Posts tagged New York City
By Brent Colley
It was the volume of requests for information about his time in Redding, following the documentary’s release that initiated my interest in his life. People were shocked to find out he lived and died in Redding, Connecticut and wanted to know more. In answering questions about the twilight years of Twain‘s life, I discovered not only that his time in Redding was a significant period in his life, but, that he *lived* an amazing life, period!
This list below is More >
The Seventh Journey Series (Book I) is in the USA – October 2012 edition of Reader’s Digest. It is featured along with another book from my publisher, iUniverse, along with 2 other books from different publishers. I’m very excited to have my work featured in Reader’s Digest, as RD is a household name, with millions of active paid subscribers. People who read RD are well educated, and huge book fans. A great combination, as I believe my book caters to folks who appreciate a mind expanding adventure. I’d like to thank iUniverse and Reader’s Digest for their help in making this possible. More >
Law of Allowing: The Art Of Allowing Yourself And Others To Succeed by: Michael Lee
The law of allowing is one crucial aspect to the path of success. It’s one of the anchors of the universal laws and is basically what its namesake suggests – giving permission and accepting yourself and others.
There’s nothing complicated about the law of allowing. It’s just in the basic human system to make everything as difficult as they could. We are the ones responsible for keeping our dreams and ambitions at bay. Ironic, isn’t it?
The law of allowing has the power to change all that. Read on to find out More >
Are You Doing What You Love Each and Every Day? by: Stacey Mayo, “The Dream Queen”
It is easy to get caught up in the day-to-day stress of everyday life: deadlines to meet, schedules to keep, unexpected expenses, conflicts to resolve, illness of loved ones, to name a few. Amidst all this, it is easy to for me to lose sight of why I do what I do – my purpose for being. I discovered my passion and my purpose over seven years ago. It was the catalyst for starting my business, The Center for Balanced Living in 1996. It is what led me to my purpose which is to empower you to live out your dreams More >
Four Powerful Pathways Into The Light And Sound Of Oness by: Judith Pennington
The easiest, most exciting adventure in consciousness follows the lamplit guidance of the still, small voice in each of us. In the quiet of meditation, we listen to our souls and hear what is most needed in our lives and how best to obtain it. This wise, kindly voice never fails us and never falters.
There is no substitute for inner listening. But in our travels, these four pathways emerge to enhance our joy and draw us into the Oneness.
See which of these harmonic pathways resonates best with you: thought and More >
Do You Make These Ten Management Mistakes? by: Chris Anderson
As a busy executive, you face some extremely difficult challenges like creating and dominating new markets or finding and keeping the best people. But then, like many executives, do you find yourself spending too much time solving everyday problems (that only you can solve, right?), which prevent you from growing your ideal business?
Most managers find themselves spending 80% or more of their time “reacting” to business events and very little time in preventing those same events from occurring again. If this sounds familiar then More >
by: Marlene Challis
Important information that needs to stick in the brain.
What is also important, besides reading quickly, is to understand the information read and how to retain the information.
What good is a speed reader if he doesn’t understand a thing he reads?
Five Types of Reading
An efficient reader adjusts his speed and strategy to suit the need of the moment. The 5 types of reading are classified into:
Skimming refers to reading quickly to gain a general impression as More >
by: Dr. Marlene McMillan
The problem of poverty has persisted from the earliest days of humanity. Thousands of solutions have been proposed from socialism, welfare, charities, and aid – but the problem still rages on unabated. Many point to the environmental problems that cause poverty: being born in certain countries, a poor family, or a minority, etc. The truth is that poverty is not only an environmental problem, but a spiritual problem.
I can teach anyone to be a millionaire. I can teach anyone how to get out of poverty. The problem is: can we get the poverty out of you? Many of the More >
The Falcon HTV-2 will be launched on a rocket into space then will glide back down to Earth at speeds of 13,000mph.
The previous test flight lasted only nine minutes before being deliberately crashed as a safety measure due to technical difficulties.
Falcon HTV-2: The aircraft can travel at 20 times the speed of sound – or 13,000mph. It is part of research effort by DARPA to one day make long-duration hypersonic flight a reality
Epic: The mission might lead to new More >