Steve Rizzo is a former stand-up comedian turned motivational speaker and author who knows better than most the power of words to both entertain and enlighten. I recently had the change to interview Rizzo about his new book and his work in the edutainment business.
Although I have been blessed with so many of my dreams becoming a reality this past year, I have still had some struggles with truly embracing the concept of abundance in my life. There are times that it seems to flow easily and effortlessly, and times that it doesn't even flow at all.
When you think about how you will spend these final days before 2013, what do you want to experience? And if something is not as you hoped, how will you feel? What would it take for you to feel hopeful and energetic in spite of adverse events?
Have you ever had a challenging life situation rear its ugly head in the midst of an otherwise good day or week? If so, did you give into the grief and the agony and jump on board the pity train? Or did you shake it off and move forward with a positive spirit?
At the end of the day, it doesn't really matter if you think me a slut or a prude, for it is how I view myself that matters most. The number of partners we have isn't as important as how respectfully we treat them -- and how we feel about our actions later.
The moment you walk in the door, whether it's to your house or office, sets the tone for everything. If you want your interactions to be positive, be proactive about bringing that energy into the room.
If you are contemplating a divorce or your spouse is on the verge of serving you with divorce papers, you should immediately contact a divorce lawyer. At the initial consultation, there are several important questions that you should ask.
Take that time we are blessed with in this generation to stop putting away their laundry and start thinking about their characters. Think what great parenting you could do if you delegated some of the tedious work to your kids.
If the traditional way of doing things isn't working for you, change the way you are looking at the situation. This thinking automatically opens you up to new solutions and for others to lend a helping hand as well.