Monthly Archives: January 2015

Fear | Doubt | Indecision
Fear | Doubt | Indecision

Fear | Doubt | Indecision Your “subtle enemies” of indecision, doubt, and fear sometimes remain hidden in your subconscious mind. Here they are difficult to locate, and still more difficult to eliminate. You have to identify them at their root, remove them, and replace these enemies with your friends- will power definite major purpose decision…

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Staying connected
Staying connected

There’s a fine line between staying connected with others and constantly interfering in their lives. What’s important is to be able to regularly interact with those people that matter to us. It’s amazing in this day and age how technology enables us to stay connected with anyone we choose no matter where they live on…

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What you need to know about Self Management
What you need to know about Self Management

Having gone through a couple of years of bad health, especially with my eyes problem, I decided enough was enough and it was time to once again get in control of my health. It was so easy to give myself excuses as to why I should eat badly, stay sedentary and avoid exercise and drink…

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A Life That Matters
A Life That Matters

This blog post was written on the 8th April a big day in the life of someone who lives a life that matters to me, and hopefully she realises that her life does matter, and the contribution she makes to the world could have a major impact. To see the transformation of any human being…

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RIP Mum You’ve left a Legacy to be proud of
RIP Mum You’ve left a Legacy to be proud of

That day, every son or daughter at some stage in their life comes to dread has arrived for me. The loss of their parent. Today, Saturday the 22nd of February 2014 at 6.12am my mother passed away.I am not mourning the death of my mother I am celebrating the legacy of her life. Long ago…

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Make the most of old age
Make the most of old age

For the past few days I have been looking after my aged Mum and Dad to give my sister a break and allow her to go to a party down in London. A deserved break for her. While I sit at their dining room table working on building my online business and writing blog posts,…

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Why Do I Blog On Personal Development
Why Do I Blog On Personal Development

I’ve asked the question ‘why do I blog’ of myself before, but never why do I blog on personal development? After all I’m not Anthony Robbins. I’m certainly not Brian Tracy. Definitely never written Chicken Soup for the soul Series, so I’m not Jack Canfield. I may be quite successful but not in Stephen Covey’s…

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Give It Your All Or Give It Up
Give It Your All Or Give It Up

Are you content both personally and professionally? Alternatively do you frequently struggle with feeling frustrated, inadequate or unhappy? I want you to look at what you are doing. Take a long, hard look. Are you really putting it all in? Do you commit 100 percent emotionally, mentally and physically to what you do? I encourage…

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Ensuring a Safe, Successful School Year – A Child with Celiac and/or Food Allergies
Ensuring a Safe,  Successful School Year – A Child with Celiac and/or Food Allergies

It’s getting that time of year again, when schools are finishing up testing and winding down the year of learning. For most, the children are looking forward to a summer of fun and excitement while the parents may be looking forward to a planned vacation, or just the absence of nightly homework assignments. But for…

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Look At Your Inner Dialogue So Others Words Do Not Hurt You
Look At Your Inner Dialogue So Others Words Do Not Hurt You

We have all heard the saying “Sticks and stones can break my bones but words will never hurt me,” and I can’t think of a more incorrect saying in the English language. I was speaking to somebody the other day who was very hurt by the words of others; it was more that she was…

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