selfish

A recent work trip found me networking with two women I hadn't met before. It didn't take long before I noticed a pattern pop up. Let's see if you catch it.
So many people are not living up to their full potential. Maybe you are one of those who aren't. Have you ever wondered why? One of the most common response I hear to the reason why, has to do with the topic of fear. Granted, this is a huge blockage. It gets in the way at almost every stage.
If you're only there to stroke his or her ego, it's time to leave.
I felt a swoosh of gratefulness. I was grateful to science, to progress, to the Swedish health care system, for having this
Unlike the media's fascination with the troubling trend of deadly selfies, the average tween or teen is far less interested
The one thing I know for sure is this: If I have tried, I have not failed. My options are either delving into whatever piques my interest, or staying safe and trying nothing -- and surely that is the truest form of failure?
I ask this question a lot in my private coaching. Whenever I initially ask my clients what they want, most of the time silence follows. Sometimes I hear an indignant chuckle, as if they have no right to answer that question at all.
This article first appeared on QuietRev.com John, a 34-year-old biochemist, had come to me for help with his marriage. “It’s
I work with elders because I am selfish: I want to limit my own suffering in old age, and hopefully others' along the way. I am open and actively learning from elders and the aging process.
God doesn't do what He does for his own purposes. He does what He does to help us move farther along the path to happiness in an eternal sense.
Is there a way to feel as if the day had a beautiful rainbow overhead? As if alongside the busyness was an undercurrent of a lovely day? How can you reduce the pressure and find the rainbow deep inside keeping you company?
On a scale of not sharing cake to unplugging someone in a coma to charge your phone, how selfish are you? Twitter caught fire Thursday with the hashtag ‪#ImNotReallySelfishBut as part of the weekly hashtag game hosted by @behive_game.
If you truly want to understand the future of American politics, look no further than The Selfie Vote. It's a fascinating, well-researched and well-argued read, and also a reassuring one.
Don't say Kim Kardashian isn't talented, because the girl could teach Don Draper a thing or two about advertising. Kardashian
Follow Huffington Post's board LOL onPinterest. The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host turned to guest Kim Kardashian West on Thursday
Without further ado, I issue forth a call to fellow humankind for a better world. Here are the top resolutions every person ever must adhere to, beginning in 2015 (and lasting forevermore).
We just released our annual trends report for Havas Worldwide, but I'm thinking it could become a monthly thing. Today, the most fundamental truth of what's next (besides death and taxes) is unprecedented change.