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It feels almost hypocritical to talk about the election on The Huffington Post. After all, HuffPost was among the top mainstream
It's November 6th. I'm sitting in my apartment. As I gaze out the window my view is filled with the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Turning my eyes to the left I see the Freedom Tower. In the background I hear CNN proclaiming the Republican presidential candidate's electoral path is getting easier.
There are many reasons we may not take care of ourselves; life gets busy, we don't know where to start, it's overwhelming
I want this book to be an anchor of support for my audience. In this process, I have learned that we cannot do this thing
Here's how you can help fight the decline of bee populations.
There is so much talk about the ever-elusive Hustle these days. What does it really mean to start a side hustle, spark your
You likely invest a good portion of your days -- and therefore your life -- at work. When you consciously use that time to express your purpose, make a difference, and help yourself and others grow, your experience changes dramatically.
I never really took goal setting seriously because I was never motivated enough to see them through to completion. It turns out that I was approaching the idea of motivation all wrong. I thought it was something you just had or you didn't, not something you could work on and develop. After many months of trial and error I have finally figured out what it takes to get and stay motivated and achieve any goal you set for yourself.
Go out there and shine brightly. Go out there and blind people with your light. You are the miracle you have been waiting
Despite all the distractions, there are proven ways to increase your productivity that are not as hard as you think. Thankfully, it is in little changes that we have the ability to see dramatic gains. The following are five ways to dramatically increase your productivity.
Many people are struggling to find happiness in life after 50. On the surface, you might think that our inability to be happy comes from our complex lives. But, despite the fact that we share similar challenges, some of us are much happier than others. The question is, why?
When I ask my coaching clients and mastermind students what their number one goal is, their most common answer is "I want financial freedom. I want to be financially free."
My thought was, "Okay, my wife is a healthy, red-blooded American woman. She's going to want to see this - what woman wouldn't? So I'd better get ahead of this thing."
How can we stop settling for less than what we know we deserve and give ourselves exactly what we know we really truly do deserve? Here are five steps. Get out a sheet of paper or journal to write out your answers to each of the steps below.
Anyone who has followed the so-called "breast cancer screening controversy" knows that the disagreements about whether and when healthy women should get a mammogram are more political than scientific.
There's no way to tell what will unfold when you start to do something, even the smallest thing. Actions grow and expand, sort of like the way our peas started out small, crawled past their trellises and are now getting tangled up into each other.
5. Create clarity on what you DO want -- this allows the universe to become clear on what to bring to you. AND... the bonus
I admire people like Martin Luther King who spoke out for those who were afraid or unable to do so. His message today is as strong as ever, although I worry that much of the world does not seem to want to listen.