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“The human race has only one really effective weapon and that is laughter.”
‒‒ Mark Twain
In the course of a t‒ball season, there will be more funny things that happen during your games and practices than in any other baseball league and most other sports leagues you will ever be in. ... Views:155
A while ago I attended a workshop/retreat entitled "Let's Manifest" given by Krysta Gibson, an amazing coach/mentor. The information and exercises she guided us through were by far the most effective I've experienced of all the manifesting workshops and seminars I've experienced.
What made it ... Views:284
When a politician has the desire to get into a certain position, they can end up looking towards different celebrities. And while some of these might be known by people who fall into a certain age group, for instance, there can be others who will be known by people of all ages.
Therefore, it ... Views:334
4 FASCINATING WOMEN OF COLOR
Thanks to my very colorful "google", international editorial wars about my biography on "wikipedia", and the constant overall fascination over me for decades, I decided to include a brief but nevertheless interesting paragraph about myself along with three ... Views:478
The holidays are coming up and there will be even more opportunities to volunteer. We all know that volunteering is a way to help others and pay it forward; however it’s a way to help yourself too. Think about it….
Volunteering is a low fear-inducing way to reduce social anxiety and ... Views:597
Segregating the genders in schools is nothing new. We've been doing this for centuries from the primary grades on. In the United States, this policy is largely limited to private schools, however, there are a few public and charter schools that do have separate classrooms for males and females. ... Views:715
Don’t Parent – Mentor!
Parents have the most important job in the world – raising the next generation – without so much as a “how-to” manual or guidebook. No wonder today’s parents are scrambling to figure out how to do this all-consuming, unpredictable job in a rapidly-changing society. Are ... Views:1
Don’t Parent – Mentor!
Parents have the most important job in the world – raising the next generation – without so much as a “how-to” manual or guidebook. No wonder today’s parents are scrambling to figure out how to do this all-consuming, unpredictable job in a rapidly-changing society. Are ... Views:526
Don’t Parent – Mentor!
Parents have the most important job in the world – raising the next generation – without so much as a “how-to” manual or guidebook. No wonder today’s parents are scrambling to figure out how to do this all-consuming, unpredictable job in a rapidly-changing society. Are ... Views:511
Don’t Parent – Mentor!
Parents have the most important job in the world – raising the next generation – without so much as a “how-to” manual or guidebook. No wonder today’s parents are scrambling to figure out how to do this all-consuming, unpredictable job in a rapidly-changing society. Are ... Views:540
Excellent Tips To Help You Get The Game Of Football
Who doesn't love the game of football? From watching on TV to playing on your home field, there is nothing like the feeling of success when your team wins. This article will give you some tips and tricks which will make your own game more ... Views:578
Honestly we can't make a person or ourselves do anything unless we want it. When we suggest helpful things to others, or even to ourselves, it is often heard as criticism. OMG, all that anxiety and worry about what I did that day or will do tomorrow, is rooted in self-criticism, negativity, ... Views:578
If the people one spent their time with had no effect on their life it wouldn’t matter who they had around them. But as human beings are interdependent and are therefore constantly being affected by the people around them, one has to choose their company wisely.
When one walks into a room ... Views:821
I grew up in the 1980's and was a teenager in the 1990's. Most of the kids of my generation were exposed to virile and resourceful representations of men. Take American mainstream media; we had movies like Terminator, where a fit male character did everything he could to protect those he loved, ... Views:714
As they say, the ultimate proof of a leader’s effectiveness is the success of his company or organization. If you take a closer look at some of the most successful companies around, you will realize that they all have a Level 5 leader. This kind of leader is someone who does not allow his ego to ... Views:713
Many women encounter this problem but never share it with anybody. It feels strange and stupid to complain about being successful or managing a great company. But this is not something that you should be ashamed of. We know a lot of good reasons why you feel this way. And yes, feelings are not ... Views:678
Last week was amazing. I spent 4 mesmerizing days in Amsterdam. Yes, I am talking about the beauty of the city with its history and architecture, with timeless canals and cobbled ‘straats’, with wild trams that stop for no one and even wilder bikers who own the roads and the sidewalks.
But I ... Views:937
Is there something you are afraid of?
Is there something you are afraid to face?
Dale Spencer had to face his fears, in order to recreate his life. Dale was leading the life of an average college student when at the age of 20 an unforeseen injury changed his life forever. Left paralyzed, ... Views:704
Although it may be the holiday season, as far as presents go that doesn't mean a whole lot to Millennials. Like so many other issues, they have their own ideas about gift giving. Apparently what they want is cash, mostly to pay down college costs and other debt.
So much for the negative ... Views:767
I recently traveled through Costa Rica, a small Central American country where peace of mind is a natural commodity. Visiting felt like a breath of fresh air with the slow pace of living and ecological mindfulness. The country has no need for a military presence and family life is a top ... Views:703
Last week I had the privilege of again hosting two students from the Akilah Institute for Women in Rwanda. Akilah is an organization about which I am deeply passionate. It is a college for young women in East Africa that “offers a unique model of market-relevant education empowering graduates ... Views:604
From the moment one is born, one is exposed to different people. And at the beginning of their life, these people are typically caregivers. So in the majority of cases, ones first role models are their parents. This can then go on to include siblings, other family members and family friends.
It is part of human nature to look to others for guidance in how to behave and what is right or wrong for instance. And this is not good or bad; it is just how things are. What can turn it into something dysfunctional and unhealthy is when someone copy’s behaviours and ways of being that are ... Views:2430
The same thing that makes a diamond sparkle makes you sparkle, too: individuality!
Everyone leaves their unique mark on the world. Your actions have an impact on the future of your family and friends; they’ll carry the memory of you as part of their life. How do you want to be ... Views:1128
Where you came from does not mean that you are destined to be in a certain situation, place, or doing a certain thing. Where you are going depends on you; and the amount of determination and work that you are willing to put forth to get you where you want to be.
Some people forget where they ... Views:908
If you truly want love then you have to consider how you approach love. Make your relationship last with these 10 loving tips.
1. Find a way never to criticize – even the type that is believed to be constructive. Instead think of ways to help and support and just do it. Always have the ... Views:929
I received the following message from a subscriber to my radio show a while back. It was, in fact, such a great question, I included it as part of this article . . .
It went like this:
“Hi, Michael -
I listened in to [your show] yesterday which had me totally intrigued – enough to go ... Views:937
As a parent, you are in the greatest position to bestow blessings upon your child. Many will just wish for a healthy baby while some are more ambitious: the child must get to a good university and make millions.
Whatever your wish for your child and there ... Views:1444
As a professional woman in the workforce, do not underestimate the importance of having a good mentor. This individual can help you uncover the possibilities that exist within you to get to the next level within your career. A mentor “walks the talk” and is someone you aspire to become. They ... Views:951
The true essence of love – when we want something as good or better than we wish for ourselves.
TWO PEAS IN A POD
Two brothers were orphaned when they were youngsters. They were farmers and worked together on their family farm. Years later the elder brother married and had a family with two ... Views:2678
Bob Proctor is an icon in the Self Improvement industry. For 40 years, Bob Proctor has focused his entire agenda around helping people create lush lives of prosperity, rewarding relationships and spiritual awareness. After rising to the position of Vice President of Sales at Nightingale-Conant, ... Views:3084
It can take many years to become an elite-level athlete; many years of absolute dedication, total commitment, and personal sacrifice. It’s often a solitary occupation and is generally a thankless task: there’s little financial help or encouragement unless you’ve already made it to the top, so ... Views:1224
Marci Shimoff is a #1 New York Times best-selling author and world-renowned transformational teacher. Her books include the international bestsellers Love for No Reason and Happy for No Reason. She is also the woman’s face of the biggest self-help book phenomenon in history, as co-author of the ... Views:2676
By Michele Risa
Founder, Beyond Body Mind Spirit
There is much to be said for a life of abundance, financial security, and the freedom to do anything and go anywhere. Seems like the dream come true, yes? Just about anyone would immediately nod their head in ... Views:1228
Many people are familiar with the energy drink, Red Bull. Red Bull is the most popular energy drink in the world, with 3 billion cans sold each year. What many people don’t know is that Red Bull was created in 1987 by an Austrian Entrepreneur, Dietrich Mateschitz, whom discovered it in Thailand. ... Views:3055
OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network will broadcast the world television premiere of the feature film “The Shift” starring Wayne Dyer, one of the most influential spiritual leaders of today, in a special installment of “Super Soul Sunday” airing April 1st at 11am ET/10am CT.
*** SPECIAL EXCLUSIVE ... Views:2528
To understand the distinctions, consider three different female prime ministers:Gro Harlem Brundtland was prime minister in a parliamentary democracy. In the Norwegian government, the prime minister acts as both the executive and legislative head of the government. He or she holds the most ... Views:1163
Santana is a famous rock band of 1960s.It is guitarist based rock band. It was originated at the end of 1960, from their onwards it led the rock world with storm performances. It grabbed the world limelight with the song of soul sacrifice which was performed at the Woodstock festival in 1966. ... Views:1656
That is a phrase that I heard at a recent course that I attended on marketing on the internet.
The implication is that it is better to get your first version of a not-quite-ready ad or even a new product out there and see how it goes over, than to have nothing out there at all. And thus no ... Views:1065
Have you ever noticed we are exactly the same but different?
Biologically we have exactly the same molecular structure, though emotionally we are all very different. The vast majority of us are born with one heart, two lungs and a brain along with the opportunity to breathe and live each day, ... Views:1095
No matter who you are, you do need a friend. There is lot of people around the world, who don’t have a good friend, as he/her can trust 100% on.
You see young people around on the streets that look for friends at the wrong places. They try desperate to find someone who will just be together ... Views:3940
Obtaining and measuring happiness is something that the UK government has been actively researching for a while now. It's rather curious that at this stage of our advancement, the notion of understanding and incorporating something so fundamental as happiness sounds as challenging as sending ... Views:1298
When you are working alone as a solopreneur it's your job to keep yourself feeling upbeat and positive. Having your own business is no easy feat. It's going to bring up all your issues. Why? It's because your business is a reflection of you. And at times, things happen that will affect your mood ... Views:1096
If you are a supervisor, there are parts of your job that you love. You may like the responsibility, or perhaps you enjoy bringing out the strengths in your employees. Unfortunately, there is likely one area of your job you dislike: employee paperwork.
With supervision of employees brings ... Views:1834
That is right! At the world famous institution of higher learning in Cambridge, Massachusetts, way back in 1910, the then president of Harvard, Dr. Charles W. Eliot, put together a list of all the most important books of knowledge and wisdom, and asserted that if a person were to read these ... Views:2468
I recently watched a video on YouTube and realized it was a perfect way to illustrate a resource I’ve been wanting to share with my readers. The video features two self-made multimillionaires asking self-help guru and motivational speaker Tony Robbins why some people follow through while others ... Views:1137
Is civilization a curse or blessing? Trends, fads, new things and new ways come and go. Some of these actually leave indelible marks on the society, which are either damaging or perfecting. What happened to the good values of the past that were built on good intentions and sweat of founding ... Views:1847
I have been reading Sidney Poitier’s book, The Measure of a Man: A Spiritual Memoir (HarperCollins, 2000). It was my admiration for Sidney Poitier as an actor and a man that made me take a second look at the book in the store. It was that subtitle, A Spiritual Memoir, that made me buy it.
I ... Views:1564
Spiritual parenting is about the intention to love, support and guide our child or children to what is best for them on all levels - body, mind, emotion and spirit. We divinely create these beautiful beings with Goddess's grace, birthing them into the world.
We cannot hold onto our children ... Views:1112
I believe that it's very healthy to listen to interesting conversations on the radio. On the one side it might be somebody with a totally different point of view to your own or it could be another person reinforcing your own views. From time to time it will be a topic that is close to your own ... Views:1130