I am reading another excellent book called Life Without Limits, by Lucinda Bassett. The beginning of the book tells how to counter the ways we sabotage ourselves. I just finished a section on overcoming your fears and making your fears bring you to action. She names 7 categories of fears and how to use them Read More
I have been reading a fascinating book called There Must Be More Than This by Judith Wright. She talks about the soft addictions that keep us from living a life of more. You know, excess internet surfing, tv watching, overeating, procrastination, chronic negativism, etc. In order to lesson the hold of our soft addictions we Read More
Some of my friends haven’t been too motivated lately so we are doing the action-reward game. We do something productive, then we get to have a reward. REWARDS Reading Music E-mail craft stuff Stretching A magazine article Looking at pictures A cup of tea Lighting a candle A snack of fruit or a smoothie Short Read More
Boy it’s been awhile. I spent most of December sick with colds I caught from my children. Anyway, I was surfing the net today looking for information on goal setting and I found this fun site: http://www.my50.co.uk/. It has a list of 50 suggestions for things to do in your lifetime, let’s you make your Read More
Never confuse a single defeat with a final defeat.ﾃつ ﾃつ – F. Scott Fitzgerald *** Did you see the lunar eclipse last night? The night sky was so clear at my house. My husband came in and told us all to go outside for something. We looked up and the sight was magnificent.
Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got a hold of for the moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations.ﾃつ ﾃつ – George Bernard Shaw
“Success is neither magical or mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” — Jim Rohnﾃつ ﾃつ
“Your job is not to make everybody around you happy all the time. Your job is to serve your mission in life, and do what you were put here to do.” Suzanne Falter-Barns in her book Living Your Joy. One of the main reasons I went into coaching, was because I see so many people Read More
In the magazine article Maximum Joy in Prevention Magazine, Andrea Malin writes that according to research life circumstances only accounts for 10% of happiness. Half depends on our genetic set point and 40% of our happiness in infuenced by what we do deliberately to make ourselves happy.
Learn to toot your own horn better using this BRAG! – Take-12 Questionnaire.
- Simplifying Not Organizing
- Questions to Help You Simplify Your Life
- Areas to Simplify
- What to Do with all the Papers
- How to Get Things Done When You Are An Emotional Wreck
- How to Get to the End of Your To Do List
- A Question to Help You Make Changes
- Choosing Your Committments
- Laziness Isn't the Problem
- What's Keeping You From Decluttering?
- Uncovering the Creative Areas
- Decluttering the Entryway
- Decluttering Cosmetics
- Piles of Magazine Clippings