Asking for a favor is a sign of intimacy and trust. It shows that you feel comfortable being indebted to someone.
When I'm reluctant to take a risk or face something uncomfortable, I ask myself these five questions. They help me think clearly about a situation.
My sister Elizabeth Craft is a sage. Every time I talk to her, I keep a pen and paper handy so I can write down her words of wisdom.
I was about to get a promotion. My boss said sternly, "Be polite and be fair. Then you'll do fine." I've always remembered that.
We all have to make ourselves do things that we just don't want to do. Here are seven tricks to help you power through those unwanted tasks.
Although we often assume that feelings inspire actions, in fact, actions also inspire feelings. By pushing myself to act happier, I make myself feel happier.
I want a calm, unrushed, cheerful morning -- not one with lots of whining, yelling and searching for misplaced items. (And that's just me!)
One of the best ways to make yourself happy is to make other people happy. One of the best ways to make other people happy is to be happy yourself.