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Its Story Time! - Find the Power Within, or The Truth About Dogs


I heard a story recently, and wanted to share it with you. It goes something like this:Once upon a time.

Who Are You Mixing It With?


I talk and write a lot about Life Design - creating and sculpting a life that is fulfilling for you. It is about shaping your personal landscape and environment.

Top Ten Things to Build a Bridge and Get Over


God must love Top Ten lists because she made so many of them. They crowd my Inbox daily.

Success at Work : People Skills : Complaining


Do you know an individual at work who is a chronic complainer? Are YOU a chronic complainer? People don't like complainers. Listening to a chronic complainer gets people depressed.

Are You Invisible?


Ellen was brought up to be invisible. She was taught to be very tuned into others' feelings and needs, but to never have any of her own.

Are You Addicted to Anger?


Michael was raised in a home where anger was used to control. His parents used their anger to attempt to control each other as well as their children.

The Difference Between Approval and Appreciation


Having worked with individuals, couples, families and business partners for 35 years, helping them learn to resolve conflict, I have often been faced with the difficulties that occur when people are confused about the difference between approval with appreciation. Have you ever wondered about the difference between approval and appreciation? Most of us have never actually thought about it, yet if we do think about it, we realize that we feel very differently when we receive approval as opposed to receiving appreciation.

Personal Power


All of us would love to have personal power - the power to manifest our dreams, the power to remain calm and loving in the face of fear, the power to stay centered in ourselves in the face of attack.Our society often confuses personal power - "power within" - with "power over," which is about controlling others.

You Have The Right


The other day I was having a interesting conversation with an acquaintance, but it soon turned out to be surprising and unpleasant. The other person blurted out an unwelcome comment, in a tactful manner by pin pointing a personal issue within the conversation.

The Adventure Attitude


Of the 60,000 people who lived to be over 100 in the United States in 2002, the single most important characteristic they had in common was their ability to be positive in the face of change. They were able to look at things objectively, put them in perspective and move on.

Attention! Thought Crossing! - Or, The Secret of What's Between Your Ears


What are you thinking - right now? 'I'm reading your article!' you say. Well, take a little bit of a closer look.

Think, Pause & Talk


There are two kinds of peoples we generally face in every walk of life1] who talks negative and excessive and2] who talks whenever required or talks right and right time.But in reality we get attracted towards person who talks negative and excessive, it gives us fun and tax-free entertainment and we get fascinated and influenced by such activities.

How to Adopt a Losing Attitude


We have all heard the expression, "Where your heart is?, your treasure will be also." Allow me to modify this tried and true wisdom, to create an equally valid point: "Where your thoughts are, your hips will be also.

Take Responsibility for Reshaping Your Life


We say we want to eat better, feel better, and look better. But in order to make our goals materialize, we have to take responsibility for what we want by taking the appropriate actions.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: How Do You Change the World?


Recently, I saw an exhibition of paintings by a very talented artist. He clearly has a social conscience and his depictions of the pain and misery of disenfranchised and minority people are so vivid and real you can't help but feel the pain in viewing the paintings.

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