That is what we must do. Go to higher ground, not only to survive the calamities of this century, but to thrive. Words that describe “thrive” are: strong, healthy, flourish, successful. However, it’s not always easy to see the path to those desired characteristics – especially when we’re dealing with multiple crises.
Conquer the world of distractions and discover the power of your thoughts. Become the leader of your mind. If you don’t, the external world will rule your life. Take charge and choose to energize thoughts that will enhance and shape your business and personal life.
The 21st century is proving to be challenging. Everywhere you look there seems to be discontent, upheaval and division. We are witnessing extremes in all areas. Progressives are too progressive and conservatives are too conservative. So why and where are we headed?
No doubt about it, the attack on the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters was shocking, upsetting and difficult to process – no matter what your political leaning. We witnessed
With what seems like a world raging out of control and uncertainty fueling the fire, multitudes of people are dealing with high levels of stress and anxiety. However, fear is the largest contagion that we are confronted with.
When enough people use the power of their mind for the good of all, change takes place. But it takes individuals with strong and focused mindsets to initiate it. Achievement of that is possible under all circumstances. Dire conditions often demand it.
As an author I talk with many people who want to write a book. From memoirs and children’s books to non-fiction, sci-fi and romance novels. However, many people never do.
We find ourselves in a time that is demanding that we solve our challenges at a higher level. The old paradigm will no longer work. As the path of self-awareness takes us higher and deeper into the heart of life, it gives us access to universal guidance, insights and solutions.
More than 4 in 10 Americans are struggling with stress and anxiety reports the CDC. With the volatile political landscape, the fires and floods and the unstable economy, we find ourselves living with super-high levels of uncertainty.
Why do we judge ourselves and others? Because we get trapped in comparisons. Unfairly, even harshly we compare ourselves to others, often based on appearances. Someone is better-looking, more intelligent, talented, rich and/or popular. These common comparisons cloud the depth of our being and…