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positive psychology
28
Jan

Las Vegas Encore to Success

Even Dr. Success™ needs a boost and is in the process of creating her next great Encore to Success. Lucky for me, no place personifies the concept “fake it till you make it”, like Las Vegas. Las Vegas is famous for holding out the promise of a better day and that anything good is possible....
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11
Dec

Positive Psychology Takes A Holiday – 5 Steps to for a December to Remember!

Well, it’s that time of the year again. The days are shorter, and the to-do lists are longer. There are gifts to buy, decorations to hang, festivities to attend (and host), as well as all the normal things that come with the year’s end, like wrapping up financial decisions along with all the gifts (especially...
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04
Dec

Personal Care: The Foundation of Personal Development

So how much time each day, week, month, year, do you spend tending to your spiritual, physical and psychological well-being? Given the time of the year, this may appear a loaded question, yet there is no better time to examine where you put yourself on your list of things to do. This time of year...
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18
Nov

Transformational Life Coaching – By Dr. Cherie Carter Scott, “The Mother of Coaching”

There are many different indicators in today’s world demonstrating that humanity has reached a new level of awareness and appreciation for its own existence. If we look at the shifts in the types of occupations being pursued (and sought after), the abundance of life coaches and personal development mentors is like a mirror held up...
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29
Oct

Using Your Positive Power to Build a Better Life – and Nation

The people of the United States are about to elect a new President. Who that will be may feel to you like a new beginning, or perhaps the beginning of the end! Like all things in our lives, the story you tell about everything, from the impact of the new president, to the economy, to...
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07
Oct

Why Personal Development is So Difficult – Aside from the Fact that We Are Human

Probably the biggest roadblock to our personal development is simply habit. Human beings are creatures of habit. Our brains are literally designed to seek routine – even if that routine is detrimental to us. A habit is anything we do so often that it becomes almost an involuntary process. To our brain, there are no...
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The Lwas of Lifetime Growth
30
Sep

Dr. Success on How to Create a Life Worth Living: The Laws of Lifetime Growth

  Do you ever hit those snags in life where you feel like you’ve stopped growing? Does life become so routine, so much hard work, that all you believe you can do is tread water? When it seems as though there is little room left to dream at the end of a long day of...
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Mayday
20
Sep

Mayday, by Nora Klaver

“Asking for help is a universally dreaded endeavor.” This is the first sentence of Nora Klaver’s book, “Mayday! Asking for Help in Times of Need.” If you’re nodding your head as you read this, you’re not alone. Our modern-day culture applauds independence at ever turn, but it is truly through interdependence that we find our...
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An Hour to Live an Hour to Love
02
Sep

An Hour to Live, An Hour to Love

You may or may not know the name Richard Carlson, but millions of people all over the world have read his, “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff,” books. Dr. Carlson was considered to be one of the foremost experts on happiness around the globe. As the author of thirty popular books, he used humor and every-day...
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