Month: December 2014

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Next Year

We’re in those days when we start thinking about what we would like to accomplish or change during the year to come. Many people make lists of resolutions. I’ve given you my perspective about them in a past newsletter. We all have different ways to visualize and to get our priorities organized – so, however you choose to tackle the new year, the key is that you feel comfortable and motivated.

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So what if you ‘get it wrong’?

Whenever life presents a situation in which we have to decide between two or more courses of action, most of us – understandably – feel a bit uneasy. The harder the decision, the more insecure we tend to feel. Who wouldn’t? It’s completely human to doubt ourselves. Sometimes, the more we analyze a situation, the more difficult it is to come to a definitive decision. And then, fear may rear its ugly head…

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Old Habits, New Habits

While it’s true that our activities don’t define who we are, it’s undeniable that our patterns of conduct have a profound impact on the way we live. Indulging in negative behavior doesn’t just hurt us: it alters the balance of the universe, because we send not-so-great energy out to the world.

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Cultivate Your Spirit

During our free time most of us like to engage in specific activities: some of us read fiction, magazines or certain blogs; or maybe we like to watch tv or go to the movies. Perhaps our favorite leisure activity is getting together with friends for a meal and/or drinks, while we discuss what each of us has been doing for the past few days or weeks.

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Next Year

We’re in those days when we start thinking about what we would like to accomplish or change during the year to come. Many people make lists of resolutions. I’ve given you my perspective about them in a past newsletter. We all have different ways to visualize and to get our priorities organized – so, however you choose to tackle the new year, the key is that you feel comfortable and motivated.

Read More »

So what if you ‘get it wrong’?

Whenever life presents a situation in which we have to decide between two or more courses of action, most of us – understandably – feel a bit uneasy. The harder the decision, the more insecure we tend to feel. Who wouldn’t? It’s completely human to doubt ourselves. Sometimes, the more we analyze a situation, the more difficult it is to come to a definitive decision. And then, fear may rear its ugly head…

Read More »

Old Habits, New Habits

While it’s true that our activities don’t define who we are, it’s undeniable that our patterns of conduct have a profound impact on the way we live. Indulging in negative behavior doesn’t just hurt us: it alters the balance of the universe, because we send not-so-great energy out to the world.

Read More »

Cultivate Your Spirit

During our free time most of us like to engage in specific activities: some of us read fiction, magazines or certain blogs; or maybe we like to watch tv or go to the movies. Perhaps our favorite leisure activity is getting together with friends for a meal and/or drinks, while we discuss what each of us has been doing for the past few days or weeks.

Read More »

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