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Showing Up: Essential Keys to Unlock Extraordinary Doors
Roz A. Gee
“The DA--Dream Ambassador”: Thought Leader, Transformational S...
In the world of personal and professional development, you could often hear the phrase, "those that show up, go up."
What Parents Should Really Teach Their Children
CA mom, teacher, writer. Lover of thinking deeply, loving fier...
Make life pleasant -- listen to the birds, fill a hummingbird feeder or watch the butterflies land on the flowers. Admire your hard work. Hug your children tightly, tell them you love them and watch them grow into amazing creatures. Your efforts will pay off, I promise.
4 Reasons We Settle for 'Good Enough'
Executive Advisor and Best-Selling Author
Good enough isn't necessarily a bad thing. In many areas of life, chasing perfection is a fool's errand, or at least a poor use of our time. We don't need to spend hours taste-testing every mustard on the gourmet shelf to find the absolute best.
7 Surefire Tips for Attracting True Love!
As "The Source of Life showing up as JOY,"my life works and mi...
In Conversation With Prince Royce
Gary Villablanca Duff
Executive Producer and Host, Gary Duff’s New American Kitchen
Prince Royce is a Latin music superstar and his transition into the American music scene shouldn't surprise anyone. At 25, the 20-time Latin Billboard Award winner and multi-platinum singer-songwriter is releasing his fourth album which is a compilation of English-language songs.
How to Teach Our Children to Celebrate the Extraordinary Ordinary
Author of "Open Boxes: the gifts of living a full and connecte...
We tell our kids that they can be whatever they want. We tell them to shoot for the stars. But in our quest to teach them to be strong and daring and, dare I say,
, I can't help but wonder if we are somehow forgetting to teach them to appreciate the ordinary?
Are You Being Ordinary or Extraordinary?
A master coach and writer who helps people get unstuck & get w...
It's OK that I'm not where I want to be with my business. It's OK that I hide like a coward from taking that bigger step. It's OK that I still occasionally believe the crappy thoughts I think about myself and others. I am where I am, I'm on my way. I'm noticing. I'm realizing my self.
Is Any Mother Ordinary?
Writer and blogger, GoodDayRegularPeople.com
I remember the dreams I had for myself. Hopes, really. To somehow be a woman of note, a woman with a life that was extraordinary.
How to Be Extraordinary for Your Customers
Author, 'Upside Down Selling', 'Same Side Selling'
A Strange Paradox
Founder, The Spiritual Salon; Best-selling author; Speaker; Sp...
As our self-support emerges and we begin to love ourselves as we are, we find comfort and peace in just that. We end up longing less and less for the extraordinary, and we find more and more happiness in the ordinary.
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Do You Find Yourself Reverting Back To Your ‘Behavioral Mean’?
Lloyd Glauberman, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, Hypno-technologist
It is only when we begin to explore the realm of statistics that "average" becomes both very interesting and very powerful.
Condi's Moving Civil Rights Story Can't Trump Her Role in Bush's Despicable Iraq Folly
Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Author and political analyst
Condi's remarkable personal triumphant over the racial odds were praiseworthy then and they still are. Unfortunately, her moving civil rights story can't trump the role she played in Bush's despicable Iraq folly.
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