Archive for April, 2012

The Power of Gratitude

I heard a startling statistic today and that was that women own less than 1% of the world’s properties. I heard this during a presentation about how empowering women can literally change the world, most especially in underprivileged countries where deep poverty is rampant. This article has nothing to do with empowering women, but empowering ourselves, no matter... Read More ➝

Right vs Happy Finale

In my last two posts, I asserted that life always only provides you with two choices: you can either be right or you can be happy! Unfortunately, far too many people think that the way you get to be happy is by being right. It just doesn’t work that way. Whether you like it or not, or agree... Read More ➝

Hate Your Job? What to do?

I’ll tell you the answer right off -- Remember, It’s an Inside Job!  So, just what does that mean, you may be asking?

Recently, I heard a speaker talking about relationships, why they stink, and what you can do about it.  A key point was that you can’t expect another person to... Read More ➝

Right vs Happy revisited

In last week’s post, I asserted that life always only provides you with two choices: you can either be right or you can be happy! Unfortunately, far too many people think that the way you get to be happy is by being right. It just doesn’t work that way. Whether you like it or not, or agree... Read More ➝

Right vs.Happy

They say that the two things that are too controversial to write about are religion and politics and while I’m not about to jump into either subject, they both provide a great example of a point I do want to make: life always only provides you with two choices: you can either be right or you can be... Read More ➝

Leadership Dilemma – Feeling Stuck?

What’s Holding You Back?

Yesterday, I heard someone say something very profound – “We are the ‘lid’ on what’s possible for others.”  

This was in the context of inviting someone to do something, presenting an opportunity to them.  People often hold back from asking others to do things because they have thoughts, stories or judgments about someone else –... Read More ➝
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