We are blessed with many communication tools nowadays that lead us to feel more connected. Between phones, Skype, emails, texts and Facebook messages, we would think that humanity is one big happy party. Unfortunately, the latest research show that in the United States we have an average of 1.2 friends today compared to 3.8 twenty…… Continue reading Talk to Me
I’m often asked: “What is your ideal client?”. My internal answer is: ME! The answer I give is: Someone who seemingly has everything working in their life but they know there is something missing, and they quite can’t figure out what that is. There is nothing wrong about having, seemingly, everything working in life. There…… Continue reading No Regrets
The beauty of the journey of personal development is that it’s unending. There is always something new to learn, always something to tweak. As I journaled this morning, I realized that I need to work some more on my patience. I’m naturally passionate and eager, I love to make stuff happen, which are qualities I’m…… Continue reading Patience
There is an upside and a downside to becoming aware, we’ll talk about the downside today: we become aware of the consequences of our actions. Why is it a downside? Become we need to own our decisions too, which is not always easy. As long as we are unaware and we just react to what’s…… Continue reading Next!
I mentioned a few weeks ago the difference between conveying gratitude and actually experiencing it. I still stand by that, however, I’m witnessing that many individuals right now are struggling with just finding any gratitude at all. These times are hard and the overall consciousness is gearing more towards negativity, fear and stress than positivity,…… Continue reading The Exercise of Gratitude
One of the greatest act of courage in my opinion is not to find the strength to do it all, being independent or self sufficient. One of the greatest act of courage is to ask for help.Being courageous to me is knowing oneself, our strength and limitations, while finding the collaborators to bridge the gap…… Continue reading Going at it alone?
I love making lists, it’s the over accomplisher, slightly OCD side of me. I make lists for groceries, to-do’s and fun stuff. I have a list of goals too! And it’s January so let’s talk about goals. Rather let’s talk about ONE goal. Over 80% of individuals make resolutions every year, that they quit on…… Continue reading Don’t you just love making lists?