I’m in the process of writing my “Mother of the Groom” speech and reliving many memories of my son when he was small. It’s making me emotional but above all, very proud of the man he has become. I remember when my boys were little, how they loved to sit and look at the photo … Continue reading Learn to Celebrate You
Is life about winning and losing for you? Are you the kind of person who bets it all on one roll of the dice? I am a reality TV fanatic. I like the competition, the relationships, the plots and even the backstabbing on some of the shows. I am very aware that most of them … Continue reading All-Or-Nothing Approach To Success Makes Failures Of Us All
I’m a pretty black-and-white thinker. I’m all about an action plan, a solution, a strategy. I provide solutions to my clients, my friends and my family. I can always come up with solutions to other people’s problems. It’s my issues that are the problem. Sometimes my issues feel too big, too close, and too emotional … Continue reading Can you ask for help?
Click here to view this email in your browser. Stress Strategies & Solutions: Webinar On December 21 @ 2pm ET Hi David Listen to our weekly podcast to get three quick tips to help cope with stress: (2min podcast) … Continue reading Do you have too much stress? Webinar December 21, 2016
Are you a happy person? I mean, do you generally look at life optimistically, or are you more pessimistic or realistic or even—gulp—negative? If you’re not sure, you can test yourself with the glass-half-full analogy. Do you see the glass as half-full or half-empty? Or maybe you just think the glass is too small? Some … Continue reading I’m optimistic that you can become more optimistic
Have you ever noticed that you don’t notice how cluttered your house looks until you invite company over? That you don’t see how dirty the walls are until you put your house for sale? You don’t notice that your wardrobe is outdated until you watch “What Not To Wear”? Likewise, you don’t see the things … Continue reading You can’t see the forest for the trees
Recently I was reminded about the importance of choices and attitude. It took a while for me to learn the lesson, but once I did, the evening made so much more sense. I had volunteered to do a talk for a group of teen moms in my area. My cousin had asked me to speak … Continue reading A life lesson sinks in – 12 hours later
As you may know, I’m a reality TV fanatic. My favourite of them all is The Biggest Loser. I am so motivated by what these people can do, by the challenges they face, the obstacles they overcome, and their sheer drive to lose an incredible amount of weight in a very short time.
Plus, I don’t eat a thing while I’m watching The Biggest Loser, which is good for me.
How is your negativity level? We are the depths of winter, and as I write an enormous snowstorm is pounding on over 100 million Americans. Even we Canadians are scared of this storm, and the media is having a heyday. The panic is widespread, the cancellations started 24 hours in advance and you would think that most of us had never dealt with snow before.