Lost Your Mojo? 10 Ways to Get Your Groove Back

Remember how it felt on your best days when you were twenty-five?

The world was your oyster.

You were full of energy.

You didn’t have too many responsibilities.

You were probably turning a few heads and tripping the light fantastic. Your mojo cup was full to the brim.

How’s that cup looking now? Are you down to the dregs? You don’t have to be old to feel the effects of mojo depletion.

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4 Essential Ways to Build Self-Esteem


“Trust yourself. Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life. Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.” ~Golda Meir

This is a guest post by Joe Wilner.

When you look at yourself in the mirror, how do you feel? What are the thoughts you have, and what do you say to yourself?

No matter the answer to these questions, everyone has the potential for healthy self-esteem. It’s within all of us, we just need to cultivate it, and understand the many factors that influence its growth.

There are some things that can be changed in life, and other things that cannot. One thing that can be changed, or at least improved, is our skill set.

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Your Answers Will Change Everything

“I am a little pencil in the hand of God who is writing a love letter to the world.” ~Mother Teresa

That quote from Mother Teresa jumped off the computer screen from a page of quotes and landed right here on my blog post.

She is expressing exactly what I’d like to be for my readers, for you — a little pencil offering something worthwhile and inspired to make your life measurably better. Although I guess in my case, I’d be a little keyboard.

My post today is a request. It is a request for you to help me in my work to help you.

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A Simple Guide to Making New Friends

Our old friends are like comfortable blue jeans. They are worn in, reliable, non-binding, cozy, patched in places, but still a perfect fit. We’ve had them so long, they are like second skin.

Old friendships are worth tending, nurturing and growing because these are the people who love us and see the best in us in spite of our flaws.

Over the course of a lifetime, you may have a handful of really deep and intimate friendships.

Sometimes these few friendships are enough. They are so comfortable that the idea of making new friends seems unnecessary — and even a little intimidating. But what happens if you move to a new city you?

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5 Rules for Relationship Peace

This is a guest post by Hugh DeBurgh

Dear Friend,

It was an ugly scene.

She had just thrown something at the wall.  I could tell from the sound that it did some damage.  For a second I imagined that sound being my head.  And I wondered how we had gotten to this point.

It was a stupid argument.  I don’t even remember what started it.  And I had no idea how to end it.

Sound familiar?

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8 Life-Altering Medical Breakthroughs on the Horizon

The next ten to twenty years will be an astounding time for medical breakthroughs.

Advancements are happening right now that will change the quality your life, probably extend your life, and definitely make the lives of your children healthier and longer than ever thought possible.

It sounds like the stuff of a science fiction novel, but these advancements are already underway and will be considered commonplace in the not-to-distant future.

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A Quick Guide to Paradoxical Intention

Welcome to the world of Paradoxical Intention, a wonderful technique pioneered by Victor Frankl who wrote a book called Man’s Search for Meaning (a definite must-read).

For anyone unfamiliar with him or his work, Viktor Frankl was a psychologist who was a Holocaust survivor and was in the concentration camps during World War II.

He ultimately lived to the age of 92.

His book is an account of his experiences while imprisoned, and the discoveries he made about human nature when we are put through such extreme and dire conditions.

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