Weekday Wisdom, Season 4, Episode 1: The first episode of the new season — and New Year — features a chat with author Donald Lee about spiritual goals — what they are and how to set and plan for them.
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Optimism is a learned skill like any other skill or habit you want to develop. Having an optimistic attitude can have a huge impact on your mental wellbeing and resilience, even boosting your immune system and lowering your blood pressure. Studies have shown that optimists have better career prospects and live longer happier lives.
In this test run of a new Weekly Live video, I’ll be starting this month, I shared five tips for developing a more optimistic view of the world.
Weekday Wisdom, Season 3, Episode 9 Are you making a living? Or are you making a life? Watch this episode of the Weekday Wisdom to find out what Winston Churchill had to say on the topic. Run Time: 2 minutes 56 seconds Winston Churchill once said, “We make a living […]
Weekday Wisdom, Season 3, Episode 8 With Thanksgiving coming up this Thursday, I thought it would be a good time to talk about gratitude. In this episode, I share Albert Schweitzer’s quote about being grateful for those who ignite a fire in us and share some tips on how you […]
Do you wonder who really uses vision boards? In the video below, I share seven successful people who use vision boards. Perhaps their success will inspire you to create your own vision board! I’m sure you’ve heard this before: Find someone who has or is doing what you want to […]
Have you ever thought about creating a vision board? If not, watch this video and I’ll share some reasons why you should.
Are you being your own person? Or are you being what others expect or want you to be? Answer the questions in this video to find out!
Weekday Wisdom, Season 3, Episode 5 Are you doing anything remarkable in your life or business? What does it mean to be remarkable? In this episode of the Weekday Wisdom, I talk about author John Green’s quote: “What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try […]