Tag: Resilience

Why We Need Humor More Than Ever

Written by on November 9, 2016 in Adaptability, Breaking Barriers with 43 Comments
Why We Need Humor More Than Ever

When you’ve been blindsided by a crisis or find yourself facing unwelcome change, having someone tell you to lighten up or look for the humor in your situation may be the last thing you want to hear … but it may be just what you to need to hear. During times of stress and uncertainty, it’s […]

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How to Build Your Capacity to Manage Adversity

Written by on October 9, 2016 in Accountability, Confidence with 42 Comments
How to Build Your Capacity to Manage Adversity

~ It does not discriminate. We can neither deny nor avoid it no matter how smart we are, how optimistic, or how much money or resources we may have, at some point in each of our lives we will come face to face with adversity. You may not always have the luxury of choosing the […]

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12 Timeless Truisms on Changing Your Life

Written by on August 22, 2016 in Adaptability, Sense of Purpose with 55 Comments
12 Timeless Truisms on Changing Your Life

Sometimes in life you find yourself feeling bogged down like you just can’t move forward. When this is the case, instead of making small changes here and there, you may decide to wipe the slate clean and start fresh. And that was the case for me when I decided recently to take a few weeks […]

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Reflections on the Power of a Willing Heart

Written by on July 25, 2016 in Sense of Purpose with 27 Comments
Reflections on the Power of a Willing Heart

A willing heart opens the door to endless possibilities … “Action is the fundamental key to all success.” “There is absolutely nothing that increases a person’s chances at success more than TAKING ACTION.” “Create a plan for carrying out your desired results and then whether you are ready or not, put this plan into action.” […]

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Strategically Combine Willpower and Self-Discipline to Boost Results

Written by on May 31, 2016 in Accountability with 45 Comments
Strategically Combine Willpower and Self-Discipline to Boost Results

“With willpower and self-discipline, all things are possible. Without them, even the simplest goal can seem like the impossible dream.” Okay, I admit I took a little creative license with President Roosevelt’s quotation by adding “willpower” but in today’s article you’ll see why the two traits are most powerful when strategically used together, and to […]

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Has Stress Become a Way of Life?

Written by on April 5, 2016 in Emotional Mastery with 52 Comments
Has Stress Become a Way of Life?

Do you ever have days where you start to really wonder why you repeatedly find yourself in stressful situations? A little stress in your life is actually good for you. It fuels your creativity and keeps your immune system alert. The key word is little. When you find yourself constantly rushing from activity to activity […]

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