Summary of An Amazing Guest Blogger Month

June was an amazing month here on The Blog – we had 30 Inspirational, Motivational Guests who stirred your senses and provided great content. Just in case you missed any of them I thought I would put together a quick summary of each post :) Day 1 – Carole and Ivan launched our month with […]

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The Power of Thank You

By Bruce Kidson The words ‘Thank You’ are said often enough, yet have you ever stopped to consider the Power of Thank You’? ‘Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the Blind can see ~ Mark Twain   For most people ‘Thank you’ is a courtesy an expression of gratitude for services […]

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And The River Flows….

By Robin Eschler I have had the fortune to finally, after 30 years, figure out exactly what I want to accomplish with my life.  If you can relate to being a late bloomer or at least to not having followed a specific, well-defined path, then you may find some insights here.  If you’re wondering about […]

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Cruise Control… for Life!

By Kate Trafford Do you think you that you have to Drive Hard if you want to be happy and successful?  Years of conditioning from well-intentioned family members, friends, teachers, employers and the media may well have taught you this is so.  Even the powerfully-poetic words of the US Declaration of Independence appear, at first […]

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The Power of Belief

By Peter Field The much quoted phrase ‘you become what you think about’ is not new. Many people have come to realise the importance thought plays in the creation process. But what is less understood is the sneaky way in which your beliefs influence your thoughts! To help understand why beliefs are so important to […]

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Make Discipline A Habit

By John Spender How good does it feel to get everything done on a to-do list? It feels like you have accomplished accomplished something good weather you’re at work or at home. You’re getting stuff done & you’re making progress. The question is, how important are the things on the to-do list. Siimon Reynolds, one of […]

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How I Built a School in Africa

By Sandra Millers Younger You should hear my friend Stephen Kajirwa’s stories. Stories about his work as a United Nations officer in Darfur and Somalia. Stories about the hardships of life in his own home village of Budaywa, Kenya. It’s so unfair, I thought when I first heard Stephen talk about Africa. Those of us lucky enough to live in […]

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Quetzalcoatl

The Magical Realm is the home of all Our Magical Friends and there are lots of them. There are those we are already aware of such as the Angels, Fairies, Dragons, Unicorns, Mermaids, The Elementals and Nymphs. These and so many more are mentioned in the myths, legends and folklore of every civilization and country […]

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Fear

By Nancy Shields Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “We gain strength, and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face… we must do that which we think we cannot.”  Wow, what a statement of courage.  I frequently say that fear is the opposite of courage; in fact, […]

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It’s Your Right to Be Wrong… In Relationships

By The Coach with The Hat (AKA – Elliot Kay) Do you remember there were kids who, no matter what they did, were always cool? And then no matter what other kids did they were unpopular? And then you had the in-betweeners – maybe you were one of them? You learnt so much by getting […]

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