Welcome to Principles for Living – Part 2. I have incorporated these principles into my life, and hope you are enjoying and applying them in yours. I am grateful to Life!
5. Think big – see the big picture.
– I believe we were born to be useful to society in the greatest possible way, even if we don’t know what that is at this time or stage in life.
– Playing small never brings deep happiness, success, or, manifests your real purpose on earth-the reason you were born.
– Ask yourself… (click headline to read more)
I created an abridged 12-part series called “Principles for Living” to support and encourage your personal growth experience. I observed when people diligently and carefully follow these guidelines, their lives become more enriched, positively connected, and fulfilled. (click headline to read more)
Have you had your morning brew yet? Hold on; I have something I want to share with you that can make that cup of JAVA or tea that much more satisfying.
Before we get to the good stuff, take a look at what inspired me to write this blog.
I’ve been observing the chaos and confusion in the news and people’s lives lately. Crises of one kind or another seem to be more the norm. Clients tell me they’re experiencing frustration, fear, worry, increased demands and stress at work and home, as well as concerns about money and job security.
These can be tough times. The world is constantly changing and with it are the challenges we face to keep up.
So what do you do? (click headline to read more)
“There are two kinds of pride, both good and bad. ‘Good pride’ represents our dignity and self-respect. ‘Bad pride’ is the deadly sin of superiority that reeks of conceit and arrogance.-“ – John C. Maxwell, speaker and author on leadership.
They grew up as many siblings do, fiercely protective of each other and at the same time, often fighting over silly things that never really mattered. As brother and sister, they loved each other very much, but they let pride dominate their relationship.
It was 10 years ago when Peter and Christie, now in their forties, became embroiled in a strong disagreement which ultimately became a fierce verbal and emotional fight, each one, determined to be right.
Christie stormed out of Peter’s house vowing never to speak to him until…(click headline to read more)