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The Secret To Living Is Giving

The Secret To Living Is Giving

To truly feed your spirit, remember this: The secret to living is giving. No matter how busy or broke you may be, you have something to offer others. So many people miss the opportunity to know that their life makes a difference – but it does. Your life matters – and if you align yourself […]

Cultivating Positive Emotions

Cultivating Positive Emotions

Think of your mind, your emotions and your spirit as the ultimate garden. The way to ensure a bountiful, nourishing harvest is to plant seeds like love, warmth and appreciation — instead of seeds of disappointment, anger and fear. Here are 10 emotional seeds to plant in your garden now. Use them to bring fulfillment […]

When Was The Last Time You Celebrated?

When Was The Last Time You Celebrated?

    “As a child, life was more carefree. You had less inhibitions, were more daring and took more risks — you had nothing to lose. As an adult, you have everything to lose, or so you think.” When was the last time you celebrated like crazy? How about this: when was the last time […]

Being Successful Is a Personal Choice

Being Successful Is a Personal Choice

Success is not a stereotype. Success is not an automobile. It’s not a house. It’s not a plan. It’s not money in the bank. That’s not success. Success is the continual unfolding of the design of our life and pulling it off. That’s what success is. Being successful in whatever you want to do that makes […]

Why Your Attitude Is Everything

Why Your Attitude Is Everything

  One of the most important steps you can take toward achieving your greatest potential in life is to learn to monitor your attitude and its impact on your work performance, relationships and everyone around you.18 I generally start my workshops and seminars by asking a fundamental question: What attitude did you bring into this […]

Ways To Project Confidence — Even When You’re Not Feeling It

Ways To Project Confidence — Even When You’re Not Feeling It

It happens to the best of us: We work long hours on a project and feel confident about our ideas — until the day of the presentation, when we turn into a turtle who doesn’t want to come out of her shell. Whether nerves and anxiety are to blame or you’re just having an off day, the […]

5 Career Lessons For The Marathon Known As Life

5 Career Lessons For The Marathon Known As Life

According to a Gallup survey, the average retirement age among retirees is 62.  This means the average American works approximately 30 to 40 years before retiring.  Just stop and think about that for a moment—30 to 40 years (and in some cases, even longer!).  In our fast-paced, on-the-go society, it can be difficult to fathom […]

5 Things Leaders Must Do to Stay on Top

5 Things Leaders Must Do to Stay on Top

Regardless of the company size, a successful leader has a certain skillset to make her stand apart from others. I’ve had the opportunity to work at a Fortune 50 company and a 3-year-old startup, and I’ve found that success at each one is driven by the same factors. These traits have led to my success, whether […]

The Subtle Art Of Reaching Your Potential

The Subtle Art Of Reaching Your Potential

  If you’re trying to reach your potential, when should you double down on your strengths and when should you mitigate weaknesses? One view is that “if you work on your weaknesses you’ll end up with a lot of mediocre weaknesses.” This is terrible policy. You can do fine in life if you are really […]