Value Conflicts are Painful but Rewarding Because They Drive You Deeper Into Yourself to Find Your Own Truth.

October 16th, 2008

Values are morally neutral. There is no right or wrong, nor is there good or bad; there is only different. Stop judging yourself for your values even if they may be different from the values of those around you. By…

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Arrogance, Greed, No Accountability and Irresponsibility Leads to 1 Trillion Dollar Disaster

September 29th, 2008

THERE was a time, in my childhood when I was hungry, abused, forgotten and wrote off as a human being. I was fortunate that I was born with the survival gene and a strong sense of right and wrong, a…

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Passing It On: One woman’s journey from Olympic glory into the hearts and minds of American women

August 16th, 2008

As I write this, the news wires are lighting up with the amazing story of Dara Torres, the 41-year-old swimmer who arrived at the Beijing Olympics as a strong medal contender in not one but two separate swimming events. And…

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A Prescription For Unity: Purpose, Like The Olympics, Brings Us Together

August 8th, 2008

The Olympics serve as a strong reminder that we are a one-world people. Karl Jung favored the Games’ main graphical symbol, the interlocking rings, because they signified the wholeness and continuity that runs through the human race. Those rings tell…

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It Requires Energy to Move to a Different Place

July 10th, 2008

It requires energy to move to a different place, psychologically, than you are at right now. It is easy to just let things be and to continue to buy into the way you are. If you don’t conform to the…

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Uncovering Your Passion and Purpose May Require You to Spend Time Alone.

July 9th, 2008

Uncovering your passion and purpose may require you to spend time alone. Your greatest thoughts and ideas will come in times of quiet reflection and stillness. Remember, your purpose is not something you can just think through and figure out.…

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You Can Make an Assessment of Your Abilities in Order to Help Uncover Your Purpose.

June 26th, 2008

You can make an assessment of your abilities in order to help uncover your purpose. These gifts can be a clue to your purpose; they can help you fulfill whatever it is you believe you are here to do. Talents…

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Have You Found Your Purpose?

June 23rd, 2008

Have you found your purpose? People with a strong sense of purpose share a number of characteristics:

* They love what they are doing.
* Work and leisure time sometimes seem the same.
* When they feel frustrated or irritated with a particular…

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Identify Your Purpose

June 19th, 2008

Identify your purpose by making a list of the people and things that are meaningful to you. On a sheet of paper make two columns. Put the names and things on the first column and in the second column why…

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A Prescription for a Better World: Find 1 Million People Open to Discovering Their Life’s Purpose.

June 18th, 2008

Never has there been a more compelling time to commit to the process of finding your life’s purpose – that work that provides your reason for being and generates a state of bliss and fulfillment. All over the world, a…

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