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The Power of Persistent Belief, Vision, and Actions
DR. JOE RUBINO: Article Icon Over the course of the past 21 years ever since reinventing my life from an introverted and resigned dentist to an empowered life optimization coach, motivational speaker, and personal development author, I have found that the qualities of persistency and consistency, when combined with a powerful and compelling vision AND high self esteem, can result in some truly incredible manifestations. Read more >>>
Passionately Persevering
LIANNE SNOW: Article Icon I've heard it said: To persevere is to do the hard work that would be unfathomable to most people, but also unfathomable for you NOT to do. Read more >>>
Climbing the Mountain of Self-Improvement is a Beautiful Thing

Hiker on RocksDR. JOE RUBINO: Life presents us with a never-ending opportunity to put ourselves into personal development. What we do with each of these opportunities presented to us is entirely up to us. Daily, we are offered a choice. We can either respond to life's challenges by resisting them or by embracing them. Read more >>>

The Thought that Changed My Life Forever

Stressed out my with hand covering is eyesDR. JOE RUBINO: As I sat there in my first personal development seminar, my coach, Mike Smith had the audacity to ask me the question, "Joe, did you ever consider what it is costing you to live with the belief that you have no other options for creating an empowered and fulfilling life?" Read more >>>

Transformation is a lot like Baking a Cake

Egg Shells with Raw EggRORY KELLY CONNOR: Just as a butterfly cannot go back to being a caterpillar, so too it is with transformation of an individual. It is irreversible. You know you have reached it when you can no longer go back to a former way of being, living, thinking. Your heart, mind, and sometimes your body are forever changed. Read more >>>

Whatever It Is, It’s Perfect

Candle Flame in the DarknessRORY KELLY CONNOR: Every pain, every abuse, every betrayal, every lie had led me to the abyss, to me breaking wide open so my Light could shine again. Read more >>>

And Then There was Aretha

1950s illustration of woman flexing her muscle with a caption WE CAN DO ITMARI SELBY: Respect - it’s what every woman wants. Respect is what every woman needs. Our individual definitions of respect have as many shapes and colours as there are women. Another name for respect is worth. How do we define our worthiness, is it from the respect we feel from others or from how we respect ourselves?  Read more >>>

When Victim Stories Become Victories

"Women are still in emotional bondage as long as we need to worry that we might have to make a choice between being heard and being loved." ~ Marianne Williamson, from A Woman's Worth

Silouette of woman with arms raised in victoryMARI SELBY: When you take the 'ims', or 'I ams' out of 'victim stories' what's left is  'victtories' ~ victories with an extra 't' that stands for the process of 'transformation' we undergo when we change those stories. Read more >>>

Three Tips to Help You Choose to Lose

Female Feet on Scale which says LAURA FENAMORE: The truth is that one of the reasons we can’t lose weight is because we CAN’T make a decision. NOT making decisions is a form of fear. Decisions are scary; it’s that simple. It means that something will change. Read more >>>

Romance Yourself First!

Group of Happy Faces - with words I Love Me!LAURA FENAMORE: Many women wish they loved themselves, but an unhealthy body image often gets in the way of feeling worthy. We are constantly bombarded with images of beautiful, exotic, airbrushed women staring out at us from the covers of magazines... Read more >>>

Living Authentically from the Heart

Multi Racial Hands surrounding a golden heartDR. JOE RUBINO: You maximize your personal power when you exude authentic energy. When you speak from the heart and walk your talk, others get the real you. Living authentically comes from closing the gap between who you are, what you do and what you want others to get about you. Read more >>>


We’re in Deep: Yet Skin-Deep Is Never Enough

Deep Sea DiverRORY KELLY CONNOR: We live in a superficial society. We have become obsessed with the surface, searching for a feeling of being worthy, being lovable, based on what we look like, how we appear - a standard set by people who are fully dedicated to taking our money and convincing us that they have the answers to happiness. Read more >>>

Leaving Ourselves Open to Receptivity
BRENT MARCHANT: Article Icon Many of us probably believe that we're readily open to receiving what comes our way in life, especially its many bounties and blessings. But, at the risk of sounding like a killjoy, I have to ask, are you sure? Read more >>>
Standing in Integrity with Another ~ for Ourselves
LIANNE SNOW: Article Icon When you stand in relationship with another, what is your outcome? Does the bulk of your communication come with an agenda? Read more >>>
Transform Fear Through Core Issue Work
FRED BURKS: Article Icon Most of us have one or more core issues or challenges which surface repeatedly over the course of our lives. These issues are usually rooted in deep, unexpressed fears. Depending on your perspective, core issues either cause all sorts of problems, or present many opportunities for transformation. Read more >>>
Me, Myself & I
VICKY ANDERSON: Article Icon There is an interesting word, called RUMINATION, for which there are two definitions. One is 'the act of chewing cud.' The other is 'to go over in the mind repeatedly.' Read more >>>
Finding Your True Love
JANICE CHRYSLER: Article Icon It's an age old longing - finding your true love! Where does this search begin? Actually, you don't need to go anywhere. Just take a look in a mirror! Accept who you are, love yourself and then and only then will you attract more love through the people and events into your life! Read more >>>
Empowerment in a Nutshell:
Silencing the Inner Critic
PEGGY O'NEILL: Article Icon In challenging times, as these are, we can easily fall prey to self-doubt and self-criticism. Exactly when we need to be most effective to move onward and upward, our negative thinking can knock us down and cripple us. Read more >>>
10 Tips for Boosting Morale
PEGGY O'NEILL: Article Icon Close your eyes. Breathe slowly, deeply. Let go of physical tension and psychological stress. Let your awareness come into your heart. Read more >>>
Celebrating Your Uniqueness
PEGGY O'NEILL: Article Icon "Put a lid on it!" Most of us heard this command throughout our childhood mostly from parents, caregivers and teachers. In some instances, this advice was helpful, especially if we were acting out in ways that might hurt ourselves or others. Read more >>>
How We See Ourselves
MARLA MARTENSON: Article Icon How do you see yourself? Have you ever thought about it? Whether you realize it or not, we are constantly making judgments about ourselves. Read more >>>
Love Your 'Flaws'
MIKE ROBBINS: Article Icon If you're anything like me you've probably spent more time than you'd like to admit trying to 'fix' your various 'flaws.' Although I may pretend otherwise, many of my own goals, desires, and even my motivation to 'grow' has often come from a deep place of insecurity within me - thinking that if I could just fix what was wrong with me, then everything would be okay. Read more >>>
The Meaning of Success
HEATHER PARDON: Article Icon What does it mean to be successful? Ask any number of people and you are likely to hear any number of different answers. Is being successful about your career, your relationship, your financial status, your health, your possessions, your home or your level of happiness? Or is it about something else? Read more >>>
Live and Love Yourself Into the Present
MARLA MARTENSON: Article Icon It is important to learn from our past, but not to live there. Everyone of us has made choices that we wish we hadn't or would have handled differently, and that's okay. Read more >>>
The Impact of Lacking Self-Esteem
on Business Professionals
Dr. JOE RUBINO: Article Icon Studies show that at least 85% or more of the world's people suffer from some degree of lacking self-esteem. Although one might think that such challenges are only characteristic of the poor, uneducated, or lower socio-economic members of society, people from all walks of life can suffer situational or more widespread challenges with their levels of self-esteem. Read more >>>
Inner Beauty: Coming Home to Your Authentic Self
FEATURE ~ PATRICIA VARLEY: Article Icon "Who am I to show up?" screamed the voice inside my head as I was about to go on stage and do a presentation on WOMEN AND SELF - LEADERSHIP to an audience of 100 businesswomen in New York City. Read more >>>
Get Ample Shine Time
VICTORIA MORAN: Article Icon Everybody needs some time to shine, time to be recognized, special, admired. It's not selfish: it's human. Read more >>>
The 5 Components of High Self-Esteem
DR. JOE RUBINO: Article Icon Conservatively 85% of the World's people suffer from diminished Self Esteem. High self-esteem is a critical component necessary for attracting abundance, rewarding relationships, happiness, peace of mind, and fulfillment. Those possessing a high degree of self-esteem possess the following 5 critical components. Read more >>>
The Divine Law of Gender
VICKY ANDERSON: Article Icon In the language of ancient Hebrew, the word woman is translated as two pictures that signify 'mighty' and 'warrior'. The pioneer women of the Americas were warriors - they were women of relentless determination, whose tenacity helped them to conquer poverty and loneliness. Read more >>>

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