There’s an old saying: Silence is golden. Why is it such an important part of life? How many hours of each day are we subject to sound? I would challenge readers to keep a three day sound inventory. How often do we hear the rumble of airplanes? How often do we hear automobiles zooming down the . . . → Read More: Why Should Silence be a Daily Routine?
Meditation is my key word this year. Every January, I start the new year with a set of resolutions. Number one resolution is to incorporate meditation into my daily routine. Meditation does not necessarily involve sitting cross-legged in the same position for a set time daily. I have a routine based on the work . . . → Read More: Success and Meditation:Meditation:
Twenty seventeen can be a year of a new beginning. It’s your choice. How do you want to shape the new year? Do you want to keep the same insecurities or do you want to build new opportunities? Do you want to keep the same challenges or do you want to shape new . . . → Read More: A New Year: A New Beginning
The Gift of Parenting Success
To be in your children’s memories tomorrow, You have to be in their lives today.” ― Barbara Johnson
Story: Doctor Joyce Brothers came from a family in which dinner time conversation involved preparing she and her siblings for the realities of everyday life. Her father used to play a game . . . → Read More: The Gift of Parenting Success
Gift The Gift of financial success
Give yourself the gift of financial success.
If you wait to see how much money you have left at the end of the month to put toward savings, the answer may be zero. So, set up an automated monthly transfer from your checking to savings account. . . . → Read More: The Gift of financial success
Stretch To Success:
Sometimes it’s necessary to stretch our limits to achieve success. I call it stretch to success.
Do you find yourself setting new goals and adding new responsibilities? Do you question whether you can add one more activity, one more appointment, and one more task? More tasks means more work, more accountability, and more challenges . . . → Read More: Why Should I Stretch To Success?
Thanks to all those who have enabled me to give to the community. Thanks to Nami for having me come in to speak. Thanks to Cathy Marterella for allowing me to speak at the Optimist club in Sunset Hills. Thanks to Brenda Fraser for setting up a speaking engagement at Saint Charles Community College and . . . → Read More: Why Have a Giving Spirit?
What would life be like without our friends? How can we build successful friendships?
What function do friendships serve? How do they provide comfort and solace? What characteristics does a true friend have? Life is so much easier when we build a network of rewarding friendships. Let’s take a look at ways to build that . . . → Read More: Building Fulfilling Friendships
We are almost one week past the election. Political civility has gone down the tubes during the last two years. Just about every ethnic group has experienced anxiety. Latino children are afraid that their families will be ripped apart. Muslim women are afraid to wear their hijabs in public. And blacks fear increased racial . . . → Read More: Why We Need to Practice Political Civility
Flexible to Be Successful:
My mindset embraces a few fluid concepts:
To be successful one needs to be flexible. A rigid belief system fosters a static existence.
When I bend to the influx of new ideas, I create success in every area of my life.
When I allow myself growth in my belief systems, in . . . → Read More: Why We Need to Be Flexible to Be Successful