Patience IS a Virtue ~ Guest Post with Frances Holinda

“Patience is not the ability to wait but how you act while you’re waiting” ~ Joyce Meyer Patience, or the ability to tolerate difficult or uncomfortable situations without getting angry or upset, is a healthy, valuable skill that has many benefits. Yet, patience contradicts our instincts; the instinct to satisfy our needs whenever we’re able Read more about Patience IS a Virtue ~ Guest Post with Frances Holinda[…]

Try It…You’ll Like It! ~ Guest Post with Frances Holinda

“How do you know you don’t like it if you haven’t tasted it? “~ Everybody’s Mother You didn’t know it at the time, but Mom was talking about a whole lot more than brussels sprouts! After all, how can we experience all that life has to offer if we’re not even willing to “taste” it? Read more about Try It…You’ll Like It! ~ Guest Post with Frances Holinda[…]

What Is #PerspectiveShift? ~ Guest Post with Frances Holinda

What exactly is #perspectiveshift you ask? Ok, maybe you didn’t actually ask, but I’m going to explain it anyway. Let’s start by saying what it’s not. It’s not the optimistic viewpoint vs. the pessimistic viewpoint (i.e. glass half full vs. glass half empty). It’s not turning every negative into a positive (because there are truly Read more about What Is #PerspectiveShift? ~ Guest Post with Frances Holinda[…]

The Power of Apologizing: Why Saying “Sorry” Is So Important

The Power of Apologizing: Why Saying “Sorry” Is So Important By Kelsey Frizzell January 12, 2015 Why is it so important to apologize? As Greg LeMond once said, “sincere apologies are for those that make them, not for those to whom they are made.”   When I was growing up, every time I took my Read more about The Power of Apologizing: Why Saying “Sorry” Is So Important[…]

3 Tips On Making Friends & Gaining AMAZING Social Skills

3 Tips On Making Friends & Gaining AMAZING Social Skills By Judy Helm Wright January 31, 2014 Expand your circle of friends! Learn how making friends and creating lasting friendships can enrich your life.   You meant to compliment your boss on the new jacket, but it came out in a negative way. “That outfit Read more about 3 Tips On Making Friends & Gaining AMAZING Social Skills[…]

Using Positive Experiencing & Visualization to Become Your Ideal Self

Using Positive Experiencing & Visualization to Become Your Ideal Self By Paula Fellingham Your mind is your most valuable tool in life, so start using those visualization skills – your life is about to change! Read more at theWINonline.com!     I Practice in My Head   Alex Morrison, a world-famous golf instructor, actually worked Read more about Using Positive Experiencing & Visualization to Become Your Ideal Self[…]

Conquering Your Fears

Conquering Your Fears By Dr. Natalie Forest February 4, 2014 What is fear and what is it doing to you? Conquering your fears is possible, & doing so will lead you to greater achievement than you ever thought possible.   Fear is a learned emotion, a learned behavior that we are not born with.  Just Read more about Conquering Your Fears[…]

How To Live Well On One Income

How To Live Well On One Income By Paula Fellingham March 4, 2015 Learning how to live off of one income can sometimes be overwhelming , but there are ways to do it and still live comfortably.   Chances are, if you’re part of a two-income household, there have been times when you wondered or Read more about How To Live Well On One Income[…]

The Success Secrets of Walt Disney

The Success Secrets of Walt Disney By Paula Fellingham What principles were the keys to Walt Disney’s amazing success story? Read more to find out in Paula Fellingham’s latest article!   After reading everything about Walt Disney I could find and talking to senior executives who knew him, I’ve identified the principles that helped make Read more about The Success Secrets of Walt Disney[…]

The “Blame Game” and Taking Personal Responsibility

By Paula Fellingham It’s easy to play the blame game when we get upset, however taking personal responsibility for one’s actions is important.. Marlene was furious at David, her husband. It was 7:30 at night and he still wasn’t home. She had made a lovely dinner and had prepared his favorite dessert. Marlene and both Read more about The “Blame Game” and Taking Personal Responsibility[…]