Blindsided by Betrayal – Now What?
This article provides a personal viewpoint for overcoming betrayal. The goal is to share that it takes time but begins with self forgiveness.Oh Yea, Man – Know Thy Self!
Everybody wants to progress in life, to be successful, to be wealthy, to be happy, yet most people have no clue where to start or how to go about taking that essential step, that final leap of faith that changes the whole situation. How bad do you want to be successful? If you are truly determined to climb the ladder of success, you need to be driven by an intense and sincere passion. It all comes from within, so dig deep and you shall find what you seek.Getting a Good Start – This Is What You Need to Do!
How do you start your day? Do you wake up with a loud ringing of the alarm clock? Do you enthusiastically jump out of bed or must you drag yourself out of it? Today I’d like to give you some ideas on how to make a better start into your day.Don’t Forget to Dream
When our hopes and dreams become only wishful thinking, we do ourselves a disservice. Quit holding yourself back and start dreaming again. Sign up with a coach and watch your desires become clear, tangible, and real.Wisdom in Where to Start to Begin Living Your Dreams
Are you struggling to know your dreams? Wondering what your passions are? Feeling stuck in the whole process of living your destiny? Here’s a few key tips to get you started!6 Reasons Why We Interrupt Others
Although nearly everyone realizes that it is rude, impolite, inconsiderate, and generally counter – productive to interrupt someone else, most of us find it extremely challenging and difficult to avoid this urge or tendency. When we fail to let someone else complete his thought, idea, concept, or perspective, our actions are generally interpreted by that individual as being thoughtless, uncaring and insulting, even if that is not out intent. Think about it – how does it make you feel when you are the one that is being interrupted?Mentoring and Its Four Dimensions
Sometimes I am asked, what is the single most powerful tool that facilitates personal development? This is a tricky question because of course any answer must be contextual; one factor might be speed. How fast do you want the personal development to occur? If speed is the issue, then clearly you may choose a process that is not the most powerful, or transformative, but it gets a job done. But if we stick to our principles, and think what really does make the biggest impact, then I think that the process which really does deliver is also possibly the oldest; certainly it goes back to the dawn of time. I am referring to mentoring. Mentoring is powerful because it is virtually synonymous with parenting; indeed in its nature and its origin, mentoring is parenting. Mentor was the wise and experienced counsellor to whom Odysseus, in the Odyssey, entrusted his son Telemachus when he set off to fight in the Trojan War. Odysseus was gone twenty years before he returned to claim his throne and re-join his family.Causes and Effects
If you have trouble making friends then it means you have trouble being friendly because they are turned off by what you present as friendliness. Nobody takes time with you? Then you should know that you don’t take time with others. They don’t understand you? Check again; you don’t understand them. You don’t give grace to people who are different from you; consequently, they don’t give grace to you. What you are going to reap out of your children is what you plant into them. It is never too late to change your mind even if you are in the middle of the process. You might still reap some things that are residues of your bad mistakes in the past but if you start to change now, you start a new cycle in your life and in no time people will forget all you did before and redefine you. It is so serious that, you can do good things for 10 years but if you do one wrong thing, people forget all the good things you did and define you with the wrong. That is how inconsistent the human mind is.Why I LOVE Working With Thirty-Somethings and Beyond
Thirty is a big mile marker in life. At around age thirty, we look back and see where we’ve been, and we look at the future and determine where we want to be. Some of us are parents.Is Your Self-Care Directionally Challenged?
How well do you take K.A.R.E. of yourself? No, I am not talking about what food you are eating, how much exercise you are getting or those monthly massages. This type of exploring encircles so much more. It is the compass of your life, your vessel of transformation; Knowledge, Action, Results, and Emotion.Do You Have The Need To Be Needed?
I grew up in a dysfunctional family where love was something I had to prove worthy of by behaving according to what was expected of me. My parents would say something like “being a good student,” but then show that it was something else through their attitudes, actions, and reactions.Are You A Sculptor Of Your Reality? Prepare For A Change
Have you ever thought that creating a new reality is possible? How many times have people at work or in the street been nasty to you? How many times have your friends exploited your good heart and hurt you as well? Is your partner unhelpful or unsupportive? When you reach the limits of your patience do you ask: Why, oh why me?! “Oh, God, why did all this happen to me? I am the biggest victim ever on this planet.”