Inspiration bank overdrawn? You'll have an infinite source of blogging ideas once you learn how to tap into your target reader's pain-- without being a jerk. Here's how to always come up with a blog topic that will hit people right where it matters.Read More
When we know we're making a difference in other people's lives, it keeps us going through the hard parts.Read More
At the age of 29, Brad Russell retired from the corporate world to become one of the top network marketers in the Southern hemisphere for Isagenix health products. If you've been stuck in an office job and you've dreamed of owning your own business, his story will inspire you to make your own leap of faith.Read More
We're often told that having a great career, a beautiful family, and a cool place to live is the equivalent to "having it all." But what happens when you have it all, but there's still something missing? This week's guest, Ashley Gartland, discovered that "good enough" sometimes just isn't good enough and found a way to make an okay life a Hell Yes Life. Take it, Ashley!
Has this ever happened to you? It's like this little frenzied spirit starts to whisper in my mind: "Ooo! wouldn't this be cool?" "What would happen if you...?" "I think this idea would be awesome!" And it keeps niggling at me until I just have to do something about it.Read More
I come from a very large tribe; one that has members on almost every continent. It lived together in one village before gradually scattering to the winds, only to come together in new forms.
Over generations, this tribe has evolved its own symbols, initiation rites, tribal elders, even sacred texts. The texts are central to our community because this tribe revolves around the works of a storyteller.
You might have heard of him. His name is Neil Gaiman.Read More
Creativity is a tool. With practice and discipline, anyone can use it. So what can you do to regain access to your long-forgotten font of creativity? Here are a few questions to ask yourself.Read More
Words can have power. Words can wound and they can also heal. Making yourself vulnerable by telling your story can expose your audience's vulnerability as well, thus creating a deep connection between storyteller and listener.
If you’ve experienced a personal struggle that changed the course of your professional life, I'd like to share your story. I'm creating a new weekly feature in my blog called Tapestry: a series of personal stories of struggle and growth that, when woven together, create a picture of the human condition. You can contribute to the series as a guest blogger, or I can write the post on your behalf. It's up to you.
After I had my child, I found myself deeper and deeper in mourning for the death of the person I had been.Read More