Archive for August, 2010

Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life

The real secret is that whether you feel sad, broke, lonely, overweight, depressed, overwhelmed or hopeless, you have the power within yourself to change the way you look at life and ultimately the power to change your life. Oftentimes we spend too much time thinking about the negative parts of our life. But what we [...]

Assertiveness is Self-Love

There is so much pain and grief in personal life because people are not able to say “no”. You need to know your worth to be able to say “no”. When someone offers you a job you don’t really want, just say “no”, if you agree to do something you’re not excited about, you will [...]

5 Self-Confidence Tips to Feel Better in Social Situations

Do you want to know how to feel more confident in social situations? If you’re like many people, the answer is yes. All too many suffer from low self-confidence, especially when around others. Fortunately, nobody is doomed to a lack of self-confidence for life, and there are many steps you can take to feel better [...]

Learning to Focus on Our Strengths, Not Weaknesses

Growing up, I liked playing a lot of sports, especially hockey, soccer and football. But one sport I really hated to play was baseball. It wasn’t because I thought it was a boring sport (well, actually I do, but that’s besides the point). Instead, it was simply because I was terrible at it. No matter [...]

A Simple Act of Courage

Remember when we were kids and nothing was impossible to imagine or to do? We dreamed of being a doctor, fireman, police officer. What was your “not-so-impossible-dream?” Is it still here with you? Now that we are all grown up and life is no longer as simplistic as we used to see from a child’s [...]

Riding Attitude – Getting it Right

“Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better.” — Emile Coue I have had a few clients lately who have been doing the whole “I’m not good enough” thing. So I thought in this article I would explore the notion of getting it right, and the addiction a lot of people have [...]

4 Keys to Being Empowered by Your Image

Recently on a segment of Oprah, I saw two people sharing their shame of going out in public due to their appearance. I’d heard this plaguing experience from a few women I know as well. It seems that image can be something to boast about or be ashamed of, rather than something to be empowered [...]

Stop Reading and Start Doing!

In this day and age of social media, e-zines and enough self-help books to absorb the oil spill, it becomes incredibly easy to get tied up in reading about the life you want instead of LIVING IT. Of course, there is a great deal of knowledge to be gained by such experts and stories but [...]