Is the Inner You Different From the Outer You?
It would seem that we all have dual personalities. We have the person we show the world on a day-to-day basis and the person we are behind closed doors, when we’re alone, in the bedroom, intoxicated, or in any other event where we feel safe and/or significantly lower our inhibitions. This week the subject of alter egos came up at a dinner table conversation and invoked an internal dialogue, ‘Do I have an alter ego?You’re Divorced – Now What?
Often times people can feel “lost” after a divorce. Regardless of who did what to who, it is important to move on.The Importance of Gratitude in Your Life
Are you looking for change in your life? Do you have goals that you are striving to achieve? Have you considered being grateful for your life… this is very important to consistently achieve your goals…Two Quick Easy Ways to Increase Your Luck + A Fun Decision-Making Tip for When You’re Feeling Stuck
In my family, Friday the 13th is considered a particularly lucky day – especially by my sweet grandma since two out of three of her children were born on Friday the 13th, and the third was born on the 31st! While I’m not a big believer in “coincidence” and I’m also not someone who tends to chock things up to “luck”…What Can We Learn From the Olympic Games?
Sport is a useful metaphor for life. Effort and reward, compromise, disappointment, co-operation and competition all feature in everyday life. Let’s look some of the things we we can learn from the Olympic Games.Milestones: Wisdom and Reflections
As we go through life, each person creates their own wisdom. This learning and personal wisdom is important only as we use it to enrich our every day life.A Second Chance: If You Could Do It All Again, What Would You Change, If Anything?
Here’s a soul-stirring question for your consideration: If you were given the opportunity to live your life over, knowing what you know now, what would you do differently the second time around? Or are you satisfied with a job well done? Let’s see…Overcome Negativity – Turn Negatives Into Positives
Negative thoughts make us feel down and gloomy. We all know that negativity will destroy us, but we still do it- we think negative, and we behave negatively. To a certain extent, we all worsen our situations just by taking things to another level in our minds.Living in The Present – A Lesson in Letting Go
There is an ancient story I really like about two Buddhist monks who are walking along a river in silence. They have a vow of chastity and can never speak to, or even touch a woman.Daily Rituals to Stay Motivated for Your Mind, Body and Soul
“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives,” says Pulitzer-winning writer and painter Annie Dillard. I couldn’t agree more with Annie. How we spend 24 hours does define our lives.What Is Self-Confidence and 5 Ways That You Can Build It
How can you improve your self-confidence. Here are 5 ways that might just help, try smiling, get your posture right, be grateful, have a smart appearance and don’t be afraid to speak.Breaking Through Your Ceiling!
Faith – You have to be willing to take a step of faith. Sometimes you aren’t comfortable with the very thing you know can chip away at your ceiling. Often we see what we need to do but we’re fearful of the task or, more likely, fearful of failing in the task. Believe in yourself and step out of your comfort zone. If the fireman never steps up that ladder or crashes through your window, you won’t be saved.