How do we get good at anything – practice, practice, practice. This point was recently hammered home while attending a conference where an interactive professor shared with us that he wrote one interactive exercise every day. To repeat he wrote one brand new exercise everyday. On the second day of … Continue reading Why My Daughter’s Boyfriend Wrote Me a Poem…
Many of us are looking for creative ways to spend less and enjoy more. Today’s podcast goes from toilets to taxes with plenty of fun in between! While researching for this weeks show on your money, I found some great ideas that make sense for saving cents, my favourites are: Decide … Continue reading More Money in Your Pocket – Sensible, Easy, Painless
I hosted a party this recently and you know how it is when you are hosting, running around checking, cleaning, serving, prepping … Well at one point in the evening one of my friends came up to me and said, “I have to tell you something.” He had a very … Continue reading Would you tell?
A quote from a MoMondays audience member sums it up pretty darn good, “We were overcrowded and hot, but we didn’t care!” Here’s the synopsis and contact information for our August 12, 2013 Motivational Mondays. Another sold-out, standing room only crowd was wildly entertained by local musician Ken Pinchin, you … Continue reading The Post-Event Scoop for MoMondays Winnipeg – August 12, 2013
Ron Bilton (http://onepieceofalife.com) has written his autobiography and you should care. Why? Because it is a story that needs to be told and more importantly it’s a story that needs to be heard. As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Ron’s story goes from a young traumatized boy, to the height of … Continue reading One Piece of a Life
When you make the normal unexpected – sparks ignite! After sending out this month’s e-newsletter, I received many (many, many!) auto-responder messages that said something like …”I am away on vacation and will be returning to the office August 15th. I will respond to your email then. Thank you.” Yawn. … Continue reading Vacation Bug? Creative Touchpoints that Make People Say Wow!
Worry, worry, worry. Stew, fret, worry some more. Are you a worry-wart or are you related to one? Defined, worry means to torment oneself with or suffer from disturbing thoughts. Doesn’t that sound awful — who would want to do that? Personally, I find worry a pesky waste of my time. If what … Continue reading Winning the War on Worry
Hi there,This is a bit longer and carries a more serious tone than my usual posts but it’s important so I hope you can read it as your time allows. You can also scroll down to the larger font to read the challenge and skip the story part, if you … Continue reading Have you ever wanted a re-do? August E-news
Improving your love life by attracting positive people Unlike in science, where positive attracts negative, in social interactions, being positive attracts other positive people. A great love life – one that features interesting dates that lead to great relationship prospects – is built on meeting positive people to share interests, … Continue reading Improving Your Love Life – Attracting Positive People