Transitions: Staying Present
Transitions tend to be a time when we are very emotional. Part of the problem, then, is that we’re not staying present if we’re stuck in our emotional roller coaster. I hesitate to use the phrase “staying present” because it is so overused and people tend to glaze over when they hear that.The 5 Quickest Ways NOT to Manifest
There’s so much information on manifesting out there today – about how to attract everything you want for your life. There’s lists and course galore about exactly what TO DO to manifest what you want. But what about what NOT to do? That can be just as, if not more, important than know exactly what you should do.What Happens When You Send Yourself A Gratitude Card?
No matter who you are, where you live, or what the current circumstances surrounding you are, gratitude will change your life. This article will give you a very specific activity you can do today that will bring dramatic improvements to your life.Accepting Ending Relationships: Six Steps to Move On
Last night Alice had another strange dream; it could, however, be almost categorized as a nightmare. A situation occurred involving an old friend of hers; Patty was in the hospital with a condition that was very grave. In the dream, Alice remembers Patty in the white bed, head raised a bit, dressed in dark clothing.Don’t Give Up Now!
Perception is everything. Therefore, the thoughts, attitudes and feelings that make up our perspective are crucial–and especially so when we are in despair! When you feel like giving up, it may be worth the extra work involved in examining your perspective! Here’s a picture to consider.What Are You Sacrificing?
Style versus comfort. Chic versus easy. Polished versus simple. Do you feel you have to choose one or the other? Well I have news for you. Not only should you NOT sacrifice what’s important to, it’s imperative that you DON’T.How Deep Are Your Roots?
In the tank there is 10 inches of water with 800 lbs. (Yes, that’s right 800 pounds!) of Epsom salt dissolved in it. When you lie back you float like a cork. The sensation, or lack of it I should say, is surprising and very unique; you lose track of where your body ends and the water begins. You float in total darkness, and noise from the outside does not reach you. The outside world is gone, and amazing things happen.Growing In Plain View
Ever get the feeling people are watching you? They are. Ever want to hide and even better disappear? Surely, we have all felt this way at one time or another. But perhaps the best thing we can do in those moments is who we are. It’s a risk! But honesty and humility are certain to result in personal growth. Moreover, it might be to your benefit!Are You In Deep Water?
Are you in a difficult place in life? Neither circumstances or relationships are going your way? Your distressed, sad and contemplate giving up? But something inside of you just won’t let you? Then it just may help to consider this perspective.Open The Door
Life is never easy. Life becomes so much more difficult trying to do it all by yourself. There is no shame in asking for help. Open up, and let it out, and you’d be surprised just how many people are there for you when you need them.When I Saw You Look At Me – A Poem For Self Abusers
How we perceived how our parents perceived us as children determines how we perceive ourselves as we grow and is the basis for all our future relationships. If we learned to falsely believe we were unworthy of love and acceptance, we repeat those cycles until those old issues are resolved. This poem is for all self abusers out there who are trying to heal their old faulty programming. You are enough–namaste.Good Management Means Good Coaching
Whether I’m watching my favorite sport – football, or my favorite sporting event, the Ryder Cup – I always pay as much attention to the coach as I do to the game. Why? Because there’s a strong correlation between coaching and managing. Great coaches have a good game plan – they’re able to play to individual team member strengths, they communicate effectively with their players, and they know a coachable moment when they see it.