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Relationship offers, among many other things, sanctuary. Every honest relationship makes us a part of a safety net for others and for ourselves. Honesty is one key. When we are vulnerable and accountable to others, we open ourselves to new possibilities. With trial and error at times, we find out who we really are. We give…Continue
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I don’t know about you, but that statement above is quite a wake up call for me! For us living in this fast-paced, stressful 21st…Continue
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I steal a lot of things! For those of you who are still reading let me explain. Sometimes I wake up in the morning grouchy. On those days I steal happiness from my wife and kids and parade it around like its mine. A lot of times I steal motivation by reading a story about someone who had a much more difficult journey than me and has accomplished more…Continue
One of the things I always talk about is investing in what you love… It must match your values AND it should be profitable. In fact “proud to own” investing as I have labeled it involves “screening out” companies that don’t line up with your values and “screening in” companies and products that line up with your values. Your investments should also have great profit potential.
While online, …Continue
I heard an interesting comment on a podcast the other day from a successful free agent who told the story of how, when he was living on rice and beans to launch, he came across an extra $500. Now, I'm sure that there were many things, from bills to other fun stuff, that he could have spent this on, but instead, this insightful guy invested that $500 in taking successful people to lunch - he just went hogwild…
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Being a dad provides new insight into my relationship with my heavenly Father. Some by comparison, some by contrast. I'm glad my Heavenly Father is never too busy to hear me "Daddy, Daddy, DADDEEEEEEEE!
Many of you either have or know someone who has chronic health issues. Science is coming to the point of understanding that your DNA has a lot to do with this. Specifically, it is thought to be epigenetics-related, as I discussed…Continue
One of our show experts, business coach Tina Dietz mentioned a common mistake starting entrepreneurs make - Waiting too long to launch; thinking that collecting information and becoming an expert will create a “perfect” time to start. Instead - "being willing to suck until you suck less".
Residue from a dark experience can stain one’s faith and life. Abuse does that to its victims. Many feel vulnerable and are haunted by horrible memories. Their ability to trust deeply or relate closely is shaken.
I recently met with a…Continue
I love surprise gifts. Christmas gifts and birthday gifts are fantastic. But a gift in the middle of the cold winter months when I am least expecting one is fantastic. During Christmas 2013, I decided to surprise my husband with a small gift each day for about a week. These gifts were placed in a super…
Due to an event the night prior, this morning I have discovered (or uncovered) a new fear (or fears). It's the fear of naivety, and fringes on the fear of being gullible.
I can see now how this has been holding me back. I have been reserved in many cases due to these fears without realizing they were there.
As the evening church service had already ended and most of the crowd had already gone home, I was in a parking lot discussion when a family…
What do you need in order for your professional career life to be both happy and rewarding?
Here are 5 ways to do it:
1. Get a clear understanding of why you are there.
If you have a clear understanding of the value you bring in your current position the more enjoyable it can be. Rather than saying “I’m a Social Worker” why not re-frame it in your mind to say “I help underprivileged people that live in extreme…Continue
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Last week’s post talked about the overall safety of natural supplements. Of course, as I said, not every supplement is safe for every person or in every circumstance so using wisdom, moderation and common sense is critical.…Continue
This is the opening to the 48 days online program. Its the podcast that is hosted by Dan Miller, the author to 48 Days to the Work You Love which is about to get reviewed here and now!
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My granddaughter, Clara, is very creative. She is almost seven years old and I learn something from her every time we get into art projects. Which is often. She has been part of our art classes at the Sanctuary since she was four and she is always an inspiration to us adults in the class because of her fearlessness in attacking any art project. She just starts it...and no matter what happens she finishes. Often she has stood up in class and…Continue
While my campaign got off to a great start, it has dropped off tremendously. With only 19 days left, I'm starting to get worried. I've contacted almost everyone in my personal audience, but I'm not letting that discourage me as those are mainly friends and few people may relate to my campaign.
To see what I'm working on, click here.
I have a 10-4 job and plenty of freelance work that takes the rest…Continue