Imagine waking up each morning excited to start the day because you know it will be filled with joy, fun, and happiness.
You can absolutely have this kind of life. It’s not a pipe dream, but it will require change.
Think about it; you can change three things:
Victor Frankl, a Holocaust survivor, wrote about this in his book, Man’s Search for Meaning, which the Library of Congress lists … keep reading
“I think I’m having a mid-life crisis,” my friend said. “I need something new, something different.”
My friend has worked the same job since college. He liked his job well enough; he had been doing it so long that he could go through all the motions blindfolded. The job provided well for his family.
I understood his yearning for something different in life. I saw it in myself six years ago. Life was good, but … keep reading
Whenever I see the word “abundance,” I often find it associated with money.
To me, abundance is joy and bliss rolled together. It’s the reward of a full, contented heart.
Tap into your joy and bliss. You will be rich beyond any measure.
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In the early morning when you wake up, let the first thoughts be ones of gratitude.
What are you thankful for?
At the end of the day, let the same attitude of gratefulness complete your day.
Do this, and you’ll begin and end each day with an amazing lightness in your heart.
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Every year, Chris Brogan selects three words to guide him and keep him focused throughout the year. The three words are a “shorthand representation of your bigger story,” Chris explains. Chris shares his three words for 2013 in his post, My 3 Words for 2013.
What a cool way to start off a brand new year.
I didn’t do a lot of thinking on this one, I just went right for the words that … keep reading
Every once in a while, life hands over a slap upside the head. This weekend was one of those moments when life said, “Hey, slow it down, girl.”
I left for Michigan with the boys in tow. Lauren was down in Texas with Sarah and Joe was still working. The boys let me enjoy my mellow music on the way up while they buried their heads in the laptop. There wasn’t much talking on the … keep reading