OSHO: Awareness: The Key to Living in Balance Insight for a new way of living I’m not sure how much of Osho’s keys to balanced living I’ve incorporated into my life yet, but I have a much better feeling about them. I say feeling because what I do understand feels like the release of self-forgiveness. … Continue reading Monday’s Movers – OSHO: Awareness
Preface: I recently reread this amazing book and felt compelled to share my revised review on it. This book deserves to be read! A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose by Eckhart Tolle Warning! This book can change your life. It can change the way you see yourself, the universe, and how you fit into … Continue reading Monday’s Movers – Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose
Daniel H. Pink - DRiVE: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us If you are a manager, building a sales force, opening a school, looking to build true strength and self-confidence in your children, or simply trying to figures out why you hated sales your whole life, this is the book to read!!! Daniel Pink … Continue reading Monday’s Movers – Daniel H. Pink – DRiVE: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
I recently finished reading Law of Attraction Habits by Chris Tomasso and wrote this little review about the book that I feel compelled to share with you. A great way to get your feet wet This isn't so much a "how to" book on the law of attraction, as it is a clear description of what … Continue reading Odds & Ends – An Introduction to The Law of Attraction
I first met Richard a little over a year ago when I was exploring the possibility of growing a local lifestyle magazine. He is the Executive Director of the QCNA, a group that oversees the success of most of the English & bilingual publications in Quebec. I came for some advice and guidance from the … Continue reading Monday’s Movers – Richard Tardif and Stop The Denial
Law 13 - Live with purpose: This chapter in T.J. Hoisington’s “If You Think You Can” is both summation of the previous principals and the most crucial of them all, without which no progress can be begun, much less be made. It’s thanks to this principle that I started blogging, pushing myself to clearly determine … Continue reading Top Tips for A Purposeful Life
Law #11 Creating a sense of urgency “What ideas or goals do you have that you keep putting off?” That is the overriding question that haunts you throughout the 12th chapter of T.J. Hoisington’s “If You Think You Can”. This short chapter is packed with warnings about how to use your time effectively, and between … Continue reading Top Reasons for Taking Action: What are you waiting for?
“Too many of us never realize our greatness because we get sidetracked by secondary activity” - Og Mandino Law #10 - The power of focus Do you think we are talking about what I like to call The “Oh, look a squirrel” Syndrome? Yes, and no. Yes, we are referring to distractions, but not the … Continue reading Look Here Now… Pay Attention, Please.
Law #9 - Creating your own success team Dale Carnegie is credited for teaching the leadership concept that there is no such thing as a self made man, someone had to help him along the way, and that's the central message of chapter 10 in “If You Think You Can”... TEAMWORK! I hope to illustrate why … Continue reading You Can’t Do It All By Yourself
Law #8 - Maintaining a winning perspective Chapter 9 of T. J. Hoisintton’s “If You Think You Can” starts with this amazing statement: “In the real world, moments of devastation are likely to come your way… It’s part of the process. Consequently, setbacks drive some to fight harder. For others, it provides a reason to … Continue reading The Ultimate Optimism