It Truly Is a Wonderful Life

Innovation / February 5, 2016

It’s A Wonderful Life is one of my all time favorite Christmas movies. Although I haven’t seen it years, there is so much that I love about that movie. And every time I did see it, I would cry, even though I knew how it ended, happily ever after! Let’s recap some of the events, George Bailey was an aspiring, honest, young man who wanted to see the world. He had saved his brother’s life from

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5 Tips for Job Interviews That Will Boost Your Career

Innovation / February 3, 2016

It can be challenging to find the time for job interviews when you have to balance class schedules, work schedules, homework time and extracurricular activities, as well as a social life, if you are lucky to have the time left for one. After all the hard work of submitting resumes and crossing fingers, finally being selected to come in for an interview is an awesome accomplishment

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Message To You, Your Family and Friends In The Name Of Humanity!

Innovation / February 2, 2016

There comes a time when those in the awareness hear a call to arms knowing planet Earth and its inhabitants have reached crisis point and that it would be difficult to overestimate the gravity of the situation… The call to arms, taking action through listening to that inner voice coming from one’s inner being, guiding like a beacon in the night against the ‘architects of darkness’,

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The Best Worst Thing That Could Happen To You

Innovation / February 1, 2016

As much as I’m an eternal optimist, let’s just be honest. Sometimes the poop buckets hit the fan and things just go WRONG. So in my eternal optimist fashion I am here to tell you that even though these times in our lives look all wrong, they may just possibly be the worst best thing that ever happened to you. Take my colleague Marni Battista, for example. She is a dating

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In the Zone – The Flow

Happiness / January 23, 2016

Have you got a talent? Is there something you are really good at? Can you remember being good at something when you were at school, but are not good at now? Here’s how you might feel, if the answer to those questions is ‘Yes’. People who are exceptionally good at things – snooker players, athletes, chess players, often say that when they are doing the thing they excel in, they experience

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Creating Effective Change In Your Life To Get More Of What You Want

Goal Setting / January 23, 2016

There are six levels that you can create change on. Changing a belief is only one of them, yet it is the one you will see more effects from than creating change on other levels. This is why many life coaches challenge your beliefs. The reason they are challenging them is because they know how much it means, and how much you can do by changing a few beliefs. The six levels you can create

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Alternatives to Failure

Goal Setting / January 22, 2016

Most people seem to think that the alternative to success is failure. They also seem to think that the alternative to failure is success. It’s not; in both case, it’s mediocrity. For some reason, the majority of people in the West prefer the choice of not being poor, but not being rich either. They want to be in the middle. It’s no coincidence that a recent poll found that

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Three Lessons of Autumn

Goal Setting / January 20, 2016

Autumn is nature’s most glorious sunset. Light gradually gives way to darkness. The land abounds with brilliant colors. Flocks of migrating geese point the way home. The bounty of the earth is harvested and the fields are left to rest. All of nature is preparing for a long sleep. Through nature’s wisdom, autumn displays the joyous surrender that must take place before transformation

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How to Quit Nail Biting

Goal Setting / January 13, 2016

You’re trying to figure out how to quit nail biting and it seems impossible. Trust me, I know how hard it is. You promise yourself you’ll stop. You might stop just long enough that your fingernails grow back a bit. And then… somehow… you’re at it again. Like you just can’t figure out how to quit nail biting. It’s not the worst thing in the world. I mean, it’s not going

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Are You Confused About Boundaries in Relationships?

Innovation / January 11, 2016

Marilee told me in one of our early phone sessions: “I set a boundary. I told him that he couldn’t speak to me that way any more.” Jackson said to me in one of our early Skype sessions: “I earn the money. My girlfriend doesn’t work, but loves to spend the money I earn. So I set a boundary. I told her that she had to stop spending so much money and racking up credit card bills.” Both of these

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