“Humans are social beings, and we are happier and better when connected to others.” — Paul Bloom – Canadian-American professor of psychology and cognitive science at Yale University.
Connecting. That’s what we do. As human beings, the need to connect to others is high on the list of human needs. It is just as basic as the need for …(click headline to read more)
“If you don’t lead in life, life will lead you.” — Dr. Claudia “Chloe” Rothbell
Do you know where you are going in your life?
Where are you directing your efforts and actions? Are you moving forward, backward, laterally, or staying in place?
Are these decisions you made or did others make decisions for you and you chose to follow their direction?
Are you happy on your path and are you pleased with the progress, speed and results you attained at this time?
If you are not where you want to be…(click headline to read more)
Have you ever helped someone succeed just for the sake of doing something good for someone else? How did it make you feel? Did you walk away a little taller, prouder and feeling great because you added value to someone else’s life?
That is what happens when you help people win at life. Just being yourself and sharing your natural gifts and talents can change lives. The beauty is … (click headline to read more)
We live in a world of constant change with concerns and pressures about job security, money, family, keeping up with technology, new social living rules, a world connected by social media, political unrest and more.
Sometimes concerns turn into fears.
Don’t fall prey to the “wolf”, the illusion of … (click headline to read more)
Our bodies are born from earth and return to earth at death. Just as we tend the earth’s gardens of flowers, fruits and vegetables, so do we tend our lives of growth, expansion, abundance, happiness and success. But that is not the whole story.
There are weeds in the garden. The weeds, figuratively speaking, are the blocks and stressors we encounter in our lives. What we do with the weeds is just as important as what we plant… (click headline to read more)