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Elizabeth Colella's picture

This Will Make You A Hero

super hero

I have a challenge for you. But first, check out one of my favorite quotes:

“You are the hero of your own story.”  —Joseph Campbell

Laurie Erdman's picture

Playing Big At Work: Personal Fulfillment Isn’t Reserved For The Entrepreneur


I am approaching the third anniversary of my coaching, training and consulting business after twenty plus years in corporate America. As I’ve reflected upon my successes and growth opportunities (I no longer see them as failures) during my long career and shorter business, I realized that a new paradigm has arisen in the marketplace and conversation.

Steve Sisgold's picture

Setting “Whole Body” Intentions As A Gift To Yourself.


In the years that I have been a seeker and teacher of personal growth, I like many others, have searched for the “magic bullet”, the newest formula, the ultimate solution to help me set and manifest my goals and to stop self-sabotaging behaviors and limiting beliefs that stop me from achieving those goals.

Mike Robbins's picture

Appreciate Your Age

Because of my 40th birthday, I’ve been thinking a lot about this milestone and also reflecting on age in general.  40 seems like a pretty big and important number, although it doesn’t feel how I thought it would feel.  When I was younger, 40 seemed pretty old to me.  Now that I’m here, my perspective has changed quite a bit.

Dr. Danielle Dowling's picture

How To Stop Self-Doubt (+ Grown Up Decisions)

Change Your Thoughts

At some point you will have to decide:
I don’t want to worry as much
battle as much
compare, judge or self sabotage as much.  

Anonymous's picture

Cultivate Your Limitless Capacity To Love


A loving heart is within all of us, a treasure trove of compassion, kindness, warmth, peace and joy.

Love can flow out toward others, or just glow from within us, with no particular recipient in mind and heart, other than the one and all.

Melanie Bates's picture

Dear Women, Enough With The "I'm Sorry"

I'm Sorry

I went to the grocery store a few weeks ago. I needed a package of Almond Joy pieces and some celery. (Don’t judge.)

I had taken one of those little mini carts, just in case I got a hankering in the chocolate aisle, and upon returning it, goods in hand, I was met by a lovely woman unloading her groceries from her own itty bitty cart so she could carry them to her car.  As I approached her, she looked down and muttered, “I’m sorry.”

Tinamarie Bernard's picture

How I Finally Overcame The Body War Against My Breasts

body war

This is the tale of two women and four breasts on a journey in Italy seeking something bigger than cup size. At each stop along the way, first in Rome and then in Tuscany, we'd peek into Italian lingerie shops and pose the same question. “Do you carry bras for fuller figured women?”

American woman are larger compared to Europeans. My friend and I are both taller and bigger by any standards, and if you’re someone with larger breasts (D and E cup) you know how frustrating it can be to:

Stacey Curnow's picture

How To Use A Mirror To Reflect A Great Light

Anne Lamott once wrote, “The great good news is that we’re not all crazy at the same time.”

The thing is that my clients often tell me that they and their partners are always crazy at the same time. And this does, in fact, make sense because we all have “mirror neurons” in our brains.

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