After coaching thousands of people from all over the world over the past decade I have found some simple yet highly effective ways to increase the joy and happiness you allow yourself to experience.
What is blocking joy from your life?
So, what does block you and me from experiencing the fullness of our JOY?
Often times, especially for women, we put everyone’s needs and everything else on our “to-do” list in front of our own simple pleasures.
And we don’t realize the long-term impact of this over the course of years.…
My Happy New Year’s wish for you is to have your best year ever…
A year in which you cherish the past year’s memories, and live your life anew each day, and that each and every moment is filled with bright expectancies.
I wish for you a year where life is peaceful, that what you want, you receive – a year filled with happiness and growth galore!
May you take time to recognize and enjoy each and every blessing, and may you actualize your fondest dreams.
Happy New Year!
When I was growing up, every Christmas, my dad would tell us a story about how love manifests through human beings.
The telling of this story has become a holiday tradition in my family.
My sons now tell this story to their children at Christmas, and one day, my grandchildren will pass it on to their children, too.
This is The Christmas Story Told Every Year in Our Family: The Man and the Birds
The holiday story goes like this…
There once was a kind and decent man.
How to share short stories of gratitude and thanksgiving to make your holiday even more meaningful
Sometimes it’s easy to forget that Thanksgiving isn’t just about turkey and pumpkin pie.
And while a Thanksgiving feast is certainly a part of how we might choose to celebrate, Thanksgiving is really about reflecting on and appreciating all of the good things that we have in our lives.
Think about your Thanksgiving Day last year. How did your family tune into a sense of gratitude? If you’re like most people, you probably sat around the Thanksgiving dinner…
Self-confident people are admired by others and inspire confidence in others.
They face their fears head-on and tend to be risk-takers.
Those who strongly believe in themselves and in their ability to accomplish a particular challenge are much more likely to have success.
So our self-confidence is quite important as it is directly related to what actions we are willing to take in our life.
Also, the strength or weakness of our self-confidence will likely determine the success when we do take action.
How to Supercharge Your Self Confidence
Do you feel that your relationship has lost its spark?
If so, you’re not alone!
Over the years, I’ve worked with countless clients who looked like they “had it all” from the outside: fulfilling careers, comfortable lives, and beautiful families.
Yet after just a few minutes of speaking with them, they’d often confess that something BIG was missing from their lives.
Despite their success, they found themselves struggling to connect with their long-term partners.
And every time I meet someone who’s run into this kind of roadblock in…
The Surprising Limiting Belief Blocking Your Financial Success
Is it wrong to love money? Is it less spiritual to desire a lot of money? Is it really true that money is the root of all evil?
I used to think so, until…
One evening in a New York auditorium changed my entire perspective on wealth and abundance forever.
I’ve been studying transformational principles of success since 1971, and early in my education, I traveled across the country to see a famous spiritual teacher speak in an…
So many of us strive for perfection in our daily lives.
In the media and all around us, we are continually exposed to images of the perfect body, the perfect family, the perfect career, the perfect life, and the perfect home.
The pressure to be perfect can sometimes feel overwhelming, and this can cause us to make an enormous effort to ensure that nobody finds out what’s really going on “behind the scenes” of our life.
Many of us spend a great deal of energy hiding what we perceive as our imperfections…