FOCUS on Your Business Program
by Raymond Johnsen
If you are anything like me, you probably find yourself often thinking of new projects to start, new things to achieve.I did that in my beginning on Internet.
The Listening Gap Between Sight and Sound
by Catherine Franz
The truth, there is a gap between sight and sound in our
hearing that can never be bridged in our communication.
Business coach, Catherine Franz, discusses, shares a
thought-provoking way of looking at the differences and how
it affects your life.
Creating a Gratitude Journal
by Doreene Clement
Here's how, with easy to follow directions, to create your own gratitude journal.
Are You Visualizing Out There Or From Within?
by Marilyn Jenett
Does visualizing create a challenge for you? Many people visualize by looking at their goals "out there" on the screen of space in their imagination or on "dream" boards. This article will explain the most powerful way to visualize and the fastest way to manifest results - visualizing from "within", seeing the world through your own eyes, looking out at the world as if you already are what you want to be or already possess what you desire.
Tony Robbins CANI! System Explained
by Chris Knight
"CANI" stands for Constant And Never-ending Improvement. It's an acronym that Tony developed more than a decade ago and he was influenced by Dr. W. Edwards Deming. Dr. Deming is credited as one of the leaders who brought one of the first quality movements to the Japanese. His basic premise was that the secret to help the Japanese achieve world power and economic success was if every single person and organization commit to constant improvement.
Dr. Wayne Dyer - 22 Lessons I Learned
by Chris Knight
Dr. Wayne Dyer is a popular motivational speaker and author. His recent books include The Power of Intention, Ten Secrets For Success & Inner Peace, Getting in the Gap and Everyday Wisdom. I’ve been studying Dyer’s principles for the past 22 years and here are the top 22 lessons I’ve learned from him:
How to Gain a Good Self-Esteem - the Easy Way
by Carna Zacharias-Miller
There really is no magic pill to get rid of low self-esteem in a very short time, but there is something that comes pretty close: It is called EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), and it is designed to take on everything that stands in the way of high self-esteem.
The Genius Of Your Unconscious Mind: How To Accelerate Mastering Your Life and Career
by Alan Allard
Your mind works on two levels, the level that we call "conscious" and the level that we call "unconscious" or "subconscious." When you understand how to use your mind effectively on both levels, especially the unconscious level, you will be resourceful, flexible and highly successful in your endeavors.
6 Ways To Keep Your Mental Batteries Charged
by Charlotte Farrior
How do you keep your engine running at full power when you’re a solo entrepreneur? Take frequent breaks! Read about how to recharge your mental batteries…
Impeccability: The Shamans Path
by Shaman Maggie Wahls
The hunter chooses to bring sustenance to himself and his people by being the very best hunter he can be. He is willing to accept any challenge he may encounter in that forest with skill, awareness and a sense of anticipation in success. Your life circumstance is the forest for you. Stand in your forest with impeccability and you will find yourself surrounded with love and joy and adventure for every minute of your short time on this planet.
Breaking Through Procrastination
by Beth Tabak
Procrastination...putting off what you can do today until tomorrow...7 years, 5 months, and 2 days later you’re wondering why you never started that book. Taking action leads to fulfillment, life experience, and wisdom. So read on to discover how to break through procrastination, take action, and make things happen.
A Look at the Different Depression and Anxiety Medications
by Charles Donovan
Within the past several years, depression and anxiety medications have become enormous in popularity, be it from prescribing physicians, drug companies, or (and most importantly !) patients with depression. Whether it is the infiltration of our televisions with ads about depression, loneliness, and anxiety, an overheard conversation, or a recommendation from a friend or family member, depression and anxiety medications have become a part of the daily lexicon for most of us.
Smile and World Smiles Back at You
by Sanjay Johari
Do You Want to Change the World? Then You ONLY Need to Change Yourself.
If Only I Could Stop Comparing Myself to Other People!
by Norma Schmidt
Intimidated by "perfect" people? Feel like a flop when learning about
other's accomplishments? Find out why comparisons don't work, and
what you can do instead to create inner balance and serenity.
Christmas For One: Mental Health Over the Holidays
by Kristin Johnson
Encouraging words for those facing the age-old dilemma of spending Christmas alone--or for those who choose nontraditional solo holidays.
Balancing Mars and Venus in Each of Us
by Kevin Burk
When we think of ourselves first and foremost as human,
we've taken the first step towards regaining our balance.
Gender does not define who we are. Gender is nothing more
than a biological point of view. Once we take 2,500 years of
ego- and fear-based conditioning out of the picture, the
main difference between men and women is whether we have
indoor or outdoor plumbing. We are not our bodies. Our
bodies are nothing more than a suit of clothes worn by our
spirit. The main differences are that our spirits wear our
bodies for longer than our bodies wear our clothes, and our
bodies are harder to dry clean. Men and women do have
different points of view, but what matters is that we are
all human. And every human has equal amounts of masculine
and feminine energy.
Meeting Safety Needs
by Kevin Burk
One of the most valuable life skills we can learn is how to
meet our safety needs. We are responsible for maintaining
the minimum balance in our safety accounts. When we learn to
meet our own safety needs, every area of our lives--including
our relationships--improves dramatically. Meeting our own
safety needs is relatively simple. Meeting other people's
safety needs, however, is a bit more complicated.
Who Are Men Really?
by Susan Sheppard
American society tolerates a very narrow range of masculine emotion. It puts a lot of pressure on men to perform, control their emotions, be tough, and live within a tight definition of what is masculine.
The Power of Thought: Attention! Thought Crossing!
by Inna Nirenburg
You are bigger than your thoughts, and you can choose whether or not you want to give them power. And you do this by [choosing whether to] give them your attention...
The Power of Attention: Its Story Time!
by Inna Nirenburg
All of us have some version of this story going on inside us all the time...