Archives for Personal Development

Right Gift, Right Time

When it comes to other people’s problems we are really good at giving advice, and we love to do it.

While we might be the best advice giver in the world, most of the time, people don’t really want it. On some level, they may already know what they need to do, but they’re not ready. And, generally speaking, people just don’t like being told what to do.

And yet, it’s so tempting to want to give advice to a friend whose making one bad decision after another, harming themselves and those around them.
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Does Worrying Help Us?

Last week, I had the first call with my publicist assigned to the release of my book, Let Forgiveness Set You Free.  

It was very exciting!

A lot of what I do is on my own – there’s no team, just me. So it’s nice to have the support of a seasoned publicist. Keep in mind my book is still small potatoes for them, she’s not booking me on Good Morning America. (more…)

Did We Evolve to be Fragile?

Hundreds of years ago a revered Indian Buddhist Monk was invited to Tibet.

The Tibetans were excited to hear his teachings and learn from a great Buddhist Master, and he did not disappoint. He was wise, and kind – everyone loved him. 

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