One of my mentors suggested that there is a difference between being thankful and being grateful. He said that being thankful is appreciating something you already have, while being grateful is appreciating something you have not yet received, but have faith is coming. Although the dictionary does not distinguish between the two, I like this […]
I remember a few years ago when my son (the one who had me bawling my eyes out in the last post!) told me his favorite holiday was Thanksgiving. Not Christmas or his Birthday, where he is showered with gifts. Not Halloween, where he is showered with candy. Thanksgiving! It made me happy then, and […]
Last night I attended a screening of the documentary After The Fire. It chronicles the events of the intentionally-set dormitory fire which killed three young boys, injured dozens and left several severely burned at Seton Hall University in 2000. The film was inspired from the NY Times Bestseller of the same name, which was poignantly […]
Over the weekend I was working on a new page for my website, showing the different Master Mind groups I offer. I decided to include a picture of the three different books we can Master Mind together, which was pretty simple~ Copy~ Paste~ Done!
As I continue to work on myself and help others do the same, I notice that significant growth seems to happen when we develop a new habit. I also notice, it’s a difficult thing for most of us to do. It’s not easy to add something new, because we become quite fond of our routine; […]
Any Baby Boomers out there will probably remember a TV show called “The Match Game.” Contestants were given an incomplete sentence and they had to fill in the blank. For example, “Dumb Dora was so dumb, that instead of a lunchbox, she packed her son’s lunch in a ____________.”
One of the benefits I have found from working with a coach is forming good habits. And one of the most helpful habits I encourage my clients to develop involves the use of a pen and paper. And here are the instructions: PUT THE PEN ON THE PAPER AND WRITE ABOUT YOUR GOALS. Try it […]