April: April is the month of abundance, purpose, revelation, intent, and love.
A: Abundance. Who doesn’t want a life of plenty? Try not to think of abundance only in terms of money. There can also be an abundance of love, safety, acceptance, peace, and security.
P; Purpose: Learn to identify and grow your sense . . . → Read More: April: A Month of Abundance:
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
Three Success Secrets:
Three Success secrets; Perseverance, perspiration, and purpose.
Success secrets number One: Perseverance: Anything worth achieving involves perseverance, or the ability to stick with a goal through frustration, challenges, and obstacles. Think of the work of Orville and Wilbur Wright who worked through the process of building that first airplane. Where would the world . . . → Read More: Three Success Secrets
Respect is key to a successful life. I happen to be a part of Respect Institute. Joel Slack is the founder of Respect Institute. All respect speakers have the option of signing up to speak at various local hospitals about beating the stigma of mental illness. Respect refers to a much broader spectrum of . . . → Read More: Resolution Number Four: Treat Myself and Others With Respect
The first and third Fridays of each month are two of my favorite purpose filled days. That is when Wise Women Connect meets at Favrotto’s in Chesterfield, Mo.. We are small in number but mighty in purpose. Four members are invited to speak at each meeting. I’ve always been impressed by the strength of purpose . . . → Read More: Building Success By Living a Life of Purpose
The late comedian Rodney Dangerfield always complained that he never got any respect. So what does the word “respect” mean?
I have had the privilege over the last ten months to be a regular speaker for Respect Institute, which was founded for the express purpose of slaying the dragons of mental illness. Last Friday, . . . → Read More: What Does the Word Respect Mean?
Story: The Pig and the Panther: How the Panther saw his purpose.
The pig set about one morning to search for food. As he ventured forth, the panther began to follow him. Intending at first to eat him, he continued to stalk. Then he noticed what the pig was doing. He saw the . . . → Read More: Building a Life of Purpose