A merry and a happy everything to you. It's natural as another year comes to a close to reflect on the prior 12 months and consider goals for the next year.
In the summertime, it can be fun to wander aimlessly, exploring hidden neighborhoods and sites that are off the beaten path. But what about when it comes to your life? Are you approaching it the same way? If so, is that working for you?
Motivational speaker and author Gabrielle Bernstein's thoughts on money, trying to get pregnant and having faith amid tragedy.
Fredrik Eklund, power broker and co-star of Bravo's Million Dollar Listing New York, talks about how he's transformed from having a meditation practice.
We recently hosted a vision board and coaching workshop to pave the way for a fabulous 2016. The afternoon included writing an inventory of what we accomplished in 2015, noting what projects are still in the works, releasing emotional baggage by way of helium balloons and creating a conscious map for the year ahead via vision boards.
When I was in college, one weekend I was suddenly compelled to join the cycling club. I assembled all of the biking gear and showed up on time for this miles-long ride. I learned about drafting and felt like a champ riding with the club. I made it to the end (despite a fall that sliced open my thigh) and was proud of myself. But for days after the ride, I could literally barely walk.
For five weeks I have been brushing my teeth with my nondominant hand. I started my left-handed tooth brushing after hearing Uri Galimidi, the president of The Will To Change Inc., say he did it to practice developing willpower. Read More
On Monday night, I moderated a workshop called "Finance Your Dream Life," intended to help demystify the world of money and personal finance. It was a fascinating two hours with panelists talking about mindfulness and money, tracking spending and the nuts and bolts of investing. Read More
Have you let fear stop you from applying for a new job, making yourself vulnerable for a new relationship, traveling to a far off country? You are not alone. But you don't have to let fear impede you from living the life you want. Read More
Are you looking to cut back on your drinking, get married, enjoy life to the fullest or get in shape this year? A full 45 percent of Americans typically make New Year’s resolutions, as per a University of Scranton survey in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, and yet only 8 percent successfully accomplish them. Why?
With 2015 upon us, now is a good time to look at what you're grateful for and that which you want to be rid of. Shedding the negative stuff that you are hanging on to allows room for more of the good stuff to come in. Read More
It's amazing how if you take a small step in one area of your life it can result in change in another area. I was talking to a 60-something-year-old woman who recently returned to Weight Watchers. Read More