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Forgiveness Is A Gift You Give Yourself

Forgiveness Is A Gift You Give Yourself

So many people today yearn for happiness, joy, and love — seemingly, to no avail. We live in a world with so many choices, and resources, and freedoms, and so much technology, yet so many of us seem to live lives that are filled with MORE stress and LESS enjoyment than ever in history. Why […]

Are You Helping Your Kids With Their Homework?

Are You Helping Your Kids With Their Homework?

It’s said that too much of a good thing is a bad thing, and that undoubtedly applies to homework. While a few after-school assignments can reinforce lessons taught in class, research has shown that middle and high school kids are regularly given unhealthy amounts of homework. As such, they experience increased levels of stress, have a hard […]

Moving From ‘Solo-Decisions’ To ‘Joint – Decisions’

Moving From ‘Solo-Decisions’ To ‘Joint – Decisions’

Once two people enter into a relationship, the number of decisions they should make on their own decreases significantly because their respective decision circles overlap. This is not necessarily because all of these decisions must be made together, but rather because nearly every decision you make individually in a relationship has an impact on the […]

How To Keep The Spark Alive

How To Keep The Spark Alive

“Long distance never works.” “The seven-year itch is real.” “Children always kill romance.” “You can’t have love and a successful career. You have to choose.” Chances are you’ve heard at least one of these statements, or a variation on the theme. One of the most common myths about long-term relationships is that passion is only for the […]

Develop The Relationship You Deserve

Develop The Relationship You Deserve

What does your ideal relationship look like? What are your needs? What values would your ideal relationship embrace? When you start thinking about what makes a healthy relationship, don’t focus on what the other person would or should do or be like right away — focus on what the relationship itself, the interplay between the two […]

Let’s Get It Straight This Year

Let’s Get It Straight This Year

STEP 1: SET THE STAGE Select a challenge you care deeply about. Perhaps you’ve suffered a setback, or you have an indistinct sense of an intriguing opportunity. How do you know it’s a problem ripe for a breakthrough, given the right unlocking question? It’s probably a good candidate if it “makes your heart beat fast,” […]

How To Involve Your Kids In Your Business

How To Involve Your Kids In Your Business

As an entrepreneur, one of the best things you can do is introduce your kids to your business. Getting your children involved in your business will have benefits beyond giving you something to share or simply allowing you to see more of each other. It can help them develop an entrepreneurial mindset like yours, which […]

Ultimate Guide to Your Best Year Ever

Ultimate Guide to Your Best Year Ever

Transforming into the person you want to be in 2019 is not difficult so long as you have the dedication, focus and correct tools at your disposal, Robbins says. But you should always remember to set your sights on something within reason. “Most people overestimate what they’re going to do in a year, and they […]

Extrovert, Introvert, Ambivert

Extrovert, Introvert, Ambivert

You like to go out, but you’re not one to party so hard you close down the bar. At work, you share ideas in meetings and also feel for those who stay quiet. You don’t identify with your best friend who can chat with anyone for hours, but spending an entire weekend alone would make […]

The Dynamics Of Love And Food

The Dynamics Of Love And Food

It started on my honeymoon, the slow gain of “happy fat” that so many other people in relationships put on. By day two of our 14-day cruise of the Greek islands, the new white pants I brought for dinners out were pinching around the waist. I wasn’t too upset, except at the waste of money. Things […]