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With my history of lifting weights heavily for several years and having a genetic disorder that affects the way my body heals, I have placed a huge emphasis on giving my body what it needs in order to heal properly from any abuse or injury it may suffer. It took a long…Continue
by Pete Ferguson
I love Infographics! I subscribe to receive emails with several a day and I'm constantly surfing the Internet for new examples of how to breakdown complex information into a graphic representation.
This topic of job interviews is a great one. One of my largest pet peeves when I'm the interviewer is when I ask the applicant what…Continue
I have been working with nonprofit organizations for many years successfully increasing sponsorship partnerships on a regular basis. Because of my success I have chosen to share my secrets with nonprofit organizations and entrepreneurs. Since we launched this program in September 2013, we have helped organizations bring in over $1,000,000 in sponsorships dollars!
Our community is growing and I want you to be a part of it. My…
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Balance and harmony and reciprocity are all part of the natural order. Subsidiarity is the reciprocal of federation and both are necessary for the advancement of civilization.
Federation is beneficial but when it is allowed to go beyond the bounds of moderation it is nothing but centralization which is obviously a movement towards tyranny.The rising cries for secession from the tyranny of centralization are really just the equilibrium forces at work,…
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The day before Easter my daughter attended the funeral of a young man killed in an accident. This was also our family’s first Easter without my beloved aunt. These events reminded me of a Bible passage that beautifully juxtaposes the hope of Easter with death but contains a phrase that has confused me:
“54 When the perishable has been clothed with the imperishable, and the mortal with…Continue
The following is a guest blog from internationally known pianist and composer, Elizabeth Borowsky. She shares a compelling story of the impact of the mental game in her wide range of students leading up to a performance. Learn the power of…Continue
So far in the “Ten Commandments For Making Money” series, you’ve learned Jewish wisdom about being a leader, knowing yourself, why you shouldn’t pursue perfection, the dignity and morality of business, and extending your connectedness.
Today I’ll reveal commandments #6, 7,…Continue
“…a happy state of mind has a corresponding physiological state as well wherein hormones and neurotransmitters of the central nervous system get kicked into action, thus resulting in an influx of the same into your blood stream. According to scientific evidence, happy and positive states of mind induce…Continue
This podcast is about a 20-year CAREER ATTORNEY turned RELATIONSHIP author and coach. (Jump to the show.)…Continue
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In Susan Cain’s book Quiet: The Power of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking she wrote about three key steps in identifying work you love.…Continue
Welcome to 'Monday Mastery' with Brian Holmes! Each Monday morning, we provide you a video segment that is designed to encourage, motivate, challenge, and develop you as a leader and influencer. In this segment, Brian continues his series on 'The 7 Mountains and Your…
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This is a picture of my friend and fellow teacher, Susan. She is putting together an arts festival for our school and an arts career day while helping with testing and teaching her usual 25+ classes a week. Can you relate? You're trying to balance your day job, your family and social life and then on the side…Continue
When someone you love dies, you remember the anniversary of their death. Sometimes you can mentally prepare for this anniversary and at other times you can’t. My grandfather died right around Easter eleven years ago. His first Sunday in heaven was Easter.
I published my first 'how to' art ebook on Amazon in October last year. It is selling 8 - 10 copies a day and makes me around £400 ($670)
This proved the concept to me, as I have a website used by artists, I have now many contacts. I approached wildlife artist David Stribbling, he was…Continue
The best part about living outside Kalamazoo is biking through the rolling vineyards stopping along the way for wine tasting. As one young tour guide once told me “Western Michigan is very similar to France. Lake Michigan is just like the Atlantic Ocean, that’s why the climate and wines are so similar”.
This proves 2 things: This guide was too young to drink wine and she had never been to France.
But that is not craziest thing I've heard in a tasting room. When a friend…Continue
I have been honing, tweaking, and refining my niche, brand and message like a sculptor perfecting their work. I work with students to help them understand who they are, so they can pursue what they are meant to do. I couldn't find any books on the subject specifically for this age group. There were plenty on all the ins and outs of getting into college, but what if that wasn't a fit? There were some experts who touch on it, but I think if you…Continue