December 2015 / 13 posts found

5 Fresh Start Ideas To Successfully Keep Your Resolutions | Kingsley Grant | Episode TML125

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There’s a lot of talk that you have heard or seen on New Year’s resolution. What’s your thoughts? Do you give any weight to such? Do you make Successfully Keep Your Resolutionsresolutions?

As you and I know, whether you make resolutions or not, it’s not so much about making them, it’s keeping them. This is where most people have the problem – successfully keep them.

Can you successfully your resolutions? If so how?

5 Sexy Benefits Of Journaling | Kingsley Grant | Episode TML124

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“When did the benefits of journaling become sexy? What makes it sexy?” 

You might be asking these and / or other questions when you read the Sexy Benefits of Journalingheadline of this post. I would too. It creates for me a curiosity that I want answered or clarified.

Let me calm some of your curiosity by asking you a question: “What makes anything or anyone sexy? Who determines what or who is sexy?”

I believe the word sexy when used as an adjective, a verb or a noun is subjective. Someone decides that they are going to make it so.

Reflect on Christmas | Kingsley Grant | Episode TML123

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Have you ever voluntarily taken the time to reflect on Christmas? If you did what was that like? Do you recall? Is it something you are doing right now?

Reflect on ChristmasMaybe you are reflecting on Christmas not because you want to but out of necessity, grief or some other reason outside your control. What is that like for you?

I know for me, as I reflect on Christmas, I do so with mixed emotions. Christmas is not the same for our immediate family as it has been in past years. A lot have changed.

Avoid Burnout At Midlife | Dr. Clarke Gaither | Episode TML122

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You could be on the verge of a burnout and not know it. The signs might be staring right at you and you’re either overlooking it or misdiagnosing it.

Avoid burnout at midlifeSo many professionals experience burnout at midlife because of the repetitive nature of their work, the stress of it or the demands of it.

However, one of the most un-diagnosed cause is that of not living out their purpose or passion.

Even though I’ve never experienced burnout, I can say I’ve had symptoms that left un-checked, could easily lead to such. “Un-checking” these symptoms is not as easy as it sounds. It requires some definitive action steps.

5 Lessons From Steve Harvey And Miss Universe | Kingsley Grant | Episode TML121

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“You would have to be under a rock if you haven’t yet heard about what happened with Steve Harvey and Miss Universe Pageant.”

Steve Harvey and Miss Universe PageantThat might be the sentiment of some, but if you are like me, I wouldn’t have found out unless someone informed me.

My daughter had gone away for a couple of days and as she walked into the house and after greeting us, she said: “Did you guys hear about Steve Harvey and Miss Universe Pageant?” She was talking to her mom and myself.

5 Ways To Make 2016 Your Best Year Ever | Kingsley Grant | Episode TML120

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There are so many “gurus” who are shouting from the roof tops telling you that they have the secret sauce on how to make 2016 your best year ever. Your best year everOne thing I know, they all can’t be right.

There is no one that I have in mind as I write this. I do know that this is so because I see ads after ads and hear promotions after promotions that make this claim.

I am not bashing any of them. I simply know that what they are purporting is something that has worked for them and granted, some of what they teach will possibly work for you as well.

Midlife Innovation | Kingsley Grant | Episode TML119

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I recently had a discussion with my daughter around finding an appropriate name for a group I was trying to put together on Facebook. I had some Become a midlife innovatorideas, which I shared with her.

Her question to me was, “what is the group for?”

I explained it was for people in midlife who wanted to find a place where they can be supported by like-minded people, share their ideas and possibly get feedback. learn new concepts for online and offline business … simply a place where they create their future.

When Retirement Loses Its Luster | Royce Harrell | Episode TML118

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I recently spoke to someone who is around the age that I am – in our fifties – and all this person was harping up on is retirement. They dream of the day Retirement loses its lusterthat they can do that. If they could afford to do so now, they would.

In my mind, I’m thinking what a sad way to live your life. To me, it’s hard to have a fulfilling and satisfying life. There’s no joy to such living.

Imagine, getting up everyday looking ahead rather than just being able to enjoy TODAY. That must be a miserable way of life.

How To Make Your Antagonist Your Personal Trainer | Kim Shneiderman | Episode TML117

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Whenever the word antagonist is used, it’s normally in a negative setting. Very rarely do you hear in one sentence the word antagonist and personal Make your antagonist your personal trainertrainer. They don’t seem to go hand-in-hand.

However, when viewed from an alternative perspetive on what an antagonist could do for you, it could end up with “making your antagonist your personal trainer.”

How is that you say?

Think about it this way. What if you were to look at how your antagonist provoked you to take action on a behavior simply to prove your antagonist wrong; that he or she wasn’t gonna keep you from accomplishing your goal?

You Were Created To Be An Entrepreneur | Christopher McCluskey | Episode TML116

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There is a saying that has been around for as long as I can remember. It goes like this: what you don’t know won’t hurt you. Are you familiar with created to be an entrepreneurthat statement?

What’s your thoughts on it? Do you believe it is true?

If you do, I beg to differ with you and the many number of people who also believe that as well. I submit to you that sometimes what you don’t know, hurts you.