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love
25
Feb

17 Shades of Love

Being 17 years old allows for a view of the world I, and many I work with, would benefit from revisiting.  At 17 years old you have lived long enough to experience the full range of human emotions and challenges, yet not old enough to think you cannot positively impact your future. On this past...
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12
Feb

Don’t Die Waiting to Find Love

Enough time has passed that your 2015 intention to attract an outstanding relationship seems like the vision of a drunk party girl on New Year’s Eve, but do not despair.   You are only three steps away from finding the truest love of your life.  As we are in the month almost annoyingly devoted to...
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10
Feb

Selfless Love

By Andrea Goeglein Hannah Brencher has nailed being of service to others, writing, love…this is what we should all do as often as we think about it.
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19
Aug

Friends, Love and Letting Go By Jada Yarbough

By Jada Yarbough (who turns 18 August 20) Should I let go of someone I love? Have you ever had to ask yourself that question? I did recently and the answer was hard to take but the positive impact on my life has led me to appreciate the importance of asking the question. It is...
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12
Jun

Perfect Father’s Day Gift

For Dr. Wayne Dyer, the perfect Father’s Day Gift this year is creating a book with his daughter, Serena Dyer.  It is also a perfect gift to me too, since their new book is the first Don’t Die ™ title to be licensed to their publisher, Hay House.  The following newsletter arrived today from Dr. Dyer announcing Serena’s...
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17
Sep

Random Acts of Kindle Kindness Grows Dreams

During the month of August, I created Random Acts of KindleKindness.  The act entailed sending Kindle copies of Don’t Die with Your Song Unsung to friends, coworkers, clients, etc.  To seed the Acts, I gave the executive director of the Fredrick Douglas Family Foundation $10 and told him to send copies to 10 people he thought...
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05
Sep

Finding My Voice

Today, September 5, 2012 marks an anniversary of sorts.  Today is the one year anniversary of the day I stood up in a church as an officiator was spewing hatred from the pulpit and slowly and repeatedly kept saying, “Father, please stop speaking.” Eventually, he stopped.  The security guard came to remove me, which was...
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26
Jul

Three F’s to Live By

Forgive Focus Future Forgive the past. Focus on the present. Create your future. Need I write more? Peace is a process – whether it is world peace or personal peace. Thank you,  Andrea T. Goeglein, PhD http://www.linkedin.com/in/drsuccessphd https://www.facebook.com/DrSuccessPhD P.S.  I took this photo at the Stanford Shopping Center in September 2011.  I titled it in...
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25
May

What Do You Value?

ow this old post really made me smile.  I found as I was planning this trip that I have a very cheap streak.  That streak is along the lines of never wanting to invest money on ‘side trips’ — I like to go first class, stay first class, spend first class — but don’t like...
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12
May

Mother’s Day and Chicken Soup

As I drove from errand to errand today, I was listening to NPR.  There was a food show playing between 1:30 and 2:00 p.m. PST on 5/11/12, but I am not sure of the name of it.  The message, however, caused me to feel great joy and appreciation.  The part of the show I caught was talking...
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