Practicing Gratitude Daily Can Change Your Brain

Gratitude can lead to more happiness, more peace, and even an increased immune system to name just a few benefits. Is it possible to practice gratitude, no matter what is going on outside of us? There answer is yes and this article gives you the reasons why and a roadmap on how to do it.

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Creating Successful Teams and Partnerships

Which brings me to the third and final point of my "Three Lessons on Leadership." By being outwardly focused I mean focus on empowering those around you. Only when you let go of your stories and say everything that matters will you authentically be able to empower those around you. Empowerment will come easy when you dare to say the hard stuff because you are opening lines of communication.

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Are You The Kind Of Leader People Naturally Want To Follow?

Human capital is the greatest resource you will ever have. If you don’t learn how to build a great relationship with yourself, you can’t build a great relationship with others.

To start, you must learn to identify and let go of the stories you tell yourself about yourself and the stories you tell about others. Our stories drive our behavior and our actions. Our stories separate us from each other. Our stories divide us.

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LET GO of What Doesn't Work!!

What are you holding on to?

What do I mean by “holding on to?” Those things that are negative, those things that zap your energy, and take you away from your family, your friends and your sense of your worth.

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Finally, A Stress Solution that Works

Be present, slow down, be more gentle with yourself. That's all good advice to reduce stress. But what if you do all of those things but still feel stressed out?

What if your stress level is as a result of the geographic location in which you live?

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Can You Say the Word Vagina to Your Doctor?

Have you seen a fallopian tube lately? What about some ovaries? Did your high school teacher freshman year not teach you how they work? Well, let me explain. You see each of a woman’s fallopian tubes (there are two) is attached to her ovaries (again, two) and what they do is …

Okay, I’m not going to sugar coat this and I’m not going to talk about how the female gynecological system works.

May 8th is World Ovarian Cancer Day and that is what I’m going to talk about.


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