Lao-Tzu said, “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them – that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” When you can accept life the way it …

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Deepak Chopra wrote a column for many years where people from all around the world wrote to ask questions about their personal challenges. He gained incredible insight in listening to feelings of pain, betrayal and despair. I want to share …

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As humans we are so easily distracted. No matter how important something is to us, there can always be a shiny new object that captures our attention. The trick is to stay connected within ourselves so we can face those …

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Taking action that creates a fulfilling and authentic life means that there are bound to be bumps in the road. And rather than letting those bumps divert us, we are committed to finding ways to overcome them. Certainly there are …

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During the 1970’s, Prof Chris Argyris, from Harvard Business School, began to research what happens to organizations and people when they experience obstacles in their paths. The most common response was what he called single loop learning, which focuses on …

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The most important step in building self-confidence is to work on something and get it done. Norman Vincent Peale said, “Action is a great restorer and builder of confidence. Perhaps the action you take will be successful; perhaps different action …

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This Sunday is Father’s Day and it’s our opportunity to honor the dads who have loved and cared for us. Think of the men in your life who’ve influenced you, inspired you, strengthened you, and loved you. Think of men …

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As Emmet Fox says, “you are the channel through which divine action takes place.” The key for all of us is to be clear, listen to our guidance and do our part. Following through means feeling satisfied, connected and alive, …

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According to Aristotle, knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom. So, what comes to mind when you ask the question, “Who am I?” Sibling, parent, child, spouse, friend, or colleague? These may be a few of the roles you …

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There is a chapter in the Art of Extreme Self Care called, “Take Your Hands Off the Wheel”. As you might imagine it’s about letting go of control, asking for help and being willing to receive help when it’s offered. …

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