Monthly Archives: December 2010
I grew up in a family that believed in the power of New Year’s resolutions. Each New Year’s Day we would gather around the table and work on and talk about our personal resolutions for the new year. This was definitely not my favorite task as a kid, but looking back on it, it showed … Continue reading
Most of us go through life wearing the faces of other people – living and acting like them instead of who we really are. What is your real face?
We have attended our share of holiday parties this year – and all have been great. Yes there was food and drinks, gifts and music. Each were, however, very different in the first moments, but all end up in the very same place – they were about friendship, celebration and community. People who may not … Continue reading
I was immediately enthralled with Jay’s story about a young man’s search for himself. My thoughts went to my own daughters and how they could benefit greatly from his message to define their direction and destiny. As I came to the end of the book, I realized the message was as much for me as … Continue reading
One of the best ways to see what living life in your greatness zone looks like is to check in on our seasonal hero, Santa. (Living in your zone is all about knowing yourself, knowing your world and finding the places that let you do what you are good at and love, to make your … Continue reading
Your fit – your best place – is where “your deepest gladness meets the world’s deepest need.” This is where you transform your world by bringing to it what you do best.
Sam runs the company that does the landscaping for my condo association in Ft Lauderdale. Sam is in his greatness zone. Here is what I mean: o He loves what he does each day. o He is great at what he does and works to constantly improve. o He is overtly happy as he handles … Continue reading
Imaginary obstacles are insurmountable. Real ones aren’t.” Barbara Sher – When you use your talents and strengths, there are few things you can’t handle.
I can’t take credit for the cleverness of this (though I did add a few of my own to the list), but at a time of celebrating the people you care about and love, I thought this won the award. The holidays are about sharing what you feel – sometimes it is a gift – … Continue reading