Tag: group topics

How to Find Your Wisdom

in Personal Growth

Wisdom helps each of us make the right decisions for ourselves.   When we are in sync with our needs and understand what is happening in diffe...

How Do You Deal with Worries and Problems?

in Personal Growth

I know that people who worry, which is many of us, don’t want to recognize this as a simple thing called habit. Instead, we see it as a way to...

How To Stay Present in the Moment

in Personal Growth

It’s important to keep the past and the future in those moments and not part of the present moment. It doesn’t mean that we don’t think ...

Follow the Possibilities in Life

in Personal Growth

There are many possibilities to create a life that is richer, happier and with love.    If we choose to unlock the door and let go of "what i...

What Fears Do You Have Looking for a Job?

in Work

A lot of people have a deep belief they are not good enough and are fearful that they will fail in finding a new position. We all experience fai...

Are You a Procrastinator?

in Personal Growth

Are you a procrastinator?   Do you use this title frequently when speaking about yourself?  What if you were to choose not to use this word w...

Is Life a Struggle?

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

As I listen to others around me, I hear a common theme that the nature of life is to struggle.   Do you believe that life is mainly filled wit...

Where Would We Be Without Our Stories?

in Health, Personal Growth

It got me thinking…why do we tell our stories over and over?  What are we seeking when we tell the stories?  Do humans connect better around...

Are You De-Cluttering Your Physical Space?

in Book Selections, Organizing, Personal Growth

Today I want to talk about the physical clutter that surrounds us each day.  All clutter is interconnected and affects all areas of our lives....

What Does Loving You Look Like?

in Book Selections, Personal Growth

With all of the self-improvement books out there, the one underlying foundational advice is that one must love themselves.  Sounds great, doesn...