Entries from May 2009

Sunday, May 24th, 2009

How To Choose Happiness With Words

This guest post was written by Tehseen, the author of Recharge Your Mind.
Happiness is simply a state of mind.  No, I’m not implying that we can instantly heal the pain of a severe or unexpected personal tragedy just by thinking about being happy.  Rather, I am referring to our levels of happiness on routine […]

Sunday, May 17th, 2009

Who Will Save Your Life?

In the summer of 1997, at the age of fifteen, I learned a valuable life lesson.
And I learned it the hard way.
Leave It There For Now
“Go deep!” Roger shouts.  I sprint as fast as I can, but not fast enough.  The football flies over my head, bounces off the ground, and takes a massive leap […]

Sunday, May 10th, 2009

5 Practical Steps for Generating
New Ideas and Insights

This guest post was written by Glen Allsopp, the author of PluginID.
About a year ago, I feared I would struggle to build an audience for my new personal development website.  My fear was solely based on the fact that I had just turned 19.  I simply assumed most people would question my age, and thus, […]

Sunday, May 3rd, 2009

When Less Advice is the Best Advice

The subject of her email reads “CRISIS.”  I could tell she hastily wrote it in a state of desperation, since it’s filled with misspellings, flighty run-on sentences, and profanity.  A premise of self-doubt bleeds from every single line.  All of which caught me off-guard, because it isn’t like her to be so pessimistic.
Lost at 25
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