Welcome to Day 1 of “30 Days of Brave Thinking”!
Amidst the rapid spread of uncertainty, worry and fear about the Coronavirus, it’s more important than ever to come out of fearful, ‘Common Hour Thinking’ and into what I call ‘Brave Thinking.’
Today, I will share the first of 5 lessons centered around the theme of “Standing Firm While the World is Shaking,” which is my GIFT to you.
These 5 lessons mark the beginning of “30 Days of Brave Thinking,” my free video series to support YOU through these challenging times.
How to Get and STAY Motivated So You Can Stop “Going After” Your Dreams and Actually Build Them in 2020
Join Me and 13 of the World’s Greatest Motivators, Including Bob Proctor, Les Brown, Jack Canfield and More!
In more than 40 years of studying, teaching and mentoring others in the art and science of transformation, I’ve found that NOTHING motivates me more than seeing the light shine in someone’s eyes when they discover that they have a power within themselves to achieve any dream.
Which is why I am so proud and honored to announce that I’ve been featured on World’s Greatest Motivators!
“Our suffering is not in vain” – Martin Luther King Jr Letter to Wife, Coretta Scott King, From Georgia State Prison
Not Only Was He An Exceptional Leader and Charismatic Speaker, Dr. King Embraced a Strong Mindset That Allowed Him to Have Faith During Times of Adversity
It was October 1960.
Martin Luther King Jr. was in Georgia State Prison at Reidsville.
His wife, Coretta Scott King, didn’t know that he had just been imprisoned. Coretta was pregnant with their third child at the time, so Dr. King decided to write her a letter.
In his letter, he told his wife that he wasn’t sure how things were going to work…
Stop relying on willpower and do this instead…
Happy New Year and welcome to a new decade!
Did you set any New Year’s Resolutions this year? If so, how are they going?
If you feel at all discouraged, or like you’re losing momentum, inspiration and discipline around your resolutions…
…know that you’re not alone!
New Years Research actually shows that 45% of people fail to keep their resolutions by February.
Use This Simple, 3-Word Phrase to Skyrocket Your Self-Confidence and Eliminate Self-Sabotage, So You Can Stay on Track to Achieve Your Goals and Create a Life You Love Living
The New Year brings a rush of excitement as you set goals and refine your vision of the life you’d love to create. But if you’re like most people, self-doubt can creep up on you and derail your chance at a new life – if it’s not managed properly.
Affirmations tell your subconscious mind – and the universe – what’s true for you. Use these 20 daily positive affirmations to attract the life you want.
With January 1st only days away, you’re likely thinking about what you’ll do in 2020 to create an extraordinary life.
A simple way to create the results you want easily, as well as add a healthy practice of positivity to your life and encourage a growth mindset, is to incorporate daily positive affirmations into your routine.
Affirmations are statements of confirmation, validity and belief.
How to Experience Greater Peace, Love and Harmony – Even When Things Aren’t Perfect
It’s no secret that life can feel overwhelming around the Christmas season, and it’s easy to see why.
You may feel yourself becoming so caught up in the hustle and bustle and stressing about having conversations with certain family members that you forget to enjoy the celebration!
Christmas time is meant to be filled with joy, merriment and thankfulness, but for most people, family gatherings during the holidays are rarely stress-free or picture perfect – even though the…
If you find yourself in a tense debate with family members this holiday season, try this
(Note to reader: This is the third and final article of our 3-part holiday video series on How to Thrive, Not Just Survive, the Holidays: Managing Family Mess and Stress During the Holiday Season. To read Part One, click here. To read Part Two, click here.)
When you hear or read the words “family holiday dinner,” do you feel knots in your stomach?
Do you want to run…
How to prevent family drama and handle your role as a grandparent with style and grace
(Note to reader: This is Part Two of my 3-part holiday series called How to Thrive, Not Just Survive, the Holidays: Managing Family Mess and Stress During the Holiday Season. You can read Part One here.)
The holiday season can be a wonderful opportunity to be present and relax with your family. Maybe you’re looking forward to it.
Or maybe you’re dreading the overwhelm and family drama that has a…
3 ways to make sure your loved ones want to keep coming back to visit you, year after year
Welcome to Part One of my 3-part holiday series called How to Thrive, Not Just Survive, the Holidays: Managing Family Mess and Stress During the Holiday Season. Make sure to read all the way to the bottom to find out what’s coming next week. Enjoy!)
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