What are some of your favorite things to do, think about or enjoy during the holidays? This is a Christmas release, but its content is suitable for everyone anywhere, regardless of background, religion, circumstances or day of the year. Read a short blog, listen in on a podcast where I share some of my favorite things reflect upon your favorite things in life, too. Watch Julie Andrews sing My Favorite Things from the Sound of Music movie and discover two book offers that might be ideal for your reading pleasure.
Have you been hoping for success or preparing yourself for its arrival? Happiness in life is often tied to the accomplishment of our goals and the attainment of things we desire, but we often forget that success requires our active engagement and a willingness to participate in the process of personal growth. Listen in to my latest podcast and hear a few stories about putting the old adage to work: Luck happens when preparation meets opportunity.
Dale Carnegie tells us, “If you want to conquer fear, don’t sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.” In this latest blog and podcast, discover the inhibiting and paralyzing faces of this common emotion. Then get inspired to face your fear and journey your way back to happiness, well-being and love.
Helen Keller once mused that, “the only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.” If you’ve been thwarted by an inward vision that has narrowly defined your ideas about life and abundance, then this latest podcast is for you. Learn some stories about how I grew out of my own narrow scope and discovered that evidence of what I desired was present all around me. Be encouraged, empowered and inspired in your life circumstances, too.
Like Aretha Franklin, there are days we all want a little more respect in life! Listen in to my latest podcast on how to handle life’s hurdles when respect just isn’t coming our way. Pick up an “Aha!” moment for self-empowerment and some inspiration to positively influence others around you while you’re at it.
If you are burdened by the narratives of bad news and even fake news, maybe it’s time to reclaim your own reality. Listen to this uplifting podcast that talks about reclaiming your own sense of reality from a better, higher and happier source.
You don’t have to be a victim of Stockholm Syndrome to appreciate this latest podcast and blog that takes up the idea of protection. Sometimes, we are protecting a person or idea when doing so works to our detriment! Get inspired, empowered and ready to move beyond your comfort zone.
Why limit happy hour to just one hour? In this podcast and post, learn about the origins of happy hour, then create one of your own innovative ways to be happy, too. If not sufficiently inspired, I have added a few videos that will propel you on your way. Read, watch, listen and learn. Then let me hear from you on how you’ve created your own version of happy hour, too!
As children, we’re naturally in touch with feelings but eventually neglect the cues they offer for creating healthy relationships. Listen in to this podcast and discover how you can regain your connection to socially charged emotions. Use them to help you assess, and redefine, your relationships while helping you maintain a happier emotional set-point.