We can create our own cheer over the holidays and share it every day of the year. Check out some of my favorite holiday memories and listen in to my latest podcast entitled Creating Cheer.
The next time hardship knocks at your door, think twice before running for cover. Consider it instead as your catalyst to step up, speak up and grow up into your destiny.
We’re brought up to fit into outwardly designed occupations, but what about the person we actually wish to become? In this latest blog and podcast, I take up the topic of being ourselves –and doing what we are — from the inside out.
If you have ever reached the end of yourself, feeling so desperately unhappy that you were afraid to live and afraid to die, there is hope. I’ve been there. And I’m Maura . . . here for you today.
I used Frederick Douglass’ life and wisdom to bring focus to my latest video entitled The Scroll of Life. Discover the life and wisdom within your own life scroll, too.
We can absorb negativity around us or discover how to uplift and inspire ourselves. If you’ve felt daunted by polarizing people, toxic chants or negative news, read this short blog and listen to my podcast entitled Creating Inspiration for Ourselves.
In today’s world, the idea of responsibility is hardly a common theme. To the contrary, we are often engaged in the on-going blame game of finding fault with others. In this latest podcast, discover how choosing to be accountable for thoughts and actions goes a long way toward gaining confidence, peace and happiness in life!
There is another way to view the seminal question: Who won? In this latest podcast, we take a look at different viewpoints, stories and paradigms in search of something bigger, higher and better for all of humanity. If you need an uplifting new perspective, expect to emerge with a brighter and more empowered outlook. It may require a bit of faith and vision, but you can anchor some of it to live happier, from the inside out.
We value a society that judges without bias, prejudice or partiality. However, we often overlook our own responsibility as citizens to build and maintain a more equitable culture. A few years ago, I stood in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., challenging myself to be more equitable in personal interactions. Will you do the same?