We have all experienced not making it to the finish line when we have set goals for ourselves. What happened? Many times, we make an excuse to justify not making it, or sometimes things came up to throw us off track and we never got back on. Think about Olympic athletes, do they just wake … Continue reading
Filed under Celebrations …
We know that we can control the way we feel even when a difficult situation arises we have a choice as to how we are going to respond. I found this picture and saying and it really resonated with my internal message to myself. I wish you all a happy Friday and a wonderful weekend! … Continue reading
Take Time Each Day
Life certainly is short no matter what. I was talking with a Doctor who specializes in Oncology and Cancer survival and she told me that she has worked with people who have faced death at the ages 24 and at 94 and all ages in between and each one of them said they wanted to … Continue reading
Set Your Course And Go!
Don’t aim at success – the more you aim at it and make it a target the more you are going to miss it. For success, like happiness, cannot be pursued; it must ensue and it only does so as the unintended side-effect of one’s personal dedication to a course greater than oneself. ~ Viktor … Continue reading
Gratitude is a Consistent Conversation
“Start your week off right by being grateful and then letting someone know that you are thankful for having them in your life” Such a small task, such an amazing difference it will make!
Can You See The Finish Line?
The difference between those that reach their goals and those that do not is often the lack of self-motivation. How can we gain motivation to keep moving ahead to the goals we desire? One way is by understanding the primary reasons for losing or not having motivation in the first place. Once we understand the … Continue reading
Are We Doomed To Keep Making The Same Mistakes?
As I was reading Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carole” the other day and I realized that there were many lessons to be learned from dear old Ebenezer Scrooge. Far to often we get stuck thinking about the mistakes we have made in the past, so much, that our present is spent dwelling in grief, excuses … Continue reading
Creating A Habit For Change
Yesterday, I was listening to an interview with John Assaraf and he was talking about creating habits for change that we desire in our life. As we know making changes is not always easy even when we want the change. It is a known fact that “90% of heart patients do not stick to the … Continue reading
Giving Employee Recognition Rewards or Incentives
The other day, I was talking with an office manager who wanted to know if employee recognition rewards or incentives always had to be monetary? This is a great question. Let’s face it people like money and this is usually the first thing that we think of when we are told there will be incentives … Continue reading
Grateful, Thankful & Blessed
“I originally wrote and posted this blog six years ago. I think it is worth reposting. Let us all count our blessings daily.” Tina During this time of year people begin to make lists of Thanksgiving. I have often wondered why we should wait until this time of year to recognize the things we … Continue reading