Tag: Attitude

  • STEP OUT & STEP INTO YOUR TRUE POWER

    STEP OUT & STEP INTO YOUR TRUE POWER

    Step Out of The Mass – Step Within Your True Power With all the amazing benefits of the digital era, also come chaos, misinformation, distraction, turbulence, and decreased productivity, if not effectively harnessed and managed. With an increasing overload of erroneous information blended with truth, it becomes more and more difficult to separate true and […]

  • My Driver Got Me Into This Mess – Get Me Out Of Here!

    My Driver Got Me Into This Mess – Get Me Out Of Here!

    Help! My Driver Got Me Off Track! By now you must have noticed that I use a lot of metaphors and analogies in my writings. I enjoy writing this way, as it gives my readers the unique opportunity to think, re-think, analyze, visualize, and experience my writings in their own very unique life circumstances and […]

  • IF WISHES WERE HORSES – BEGGARS WOULD RIDE

    IF WISHES WERE HORSES – BEGGARS WOULD RIDE

    It is the 27th of December 2016, just 2 days after Christmas, and the final days of 2016… I am lying down on the couch in my living room, relaxing, and watching my 3 little children play and sing together—as they explored and talked about their Christmas gifts with much excitement and joy. I could […]

  • THE VERDICT – A SUICIDAL GENERATION OR IDENTITY CRISES?

    THE VERDICT – A SUICIDAL GENERATION OR IDENTITY CRISES?

    Are we building a suicidal generation or a generation of young people with lost and misplaced identities? Why is suicide the leading cause of death among young people in the UK? “Fundamentally, who you truly are—your core beliefs, values, thoughts, and attitude are grossly responsible for the way you deal with and overcome challenges in […]

  • Gratitude Unlocks The Fullness Of Life

    Gratitude Unlocks The Fullness Of Life

    “Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and […]