Tag Archives: self-help

Summer Reading List 2015: Game-Changing Inspiration

On a recent trip to Portland, Oregon, I not-so-accidentally landed in my favorite book shop (more like a department store for bookworms like myself). Most of you are probably thinking, why am I still reading the paper stuff? Though I’ve attempted to read from e-readers and my tablet, a book, to me, just has a […]

The Upside of Being Thrown in the Deep End

Be it a job or a favor, have you ever felt you’ve not understood all there is to an opportunity before committing to it? Perhaps you were distracted by the proverbial dangling of the carrot, be it the payoff or benefits. Or, maybe, you thought you were being of service to a friend. Then, only […]

2014: Keeping It Simple

To get organized, as I have in past years, I started to brainstorm on my home office wall 2014 goals deduced from 2013 lessons. Imagine a rainbow of post-its in tree diagram form with one to three word points per categorized goal on all four walls of a room. Early on this exercise could take […]

Time-Out: 2014 is On Its Way

For many fortunate souls, the holidays are a busy time filled with food and friends and family. While for others it can be a lonely event. Anyone who finds themselves feeling overwhelmed may take a time-out to reflect and regroup for the new year, for a fresh start. Perhaps, there is someone you can reach out […]

4 Items to Help Jump Start Your New Year

As you one year passes by and another approaches, are you figuring out where the time went? Or, are you thinking about goals to work towards in the new year? Here are a few go-to items you can use to plan and organize. Calendar 1: I use Excel or post-it notes, but any simple chart […]