This is a story about the power of community and how each one of us can make a difference. Before I begin, you need to know that I have a lot of cousins :) The Power of Community A couple of months ago, two of my cousins and I started sending each other messages online. Another one … [Read more...] about The Power of Community – How You Can Make a Difference
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Are you feeling frustrated, overwhelmed, and stuck in a gap between your perceived big effort and the size or speed of your results? We live in a world where instant gratification is glorified. And it often appears that other people achieve their results with a lot less effort than … [Read more...] about 6 Ways You Can Bridge the Gap Between Your Action and Results
How empowering are your patterns? Your patterns are powerful. They permeate every aspect of your life. For better or worse, your consistent patterns of thought, feeling and behavior accumulate and become your results. Success and failure leave clues about your patterns. If you've ever … [Read more...] about How Empowering are Your Patterns?
Selfies are Everywhere! It is time to un-selfie the holiday season. I went to a Christmas party on the weekend and if I heard the word “selfie” once, I heard it fifty times. This fascination with “taking pictures of oneself” can easily be linked to various unflattering character traits … [Read more...] about The Un-Selfie: How to take flattering photos of your loved ones this holiday season
Today marks three months since my awesome dog Brandy died. The passage of time struck me this morning as I prepared a box of her things ready to go to our storage locker. I had accumulated her toys and many accessories in this box and put it on a shelf in my office. When I took it down from the … [Read more...] about Lessons from an old dog