Discovering Your Passion Is Easy, But Staying on Course Isn’t

  Meditation is more than a cool trend. It aligns you with who you really are explains meditation guru and empowerment coach , Ester Hicks.She says that it’s so simple. It’s about discovering what makes you happy and will bring more happiness into your life. It’s not just about stopping the momentum of the boulder…

Discovering That Writing Is My Passion and Purpose

I’ve always enjoyed journaling and writing poetry. I even have a children’s book from long ago collecting dust in the back of my closet. But my writer’s journey really began when my mentor and dear friend was retiring as education director from the same religious school that she founded—before we had books or curriculum–when religious school…

Embrace Your Femininity: Don’t Hide It in a Dark Drawer

Sometimes women after 50 think that they have reached the pinnacle of their career, but that’s not true for the unstoppable Frances Prado, a visionary whose journey began when she became an empty nester. Often while growing up this daughter of immigrant field workers experienced bouts of homelessness and learned to do without—now she says…

5 Keys to Building a Business of Your Dreams

By Lynda Dell When business owner Rick Giandonato missed his five-year-old son’s kindergarten graduation because of his grueling 100-hour-a-week work schedule, he reached a breaking point in his career. “I am going to run a successful business,” this determined dad said,” if it takes until I die to do so.” This “do-or-die” former Marine transformed…

A Soldier’s Journey to Social Consciousness

By Lynda Dell Originally posted in January 2107 BOLD + magazine Corey Taylor’s journey to mindfulness began with his own investigation of his painful, irritating episodes of psoriasis and eczema th… Source: A Soldier’s Journey to Social Consciousness