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The concept of servant leadership begins by being a servant first. A servant leader must first learn to serve before taking on any leadership position. Servant leaders are required to focus on the wellbeing and individual growth of their followers. It is known that people will not follow a leader until he/she shows genuine interest in…Continue
The Four Emotions That Can Lead to Life Change
by Jim Rohn
Emotions are the most powerful forces inside us. Under the power of emotions, human beings can perform the most heroic (as well as barbaric) acts. To a great degree, civilization itself can be defined as the…Continue
Added by James the healthy coffee guy on September 30, 2013 at 11:42am — No Comments
In pursuit of awareness
Someone found it very difficult to be aware in her place of work, where there were many people lined up and many phones were ringing and a lot of distractions, and she was alone. She also found it extremely difficult to maintain serenity and calm when driving in traffic with blarring horns and people shouting four-letter words. She asked whether eventually the nervouness would dissipate and she would remain at peace. Did you pick up…
Do you think that your state pension will be enough for you to live the life you have always wanted and dreamed about? If you answer NO to this then isn’t it about…Continue
Added by Joan Harrington on September 30, 2013 at 10:34am — No Comments
Types of freedoms are often over looked. The freedom from diseases. It is really scary that we over look this one so much. This is one freedom that although we might not have total control over we can at least be proactive.
Added by Susan Boston on September 30, 2013 at 10:26am — No Comments
In pursuit of Awareness -
Concepts are ‘frozen’ whereas reality is always in flux,constantly changing, in motion. A wave is essentially a movement, action, but the moment I put it into a concept it stops moving, ‘frozen’, static, dead. A frozen wave is not a wave anymore. The Niagara Falls, a body of water that is constantly changing. We’ve got the word river, but the water there…Continue
Added by Mercutio Peters on September 30, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments
I am gratedul for the comments (the reason being the blog's were'nt moused over as is most of the time) and I'll try to explain what the "doing something for the first time is". We fall into routines, habits very easily and then begins the 'drudgery' with the mundane. But the most ordinary and everyday tasks become 'alive' when we are 'aware' of what we do and the best way to this (I found) is to ask myself this question "when was the last time.." Woke up this morning, not the first time,…Continue
When our goals or our path in life is not clearly defined and things seem to always not go smoothly, we ask ourselves, "Where did I go Wrong?" Often one rudimentary missing element is our lives - taking the time to define our dreams or goals - creates this feeling of demise.
I am reminded of a fairytale that was written buy Lewis Carroll.It is the story of Alice in Wonderland. At a point in the story, Alice came to a fork in the road. She was…Continue
I've been a 'work-at-home' mom even before I started a home-based business. After my second baby was born, I was at home pretty much for the first year with a few temporary assignments here and there. Anyone who has children and does not work outside the home, I consider to be a 'work-at-home mom' even if you're not running a business. There is always a spill to wipe up, a butt to clean, nose to wipe, constantly checking to make sure they are within your eyesight, constantly checking when…Continue
When was the last time you did something for the first time?
There was a man who invented the art of making fire. He took his toolsand went to a tribe in the north, where it was very cold, bitterly cold. He taught the people there to make fire. The people were very interested. He showed them the uses to which they could put fire—they could cook, could keep themselves warm, etc. They were so grateful that they had learned the art of…Continue
Most of the mail I received this morning were to do with Fathers Day. Discounts and Deals on different products that make excellent gifts for the Dads and the Grads'. Here on my desk is a little porcelain jar, painted a golden yellow, that holds a candle given to me by my son a few years ago. Printed on the jar are the words: 'Anyone can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a Daddy'. That takes me back to the incident i'm about to relate:
It was mid 1995 I had…Continue
A Joyful Circle Dedicated to the Members of the Rio Grande Center for Spiritual Living
Added by Richard Mathiason on September 29, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
'Pressing' Problem's? Here's how I 'Iron' them out!!
Looking at the world today I cannot but see problems. People problems, Personal Problems, financial problems,Emotional,Medical,Educational..Problems everywhere in everything! Yet for some reason I dont feel threatened, there is a calmness, a quietude. I dont' feel bogged down. I was thinking about this seriously this morning and wondered if I was somehow 'different'. Here's what I…
Added by Mercutio Peters on September 29, 2013 at 1:39am — No Comments
Each of us suffers from fear of something that leaves us shaking in our boots. It may be fear of the dark, fear of being taken advantage of or being hurt, fear of being abandoned and for most of us who are just starting out in business, it is the fear of failure or success. See more
Added by Kathleen Ayers on September 28, 2013 at 9:12pm — No Comments
Always ask questions to begin an effective conversation, such as:
1. Where are you from?
2. What do you think of he weather we’re having?
3. What business are you presently in?
4. What time is…Continue