Kindness with Integrity

Being helpful to others while staying true to yourself can be a balancing act. The key is to be clear about your own boundaries and real motivation for offering assistance. Trying to please them so they’ll like you is different from doing something because you...

Balance Is Best

Investors who put all their money in one place aren’t diversified and risk total loss. People who rely on only one source for all their information have voluntary blinders on and a biased view. Athletes who build muscles and abilities in a narrow range of...

Nothing to Prove

Whether you fair better or worse, comparing yourself to others eventually leaves you feeling unempowered.  That’s because your essential worth has nothing to do with how talented, skilled, savvy or wealthy you are. Your value is intrinsic and requires no...

The Sting of Projections

No one else has the power to push our buttons. When we have a negative reaction, some one or some thing is just the catalyst, not the cause. Whatever has been said or done that felt bad simply activated our own self-judgment. We might not like the particular...

The One Centimeter Rule

Needlessly bombarding yourself with imbalanced negativity is not a criteria for being a “responsibly informed’ citizen. Focusing on news that continuously activates fear, frustration or anger lowers your vibration and is a recipe for discontent. You can...