Who isn’t interested in making relationships better? My conversation with Executive Coach Steve Lishansky on Your Life, Unlimited radio proves it doesn’t have to be that hard. Enjoy his guest post here and you can listen to our entire July 12, 2013 CJOB radio interview here as a podcast: http://www.cjob.com/Shows/Episodes.aspx?PID=2553. High … Continue reading What’s Most Important?
How old are you going to live to be? If I live to be 94, then I am exactly middle age – how about you? This week we made the 8 hour driving trek to visit my Auntie Rose who lives all by herself in the same home she has … Continue reading Advanced Aging Principles – Observations of a 94 Year Old!
Another sold out success! Our talent wowed the crowd and the crowd wowed us with their enthusiasm, energy and openness to the eclectic range of speakers. Here is this need to know information about this month’s talent: Cobble stone streets, candle lit cafes, and the muse. A song. Captivaitng listeners, … Continue reading More that Motivation at MoMondays Winnipeg – June 24, 2013
What is your relationship with time? Good, bad or indifferent? It wouldn’t surprise me at all if the time bandit often has you frustrated at how quickly the days, months and even years seem to disappear and how difficult it seems to get anything done in the time you want it … Continue reading A New Relationship – With Time
I ran into a classmate from grade school the other day – he was someone who had a tough time in many ways at school. As we chatted, I asked him where he lived and his answer shocked me, “The Salvation Army, I’ve been having some issues with depression but … Continue reading Living Without Mental Illness
If you had to write the story of your life and the title of the story was called “My Life” – how many exclamation marks would be appropriate to put at the end? One, two, none? I have recently started taking a writing course. One may think I should have … Continue reading Life Without Exclamation Marks
Following the recent post about enriching the relationships with your aging parents, I decided this important topic needed to go deeper and so it was the topic of our April 26, 2013 radio show. (http://www.cjob.com/Shows/Episodes.aspx?PID=2553) We broke the show into three parts; the healthy senior, the senior who needs more … Continue reading You and Your Aging Parents – Part 2
If I asked you how many hours a day you sat down – what would you say? Hint – it’s probably more than you think. As human beings we are not meant to sit all day. We are not mean to be sedentary and this lifestyle is killing us. Sitting … Continue reading Sitting is Killing You
I love marmalade! I hardly ever have it because no one in my house likes it so I don’t buy it. In fact, I don’t think I have ever actually bought a jar of marmalade in my whole adult life. When I go to a restaurant and the have those … Continue reading Small Pleasures
April 22, 2013 keep our record of 4 out of 4 sold-out MoMondays in Winnipeg. It was another brilliant event that left us inspired, enlightened and attuned to what really matters. Some of the things we do differently at MoMondays in Winnipeg is that: We always have musical entertainment prior … Continue reading Motivational Mondays Review