In the past week I’ve attended two professional development events that had a similar theme of loving ourselves as a primary message. What theme occurred for you recently? Were you so caught up in “doing” that you missed “being” or the opportunity to receive the insight? The universe
How do you respond to disappointment in your life? The answer has determined your today and is shaping your tomorrow. It’s one thing to read the previous statement and agree. And it’s a whole other level to apply the concept. Disappointments show up in all aspects in life. Currently,
Have you ever attempted to “run a quick errand” only to have the Universe decide otherwise? How did you respond? Did you get irritated? Or did you look past the obvious and see the gift – even if the gift wasn’t evident? A recent visit to the grocery store reminded me how we must look
What would your life look like if you valued serenity more than rightness? Think of a time when you were unwilling to surrender your rightness. Not rights as responsibilities, but rightness in the sense of right or wrong. Do you feel yourself getting agitated? Can you be effective fro
Have you ever been in a good mood until you were around someone who wasn’t? Have you ever allowed the circumstances surrounding you rob you of enjoying life? The temptation is to blame the external for our internal state. This behavior actually worsens our situation by abandoning resp
book, "Embrace Your Rights" is highly recommended: "There is a lot of wisdom packed into these few pages. If everyone who read this book would adopt this personal bill of rights they would live a rich, happy, and fulfilling life."
- Jack Canfield Co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series and author of The Success Principles >>>