Book Of The Week: Think Less; Do More

Over the years, I’ve learned so much from the hundreds of books I’ve read. But as they say, nothing changes if nothing changes. I believe knowledge is (potential) power, but action is real power. We have to take action if we want to see anything change in our lives or accomplish anything that we desire.Continue reading “Book Of The Week: Think Less; Do More”

Book Of The Week: Be You

How many of you feel like you are living your life completely authentic?  What I mean by that is, do you speak up for yourself, are proud of yourself when you do a good job, and do things for the love of doing it? How often do you do these things regardless of what othersContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Be You”

Book Of The Week: Choose Better

Are you tired of feeling unfulfilled and stuck in your current situation? Do you want to make positive changes in your life but don’t know where to start? Look no further than our Book of the Week: “Choose Better,” written by Timothy Yen, Psy.D. This inspiring read offers practical advice and thought-provoking insights on howContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Choose Better”

Book Of The Week: Purpose

One of our needs as humans is the need to matter. Having a purpose that matters gives us hope for the future. Without hope, we don’t have much of anything. If you’re struggling to find your purpose in life, Gina Bianchini has a great perspective in her book, “Purpose.“ She explains why finding your purposeContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Purpose”

The Top 5 Books I Read In 2022

This is my first year-end review and it wasn’t easy to choose among 80+ books. Every book that I read has at least a few nuggets of wisdom. I view books as a way of looking through the lens of the author and experiencing life from their perspective. That’s why I feel I’ve never readContinue reading “The Top 5 Books I Read In 2022”

Book Of The Week: Good To Great

Learning to lead in life and business requires humility and will.  In his book “Good To Great,” Jim Collins explains how a great leader will focus any ego needs on the goals of building a great company rather than on themselves.  A good leader sets a vision and then gathers highly capable “helpers“ to makeContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Good To Great”

The Psychology Of Money

  Money is not a perfect science.  Much of what we believe about money has been conditioned from a very early age. As Morgan Housel explains in “The Psychology Of Money,” much of our financial success depends on how our emotions and beliefs impact our choices. Here are a few key points that I hopeContinue reading “The Psychology Of Money”

If You’re On A Self-healing  Journey, Here’s “How To Do The Work”

I have been on a self-healing journey for several years, and the progress has been slow. There are times when I want to give up and go back to my old ways.  Does anyone else feel that way?  Scrolling through social media, I come across a lot of different perspectives. One day, I came acrossContinue reading “If You’re On A Self-healing  Journey, Here’s “How To Do The Work””

How To Master Your Emotions And Overcome Negativity

  A couple of years ago, I was at a retail outlet and couldn’t help but overhear a conversation between a customer and the customer service representative at the counter. The customer was upset about a purchase, and his tone and frustration escalated to the point that he started name-calling and making personal threats towardContinue reading “How To Master Your Emotions And Overcome Negativity”

How Do You Choose What To Focus On?

As Mark Manson puts it in “The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F***,” we are constantly bombarded with messages to care about everything, all the time. But can this caring about too many things be bad for our mental health? If we are concerned and overly attached to superficial things, our happiness and satisfactionContinue reading “How Do You Choose What To Focus On?”