Posts filed under: Meditation and Mindfulness

When you think of connecting to God, you probably think of prayer, meditation, being in nature, or journaling. These are spiritual practices that I do and promote to foster a...
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Everyone wants to be seen. But something happened to me one day that was dramatic. I became invisible. I was clinging to the 50s demographic by the hair of my...
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If you struggle to choose a word for the year, let the word choose you. That’s how I chose my word this year. In the prior post I talked about...
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Do you pick a word for the year? I started doing this for the last three years with incredible results. This word picking is not a frivolous, flippant exercise. Watch,...
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Robert and I enjoyed a much-needed retreat at one of our favorite places, The Timber Creek Retreat House. During our stay, founder and director Tom Jacobs shared this quote with...
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Resistance, procrastination, and fear (if all-consuming) are the three greatest stumbling blocks to ensure failure in anything that you set out to do. They are also obstacles to living life...
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If you are constantly thinking about losing weight and fail at losing weight, I have good news for you – stop thinking about losing weight! For three decades, losing weight...
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When you clear clutter from your mind and work space, you will increase your focus. Perhaps clutter is not an issue for you. If so, congratulations! But I would venture...
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  To balance life and work means to not let focus turn into burnout. If your focus is too intense, you can become out of balance. I have learned this...
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Make it a habit to review your plan every morning. If you’ve never practiced meditation, it is a powerful tool for life. The word meditation means to think, intend or...
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