Think And Grow Rich was written in 1937 and sold 70 million books before its author, Napoleon Hill, died in 1970. Who knows how many copies since. Talk about a best seller. It's still in print.
You are authentic when what you say matches what you feel, think and do. Authentic people don't say "yes" when they're thinking "no" and, even more importantly, they don't say "no" when their hearts are telling them "go for it." There's no discrepancy between their inner and outer lives.
If the propensity to generalize social traits based on physical features really does contribute to stereotyping, it's possible that exposure to examples that contradict common stereotypes may lessen prejudice by weakening the perceived link between looks and personality.
It's time for a difficulty revolution. If we're to be better partners, employees, and friends, we must embrace and celebrate moments of difficulty. Why? Simply put, difficulty is the crux of all learning and growth, and one of the clearest indicators that we're achieving our goals.
Remember the difference between the victor and the defeated. In the midst of failure the defeated finds blame and despair, while the victor learns a lesson and hopes to press on toward another day. If you live as a victor you will see more victories.
Let me tell you the tragic true tale of the Fussy Suitor Problem. Famous scientist Johannes Kepler arranged a series of eleven interviews when searching for a second wife.
Here's a peek at what I call the S.O.U.L strategy for handling challenges and disagreements with soul-to-soul respect and closeness, rather than reactivity. Years as a couple therapist has confirmed for me that how you behave under pressure is make or break for a lasting relationship.
There's a world of difference between book smarts and street sharps -- between braininess and savvy. The first has its place, but the second is more u...
A talk with Nic Kelman, author of HOW TO PASS AS HUMAN I recently sat down with Nic Kelman to discuss his new book, HOW TO PASS AS HUMAN...
The description of God changes through the prism of every human culture, but one profound universal similarity can be discerned among most cultures: God (one or many), holds dominion over the universe, including a tiny subset, Earth.
This article first appeared on the blog of Intentional Insights, a nonprofit organization that empowers people to refine and reach their goals by pr...
Unlike wounds resulting from physical or sexual abuse, where the invasive energy is blatant, the wounding energy of emotional incest is stealthy and v...
May 2016 be the year you feel and recognize the deeper meaning of your fatigue. And most importantly, may the gratitude for that fatigue lead you to making the changes in your life that, in time, will lead you to being more happy and healthy.
In the same way, people progress and grow at different stages. Sometimes we teach and lift in relationships, other times we learn and take but the most fulfilling association is where there is a degree of equity in psychological evolution.
Authored by Pilar Dellano for Psyched in San Francisco Magazine. Pilar is a licensed marriage and family therap...
If your tendency in any situation is to "not fail," then you'll find it hard to ever truly win because you're teaching yourself that it's better to make an easy choice that's "not wrong" than a hard choice that's right.
The sensation of awe is universal but hard to describe -- "jaw-dropping," "goose bump giving," and "spine tingling" are often used to capture that sense of wonder that awe inspires. Indeed, the experience of awe occurs in the body as much as it does in the mind.
We are entering the most hopeful time of year; a time when goals, dreams and vision matter. It's the time when new beginnings -- or at least the idea of them -- have us feeling inspired and motivated.
Being a newbie in leadership can be scary. No longer are you in the trenches, but now you're calling the shots. With a "I want to fix it" mentality, you jump right in but with the wrong questions.
Recognizing abuse is confusing at best. But acknowledging that you deserve a healthy, loving relationship shouldn't be.