Surrounding yourself with people who fuel you, build you up, challenge you to be better, support you and are they type of people you would like to be like is a critical for developing your own success. Have you ever had someone new come into your life. Clearly troubled and … Continue reading Who are you Spending Your Precious Time With?
What could you do if you had more willpower. Even better, what could you not do? You could not have dessert, not have the large fries, not spend endless hours on Facebook, not jam out on your gym membership, not call that old boyfriend back. The results of American Psychological … Continue reading This mysterious thing called willpower.
It was great chatting with experiential adventure educator Shawn Stratton this week. As the author of Teams on the Edge – Stories & Lessons from Wilderness Expeditions, Shawn has lead more than 200o days of wilderness expeditions in some of the world’s harshest environments all over the world. This may beg … Continue reading And Then Some …
What a fun (and musical) interview with recording artist KeithMAcPherson today – this guys just oozes positive energy and love. Enjoy the podcast of the commercial free show here: Your Life, Unlimited with Stephanie Staples and Keith MacPherson And, his guest blog post… Who Am I Really? Pierre Teilhard de Chardin … Continue reading Who am I Really?
As the self-professed Queen of Embarrassment, I feel qualified to give some tips for getting past those moments you wish never happened. On this week’s radio show I share a few crazy incidents and things I do to push past the initial embarrassment. It’s not a matter of if you … Continue reading Embarrassing Moments, Suddenly Single and what to do about both!
Be curious, not judgemental. I love that saying. Read or listen to this post- your choice… To air on Sept 22 – Judgement, Open Circles and Success Glenn Morison:Debbie Dachinger Streetheart, a band we grew up with in the 80’s was strumming their famous tunes just a few feet from … Continue reading Be Curious not Judgemental
Empowering self and others – it’s a win-win for everyone. This weeks radio show was full of valuable information, some of which I have synopsized here. The Sheepdog Analogy is used primarily in the law enforcement and military community and was coined by retired Lt. Col. David Grossman. Sheepdogs (e.g., police … Continue reading Are You a Sheep or a Wolf? Empowering Self and Others