Category Archives: Health and Wellness

FEAR – False Evidence – Action Required

I have an old enough vehicle that all it has is a cassette tape player, so I took out a group of motivation tapes and started listening to them on a long drive. One side was by Jeremy Stansfield talking … Continue reading

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What Are You Worth?

Too often we consider our own worth based on our income, health/looks, companions, occupation, ethnic heritage, age, gender, or any other number of items and thoughts. These might have some influence on us, but none of them are who we … Continue reading

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We are each a Human Becoming

John Addison, of Success Magazine, used this phrase in a video he created that advertises one of his courses. The phrase really stuck with me. How many times do we say to ourselves “I would like to become…” and then acted … Continue reading

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Some Days You Feel Lucky, But….

Are there some days where you just say: “Boy, do I feel lucky to only be in a precarious position but what is the best way to move forward.”  This could be for all sorts of reasons, from loss of … Continue reading

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The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

Have you ever had the feeling, I have been through this before? What am I supposed to learn? Since I was just downsized where I teach, I am now searching for other opportunities. I have my home based business. Contact … Continue reading

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Intent is Necessary, but not Sufficient

Intent is just desire. To live a full life you must be doing, or living an intentional life. I have been looking into some of the writing of John C Maxwell and like what I have been able to gather so … Continue reading

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What is Needed

Too often it is much easier to “go with the flow” than to sit down and do what needs to be done. This includes the mundane (dishes) to the health issues (I don’t feel like taking that walk today), to … Continue reading

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Convergent verse Divergent Thinking

Convergent Thinking – where ideas coalesce around one way of thinking that can produce a common goal or guidance. This is important for a group to eventually move forward and achieve greatness. Divergent Thinking – brainstorming, coming up with many … Continue reading

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Health and Wealth: How Do You Enjoy Both?

Without health, all the wealth in the world cannot be truly enjoyed. Without enough wealth to take care of your basic needs, the health you do have may be hard to keep. Most of my posts have been about health. … Continue reading

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Know What You Are Taking

Before starting any new meds, know all about them, their benefits and their side effects. Ask lots of questions and evaluate the answer. You and your health care specialists are partners who need to work closely together. Continue reading

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