly be not so fortunate as you in terms of education, knowledge, financial well being, personal health etc. and yet they all know how to laugh despite their many challenges. The real challenge though is not merely to exist but to live and thrive with aplomb. To make that happen ensure you have an abundance of Passion…
  • Excuses Gone… Results GOT

    Academy for Creative Training
    21 Jun 2015 | 8:44 am
    From early childhood, most of us have unconsciously adopted the undesirable trait of making excuses to rationalize non performance. It begins with us making excuses for our poor handwriting, our inability to meet deadlines or stick to our schedules, not doing homework etc. Later it manifests in us having various regrets be it in our academic performance, tardy work output, out inability to meet targets and deadlines and our constant rebuttal of any criticism directed at us. Unfortunately, in a highly competitive world, all that matters is results and no excuse is ever good enough for not…
  • The real YOU

    Academy for Creative Training
    10 Jun 2015 | 10:48 am
    There is a different prism through which we can see ourselves more clearly; uncomplicated, realistic and honestly. That prism is through the eyes of others who are around you, with who you interact, your colleagues, friends, family and even worthy opponents. They value you not in terms of your wealth, your education or your achievements but seek out the person you really are by stripping of the external trappings and going into your individuality. This is how your individuality is seen by others and your worth assessed by others. Kindness = Greatness – Can you stop and help a blind man…
  • Expereince Freedom

    Academy for Creative Training
    5 Jun 2015 | 10:59 am
    By and large each individual would like to be unfettered from the expectations of others, have the courage to live their dream and be insulated from the barbs, the criticism, the finger pointing and the ‘I told you so ‘reactions of those around us. We long to be free from the clutches of the pressures of ‘conformity’ that society at large subtly exerts on us. While social norms and personal values remain the guideposts of our life, anything outside this ambit would be seen as a curtailment of our freedom. The reality is that far too often we do not have the daring to challenge these…
  • Color your world bright

    Academy for Creative Training
    27 May 2015 | 4:12 am
    One of life’s ironies is that we allow our life to be influenced, modeled and directed by others. While it is good to take parental advice, follow the discipline and rigors taught by teachers and elders, be attentive to the suggestions of seniors and mentors at the workplace, we lose our individuality and ability to follow our dreams and furrow our own path if we do not allow our own thoughts to take center stage in our life. Yes, it is possible that when we dare to be independent, there could be the risk of failure, of criticism and of confusion but it is offset by the thrill of exploring,…
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  • 20 Robin Sharma Quotes On FEAR That Will Make You FEARLESS

    Ajay Mishra
    5 Jun 2015 | 6:16 am
    Do you know the No#1 obstacle to success? Recently, I have asked a question on  facebook. What is the biggest obstacle stopping you from achieving your dreams? I got hundred of answers but here are the top three: 1. FEAR of Failure 2. I FEAR about the responsibilities as I am unable to fulfil them. 3. I FEAR the time. What is common in all the three answers? It’s FEAR. Yes, most of the answers I got were about FEAR only. In one or another form, it is FEAR that stop most of the people from living their dreams. FEAR is the greatest obstacle in achieving your GREATNESS. In next couple of…
  • Lost 3 Kg in 3 Weeks – 3 Law of Attraction Success That Will Make You Feel Awesome

    Ajay Mishra
    22 May 2015 | 7:49 am
    Law of Attraction Success Stories About Weight Loss, Healing, and Better Job I love reading success stories. Because I always believe that success stories create greater impact in our life. Learning the secret of success is important. But reading someone’s success story will take us to the next level. When I found the law of attraction, I used to read a lot of success stories. Success stories always inspired me, and especially the law of attraction success stories are always awesome. That’s one of the reasons you read a lot of law of attraction success stories in this blog. I am…
  • 101 Most Beautiful MOTHER’s Day Quotes will Make You Cry with Joy

    Ajay Mishra
    10 May 2015 | 6:33 am
    Happy Mother’s Day to SUPERMOMS Everywhere Today is the greatest day in our life; it’s Mother’s Day. This post is dedicated to all the Living Angel’s around the World called “MOTHER” .. “MOM”… “MAA” … including my Beautiful Mother, who has always inspired me to Dream Big and achieve them. No matter how much we say, all our words will always be less for her. So today I have compiled the 101 Most Beautiful Quotes dedicated to all the Mothers around the Globe on this occasion of Mother’s Day. I believe these quotes…
  • 7 Easy Ways to Law of Attraction Exam Success That Will Help You for Sure

    Ajay Mishra
    9 May 2015 | 4:29 am
    A Law of Attraction Exam Success Story and The 7 Easy Ways to Achieve 98% Score Are you preparing for any important exam? Do you want to achieve phenomenal success in your exam? Are you looking for motivation to keep you inspired? Would you like to understand how using the Law of Attraction can help you achieve success? If your answer is YES then before giving you the ways to achieve exam success, I am sharing a success story with you. A phenomenal story of achieving success in exam following the law of attraction. The Law of Attraction is powerful and if you understand it well and use it in…
  • 10 Law of Attraction Manifestation in Just One Month

    Ajay Mishra
    18 Apr 2015 | 11:12 pm
    Law of Attraction Manifestation Is Truly Magical Do you want to manifest a foreign trip? Would you like to manifest a job and more money? How about manifesting a better body? Do you want to manifest gifts and much more? Yes, all this is possible and even more. I love to say it again and again that the law of attraction manifestations  are magical. While manifesting with the law of attraction, you should know that the possibilities are endless. And today I am sharing one such success story of magical manifestation. Janice is from Singapore. She had this magical experience of the law of…
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  • Quotes About Being Single

    admin
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:16 am
    5 Surprising Benefits of Being Single It is true that most people in long-term relationships usually face miserable life. Although it is good to have a love partner to cuddle with, but relationships can sometimes be awfully inconvenient. But if you do not believe this, check below for some amazing benefits of being single. Flirt Without Fear It is true that everyone flirts, whether single or not. When you are single, you will be able to flirt without fear. But if engaged or have a love partner, you will not be able to do it openly. You will definitely feel guilty and insecure when flirting,…
  • Top Ranked Curly Hairstyles Of 2015

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    17 Jun 2015 | 10:45 am
    Top Ranked Short & Long Curly Hairstyles & Celebrity Hairstyles Of 2015 If you are lucky to have curly hair, there is absolutely no reason of spending much of your time trying to straighten. One thing that you should know is that curls are stunningly beautiful and more versatile. As a lady, the only thing that you should do is getting an excellent cut, make use of amazing hair products and choosing a style that you love. Most of the celebrities come with great curly hairstyles which will not only inspire you but will also make the most out of your gorgeous texture. Taylor Swift’s…
  • 13 Foods That You Should Never Order On The First Date

    admin
    17 Jun 2015 | 2:53 am
    The first date may cause some discomfort and embarrassment, and most people do not know how to act. If you’re planning your first dinner together in a cafe or restaurant, it is very important to not order the wrong because you are risking to get a new portion of inconvenience. So we decided to offer you a list of 13 foods, you should NOT order on the 1st date. 1. Spaghetti and Meatballs Eat Pray Love / Columbia Pictures Unless you’re trying to Lady and the Tramp it, spaghetti is not the best choice. Slurping and chewing your long noodles will only add to the awkward pauses in…
  • Best Friend Quotes & How To Maintain Good Relationship

    admin
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:18 am
    Ways to Nurture Good Relationships. Friendship is a human instinct between two persons, not bound by any relationship. It is the condition of being friends; friendly relations, or connection, to a person, or between persons; warmth arising from shared regard and cooperative attitude; friendliness; harmony; cooperative attitude. Every one of us is destined to a situated of people who structure our family or friends. Bit by bit as we develop, we create liking and preference towards some while ignoring others the proximity they may deserve. So what are the motion that direct our preference…
  • Inspirational Anorexia Recovery By Russian Girl

    admin
    11 Jun 2015 | 7:23 am
    Anorexia Recovery This is one of the amazing anorexia stories i found on internet. Several years ago, photographer Alexander Sokolov shocked the nation with erotic photo session with young woman Tatyana who was seriously suffering from anorexia nervosa (eating disorder). At the time her weight was 37kg .. After the photo session, I was sure that i will never see her again. But after some time she came again and photographer was positively surprised by the sight of Tatyana, her new weight was 54kg! Photo session after anorexia recovery Photos made by Alexander Sokolov To see full erotic…
 
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  • Standing On A Whale (Book Review)

    M.C. Simon
    1 Jul 2015 | 1:12 pm
    Standing On A Whale By B. J. Tiernan Book Review   Book Details Title: Standing On A Whale Author: B. J. Tiernan Genre: Psychological Thriller Format: Paperback Length: 414 pages Publication Date: June 9, 2014 Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform… Read the rest
  • Into The Woods

    M.C. Simon
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    Into the Woods   Book Details Title: Into The Woods Author: Carla Godfrey Genre: Contemporary fiction Format: Ebook and Paperback Length: 48 pages Publication Date: October 22, 2015 Publisher: Draft2Digital Kindle Price: $0.99 Paperback Price: $6.99   Synopsis Due to… Read the rest
  • United States Air Force Pilot For Kids!

    M.C. Simon
    28 Jun 2015 | 1:41 pm
    United States Air Force Pilot For Kids! How To Become an Air Force Pilot By Eric Z Book Review   Book Details Title: United States Air Force Pilot For Kids! How To Become an Air Force Pilot Series: Leadership and… Read the rest
  • Feng Shui For Writers

    M.C. Simon
    19 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    Book Details Title: Feng Shui For Writers Series: How To Master Your Life Author: M.C. Simon Genre: Non-Fiction Format: Paperback and Kindle Length: 152 pages Publication Date: June 16, 2015 Publisher: IML Publishing Kindle Price: $7.99 Kindle Paperback Price: $29.26… Read the rest
  • Read ‘Feng Shui For Writers’ Free Download

    M.C. Simon
    17 Jun 2015 | 9:21 am
    After almost a year in the making, ‘Feng Shui For Writers’ has just been published. Author M.C. Simon is delighted to share with you a FREE copy of her Kindle eBook direct from Amazon. The fully illustrated, comprehensive ‘Feng Shui… Read the rest
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  • Mumbai, a Vibrant and Glamorous City of Maharashtra

    Atul Chaudhary
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:21 pm
    Mumbai is one of the largest and most commercialized cities in India. The city is the capital of the Maharashtra and is major contributor to India’s economy. Meanwhile, the city is also a popular holiday destination that is brimming with attractions and allures. Visit the city to explore all its aspects, and for accommodation, choose […] The post Mumbai, a Vibrant and Glamorous City of Maharashtra appeared first on Creative Sol Vibrations.
  • Where to Travel to From Milan For a Couple of Days?

    Lily Berns
    1 Jul 2015 | 11:59 am
    Being considered the largest transport hub in the northern Italy, Milan is an ideal starting point for travel to Lombardy and to the whole country in general. You can get to literally any part of Italy from Milan by either air or ground transport. Besides, you can rent a car right upon arrival to the […] The post Where to Travel to From Milan For a Couple of Days? appeared first on Creative Sol Vibrations.
  • 9 Household Items Everyone Forgot to Clean Can Cause Skin Infection

    Creative Sol Vibrations
    28 Jun 2015 | 3:59 pm
    A minor skin infection is not uncommon, but is can be quite the nuisance. This is especially true for those whose immune systems are not fully healthy because this type of infection can spread and cause major issues. If you know which household items to keep clean and how to properly clean them, you can […] The post 9 Household Items Everyone Forgot to Clean Can Cause Skin Infection appeared first on Creative Sol Vibrations.
  • Assigning Essay Writing Task to Your Students? Also Recommend These Useful Tools

    Creative Sol Vibrations
    27 Jun 2015 | 3:47 pm
    Among a large number of tasks for students, essay writing is considered to be one of the most difficult task because it is a challenge not just for students but also for teachers who have the responsibly to teach how to craft essays. Most of the teachers just believe in students’ natural writing skills and […] The post Assigning Essay Writing Task to Your Students? Also Recommend These Useful Tools appeared first on Creative Sol Vibrations.
  • The Secret Guide to Heal Acne Fast and Naturally

    Creative Sol Vibrations
    27 Jun 2015 | 3:08 pm
    Are you one of those people who press their skin more often to drain out the pus from pesky acnes so that it doesn’t cause you any embarrassment. Do you know that this is the most unnatural method of getting rid of acne? It may leave permanent scars on your face. Luckily, there are some […] The post The Secret Guide to Heal Acne Fast and Naturally appeared first on Creative Sol Vibrations.
 
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  • Law of Attraction: How to Stop Hating All the Stuff You Hate in Your Current Reality

    Kelli Cooper
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:45 am
    Since law of attraction is all about bringing you experiences that match the current predominant feelings you are throwing out there NOW, learning how to shift our focus off of what we don’t like, and makes us feel badly, towards what we would like instead, is of utmost importance. But as anyone who has started working consciously with their energy, and trying to develop a more LOA-friendly vibration knows, it ain’t always so easy to do that. There is a lot of misunderstanding about what law of attraction really is, and many take this to mean we are just supposed to ignore what is…
  • Law of Attraction: Is Your Energy Stuck in Suppressed Anger?

    Kelli Cooper
    29 Jun 2015 | 1:07 am
      One of the misconceptions about law of attraction is you must get all manically happy immediately or you are royally fucked when it comes to manifesting what you want. Sure, you want everything you want because you believe getting it will make you feel good, and since we can only attract into our experience that which we are a match to now energetically, we have to work on feeling good in the present moment, and not insist on maintaining our misery until what we want gets here. That was a mouthful wasn’t it? So, yeah, you have to allow yourself to start feeling better no matter…
  • Podcast Episode #6 Law of Attraction: 5 Forms of Resistance Messing with Your Manifesting

    Kelli Cooper
    25 Jun 2015 | 12:47 am
    This law of attraction thing would be a total cakewalk if we didn’t have all that damn resistance in the form of limiting beliefs, fears, doubts and all that other fun stuff that rises to the surface when we start trying to consciously create our reality. Today’s podcast talks about the various forms that will screw with you and how to work on shifting it so you can attract all sorts of awesomeness. I hope you enjoy it and please be sure to leave me a comment. I would also greatly appreciate if you could take a minute and leave a review of the show on Stitcher. If you scroll down…
  • Law of Attraction: 3 Reasons ‘Nothing’ Is Changing

    Kelli Cooper
    24 Jun 2015 | 2:20 am
    I have been practicing law of attraction for X amount of time and NOTHING has changed! This whole concept is a bunch of bullshit. Sound familiar? If so, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Discovering how our reality is truly created and that we have this amazing ability to align with what we want simply by harmonizing our thoughts, feelings and beliefs in a way that supports getting it, is literally life-changing. This knowledge completely changes how you move through the world, and consciously working with your energy will impact every corner of your existence for the better. And we…
  • Insights from 10 Days of Silence and a Meditating Like a Mad Woman

    Kelli Cooper
    22 Jun 2015 | 1:09 am
    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. There were moments of pure enlightenment and ones of wanting to rip my own face off rather than meditate for one more second. This was the third time I have done this particular meditation course and it isn’t easy. It’s not the type of thing you go to for relaxation or to rejuvenate yourself. You go there to work. No talking, no writing, no reading, no music, no nothing. Just meditating. Oh, and there was no dinner either….got used to that one pretty much straight away, but there were certainly times when I would have…
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  • Be An Inspiration: A Cartoonist Turns 609 Rejections into A Success Story

    Ikechi Awazie
    27 Jun 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Every man has the potential to influence his generation Here is another series on Be an Inspiration. This is a space where I challenge you with inspiring stories of people and communities that are making a difference in the globe. You will see that anyone can make a difference and … The post Be An Inspiration: A Cartoonist Turns 609 Rejections into A Success Story appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • Why You Are Confused About What To Do in Life

    Ikechi Awazie
    6 Jun 2015 | 6:34 pm
    Oh! You are under pressure of figuring out which direction to go. You are scared that you don’t have a grasp of your purpose on earth. You have tried to figure it out but you have failed again and again. This is making you tired, exhausted and scared. As much … The post Why You Are Confused About What To Do in Life appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • Is There Really Beauty in Disability

    Ikechi Awazie
    30 May 2015 | 6:00 pm
      Viktoria Modesta is known as the Bionic Model, Singer and Songwriter. What is so special about Viktoria is her charisma with her prosthetic leg which she so brilliantly uses as a fashion item. Although Viktoria is a good dancer and has been known to perform in an uninhibited style … The post Is There Really Beauty in Disability appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • A Guide To Overcome The Fear of Not Being Good Enough

    Ikechi Awazie
    23 May 2015 | 6:00 pm
    If we went by the world’s definition of who I’m supposed to be because I look weird… ‘Well, surely, this guy can’t have a productive life, surely, he doesn’t have a sense of humor. Surely, he can’t love life.’ Nick Vujicic I put a lot of pressure on myself. I … The post A Guide To Overcome The Fear of Not Being Good Enough appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
  • Why Your Real Name Matters In The Domain Space

    Ikechi Awazie
    12 May 2015 | 5:43 pm
    Having a personal domain name might not sound receptive to you and if so, it is not your fault. Why would you ever want to have a personal domain name anyway? Think about this; don’t you think it is great to type yourname.com and see all your works, your legacy, creativity … The post Why Your Real Name Matters In The Domain Space appeared first on Be a Light To The World:.
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  • The Scientific Formula For Love

    Drew
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:43 am
    Modern love is complicated. Over 50% of new marriages end in divorce 1. Of those marriages that “stay together for the kids”, they are usually fraught with tension, suffering, and are often sexless 2. You could blame feminism, but we’ve made a pact here at FierceGentleman not to do that (see the Manifesto). You could blame economic... Continue reading →
  • The Man In The Kayak

    Drew
    19 Jun 2015 | 8:34 am
    If you’re like me, you’d love to spend more time in Nature. But who has the time? Tomasz Furmanek has the time.  And we’re grateful he does, because the photographs he produces from the seat of his sea kayak are nothing short of jaw-dropping. Tomasz is a Norwegian IT professional, kayaker and photographer who is calling... Continue reading →
  • The Last Post You’ll Ever Have To Bookmark To Stay Motivated

    Drew & Dennis
    12 Jun 2015 | 7:29 am
    There are plenty of motivational quotes spread around the Internet; 95% of our official Twitter feed is motivational content (follow us!); but sometimes, you just need a massive mainline of motivational content through your optic nerve. This is the last post you’ll ever have to bookmark to get that boost. Below are 44 of my favorite... Continue reading →
  • The 10 Perfections

    Drew
    5 Jun 2015 | 6:31 am
    In Vipassana meditation, they teach you about the ten parami, or perfections. These are ten characteristics that all humans should strive towards in moral and ethical behavior. Sadly, few of us have truly cultivated all ten of these…but the Fierce Gentleman perfects them. Some of you may be thinking “There’s no such thing as perfect.”... Continue reading →
  • The Man Who Left a Six-Figure Sales Career To Teach Special Ed

    Drew
    29 May 2015 | 9:04 am
    Sorry about the headline. I had a really time hard coming up with one that didn’t sound like clickbait. But this article isn’t clickbait and there’s no hype in this story. As part of our ongoing Fierce Gentleman Profiles series, today we meet Mark T, father, weight lifter, and all-around “average” guy. Except there’s nothing “average” about... Continue reading →
 
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  • Episode 13: MyIgnition Shares His Journey & Creating a Career that Doesn’t Exist Yet

    Jake
    1 Jul 2015 | 7:45 am
    “Be authentic and put yourself out there.” Johnathan “MyIgnition” Haynes joins the show this week to talk his journey to living a life fueled by his passions and creating a career with something that didn’t exist when he started. “Create, experiment, and fail faster” resonate throughout this talk as surefire aways to reach success more quickly. Episode Resources: My-Ignition Website // Twitter // Instagram  //  Medium Subscribe to the show on iTunes Subscribe to the show on Stitcher The post Episode 13: MyIgnition Shares His Journey &…
  • Carpe Diem.

    Jake
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    Today is your day to impact the world in a positive way.   The post Carpe Diem. appeared first on Compete For The Best Life.
  • Episode 12: Mike Goncalves Shares His Wellness Bucket

    Jake
    24 Jun 2015 | 8:30 am
    Mike Goncalves of the Wellness Bucket sits down in a long overdue interview to talk about creating healthy lifestyles by focusing on small, easy to create habits for lasting, gigantic success. We talk about his journey into health & what keeps him focused on his work of changing lives. Episode Resources: The Wellness Bucket // Twitter // Facebook  //  Medium Subscribe to the show on iTunes Subscribe to the show on Stitcher Thank you! Thanks so much for joining me this week. Have some feedback to share? Shoot me an email to Jake@CompeteEveryDay.com or leave a comment below! If you…
  • You can.

    Jake
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
        Never sell yourself short. You are capable of incredible things. Believe this truth & act accordingly. The post You can. appeared first on Compete For The Best Life.
  • Episode 11: Steph Gaudreau, Stupid Easy Paleo

    Jake
    18 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    Steph Gaudreau of Stupid Easy Paleo shares insights into her journey to a full-time career teaching paleo nutrition, including her journey to a healthy lifestyle and how she maintains focus in the face of numerous setbacks on her road to success. Key Takeaways: How to handle adversity or disappointing setbacks in your career How to manage eating properly while traveling non-stop How a balanced lifestyle includes “cheating” Paleo – and it’s ok! Episode Resources: Stupid Easy Paleo Website // Twitter // Facebook  //  Pinterest   //  Instagram Subscribe to the…
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  • 5 Definite Reasons Why Most People Are Continuous Failures

    Nikola
    30 Jun 2015 | 9:11 am
    We’ve seen it all over again, and we always struggle with it, aiming for success. Our brains want something quick like a lottery. Something that doesn’t shed a sweat, but brings a LOT in no time. This concerns every goal we want to fulfill, and every achievement on the road. The reasons we will discuss why people are continuous failures can be applied in everything you fail, and we will see why it happens continuously. Image source 1. Wrong definition of success Looking at success dull, as big houses, yachts and money, is the first mistake done by ignorance. If we still see…
  • This Guy Explains What Matters MOST In Life! And No. It’s Not Money, Happiness, or Love [Video]

    Nikola
    29 Jun 2015 | 3:58 am
    When times get hard, we like to think. And not that we like that much, but we have nothing left but to consider answering a few questions: Am I doing the right things? If I do, why is it so hard? Am I going in the right direction? Should I act like this or not? After hearing this guy, everything is clear. It’s like we’ve known it all along, but nobody ever told it so precise. Video source: Prager University The post This Guy Explains What Matters MOST In Life! And No. It’s Not Money, Happiness, or Love [Video] appeared first on Simple Capacity.
  • What Is Your Mayan Spirit Animal?

    Nikola
    28 Jun 2015 | 9:46 am
    Knowing your spirit animal is vitally important to understanding Mayan Mysticism and Mayan Spirituality. Our spirit animals give us insight into our personalities, our needs, our desires, and our spirit paths. However, unlike a traditional astrological zodiac, our Mayan spirit animal represent our spirit guides and the traits they lend to us, rather than a deterministic statement about who we are. Date of birth remains important; however, as the Mayan calendar counts differently than the modern Gregorian calendar that we use in everyday life, and the Maya looked to their calendar for almost…
  • This Short Story Explains Life So Good That It Makes You Wonder If It’s That Simple

    Nikola
    27 Jun 2015 | 9:20 am
    A boat docked in a tiny Mexican village. An American tourist complimented the Mexican fisherman on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took him to catch them. “Not very long,” answered the Mexican. “But then, why didn’t you stay out longer and catch more?” asked the American. The Mexican explained that his small catch was sufficient to meet his needs and those of his family. The American asked, “But what do you do with the rest of your time?” “I sleep late, fish a little, play with my children, and take a siesta with my wife. In the…
  • Supreme Court Brings Down The Gavel: Gay Couples Nationwide Have a Right To Marry

    Nikola
    27 Jun 2015 | 4:34 am
    A deeply divided Supreme Court on Friday delivered a historic victory for gay rights, ruling 5 to 4 that the Constitution requires that gay marriage be allowed no matter where they live. The court’s action rewarded years of legal work by same-sex marriage advocates and marked the culmination of an unprecedented upheaval in public opinion and the nation’s jurisprudence. Marriages began Friday in states that had previously thwarted the efforts of same-sex couples to wed, while some states continued to resist what they said was a judicial order that changed the traditional definition of…
 
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  • Imagining Success Helps You Create It

    Polly Campbell
    1 Jul 2015 | 5:13 am
    When my daughter was about four-years-old she often played “restaurant.” She’d hand around homemade menus and then prepare our orders with wooden food and Tupperware containers in her model pink kitchen in the corner of the living room. I always ordered a salad with spaghetti or whatever the special was for the night. And, while she worked to prepare the meals,  she also talked to her pretend kitchen staff about how to make the recipes. She didn’t know anything about ingredients, so each time she had to imagine what went into spaghetti sauce, or how to bake a cookie, and…
  • How Guided Imagery Helps

    Polly Campbell
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:27 am
    Your imagination is pretty good at figuring out how to put together Lego houses, and mold mini-pretend pizzas from Play-Doh. But it can also help you manage a budget, come up with a creative compromise, and even help you manage pain and recover faster from surgery. And now more research shows that using your imagination may actually help you more than practice when it comes to successfully completing a task. Vanderbilt researchers found that it was visualization instead of practice that helped people respond faster and more efficiently when seeking a specific target. Study participants were…
  • A To-Do List for Life

    Polly Campbell
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:47 am
    A butterfly magnet holds the summer to-do list to the fridge. On the list my daughter has written in purple metallic ink: Go to Great Wolf Lodge, eat a  Voodoo Donut, play with friends. I’ve added in black: clean the garage, visit the Pittock Mansion. My husband wants to go to Crater Lake. There are a half-dozen other things on the list and more items are added each day. Sweet P wants to learn how to play Rockin’ Robin on the piano, I just want her to get through a practice without whining.  I want to stroll the Japanese gardens. Mr. J wants to get the pond out back working again. But…
  • How to Learn

    Polly Campbell
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    When I was growing up, family dinners were often interrupted by a mad search through the encyclopedia. During our discussion some question would invariably arise and my dad or one of us would get up from the table and come back with a World Book volume containing the answer. The practice fueled my curiosity and more than a few Trivia Crack victories. I’m still in the habit today. Something will come up during our dinnertime conversation and my with my daughter or husband will seek out the answer. But, this time, it doesn’t come from a book. It comes from Google. And that may not be the…
  • How to Make a Bad Day Better

    Polly Campbell
    17 Jun 2015 | 8:51 am
    Some days it can feel like life is piling it on. You spill coffee on your suit, forget that you were supposed to volunteer at the kids’ school, and then there is car trouble and traffic jams and you’re late for the meeting and wa, wa, waaa. One thing after another seems to bring new challenge. And the trouble is bound to continue unless you  shift the energy and disrupt the cycle of negativity with something a little better. Not saying it’s easy, but I AM saying it will make a difference in your day. Here are three quick ways you can do it: 1. Look for the goodness. It’s there too.
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    Emotionally Resilient Living

  • Your Journey to Resilient Living

    Marquita Herald
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:09 pm
    Life is such a fascinating and brilliant adventure … love and heartache, success and failure, sorrow and joy, fear and courage. One moment you think you’ve got it all figured out and life’s looking pretty darn good, and suddenly you’re blindsided by an unexpected detour. No sooner than you get a handle on things again […] The post Your Journey to Resilient Living appeared first on Emotionally Resilient Living.
  • Why It’s So Hard to Learn From Our Mistakes

    Marquita Herald
    22 Jun 2015 | 10:37 am
    Want to become more courageous, confident, creative and successful? Make more mistakes! There’s just one little problem, a disclaimer if you will, that is often glossed over in the sea of advice and rarely included in inspirational quotations praising the opportunities inherent with making mistakes … you must actually learn something from your misstep for […] The post Why It’s So Hard to Learn From Our Mistakes appeared first on Emotionally Resilient Living.
  • Why We Sometimes Struggle to Feel Gratitude

    Marquita Herald
    15 Jun 2015 | 4:05 pm
    While most of us are aware that gratitude is a “good thing” to feel, at times it can be challenging to muster the emotions let alone focus on precisely what we’re grateful for. This is especially so if we happen to be going through a rough patch, indulging ourselves in a little quality time on […] The post Why We Sometimes Struggle to Feel Gratitude appeared first on Emotionally Resilient Living.
  • Remove the Clutter to Find Peace of Mind

    Marquita Herald
    8 Jun 2015 | 10:14 am
    For most of us the word clutter immediately conjures up images of piles (or drawers) of stuff that needs to be sorted and put away. Annoying but harmless … or is it really? The nature of clutter is that it has a way of gradually building up over time which is why it’s so darn […] The post Remove the Clutter to Find Peace of Mind appeared first on Emotionally Resilient Living.
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    Donna Woolam

  • Happy News!

    Donna K Woolam
    28 Jun 2015 | 2:01 pm
    I’ve learned that Wednesday, July 1 will be my Independence Day. The cast will come off. The pins will come out. Please pray with me that I’ll be able to quickly return to my schedule of writing, speaking and posting. I haven’t been idle in my heart and mind. Many things will be showing up soon. Thank you, Lovelies, for your prayers and encouragement these past months. Live Inspired! Live At You Best! Donna The post Happy News! appeared first on Donna Woolam.
  • 30 and More

    Donna K Woolam
    5 Jun 2015 | 4:27 pm
    Hello Lovelies! I’m still living out here in cast world. I learned this week that I have another 30 days in this darling of a cast. I’ve attempted a few things, but it’s a bit tricky. For instance, this post is peck-peck-pecked on my tablet, one index finger letter at a time.  The lessons I’m learning are making me a better person, but like most youngsters, I’m ready for school to be out.  I’m thankful for you my faithful blog partners.  Live Inspired! Donna    The post 30 and More appeared first on Donna Woolam.
 
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    The Alchemist's Heart

  • Nourishing Your Spirit With Powerful Voices From The Sisterhood

    Christy Harvey
    24 Jun 2015 | 3:23 pm
    Oh Beauties! Do you know the experience of being filled up to overflowing with gratitude for gorgeousness in your life? Today I’m THIS grateful to be able to share alchemical sister writers with you.  May their writing nourish your spirit and inspire your days. First up is Stephanie Burg with The Secret Ingredient: “But here’s the thing–pleasure is what creates a life well-lived. It’s the difference between fully embracing your potential and productivity and feeling overwhelmed, stressed-out and under-nourished– mind, body and spirit. When we allow ourselves to trust…
  • Powerful Ways To Break Out Of A Limiting Mindset (Part 3)

    Christy Harvey
    16 Jun 2015 | 7:42 am
    It’s time to break out of a limiting mindset.  You are powerful in more ways than you know.  If you’ve been with me for a while, you know my tips for finding creative solutions and my 5 simple secrets to turn your weakness into strength. You’ve witnessed the positive changes that come with building on your successes, changing things to better your experience a little at a time.  I promise if you keep at it, the changes will add up and you will find freedom you never knew was possible. Want to know today’s juicy ideas to help break out of limiting mindsets into a…
  • Learn the Secrets of Luminous Listening for Beautiful Relationships Now

    Christy Harvey
    5 Jun 2015 | 11:27 am
    You are an amazing human being. You bring your heart forward to people you love, but perhaps you don’t always feel like you’re able to help them as much as you’d like. Luminous Listening is a powerful technique here to help as we explore the letter L in my A to Z Alchemy series. Imagine that someone you care about is talking to you.  They’re stressed and you want to help.  I’ll bet your attention is focused intently on them as you listen with all your might to what they’re saying.  You’re probably caught up in the surface content of what…
  • Brilliant Alchemical Voices To Inspire Your World

    Christy Harvey
    19 May 2015 | 5:40 pm
    In a world overflowing with noise, it is a great pleasure to be able to share alchemical voices that encourage a soul-felt YES! A  perfect message in light of the world’s pain is outstandingly shared by Parker J. Palmer at OnBeing.org in Heartbreak, Violence and Hope for New Life: “My heart is stretched every time I’m able to take in life’s little deaths without an anesthetic: a friendship gone sour, a mean-spirited critique of my work, failure at a task that was important to me. I can also exercise my heart by taking in life’s little joys: a small kindness from a…
  • Kaleidoscope of Kisses Guaranteed to Transform Your Life

    Christy Harvey
    15 May 2015 | 12:20 pm
    Consider yourself kissed!  Today is “K” in the alchemical alphabet. I am completely delighted to be celebrating “K” in our A to Z alchemy exploration by starting a new tradition of gift-giving  from The Art & Science of Creating Sacred Space. Kisses from your True Self are simple practices designed to inspire a deeper relationship with the wisest part of you. The best part is that each kiss is GUARANTEED to take 3 minutes or less – although you have total freedom to enjoy the goodness as long as you like! During class I send these out DAILY, and my…
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    The Dream Catcher

  • 5 Signs That Quitting Might be the Best Strategy

    SelineShenoy
    25 Jun 2015 | 8:57 pm
    “Winners never quit and quitters never win.” For most of my life, this has been my guiding mantra. Like a knight in a medieval battle, I charged ahead in all my endeavors while wearing my armor of determination and unbounded optimism. This attitude has certainly served me in many ways. It helped me accomplish great feats in specific areas of my life. I would not have got the healthy and fit body that I’ve always wanted or graduate from a challenging masters program or meet some of my biggest idols without being resilient. Yet this “never quit” philosophy was a real double-edged…
  • Frustrated by lack of opportunities? You need to read this.

    SelineShenoy
    18 Jun 2015 | 9:21 pm
    The year 2009 was a year of great awakening for the entire world. Like a hurricane, the global financial crises swept away jobs and businesses of millions of people. According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), at least 20 million jobs were lost by the end of 2009, and 170,000 small businesses were closed down in the US between 2008 and 2010. The sudden loss of security caused a great deal of trepidation. The people who lost their source of livelihood were desperately looking for ways to make ends meet. Those who were still employed lived in a perpetual state of anxiety and fear…
  • Why Learning is Crucial to Your Success

    SelineShenoy
    11 Jun 2015 | 11:18 pm
    “How DARE you and the rest of your barbarians set fire to my library? Play conqueror all you want, Mighty Caesar! Rape, murder, pillage thousands, even millions of human beings! But neither you nor any other barbarian has the right to destroy one human thought!”  – William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar Our quest for knowledge can be traced to the very beginning of civilization. There are many ancient relics that show this but one of the most notable ones is the Library of Alexandria. Founded at the beginning of the 3rd century BC, it was one of the earliest and most sophisticated…
  • How to Prevent Self-Consciousness from Slowing You Down

    SelineShenoy
    4 Jun 2015 | 9:06 pm
    “What will other people say?” All of us may have heard this statement, in our heads or from other people, at certain points in our lives. Humans, by nature, are social animals. Since the days of cavemen, we’ve depended on each other for survival. On an instinctive level, we know how important it is to get along with each other. Throughout history, there has been a large focus on communal living that was built on structures laid down by religious and political systems. There was little or no focus on the development of one’s individuality, except during certain eras such as Ancient…
  • How to be Grateful for Your Life without Getting Too Complacent

    SelineShenoy
    28 May 2015 | 9:16 pm
    Over the last couple of decades, gratitude has become a popular buzz word in the field of self-empowerment. Being grateful is now considered to be one of the most effective ways to create an abundant and joyful state of mind. By simply paying attention to our blessings, we can instantly get rid of unpleasant feelings of lack and dissatisfaction. According to the metaphysical law, the law of attraction, whatever we focus on expands. If we focus on all the abundance around us, we can attract more prosperity into our lives. On the other hand, if we focus on what’s wrong or missing in our…
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    In Wealth & Health

  • Prenatal DHA: It’s Just as Important as Your Prenatal Vitamin

    Jessa Nowak
    25 Jun 2015 | 11:46 pm
    This article provides the opportunity to win Nordic Natural’s Prenatal DHA! (Scroll to the bottom for details.) What Every Mom Needs to Know About DHA One of the most important reasons to take a multivitamin early in pregnancy is to ensure adequate intake of folic acid. In 1996, the FDA felt it was so important, that they stepped in and required most grains to be fortified with the vitamin (among others). Now, most breakfast cereals contain the full amount of folate needed in a single serving. (1) Not to undermine the importance of the prenatal vitamin (as it is…
  • How to Cook Chicken Breast Better Than The Rest: A Step By Step Image Tutorial

    Jessa Nowak
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:28 pm
    The Best Way to Cook Chicken Breast There is beauty in simplicity. A perfectly cooked chicken breast can top a good salad and make it great. It can stand alone on the plate, leaving you wanting more. Used as the base of another recipe, better chicken means a better dish. Cooking perfect chicken may seem easy but it’s deceivingly difficult…if you aren’t using the right method.  Chicken breast that is perfectly cooked has a beautiful brown crust, is seasoned perfectly, and has a juicy, tender middle. Can you say all that about your chicken? If not, you may wish to…
  • Creamy Cucumber Onion Salad

    Jessa Nowak
    14 Jun 2015 | 10:53 pm
    This cucumber onion salad brings back many memories of eating at Nana and Papa’s house. With a little alteration, Nana’s classic recipe now has 1/3 of the calories. Make a tradition in your house with this super simple, yet entirely satisfying salad. And you can enjoy it for just 150 calories.   Only having 4 main ingredients, this salad can be whipped up in no time at all. It’s great for weeknights that call for a quick meal, yet scrumptious enough to serve at a party. Thinly sliced cucumbers and white onions play the main roles in this re-done classic. The post Creamy…
  • Ditch the Sippy Cup & Bottle: 3 Real Health Reasons to Follow Through

    Jessa Nowak
    9 Jun 2015 | 10:34 pm
    I never thought twice about kids walking around with bottles, until I had my own. The unfortunate thing about this habit is that it can result in real health consequences. Teaching your baby to drink from an open cup early on will allow for an easy transition when she grows. Unbeknownst to many, due to the strong marketing influence from sippy cup companies, babies don’t need to go through cup “stages” to finally reach the ultimate open cup. Your 6 month old can master drinking from a small baby cup in a matter of days.  Begin as you mean to go. What…
  • Quinoa Tabbouleh

    Jessa Nowak
    5 Jun 2015 | 10:55 pm
    This vibrant main meal salad pairs perfectly with some hummus and cucumbers. Pour yourself a glass of wine and you’ve got the ideal meal for a hot summer night. Quinoa Tabbouleh Recipe I love tabbouleh, but I’m not a huge fan of couscous. Couscous doesn’t offer too much when it comes to nutrition. It’s basically a pasta. So why not amp up the nutritional value without sacrificing flavor or texture? Swapping couscous for quinoa provides more than double the fiber, more protein, significantly more iron, calcium, zinc, magnesium and potassium. It also possesses a…
 
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    Elle In Bloom

  • summer to-do list (to grow on)

    Elle Bloom
    26 Jun 2015 | 11:05 am
    I don't know about you, but I really want to savor the next couple of sunny months. Summer goes by way too quickly! Recently, I got to thinking about how badly I'm slacking on my personal goals. I'm guilty of getting caught up in everyday life, so much that my personal ambitions sort of fell to the wayside. The good news is this awakening inspired me to write a list of all the fun ways I can cultivate a meaningful, productive summer. I like that I can track my actions, scratching things off as I go! Included in this to do list...try a few DIY projects  write for 10 minutes a…
  • Currently 07

    Elle Bloom
    22 Jun 2015 | 9:18 am
    Rethinking: this blog. Sometimes I think it lacks direction. I want to refocus and get back to the heart of it, which is really about getting to know myself better. Planning: college visits. It's hard to believe that in a short time my son will be graduating! It's meaningful for so many reasons. I was a young 19 y.o. when I had my boy and raised him as a single parent for years (before getting married). Thankfully, I have a great support system and managed to stay strong and resourceful. Watching him grow into a blooming young man makes me smile from the inside out. Wearing: shift dresses,…
  • 10 Body Confidence Tips for Summer

    Elle Bloom
    10 Jun 2015 | 9:48 am
    With the days of summer quickly approaching, I thought it fitting to touch on a hot topic for women all over the world.Body confidence, or in some cases -- lackthereof! Everyone wants to know that they’re looking their best and their bodies are appreciated. However, based on this ever changing society and it's wacky standards of beauty, no matter what size you fall into, there's some level of body shaming going on.You're either too skinny or too fat -- you can't win, right?!Honestly speaking, I feel self conscious about my "mummy tummy" sometimes. I can also testify that (childbearing) hips…
  • OOTD: Coordinates

    Elle Bloom
    24 May 2015 | 10:08 am
    Do you want to know my absolute favorite summer look (outside of a maxi dress) for a holiday weekend? A cute and easy coordinate set! Blowing time trying to mix, match or figure out what goes with what...nobody has time for that! Maybe I should rephrase... Me, myself and I don't have the dang patience for it, haha.For that reason, I'm building up quite a collection of coordinates now. This matchy-matchy top and skirt set is perfect to celebrate the holiday festivities in, with just the right comfort to enjoy a nice relaxing day. The peppy red and white print is…
  • Instapiration 03

    Elle Bloom
    21 May 2015 | 9:07 am
    Simply CynWell, I "simply" can't say enough about Cyn - she nails her personal style every time! She's my go to for anything natural hair, fashion, food and travel related. I most enjoy her gorgeous vacation pics, as she manages to capture the beauty, essence and culture of every city she visits. Currently globe-trotting through Europe, you can see some amazing pics here.   Follow:Facebook // Instagram // Pinterest // Bloglovin’
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    Keeping it real - Boss Moves

  • Mastering Communication Play By Play

    Carlton Francis
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    Opportunities arise day in and day out, that effective communicators take advantage of. Welcome to a new week of greatness that lies ahead of us. Today we are going to be talking about the power of communication. Many times we strive to be really successful, however, we lack communication skill that withholds us from achieving it. Communication is a key foundation that all successful people must master and apply to getting anywhere you want in life. Here we are going to dive into three sectors of communication that we might encounter every day.Due to the status of being in our society, work…
  • Why Building An Empire Will Change Your Life

    Carlton Francis
    25 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Today I want to take the time to talk about building an Empire and yes I said empire! What is the empire you may ask well the empire is a group who are more than just your friends they are the people who are seen as family. I like to call them the crew. You meet people in different places or situations in life and begin forming relationships. Friends are a very basic level of people in your life, but can you really put your trust in them to have your interest as you hold your own? In life you need people who are more than just considered friends. You need people who can be family, who you can…
  • What The Experts Are Saying About Success

    Carlton Francis
    22 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Welcome! Today I want to challenge you to really think about grinding. Grinding is the ability to outwork everyone to accomplish goals or task that are set by yourself or others. How do I know if I am working towards my goals? Are the goals that I set going to get me what I want to accomplish? According to forbs.com, only 8 percent of people achieve their new year’s resolutions, something to keep in mind while reading this. Now if you associate with the 8 percent please tell use the secret to your success. But for us that lie in the 92 percentile, what is the reason? I was always told a…
  • Cheating and getting away with it: Personal Development

    Carlton Francis
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    In society, we have this illusion that being busy is the idea life. We overload our life with so many ventures that we forget the little things that fill our life with meaning. But restricted by timing we struggle and forget one of the main purposes in our everyday life. To get around this slump, we have to simply cheat the system and apply methods that actually work without taking away from your daily activities. By using some of the techniques that I have found work for me I hope they can also work for you lead into success.The first method is simply reading. I love reading and it really…
  • Personal Development The Right Way

    Carlton Francis
    15 Jun 2015 | 8:00 am
    Making a change begins with yourself but yet we might not know where to start. Imagine planning a vacation from your busy life. The weather is beautiful, the water is cold and it’s about that time to get out of town. But there is simply a huge problem; there is no formal plan to achieve the results for the much-anticipated vacation that you want. Now transitioning over to achieving anything that you want in life establishing core values that will actually be carried out will be highly beneficial for a higher sense of personal development. Now, what does core values have to do with…
 
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    The Real Genius

  • Perspective – What Relativity Says About How You Can Change Your World

    Caleb
    30 Jun 2015 | 10:36 am
    It’s your grandmother’s birthday in a few days. The last two years you completely forgot about getting her a present and had to pick up cake on the way; but grandma is allergic to cake. Her face gets all red and she swells up like a balloon – it’s not a pretty site. This year you want it to be different. You notice how often she talks about birds, so you decide to make her a beautiful birdhouse. Grandma really likes big birds, so to accommodate them you need to make a square box that is one foot long on all sides. You head off to the hardware store and purchase some…
  • Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts

    Caleb
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:30 am
    Symbiosis is when two often unrelated entities come together to form something greater. In biology this is demonstrated by the bacteria living in our gut that help us digest, hermit crabs using seashells as their home, and the joining of mitochondria into living cells. Symbiosis is one of the most powerful factors in natural development – it is what caused jumps in the evolutionary process leading to changes faster than any type of incremental mutation could offer. It can do this because it doesn’t actually require anything new to be created – it just re-purposes what already exists…
  • What Do You Care What Other People Think?

    Caleb
    22 Jun 2015 | 1:04 pm
    If you like comically narrated stories riddled with ground breaking life lessons, this is a book for you.   Richard Feynman, one of the most cherished physicists of the 20th century was more than just a brain – he had an extraordinary drive for adventure and an unparalleled ability to tell the stories of his life. When he wasn’t helping invent the atomic bomb or winning the Nobel Prize, Feynman was causing all sorts of mischief – anything from cracking safes for sport during the Manhattan Project to turning a topless bar into his office. His latest book, “What…
  • What it Really Means to Think Outside the Box

    Caleb
    18 Jun 2015 | 4:52 pm
    We’ve all heard the expression “Thinking outside the box” sometime in our lives. It’s something we’re told to strive for; as we hear stories about how people solved problems no one else could because they weren’t limiting their thinking to “The box”. But I doubt you have heard it by its other name, a word we are also familiar with – insanity. Let’s look at two examples so you can see what I mean. Jill is a doctor working in the ER. Every day, she treats all kinds of problems – anything from a broken finger to a serious allergic reaction. She usually goes by the book…
  • The Light we Cannot See – A New Perspective

    Caleb
    15 Jun 2015 | 3:17 pm
    As a child you probably saw the trick where you rub a balloon on your head that makes your hair stand up and the balloon stick to the wall. You probably never thought much about what caused that event, but what you have done is transferred some of the charged particles from your hair to the balloon, making what was once neutrally charged carry a net charge. This net charge creates a field of interaction spanning in all directions. Any charged particles like your hair are either attracted (if they have an opposite charge) or repelled (if they have the same charge). The net effect that we see…
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