7 Success Principles for Prosperity in Life and Business

By Brian Maxwell

Success is not something that only a chosen few can achieve. Everyone can be successful in every area of his or her life. You just need to know how to do things in such a way as to make sure you succeed every time. Success comes as a result of forming certain habits, and continuing in them. Consistency is key. To succeed, you need to be a certain type of person. Don't be discouraged if you are not

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Sara the Customer Service Superstar

By Cary Cavitt

There was something distinctively different and attractive in the way that Sara Smith treated others.  As an employee, she was a shining example for other co-workers simply because of her friendly personality.  People tended to gravitate toward her.  This was especially true in her relationships with the many loyal customers that she had won over the years.  Sara had what it

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How to find Happiness by Embracing the Intersection of the Sweet and the Nothing

By Ana Weber & Mario Haber

    Feeling challenged by the stresses of today's world? Looking for guidance in finding your true compass? Wouldn't it be nice to find a roadmap through the chaos?   Good news–you're holding it! Self-help author Ana Weber joins with her life partner Mario Haber for her 10th book, Sweet Nothings: a series of reflections and meditations to steer a happy course through modern

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It's the Most Wonderful Day of the Year

By Myles Miller

Now I know for some this certainly may be different, but for me in looking at the spectrum of days across an entire year, the one that stands out as the most amazing for me, other than my anniversary and the birth of my daughter, without fail is…Thanksgiving.Other holidays throughout the year have candy or gifts or activities that make them unique and memorable for a variety of reasons, but Than

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Is the “ball in your court” now? Are people waiting for you to choose a direction?

By Pamela Straker

If there is a tough decision to be made, the longer you delay, the more speculation and anxiety everyone experiences.  The best course is to gather information in an efficient, expeditious manner and make a decision!     If the decision must be delayed, give yourself and everyone involved a deadline date.  If you know you will not be satisfied unless you have a voluminous a

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"Marry Your Disciplinary Styles for Fair & Balanced Co-Parenting"

By Barbara Jaurequi

“Marry Your Disciplinary Styles for Fair & Balanced Co-Parenting” (First Published on MarriageAdvice.com) By Barbara Jaurequi, MS, LMFT, MAC                 Many couples come to counseling when they are experiencing a problem in their co-parenting relationship. With regards to how to discipline

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"Triangulation - And How it May Be Destroying Your Marriage"

By Barbara Jaurequi

Triangulation - What It Is and How It May Be Destroying Your Marriage (Originally Published on MarriageAdvice.com) By Barbara Jaurequi, MS, LMFT, MAC                         As a Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice, I see couples for a large variety of reaso

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"The Four Treacherous 'C's for Married Couples

By Barbara Jaurequi

Four Treacherous ‘C’s for Married Couples (Originally Published on MarriageAdvice.com) By Barbara Jaurequi, MS, LMFT, MAC                   Do you remember the wildly successful 90s television series Seinfeld? My husband and I still occasionally watch the reruns and laugh out loud at the antics o

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"The Art of Reflective Listening"

By Barbara Jaurequi

The Art of Reflective Listening (Originally Published on MarriageAdvice.com) By Barbara Jaurequi, MS, LMFT, MAC               As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I listen to a lot of marital arguments. Sometimes the arguments get so heated that I feel more like a referee than a therapist! Other times, the partners are so

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"I Want to Share My Life with You - But not MY Money"

By Barbara Jaurequi

“I Want to Share My Life with You — But Not MY Money” (Originally Published on MarriageAdvice.com) By Barbara Jaurequi, MS, LMFT, MAC                   The Beatles were right. Love won’t pay your bills. Love won’t even buy you a stick of gum. It’s not supposed to buy anything. Love is an

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