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Don’t Let A Bully Rob You Of Good Health

Don’t Let A Bully Rob You Of Good Health

Julius knows he has been bullied since his arrival on the job. While Julius was a stand out during the interview and the search committee liked him, his boss is jealous that he earned his masters at Penn. Julius threw a wonderful party for his [...]
ADDICTED TO ANGER ONLINE?

Addicted To Anger Online?

Can anger be addictive? After working with individuals in the field for over two decades, I would definitely have to say yes! In my recent book “What’s Your Anger Type?”, I address many types of anger, in fact, some of the [...]
Overcoming & Thriving After Abuse

Podcast: Overcoming & Thriving After Abuse

Listen Here: Sharine Jones-Weaver is the author of the new book Reflections of a Woman’s Indiscretions, her personal memoirs based on a tumultuous relationship riddled with abuse, violence, and her near death. Sharine overcame the abuse, [...]

Two Degrees Of Effort Over Time Equates To Exponential Results

Energetic people, dedicated people and individuals with passionate missions utilize the “Two Degrees of Effort Over Time” model in order to bring success into their lives. Introverted, quiet and even timid people engage the same model in [...]

Intuitive Shopping

When you go through a store looking for your item but passing many enticing things that call out to you, and when you then stop, pick up that item, examine it for a few seconds, and put it into your shopping cart, that is called impulse shopping. Stores [...]

I’m Happy Being Ugly

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares drop off like autumn leaves.” John [...]

Podcast: Determination

Keith Buff is an 18 year AVM survivor. Similar to a brain aneurism, it impacts all motor skills and doctors thought he would never walk, eat or talk clearly again. Keith, now a motivational speaker, tells the story of his journey to recovery [...]

Want To Get In The Conversation Fast? Build Your Own On Ramp

We kind of take the entrance ramp for granted. We are so used to getting on the ramp that we fail to see its value. Think about the purpose of the on ramp. Its purpose is to facilitate a car going from street to expressway as quickly as possible. [...]

Worm’s Eye View Versus An Eagle’s Eye View

Worm’s Eye-View During my high school years, quite a few of my classmates hung out in the parking lot—smoking, drinking and wasting time doing nothing. They didn’t complete their homework assignments. Many dropped out to work as tire [...]

Australia: Dancing With Dolphins In The Water

“Let’s cage ourselves and let the animals run free. Let’s find new stars and new songs to follow. Let’s build some foundations under our dreams. For if we have the prowess to destroy the earth, then we can surely save [...]

Unconditional Love: The Soul VS. The Personality

Some confusion nowadays is the result of the mixed messages between loving everyone as a function of becoming spiritual versus feeling emotionally angry with a person’s actions or beliefs. Our world seems full of people in the news – [...]

5 Reasons I Am A Hotel Only Girl And What It Means To You

With every new technology I have tried to embrace the newness. I tried Snapchat and Instagram. Years ago I gave up my beloved flip phone. I have a SMART TV that is smarter than me. I stream Netflix and Amazon like a junkie and I was one of the [...]
What Going the Extra Mile Really Looks Like: 1000 Rings

What Going the Extra Mile Really Looks Like: 1000 Rings

If you are like me, you may be tired of this election process and need something else to focus on. I know I do. This election cycle has given “he said” “she said” a whole new meaning. When I heard about the “1000 rings” it was like [...]

It’s The Communication!

“It’s the economy.” The phrase “The economy“, which James Carville had coined as a campaign strategist of Bill Clinton’s successful 1992 presidential campaign against sitting President George H. W. Bush, has [...]
Do You Believe In Ghosts?

Do You Believe In Ghosts?

Over the last five years, I have been blessed to be part of an excellent TV series, Niagara’s Most Haunted. It took me to some really neat, historic places on both sides of the Canada / USA border. People often ask, “Gee, you shoot the entire [...]

Discover Your Why & Dissolve Your Why Nots

Listen Here: Kathy Sparrow is a self-leadership expert and message strategist, lead author of Ignite Your Leadership: Proven Tools for Leaders to Energize Teams, Fuel Momentum, and Accelerate Results. She’s talking to us today about her [...]
Bullying From the Bully & Victim Perspective

Bullying From the Bully & Victim Perspective

Listen Here: Author Roy Dimond’s exciting new novel, I, Bully addresses the serious issue of cyber bullying. What makes this story unique is that it is told from the perspective of both the bully and the victim. Roy worked at all levels of [...]
Keeping Or Redoing Your 2017 Resolutions and Succeeding!

Keeping Or Redoing Your 2017 Resolutions and Succeeding!

It’s that time of the year, the fresh start, you know the one that you have been waiting for to get it right “this time”! Drum roll please…Time for the latest episode of: ‘These are your New Year’s Resolutions [...]
A Karmic Tie: The Story Of Carrie & Debbie

A Karmic Tie: The Story Of Carrie & Debbie

Recently, I watched an HBO tribute documentary on the lives of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, called “Bright Lights”, published on January 3rd Carrie Fisher died on December 27th, Debbie Reynolds passed a day later, on December 28th. Carrie [...]
Princess Leia Asks: Do You Have Grit?

Princess Leia Asks: Do You Have Grit?

Whether or not you were a Star Wars fan, there is no doubting the effect and influence of the Star Wars movies and the franchise. After Carrie Fisher died, I was reminded of women’s status in our real world and the world of Darth Vader in [...]
7 Types of Men to Avoid

7 Types of Men to Avoid

As the years go by and your dating roster grows longer, you begin to find patterns among men (and women, too, of course). This is not to pigeonhole fifty percent of the population, but rather to make the whole dating process a lot more efficient [...]
Did You Have A Bully-Free Holiday

Did You Have A Bully-Free Holiday?

Matty was always the smaller kid. He was smart, gifted with science, but smaller than his older brother, Tim. For some reason, Tim enjoyed the blood sport of picking on his brother, especially in front of company.  Tim embarrassed Matty about [...]
Switching Emotions

Switching Emotions

A lot of people, from the looks of it on Facebook and other sites, are feeling many negative emotions seemingly from the fallout of our election process – emotions such as anxiety, anger, or gloom. (Many other people are feeling elation, some [...]
What IS an IS NOT Historical Fiction

What IS an IS NOT Historical Fiction

Presently, the trend in popular televisions series and films are plots that make history come alive. For example, the award-winning HBO series Boardwalk Empire focuses on the early 20’s with the rise of the Mobs (Italian, Jewish and Irish) [...]
When an Urban Legend Comes to Life: Sometimes a Unicorn is Real

When an Urban Legend Comes to Life: Sometimes a Unicorn is Real

Wikipedia tells us that an urban legend is a form of modern folklore consisting of fictional stories deeply rooted in local popular culture. A unicorn is an example of urban myth as is ice cream with no calories. Some things just don’t exist. At [...]
Can We Ever Find Unity Again

Can We Ever Find Unity Again?

At the moment, the answer is “probably not soon”. As a nation we seem to be ideologically divided, pitted against one another by our conflicting beliefs and also by the fact that we’re not all in possession of the same types of information [...]
Inclusion v. Tolerance: More Than Food For Thought

Inclusion v. Tolerance: More Than Food For Thought

Over the past year, higher education has had an intense national conversation about the need to diversify its faculty, staff and executive administration. This time has long been coming, as a majority of the young people born are black, brown [...]
Writing Historical Fiction

Writing Historical Fiction

From my perspective as a viewer and historical fiction writer, the hot trend in entertainment right now is storytelling that makes history and historical periods come alive. Below are a few examples demonstrating audiences’ current affinity [...]
Staying Sane In An Insane World

Staying Sane In An Insane World

Is today’s world really insane? Well, an argument can certainly be made for that.  From confusion regarding candidates in a presidential race, to uncertainty over the validity of global warming, from aggressive actions on the world stage, [...]
For National Bullying Prevention Month- Is Your Brand NICE?

For National Bullying Prevention Month- Is Your Brand NICE?

Yes, I realize I am tweaking a title from a recent Sandra Bullock movie… yet the phrase rings loud in my ears.  Is your brand nice? We all go through this world… a world full of political leaders who spend more time sniping than talking [...]
Difference Between An Average Life Vs. A Spectacular Life

Difference Between An Average Life Vs. A Spectacular Life

Do you work a nine to five disinteresting job? Do you watch four hours of television everyday after work? Are your weekends filled with powerboats, beer and grilled ribs? Do you lust for the thrill of the NFL season? Will you be remembered for [...]
You Can’t Always Know – Say Yes Whenever You Can

You Can’t Always Know – Say Yes Whenever You Can

I tell my clients that good things happen when you increase your visibility. The more you are in the spotlight, the more good things happen. I can’t tell clients exactly what will happen, but I guarantee good things of some variety will happen. Recently [...]
Self Advocacy- A Key Component To Bullying Prevention

Self Advocacy- A Key Component To Bullying Prevention

Margie was the new counselor in a relatively large campus-counseling unit.  She was pleased to join the staff right after graduate school. Her interviews went well and the supervisor was impressed with her credentials.  She thought her career [...]
Resilience: What About the Guy Pushing the Rock Up the Hill?

Resilience: What About the Guy Pushing the Rock Up the Hill?

I think we all remember the guy pushing the űber-big rock up the hill only to watch it roll back down again. His name was Sisyphus and he was repeating this action for eternity because he had upset the gods big time.  Why? For being so full [...]
Losing My Anchor At My Mother’s Passing

Losing My Anchor At My Mother’s Passing

This summer, after two years existing under assisted living, my mother passed away peacefully in her sleep. My two younger brothers and I stood near the bed watching her life energy ebb, wane and finally, vanish. She spoke her last words in [...]