Quote of the Week “Time has a wonderful way of showing us what really matters.” Margaret Peters Things That Really Matter by James M. Kilts On a day-to-day basis, there… read more →
The difference between the thinker who succeeds and the thinker who doesn’t is that the thinker who succeeds also ACTS!
Does change happen here and there? Or is it everywhere, all the time?
What are you grateful for?
What is the difference between “perfect” and your “personal best”? Which one is a true example of success?
If you’re never quite sure where a train of thought will lead you, how do you know which thoughts to engage with and which ones to let go?
Wishing you all the love and happiness this season can bring. May the New Year find you healthy, happy, prosperous and full of joy.
Sometimes “being yourself” can be the most difficult thing in the world!
Are you living your best life? Here is how to make sure you are.
This parable from India proposes another way to look at what might be considered “failure”.