Personal Development

Personal Development

  • Mindfulness Monday Quick Hit #14 ~ Stop Your Busy: And Become Present Just Like That
    Tiffany Guske
    Are you one of those people who has “to get to just one more thing” – constantly? How about needing to be on-the-go all the time out of habit? Well imagine what it would be like if you could just STOP. Stop the busyness and bring in the ahhhhhhh… Most of us spend our time running around doing, ... Read more
  • Mindfulness Monday Quick Hit #1 ~ So Simple
    Tiffany Guske
    Do you want to start your week off right? Check out your Mindfulness Monday Quick Hit below. Step outside and feel your feet firmly on the ground. Close your eyes and take in a deep breath filling your lungs completely. Exhale gently and slowly open your eyes. Notice your surroundings – the air, sky, ground, plants, sounds. Recognize this feeling of calm ... Read more
  • Train Your Brain and Manage Your Anxiety: Mindfulness Gives You The Choice
    Tiffany Guske
    Does it ever feel like you just can’t control your thoughts? Jumping from one anxiety provoking scenario to another without reprieve. Exhausting, stressful and disempowering are descriptors that come to mind. But I have some good news for you. You can control your thoughts. And by managing these little monsters you can find some new and welcomed ... Read more
  • Harvesting Happiness: The One Thing That I Know
    Sandra J Filer
    This is the photo of one happy “farm boy!” And the one thing that I know is it wasn’t always the way he felt about the farm.  In fact, when I met Kim nineteen short years ago, he told me the story of leaving the farm (at the age of eighteen) to later join the Air Force ... Read more
  • Embrace Your Fears and Break the Ties That Bind You
    Melanie Channell
    Fear happens to everyone, and it is no wonder with the t. v. news, the internet, job stress, family issues, and our lives seeming to speed up faster and faster. With the daily information overload we’re bombarded with, we are being collectively programmed to think that the boogie man is around every corner ready to ... Read more
  • Musings of a Struggling Writer
    Anita Russell
    I confess that I am a struggling writer. I often struggle with my writing because I have so much to say but need to organize and structure my thoughts in order to convey exactly what I really mean. Other times I struggle because I have an idea in the recesses of my mind but I struggle ... Read more
  • Do More to SOAR!
    Anita Russell
    Being a Multipotentialite Hello, my name is Anita and I am a multipotentialite. How I love the sound of that word! Career coach, Emilie Wapnick, gives an illuminating discussion in her Ted Talk back in 2015. She defines multipotentialites as those who develop a range of interests, passions and careers over a lifetime. Watching her talk, ... Read more
  • The Joy of Being Proven Wrong
    Angela Papay
    This was originally published on The Blog of A Lighter Soul on July 21, 2015. I do not enjoy being wrong. I may have gotten more graceful with situations that show me the error of my ways (in one way or another) but I still don’t like it. My pride gets wounded every time it happens. ... Read more
  • Shamanism
    Jane Del Piero
    Shamanic Healing / Sacred Plant Retreats / Workshops Shamanism: A Shaman is an individual that has access and influence in the world of the benevolent and the malevolent spirits.  During ritual or ceremony the Shaman enters into a trancelike state. In these altered states of consciousness they encounter and interact with the spirits world and channel ... Read more
  • Stepping Stones – The Journey of Your Life
    Kathy Fyler
    Life is a journey filled with choices, challenges and joy. The choice is always yours. The choice you make is a stepping stone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1qt7hoQ96g Read more
  • STOP CHASING YOUR ZEN…it’s right in front of you.
    Linda Albright
    Do you think God/Spirit/Source is ever confused or overwhelmed? Do you think s/he/it gets worried and anxious about health, relationships, or finances? Then why in the world do we? If we are indeed made in the image and likeness of God, as we’re told, then we, too, have a divine center, a peaceful calm at the ... Read more
  • No Balance = No Satisfaction, No Success
    Linda Albright
    Tired of chasing success & satisfaction? Not sure what you’re doing wrong? Our research shows that most women are following the wrong strategies as they work tirelessly to achieve success and satisfaction. In fact, our studies reveal that most of you are working against yourselves. Ouch! When you follow your proper human design strategy, and you make sure ... Read more
  • When to Break the Rules
    Linda Albright
    A few questions for you: Where have you been following the rules – in life or in business – even though there’s a part of you that knows it’s not good for you? What have you been doing that just doesn’t FEEL right, even if: 1. Everyone else is doing it or 2. Some highly respected authority tells you, ... Read more
  • Creation vs Destruction: Is One More Valuable Than the Other?
    Wanda Buckner, EdD, HTCP, HTACP, CHt, Reiki Master
    Creating something new—whether a relationship, a room of your own, or a collage—feels great! Creation is touted all the time: “Create the life of your dreams;” “Create abundance;” “Create your ideal relationship.” Creation is a valuable, fulfilling, and necessary part of life. What we too often forget, is that destruction is also necessary and valuable. In ... Read more
  • 5 Ways to Give Yourself Love
    Ana Conlin
    You are deserving of your love as much as others are.   You teach others how to treat you.  If you don’t love yourself first, you won’t know how to truly love someone else unconditionally.   Here are 5 Ways to give yourself love because you deserve it. Start within Embrace your existence and honor your true ... Read more
  • Standing in the Fire
    Lisa Winston
    Standing in the fire of conscious entrepreneurship will test and refine you like nothing else can.  And that’s exactly what it is, a refining process.  My own journey has taken time, patience, courage and tenacity.  I have found that the painful experience of hitting walls and pushing through them is absolutely necessary for growth.  In ... Read more
  • Break Free from Pleasing Others at Your Expense!
    Morgan Sontag
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMJgIGydr8k When you come to “Break Free” from limiting beliefs, habits, routines and feelings which no longer work or support what you want, we look at the automatic behaviors, strategies, or personas you have historically engaged in throughout your life. What is a persona? It’s the image you present to the world, an aspect of your character ... Read more
  • Giving and Receiving
    Jill Garaffa
    We are taught as little children “it is better to give than receive”. If you really think about this, while this is a great concept in theory, it is a mathematical impossibility. If everyone is giving, then who is receiving? In order for this to work, someone has to be receiving and it might as ... Read more
  • Your Identity vs The Real You
    Jill Garaffa
    There’s this great little parable of an Old Cherokee Indian telling his grandson about two wolves inside himself that are fighting. One wolf is good: full of peace, harmony and love. The other wolf is evil: full of malice, anger and hatred. The little boy asks his grandfather “which wolf wins?” The grandfather simply says, ... Read more
  • The Journey
    Lora Lora Colautti, CTACC
    We’ve all heard the saying “Life is about the journey, not the destination.” What does it really mean? For me, it’s about remembering that there is never really any destination at all. Through out our lives we have goals and experiences that we want to achieve. Even though they are specific things to get to they’re merely ... Read more