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The Fierce Me: An Immigrant's Journey of Self-Empowerment

The Fierce Me: An Immigrant's Journey of Self-Empowerment

How did I gather the courage to leave my homeland? I did not let fear consume me….I kept home in my heart….I stayed grounded, and I never allowed “mediocre” to rule the day. Today, I am consumed with excitement for my life. Really!

November 17, 2016 By Mahal Hudson

5 Deadly Emotions that Derail Your Happiness

5 Deadly Emotions that Derail Your Happiness

Five deadly emotions can stop you in your tracks if you don’t have awareness of them and the danger they present in your life. That means that, left to their own devices, these emotions are like a speeding train without a conductor.

November 17, 2016 By Rena Greenberg

From Stuck to Transformed: A Worldwide Journey of Self-Discovery

From Stuck to Transformed: A Worldwide Journey of Self-Discovery

Let me tell you the story of my own stuckness. It starts in Tel Aviv, which, in 1980 when I was there, was a dysenteric’s paradise: It had public restrooms on every other block—the limit of my range.

November 17, 2016 By Russell Heath

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Many times, when we are reaching for a goal or trying something new, we are tempted to take a small step—to get our feet wet. It’s a form of indecision. It’s almost as if we are preparing for it not to work out and so we don’t really go for it.