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Tempering Temper


I'm almost always a calm and collected person. Or at least I think I am.

Identify Your Two Rich Horses


The naked truth of person is that we are still slaves to our mind; means we are still a "bounded slaves" to our mind. The use of mind in constructive way or in some stepping-stone turning way is still not being revealed by human being.

Guilt By Association & Wealth By It Too!


"Tell me what company thou keepst, and I'll tell thee what thou art." - Miguel de Cervantes (1547 - 1616) Spanish novelist.

Good, Good, Good, Good Intentions


I always do a lot of thinking about good intentions in December.It's not because I'm inspired by the holidays.

Greasing the Path to Success: Finding the Confidence to Step Up to Key Moments


Whether it's making a prospecting call to a promising business contact, giving an informal "elevator speech" to a networking group, or attempting to close a transaction, there are certain key moments when putting your best-dressed foot forward really matters. Some of life's fortunate people seem to be naturally at their best finding confidence under pressure.

7 Effective Ways To Boost Your Self Esteem


1. Get a life purpose statement.

Difficult Challenges? -- What If?


Sometimes life can seem like one long series of unsolvable problems. I know there have been times when I would much rather find something else to do and quit whatever I was doing simply because it was too much trouble to continue.

How Empathy Can Reduce Your Anger


Jim, a 42-year old engineer was teaching his eight-year-old son how to fly a radio-controlled airplane. As the airplane was taking off, Jim instructed his son to push the control stick on the radio to the right.

Happiness and Work: Your Life Depends On It.


Early one morning, Robert awoke, made his wife of 41 years some banana bread, took out the garbage and called to cancel a doctors appointment scheduled for the next day. He wrote a note to remind his wife to pick up the dry cleaning.

An Easy Way to End The Year


As a healthy business owner or independent professional, how do you end your year? Well, I tell my clients to stop working. That's right, stop working.

Home For The Holidays


In my husband's family, family members send Christmas cards to other family members (parents to children, brothers and sisters to one another, etc.) even though the family always spends time together at Christmas for a meal and gift exchange.

A Quick Checklist for Improving Your Life


1. Learn About YouIf you don't know who you are and why you think and act the way you do, it's gonna be really difficult to make any positive changes in your life.

Time Travel


Let me quote something you wrote. "When you reach the boundary between like and love, you know you are entering a different country.

Your Mindset Determines Your Success in Life


To keep at the top of your game you have to keep a clear head. You can't afford to fill up on news and negativity.

Bringing Forgiveness Down To Earth


What does it mean to forgive?One of the first things we typically think when we hear the word "forgive" is that it is a spiritual concept that is mostly out of reach for us mortal human beings. The bible talks about it, pastors implore us to forgive, we might believe that it is something that we "should" do but for the most part, most of us find it very difficult, if not impossible, to accomplish.

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