Story: Joe Fremont is at the forefront of the networking movement. Joe Fremont’s life story brings tears to those who hear him speak. While his demeanor is one of confidence, fulfillment, and abundance, his experiences would have crippled a weaker person. When he was ten years old he was sexually abused by an alcoholic . . . → Read More: Building Success Through Networking
Achieving Success Through Finding Life Balance:
Story: Judy Robertson grew up in a family dysfunction similar to mine. There was one exception. We lived in relative poverty while her family enjoyed abundance. The rest of our stories run parallel to each other. Both of our fathers wasted their lives away to drinking and . . . → Read More: Achieving Success Through Finding Life Balance
Learning: A Path To Success; Story: Dr. Sylvia Weintraub: Dr. Weintraub and I met about twenty five years ago at an out of state singles’ workshop. I was immediately impressed by her sharp wit and intelligence. Like many of us, she has come through some challenging life situations. Her coping mechansims are beyond reproach . . . → Read More: Learning: a Path to Success
Story: Elizabeth James: Elizabeth knows the secret of planning for success. She has been a friend of mine for over two decades. We met when I joined Federation of Music Teachers. Even though I had been teaching for more than twenty years, I still felt inadequate as a teacher. Enter Elizbeth. We met . . . → Read More: Planning for Success
The power of love
Story: I met Dirk when I joined his Church ten years ago. In his senior years, Dirk learned to live with the power of love. He was already suffering the effects of a stroke suffered in l997. Dirk was aphasic. He spoke with agonizing difficulty. A counselor by profession, he still . . . → Read More: Achieving Success Through the Power of Love
How tempting it is to play at the pity party until death takes us over. What a waste of time. Maybe it’s time to go from the pity party to dancing. At age seventy, it’s certainly time for me.
Thank you Marigene Da Rusha for “The Past Does Not Inform the Future.” What a . . . → Read More: From Pity Party to Dancing
During the eighties, guru John Bradshaw used to do reclaiming your inner child workshops. He inspired thousands to go to support group meetings carrying their stuffed animals.
Yes, I did that once or twice.
I was giving a piano lesson yesterday to a darling five year old child. Ronit’s mother was participating in the . . . → Read More: Reclaiming Your Inner Child
Where do we find hope, encouragement, and success? We all have stress in our lives. There are times when it seems insurmountable. Perhaps health issues come up. Maybe the computer doesn’t work and your livelihood depends on it. Both have touched my life recently. And I’m sure both have touched the lives of . . . → Read More: Finding Hope, Encouragement, and Success
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Story: Maya Angelou: Born on April fourth, 1928, in Saint Louis Missouri. At age three, she and her brother were put on a train, unsupervised, to live with their Grandmother, Annie in Stamps, Arkansas. At age seven, Angelou was brutally raped by a relative when she was visiting family members. The . . . → Read More: Finding Success and Your Passions
We all experience stress. It’s everywhere. All one has to do is open up the computer to invite stress into your life. Technology is wonderful but it can be a source of frustration. The secret to maintaining happiness is to learn how to handle disappointments, stress, and challenges. So how does one . . . → Read More: Stress to Success