29
Sep
2012

The Day I paid off my debt to Barnes and Nobles

I love hangin out @ Barnes and Nobles. The coffee, the cafe, the free WiFi, and of course, the free magazines. After 50 visits, I never buy anything...except this time. I purchased two books. This episode is meant to take a lighter side to my quest for knowledge and seeing the creative aspects of the ordinary. What about you all? Have you ever visited B&N and read free magazines?

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22
Sep
2012

I Cant Afford to be Discouraged

I Can't -- nor can you -- afford to become discouraged. Discouragement, and her close cousin, depression, accounts for more than 50 % of lost workplace productivity in America. Often ignored, discouragement is the initial step into the abyss of a slippery slope into a free-fall landing in a depression hell hole (metaphorically-speaking). Discouragement is best combated by each of us exercising our God-given right to be happy. Moreover, we are charged to spread the message of hope, love, and encouragement enthusiastically. By listening in and following the suggestive actions broadcasted here, you will become deputies -- charged to go forth and to let your light shine. See someone discouraged, simple add a kind word. Surely, this will make an impact upon the darkness of human behavioral discouragement.

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11
Sep
2012

I Believe Positive Thinking Really Works

I am a student of positive thinking.  I first began my study of positive thinking about 10 years ago. So does positive thinking really work?  I would say it depends on your ideas, expectations, and desired outcomes.  First of all, positive thinking is not simply wishing, dreaming, and hoping that things will be better. Positive thinking is a systematic approach to examining all of the pieces of a problem and looking for solutions -- by concentrating on the most beneficial parts of the problem itself. The pioneer to this thinking approach was Dr. Norman Vincent Peale who began to...

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