Experts tell us we are more and better connected than ever before.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week we have access to the people we love, the people we don’t like so much and people we don’t even know yet. Read More
In last week’s post I shared the story of how Oprah was able to transform her knockdowns and great obstacles into a great strength, developing great empathy for people and becoming a beacon of hope for thousands who have come into contact with her.
This week I will continue our theme of POW and what to do to get back up when life knocks you down. Read More
What do you do when you get knocked down?
And you will.
This is LIFE we are talking about.
It is not always blue skies, sunshine and smiling people waving to you from either side of the street. Sometimes it rains, sometimes it even storms and sometimes it even comes with the added drama (and potential pain) of lightning and thunder. Read More
In the Ask Me Anything blog post, I reached out to you asking what questions you had for me and how I could provide further mentoring towardsyour personal development and growth. Today, I will address one of your questions.
This one comes from Dale Marcouillier who asked:
“For someone like myself who is picking up the mantle for the next generation, what advice would you have for assisting others recognize the need to invest in their own personal development?”
To answer this question, I want to show you an excerpt of a training I did where I revealed how I develop my skills. Read More
We are all excellent storytellers. We have a story for everything.
We have a story for why we can’t lose weight, stick to our diets, jog, do pushups, get up early, eat healthy, exercise regularly and stay disciplined.
“I’m big-boned.” “It’s bad for my knees.” “I don’t have time.” “I’m too old.” “It’s impossible when I travel.” “I deserve a reward.” “I have PMS.” “It’s fat-free.” “There are starving children in China.”
Recently my friend Kerri told me a story she heard when she was six months into her pregnancy. Read More