Category Archives: Blog

October 2021

How to Replace Negative Self-Talk

Remember when you were a kid; you believed you could do anything. However, as we age we learn there are some things in which we do not excel. Many times we take these defeats and begin to generalize them to all kinds of new situations we encounter. Before we try a new activity we often […]

Be A Difference Maker

Although we are going through challenging times in our world today and COVID has dampened many of our spirits, I still want to challenge You to do something that will change your life forever. I want You to find a mirror right now and take a long hard look at the person starring back at […]

September 2021

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Have you ever wondered why people around you behave the way they do? Did you ever wish that some of your family members, friends, or co-workers were a bit easier to communicate with? Unless you are a relationship guru, it is more than likely that you have asked yourself similar questions regarding the behavior of […]

August 2021

Attitude Into Action

When it comes to setting goals and creating a larger vision for our life, I firmly believe the process starts with developing and maintaining a positive, mental attitude. Therefore, through this blog post, I want to share the following strategies which can help turn our Attitude Into Action. Understand the Power of Attitude: Turning attitude into […]

July 2021

Do You Have What It Takes To Be Effective?

In our society today, we often see examples of people who live by the personality ethic. They are concerned with image, appearance, and how they come across to others. These people usually appear to be someone or something they are not; often living two very different lives. A Public Life where they may say all […]

June 2021

Secrets of Making Mistakes and Screwing Up

If you don’t learn from your mistakes there’s no sense in making them I believe when it comes right down to it, the secret of making mistakes and screwing up is an interesting concept.  Years ago, I used to wonder why I had, what I considered to be, more than my share of bad luck.  […]