Category Archives: psychology

The Evolution of the Self-Help Industry

Have you ever noticed that short, simple sayings are often the most powerful and memorable? I remember my Grandmother used to say, “You can if you think you can.” I’m unsure if she realized how insightful this was when she … Continue reading

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There’s More to a Smile Than We Think

Stop your search for the fountain of youth. Just smile more… Continue reading

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Is it Too Late to Change?

It’s never too late to change Continue reading

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Why Meditation?

If someone had approached me 20 years ago and told me that there’s value in meditating for just 15 minutes each day, I would have scoffed at the thought. I can picture myself hastily walking away, wondering what cult this … Continue reading

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Days Of the Week – Perception or Reality?

When I think about the days of the week, I can’t help but harken back to a one hit wonder — “Friday On My Mind” that soared to the top of the charts in 1966. (Originally sung by an Australian … Continue reading

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