Archives for 

Thoughts

The Hidden Power Of Hindsight & What It Can Teach You

What does hindsight teach you? Hindsight is often referred to as 20/20 vision or Monday morning quarter-backing. So typical… it’s already late in the week. Hindsight is foresight late on the scene. It is wisdom that has arrived late to the game. It is an appreciation of events after they have taken place. Hindsight is frequently associated with regret, of hopes […] Continue reading →

A-Z of Acronyms & Initialisms To Inspire You!

This is the whole idea behind initialisms. Greetings! If you missed my Monday post, I wish to extend to you and your loved ones every joy. I trust you’ve enjoyed a wonderful time of celebration with your family and friends. Since this is one of my initial posts for 2014, I thought I would also begin this year with something else that […] Continue reading →

109 Personal Leadership Quotes To Inspire You!

Personal leadership requires transparency. Happy Monday friends, and Happy New Year! Upon entering into a brand New Year, we think of better ways to be and to do. To celebrate this New Year, I want to encourage you in the area of your own personal leadership. To this end, I have selected 109 quotes from among the top world […] Continue reading →

Happy New Year! Out With the Old & In With the New

Happy New Year! May 2014 burst forth with new possibilities. Note: I will return Monday, January 6th with a new post. Happy New Year, friends! The end of year is upon us, so it’s out with the old and in with the new! What’s old are the well-worn paths that lead nowhere. Time to wipe the slate clean. Tabula Rasa, as they say it in Latin. […] Continue reading →

Top 17 Favorite Websites For You To Enjoy!

These are among my favorite websites, I think you'll find great value in them. I trust you are enjoying a little “breather” from the ordinary hustle and bustle of this Christmas and upcoming New Year. Perhaps you’re able to enjoy some extra time, and maybe you’re looking for something out of the ordinary to enlighten or entertain you. With that in mind, I am outlining my Top 17 Favorite […] Continue reading →

Change Your Mind And Keep The Change

What does it take for you to change your mind? Many people resist change. Even more so when it comes to change your mind on a matter. Sir Winston Churchill said, “A fanatic is one who can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject.“ Why do we get so fixated on what we think to be true? Are there other answers? There almost always are. […] Continue reading →

10 Ways To Overcome Loneliness & Have A Happy Life

Loneliness teaches us what we really need. *This post is dedicated to all the lonely souls out there who need some hope, especially at this time of year. If you’re not lonely, I would ask that you please share this post with someone who you know is. Loneliness. We’ve all felt it at one time or another, haven’t we? As Whitney Houston […] Continue reading →

A-Z of Even More Acronyms To Inspire You!

One of the countless acronyms I enjoy creating. Okay, friends, I’ve got a real treat for you today. 🙂 In the I.N.I.T.I.A.L. post, A-Z of Acronyms To Inspire You, I presented an alphabet of mirrored-meaning acronyms and outlined some of my experience regarding them. I am very grateful for the over 600 shares on that post now. If you haven’t read it, I […] Continue reading →

17 Ways To Improve Your Happiness Right Now

We are each responsible for our own happiness. Happiness is soul satisfaction. Happiness is knowing deep down, despite life’s difficulties and challenges, that you are content with who you are and what you have. Yet, many people struggle on a daily basis, searching for “true happiness” and the bliss that they see others enjoying. Many people travel around the world on a quest […] Continue reading →

What Everyone Ought to Know about Alzheimer’s

Glen Campbell was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2011. *This post on Alzheimer’s is dedicated to one of my favorite musicians, Glen Campbell. Of the 35 million people in the world with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), Americans now account for nearly 5.5 million. If you’re not affected by this debilitating disease, be very grateful. 54% of Americans now are. That according to the Fisher Center […] Continue reading →