Editor’s Note: Creating Good Habits

“Good habits, once established are just as hard to break as are bad habits” ~Robert Puller It’s hard for us to break our bad habits. We’re under stress at work and at home, which can lead to overeating, having one too many glasses of wine at night, yelling at our kids and not exercising because […]

24 Quotes by Olympic Champions to Motivate Your Success

What does it take to be an Olympic champion? Surely, it takes hard work, dedication, believing in your abilities and being unstoppable in the pursuit of a skill. Still, what exactly sets apart a person who excels at something from a person who is the best at something? Is there a secret ingredient? “Mentality”, says […]

5 Carl Jung Quotes on Self-Awareness for an Authentic Life

Painful emotions burden us. They develop from experience with trauma, loss, rejection, abandonment and failure. When we don’t heal ourselves of these emotional wounds, neurosis can develop. Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung said, “Neurosis is always a substitute for legitimate suffering.” We suffer and for good reason. Maybe physical or emotional harm happened to us, […]

4 Ways to Conquer Your Subconscious and Unlock Your Potential

By Marlena Stoddard We exist as three-dimensional beings: body, mind, and spirit. Even some of our expressions such as “I am beside of myself” allude to our three components. Many things we say about our “selves” actually refer to our mind and spirit. If any of these three parts of us are out of line, […]

Ask the Right Questions Before It’s Too Late

“An empowered life begins with serious personal questions about oneself. Those answers bare the seeds of success.” ~ Steve Maraboli Many of us go through life and may never stop to ask ourselves the questions that could mean the difference between a great life or a mediocre one. We go about our days on autopilot, from […]

How to Live with Full Self-Expression

“The desire for self-expression afflicts people when they feel there is something of themselves which is not getting through to the outside world.” ~Fay Weldon, English author, essayist and playwright Children have a natural ability to live “out there,” fully self-expressed.  They’re not yet tainted by the heaviness of life, having to do with worrying […]