Too Trusting? 10 Warning Signs You’re Being Snookered

Trusting too muchYou feel like a complete idiot when it happens.

At first there’s complete shock and disbelief.

Then when reality sinks in, you want to punch somebody’s lights out.

“How could I have been so stupid?” “Why didn’t I see it coming?” “I can’t believe she would do that to me.”

We’ve all been there. We’ve trusted someone… Continue Reading…

Top 50 Life Lessons You Must Learn

Important life lessonsYou know the old saying, “Youth is wasted on the young?”

I think about that on occasion — how I wish I’d had the self-awareness, confidence, and joy I have now when I was in my twenties and thirties.

So much of life is wasted on worry, regret, pain, and heartache. Of course some… Continue Reading…

Distractions: 10 Ways To Reclaim Focus And Productivity

DistractionsImagine this . . .

You wake up in the morning with four big things you want to accomplish for the day. You hop out of bed, grab your coffee, and hit the ground running.

You feel energized and your mind is clear. You begin the first task and complete it in record time. You’re proud… Continue Reading…

50 Habits Happy People Always Avoid

happy peopleYou want to be happy. So do I. And there’s good reason for it.

A growing body of research tells us happiness isn’t just a lovely feeling — it’s also quite good for you. It’s been linked to a load of life benefits including a higher income, a stronger immune system, and even a… Continue Reading…

How Confidence Stokes Your Love Relationships

relationship confidenceA guest post by Ben Altman

Confidence.  You know it’s important — a key to success in business, relationships, and life.

Hopefully you feel confident most of your day. But what about those times when you don’t?

What about those times when you feel you don’t have what it takes to attract a loving relationship into… Continue Reading…

Financial Freedom: How To Be CFO Of Your Own Life

Financial freedomI admit I don’t enjoy managing money.

I get no thrill from scrutinizing my investments, analyzing the stock market, and pondering ways to make my money work for me. I definitely don’t enjoy paying bills, creating spreadsheets, and tracking expenses.

Money has always felt abstract to me. The majority of it sits somewhere in a… Continue Reading…