Taking Time Off For Your Business
by Wendy Y Bailey
As a business owner, wouldn't it be great if you could take time off whenever you needed to? Unfortunately, most small business owners worry that the business will fall apart if they're not there to mind the store. Too often, they simply lack the appropriate resources for their business to keep going in their absence.
The Kaizen of Goal Setting
by Ke O Agile
There is an old way of goal setting and a new way of goal setting!
The old way of goal-setting involved setting yor goals, preparing a list of sub-goals, and then carefully checking them off one after another (as and when they were being accomplished). Am I trying o pour cold water on the goal setting method many of us grw up on?
Healing through the Written Word
by Virginia Dever
Healing through the Written Word - Writing is the medicine we need to heal our everyday wounds and provide us with the immunity to go forth and live, knowing we have a powerful healer at our fingertips.
After the Storm......
by Nicholas Dixon
Have you ever wondered why is it that after we go through a bad
phase in life we seem to come out better for it? It use to
puzzle me too until recently after I stared down a gunman’s
nozzle I realized why.
The Art of Shaving
by Ted Nichols
The practice of shaving has evolved from a crude and often painful undertaking, to a fine art with an entire industry to cater for the needs of the modern shaver. Before you read further, I will assure you that this article will impart to you what the clerks at the chemist withhold, in their haste to sell their products; important “finer points” that make the difference between a smooth shave and a crude unsightly finish. The general rule for the gentleman’s facial hair is that he should have none. A gentleman’s face is always clean-shaven. An hirsute countenance befits only ruffians and Stone Age men, neither of which a gentleman is. Apart from that, a lady prefers to make contact with a smooth face. If ever you wondered, wet shaving is far superior to dry shaving.
Creating A Life You Love
by Robin Harris
Imagine that right now, right here, today… there is within your grasp not one but several opportunities to redesign specific aspects of your life so that the sum total is a life you absolutely love. Then imagine that the only thing standing between you and your opportunities is a closed mind, fear, habits, concern, worry, drama, or perhaps mental, physical, and emotional clutter. Do you know what a default is? It’s what you get when you don’t choose to get something else and for most of us a default life is average and mediocre with sprinkles of joy in between. A default life is living for the weekend. A default like is hanging on ‘til retirement. A default life is waiting for the kids to grow up, move out, and finish college. A default life is waiting, and waiting, and waiting for things to get better someday…one day.
by Drew Vics
Wisdom eludes me. The more I learn, the less I think I know. Maybe it's
because when I learn something new I realize how much more there is
to know. And by that I mean, how much we can know, not how much we
must know. It's perpetual. I strive to learn more, but sometimes I feel I
don't know enough.
Living Life In A Time Starved World
by Stephen Fairley
Recently I saw an advertisement for a time management booklet: "Shorter deadlines, competing priorities, endless meetings, interruptions and even higher quality expectations are just some of today's time challenges. And yet the number of hours in the day remains the same."
Scientific Discovery Reveals How You Can Live Better Forever
by Davis Goss
If you are not experiencing perfect, harmonious, pressure-free life experiences right now, it is because there are some unresolved problems in your world that are preventing it from happening. Simple logic compels the conclusion that if you could somehow resolve these problems, harmony would be restored.
Ten Sure-Fire Rules To Put Old On Hold By At Least 25 Years
by Barbara Morris, R.Ph.
Would you like to feel and function like age 40 for an extra 25 years? Would you like to have a ton of energy, able to work at something you enjoy? Would you like to be free of many of the physical and mental problems generally considered age related?
A Coaching Secret
by Michael Lipp
I’ve told people for a long time that one of the “secrets” of coaching is forgiveness. Forgiveness takes your finger out of the dyke of the past so you can let the future flow. Buddha said, “forgiveness is giving up all hope of a better past.” It is an act of total volition, requiring only a softening of the heart. But how do you forgive the unforgivable?
REST: The New Strategy for Business and Life Success
by Jordan Mercedes
No matter how many times you have vowed to change your harried ways, you still find yourself running behind, running out of time, running out of patience and running on EMPTY. Your biggest problem--exhaustion. You are just plain old tired. But you keep going, because there seems to be no way out.
Ten Tips For Setting (And Keeping) Life Changing Resolutions
by Toni Coleman
It’s time for that annual ritual of making (and breaking) our New Year’s resolutions. There is something about the idea of being able to start over that motivates us to pause (at least briefly) and reflect on our lives as they are, as well as how we would like them to be. Yet how many times have you thought back to last year’s goals and found that many or most of them were abandoned or just forgotten after a few weeks or months into the year?
You Are So Unreal
by Roy E. Klienwachter
Mankind's ability to give life to lifeless objects, gives rise to much of the grief and frustration that he brings upon himself. He animates, or humanizes all sorts of things and other creatures, then believes in his mind that they are human.
Happiness and the Single Person; Changing Myth Into Reality
by Toni Coleman
Does the expression “single and happy” sound like an oxymoron to you? Are you weary of others (especially other singles) reinforcing the belief that singles cannot be happy? Do you find yourself always planning for the future or putting things off until you “are married and settled? Do you often have a sense that the intense feelings of happiness and joy cannot really be experienced unless you “have someone to share it with?” Do you just feel there is not enough time and other necessary resources available to the single person to pursue experiences that can bring true happiness?
Women and Bad Boys: What Is The Attraction?
by Toni Coleman
The Friend Crush: Is This Love Or Friendship
by Toni Coleman
He's your good friend. She's your best confidant. You have known each other for a few years and have shared meals, movies, hobbies and vacations. You have confided to each other about your latest love interest and turned to one another for support when the relationship(s) failed. You can't imagine life without your good friend.
Achievement and Happiness the 80/20 Way
by Rasheed Ali
If there was ever a principle that was responsible for the most happiness and achievement in the world, it would be the 80/20 Principle.
7 Tips to Relieve Stress At Work
by Wayne Perkins
Do you feel stress at work? Do you carry your stress home with you at night?
Play a BIGGER role in life!
by Hifzur Rehman
Did you ever think that you are not playing the role which you should play in your life?