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3 Tips to Stay Fired Up Instead of Fizzling Out

Life comes at us fast. We choose whether it fires us up or fizzles us out. Here are two stories to make the point and then to share some comments in how to stay fired up – passionate – energized in life. Story one. Fizzled out. A friend of mine tries to do it all. […]

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Grow Beyond Your Self-Imposed Limitations and Thrive!

By Jay Forte Walking through the neighborhood the other day, a dog came running off the front porch and ran right to the edge of the property. He stopped obviously aware of some special force field that marked his perimeter. I could see the sign for the invisible fence – that signal that is sent […]

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5 Inspirations to Have a Creative Weekend!

Have you ever had the experience of working on something you’re so immersed in that you completely forget the million other things you “should” be doing in that moment? Maybe it’s a song you’re figuring out on guitar, or a homemade birthday card, or even an elaborate doodle. And then the thought creeps in… “I […]

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Does Being Happy Make You More Successful?

Most people believe that being successful will lead to greater happiness and sense of fulfillment. This is most likely true. But it is also true, believe it or not, that happiness can lead to greater productivity and increased success. Don’t believe us? Then watch this video from Soulpancake’s “Science of Happiness” series. It’s super scientific…sort […]

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Stop Talking Yourself Out of Your Own Greatness

Recently, as I found myself sitting in front of my laptop, tapping away at the final touches of my book  proposal, I’ve drifted away from my usual writer’s bliss and instead have been, oh you know, totally freaking out! You see, the deadline to submit the proposal to my dream publisher, Hay House, as part […]

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3 Ways to Make Your Life Story One That Empowers You

“Don’t allow your situation to become your world.” – Bishop T.D. Jakes from Oprah’s Life Class We all have a story. Sometimes it explains why we can’t do something and other times our story propels us forward. I’ve heard cases where people have the same story — such as lack of money, resources, or knowledge […]

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Now. Here. This. – How to Stay Present to Your Purpose

By Jay Forte How present are we? Most of us move through life entirely unaware – we move from thing to thing with little intention and focus. At the end of the day we fall into bed, barely remembering what happened during the day. What if, instead, we truly showed up to each moment? Now. […]

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5 Ways to Transform Regret into Healing

Regret is like clutter. It can mess up your mind with tiny cumulative details creating cobwebs in the brain which darken your thoughts. Similar to managing physical clutter, periodically you take inventory of regrets to let go of what weighs you down, obscures your space and makes you feel stuck. Moreover, as soon as you […]

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Meet the Boy Who Invented Email

Article shared with Intent by VA Shiva Ayyadurai Celebrate the Power of Intent on the Anniversary of Email’s Invention   August 30 marked the anniversary of the invention of email, created by a 14-year-old boy in 1978. His name is VA Shiva Ayyadurai, an Indian-American immigrant, and he is the inventor of email. The power […]

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The Best and Worst Advice I Ever Got in College About Work

Labor Day Weekend in Boston means two things. Most working people with the day off flee, emptying the streets, taking to the highways, and soaking up the long weekend somewhere outside city environs, preferably with ocean or mountains and without discarded couches littering the sidewalks. Meanwhile, most students from the city’s many universities (and recent […]

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