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When everything around you is changing, look for that part of yourself that doesn't change, the part that is calm, centered and always there.
Instead of us fixing, improving, holding on, clinging to and wanting everything that's on our plate to be and look a certain way, how about focusing on what holds all of that together?
Today, ask yourself if the best thing to do with what you've been struggling with is simply to wait.
Is 2012 the end of the world? No. It may be the end of one type of world we have been living in.
If we believe that change is bad, our experiences will most likely match our belief. Conversely, if we believe that the Universe is here to support us and that change is for our growth and improvement, then our experience will parallel that instead.
How do you make a fresh start in the area of your finances?
At any moment, you are either being a warning or an example for your kids, how you eat, how you communicate, how you behave, everything you do.
I often think of myself as a woodpecker. I've picked some big trees. My beak hurts. Other people think I'm crazy. And yet, trees do fall, dreams have come true.
There really are only so many excuses we come up with when we are thinking of making a change in our lives.
I'm too old...I'm too young...someone wil...
I did a radio interview with a great guy called Jim Lobaito the other night. He shared with me this list below and I so loved it, I asked him if i cou...
"What are your three absolute yes's and your three absolute no's as far as your life partner goes?
Being happy starts with staying in the present, keeping out of the "what-if" mode we can all slip into, and doing everything we can to make the most of our day.
I was fortunate enough to be invited by Heidi Klum and her team to attend the finale of Project Runway last week in NYC. It's funny how and where we land sometimes in life.
You never know. Take care of the people around you. Listen to your friends and family. Just go to give. Be present. Really, be with people.
The First 30 Days is offering a free guide to help you get your goals solidified for 2009. I'll tell you now that it's not a step-by-step how-to guide.
If you're feeling anxious about the changes that will come your way, here are a few things you can do to welcome in the New Year with a sense of peace and calm.
I've had the opportunity to interview some very interesting people from all walks of life this year on my weekly podcast, Change Nation. It's always e...
I am often asked why so many people don't change and don't reach their goals in the New Year. Here are my top reasons why people fail and my very best...
Here are 10 questions to print out, answer and give some attention to. Get your friends and family to answer them as well. You will learn a lot about each other if you do.
Laurence Gonzales, author of Everyday Survival: Why Smart People Do Stupid Things believes our lazy modern culture has stunted your ability to react appropriately to a change or a threat.
Right now, I am in Boston for the Massachusetts Conference for Women. Tomorrow, I'll be leading a workshop on New Beginnings. It's the perfect time of...
The news is impossible to avoid: the cost of living is rising, people are losing their jobs and the market is unstable. In times like these, it might ...
a\As this year comes to a close and before January arrives, think about a couple of things you want to try -- a sport, a class, a hobby or a new language and take three action steps towards it.
Immaculée Ilibagiza grew up in Rwanda--a country divided by tribal allegiances. During the genocide in 1994, she was forced into hiding to avoid bein...
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