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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3 tips for remaining relaxed and present, no matter what’s going on around you
Sometimes, events happen in our lives that appear to be clearly, completely, terribly bad.
During those periods, it seems like there’s no contesting the “fact” that what’s happening is horrible, and it’s enough to make most people miserable.
But if that’s the case, how do some people manage to stay happy and positive, even in the face of situations that other people dread?
Striving to go higher and further is what having a “growth mindset” is all about
After investing the last 45+ years in studying, applying and mentoring tens of thousands of others in transformational principles, a question I’ve often received from some of the people I work with is:
“Mary, I’m dealing with a challenge in my life right now, and I just can’t seem to break free and move forward! What should I do?”
Here’s what I tell them:
How to honor, celebrate and benefit from the freedom you’ve been granted
In the United States, we enjoy a tremendous amount of freedom. Sometimes it’s easy to take those freedoms for granted and miss some of the real opportunities that they bring us.
Today, I’m going to show you a simple way to honor the freedom you’ve been granted to live a life you love living.
How to Erase Self Doubt and Embrace Your True Greatness
You may have never heard of the term “imposter syndrome” before, but chances are, you or someone you know has suffered or is currently suffering from this debilitating psychological phenomenon.
Why Dressing Up in Costumes Shouldn’t Only Be Reserved for Halloween
Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays for many reasons. For one, it’s full of so much fun… trick-or-treating, carving pumpkins, festive get togethers and dressing up in costumes.
But what I love most about Halloween is that it’s the one time of year when we truly allow ourselves to let our imaginations run wild and we get to feel like kids again.
An Inside Look at an Event That’s Changed Tens of Thousands of Lives, Including the Staff
As DreamBuilder LIVE Dallas quickly approaches, I find myself thinking about how each of these incredible events offers new and different experiences – for both me AND my staff.
From the amazing participants, to the kindness of the hotel staff, lessons, breakthroughs and even the mistakes, this event always surprises me – for the better.
If you’ve never attended DreamBuilder LIVE, then you’re in for a treat today!
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Feedback is one of the most powerful influences when it comes to success, but how do you know who to ask?
Do you ever feel like you’re moving forward on completing a project or dream, and then things just come to a standstill? As if no matter what you do, you don’t make the progress you really want to make?
What do you do in those moments?
There’s tremendous value in having people in your life who can help you see things about yourself that you may not see otherwise. In other words, it’s…
What You Need to Know to Be Happy According to These 5 Spiritual Principles
Every one of us wants to be happy, and not just for brief, fleeting moments but deeply happy throughout the course of our entire life.
But sometimes, when faced with certain circumstances, situations or conditions, it can be difficult to feel happy!
I’m often asked if it’s true that we can choose to be happy, and if it’s possible to maintain a state of true happiness for longer than a few moments at a time.
Become inspired by some of the deeper meanings and customs that the Jewish New Year highlights
When you think of beginning a new year, you might immediately think of the parties, fireworks and other celebrations held on the last day of December. However, people who practice the Jewish religion celebrate the new year during a different month and in a different way.