We’ve all been given a unique set of talents and passions…the things handed down. But what will you do with your gifts? How do you pass them on?
There are good frights and bad frights, though it can be hard to tell them apart. How to turn frightening experiences into more success and happiness.
How can you make it through the holidays unscathed? To get something different you have to do something different. It’s time to change your perspective!
The opportunities for frustration are endless at holiday time. But, whether from family tensions or travel hassles, you don’t have to let it get to you.
Elijah was a prophet who appeared throughout history to spread light in dark times. How can you make your own Elijah Moments? Ideas to get you started…
The issues that are most likely to keep you up at night depend, in part, on your age.
Anger and anxiety are normal from time to time, but unhealthy and unproductive over long periods of time. These exercises let it all out.
Fighting over money is the number one stress for couples. Here’s an easy three-step plan to end the fighting and make your marriage happier.
Stuckness is epidemic. Follow these four steps to getting unstuck, and reenergize your life!
Few deaths are as tragic as those due to suicide—especially for the family members left behind. Here’s how you can help…
All regrets are not created equal. Here’s how to avoid the ones you’ll rue the most.
How you think you stack up economically against your neighbors can affect your health—negatively. How to feel better about money and be healthier.
A person who carries a grudge hurts himself more than the object of the grudge. Two steps to get that unwanted visitor out of your head and move on.
Why are so many successful people so miserable? And why are the rest of us trying so hard to reach the same sad destination?
Perfectionism is on the rise, causing anxiety and depression and holding people back. Here’s how to break the cycle of perfectionism and be happier.
Sometimes the most important thing you can do for yourself is relax. Type-A personality and CEO of Bottom Line Inc Sarah Hiner cannot stress this enough!
I neglected my own needs for years, giving until I made myself literally sick. I finally realized that caring for myself was key to making it all work.
We are each uniquely designed with talents, experiences and passions to fulfill a particular task in life. Let yourself see it.
Nostalgia—remembering the past in a positive way—is a surprisingly good way to build emotional resilience. Here’s how to cultivate nostalgia.
There is nearly a universal response to the prospect of visiting someone in the hospital: Terror. Here’s how to get past your fears.