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WATCH: Allowing Miracles

Brad Yates | Posted 11.24.2013 | Healthy Living
Brad Yates

Einstein said, "There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle." Seems to me the latter is more enjoyable. I hope this video helps you experience a more miraculous life, which you deserve.

Getting an A for Effort: My New Yardstick to Life

Arjun Moorthy | Posted 11.24.2013 | Business
Arjun Moorthy

My family often says that I'm too modest but I am simply seeing the truth of these outcomes. What I realize now is that my approach essentially stresses the same things my father advised me at a young age: focus on the inputs and take credit only for that.

Where Is the Outrage Crossing These Red Lines?

Leslie K. Stein | Posted 11.23.2013 | Politics
Leslie K. Stein

We need more outrage about these other Red Lines, the ones hurting our country. Where are the American people? Where is the outrage? We can do better. We are the United States of America -- we must do better.

Are You Living Your Eulogy or Your Résumé?

Arianna Huffington | Posted 11.23.2013 | Healthy Living
Arianna Huffington

The eulogy is the foundational document of our legacy, of how people remember us, of how we live on in the minds and hearts of others. So the question is: Why do we spend so much time on what our eulogy is not going to be?

The Most Important Lessons I Have Learned From 37 Years as a Rabbi

Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben, Ph.D. | Posted 11.20.2013 | Religion
Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben, Ph.D.

What I have learned from my 37 years as a rabbi is that being smart, or knowing a lot about a lot of things doesn't ever matter as much as simply being a mentsch. If you want to make a difference in other people's lives, first be a mentsch, and the rest will follow.

Staying on the Bus

David Blistein | Posted 11.19.2013 | Healthy Living
David Blistein

One unsettling thing about aging is the subtle fear that the bus has left you behind. Or that you're lugging around so much baggage you won't be able to get back on at the next stop. That instead of heading towards the light -- transcendent or otherwise -- your so-called "golden years" are in the rear-view mirror.

Reimagining the American Dream

James Michael Angelo | Posted 11.18.2013 | Gay Voices
James Michael Angelo

I had everything I thought I wanted: a thriving career, a corporate American Express card, a boyfriend, a dog and an apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. But I was still running from the feeling of never being good enough. Eventually I cracked.

A Broken Kindle Made Me Happy

Richard Koch | Posted 11.18.2013 | Books
Richard Koch

My Kindle broke yesterday. This made me very happy. Not at first you understand. I was quite cross as I wanted to read the end of my thriller. But when you are a book addict and you have no new books to read, you read old ones. And I made a remarkable discovery.

What Makes Some People Exceptional and Others Just Accomplished?

Derreck Kayongo | Posted 11.18.2013 | Impact
Derreck Kayongo

An exceptional life demands that one find a cause in life's journey that warrants an immediate and sincere desire to champion beyond one's current accomplishments for a lifetime of transformational living.

'My Mom Gave Birth to Me When She Was 14 and We Grew Up Together'

Te-Erika Patterson | Posted 11.18.2013 | Impact
Te-Erika Patterson

When people meet Bryant they often express that he is a young man who is destined for greatness. What they don't see is the undeniable fact that Bryant was raised by a woman who many would have deemed a failure in the making.

What Did You Fail at Today?

Rana Florida | Posted 11.17.2013 | Business
Rana Florida

We need to create a new definition of failure. Truly successful people embrace failure as part of the learning process, as an opportunity to grow, reflect, reinvent, and ultimately to push forward.

To Do or Not to Do, That Is the Question

Axelle Tessandier | Posted 11.16.2013 | Healthy Living
Axelle Tessandier

As meaning provokes happiness and not the other way around, I wonder if we should not learn to just be first. Having the wisdom of feeling that already being is already an achievement. You do not have to do to deserve to be here.

The Art Of Getting Exactly What You Want

The Huffington Post | Carolyn Gregoire | Posted 10.25.2013 | Healthy Living

How do we get what we want in work and in life? That question drives many of our habits and behaviors, and has made self-help -- with countless books,...

7 Secrets To Skyrocket Your Productivity

Kristen Brown | Posted 11.16.2013 | Healthy Living
Kristen Brown

Productivity is about much more than just getting work done. It's about getting the right work done for the right reasons to achieve your goals.

Why Success Is Overrated

Tyson Hartnett | Posted 11.12.2013 | Business
Tyson Hartnett

I could read every article about success there is, along with every book, podcast and inspirational YouTube video, yet it will probably still take me years to achieve the level of success I want. You know why? Because success is 100 percent intrinsic.

The Psychology of Success and Saber-Toothed Tigers

Melanie Harth, Ph.D., LMHC | Posted 11.12.2013 | Healthy Living
Melanie Harth, Ph.D., LMHC

Those of us who have experienced trauma might have to work a little (or a lot) more mindfully to move through fear responses that seem to be completely rational to that hard-working reptilian brain.

The Paralysis of Over-Analysis

Derek Rydall | Posted 11.11.2013 | Healthy Living
Derek Rydall

It's easy to travel through our mind and think we've gotten somewhere, setting bold intentions that lead to little or no action but give us the feeling of doing something -- climbing the mountaintop of inspired ideas before falling back into the valley of mediocrity.

Failing Forward

Derek Rydall | Posted 11.10.2013 | Healthy Living
Derek Rydall

Look at how we learn to walk. As babies, we step forward, fall, catch ourselves, try again and catch ourselves sooner and sooner until we're walking. Walking is controlled falling.

Stop Being a People Pleaser!

Jonathan Alpert | Posted 11.09.2013 | Healthy Living
Jonathan Alpert

People pleasers are willing to do anything for the company, anything to make someone happy, and anything to help anyone in need. But people like this should not be exploited. And while kindness is a fine quality, it should not come at the expense of one's needs and personal happiness.

How to Overcome Your Fear of Success!

Anthony Meindl | Posted 11.09.2013 | Healthy Living
Anthony Meindl

There's a conflict between that which we've been telling ourselves we are and that which we wish to be. That's what meeting your challenges face to face on the playing field of your life is really about.

Success, a Stethoscope and a Track Meet

Liz Olson | Posted 11.09.2013 | Healthy Living
Liz Olson

As I attempt to make sense of my own success self-portrait, I'm increasingly aware that success is something we must define -- and redefine -- for ourselves.

The New Global Leader, Part V: Mark Harradine, Taking You to the Next Level

O'Brien Browne | Posted 11.09.2013 | Business
O'Brien Browne

Mark takes his clients on a journey to new higher paths of thinking, to achieve strategic and personal transformations and thus reach their true potential.

What Comprises the Spirit of a Corporation?

Bob Deutsch | Posted 11.08.2013 | Healthy Living
Bob Deutsch

Spirit is not a matter of spiritual executives, but executives who as person are spiritual by the simple fact that they are aware of things as they really are, have more than a modicum of self-insight and self-control, are collaborative and have a sense of peace, even in the midst of crisis.

WATCH: Cultivating Effective Beliefs

Brad Yates | Posted 11.06.2013 | Healthy Living
Brad Yates

Napoleon Hill said, "What the mind of man can conceive and belief, it can achieve." Most of us can conceive of some pretty great stuff... but... the b...

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Why We Need To Keep Asking The Big Questions

HuffingtonPost.com | Jaweed Kaleem | Posted 07.07.2014 | Religion

Twenty years ago, Evgenia Cherkasova and Elena Kornilov were doctoral students in their mid-20s, living in the same housing complex at Penn State Univ...