This is the conclusion of co-authors Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn in their book: For Women Only: What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men Women, on the other hand, want to feel loved more than any other emotion. When women feel unloved they tend to internalize their emotions and react by crying … Continue reading Men would rather feel alone and unloved than inadequate and disrespected
I have been thinking about all of the things in this world that are FREE! Despite what our consumer driven society tells us – it does not cost money to lose weight. Face it; eating less, exercising outdoors ( now that it is finally spring!) and moving more often during the day for any reason … Continue reading Yes, you can buy happiness! (and you are going to want to make it a habit!)
I just heard a great definition of NOW: Non-Optional-Work I instinctively went into parent mode. Parenting is about telling your children what to do or what not to do; because we love them. Sometimes we call it nurturing or tough love, but we are always designing a curriculum that will lead them out the door … Continue reading What is the real definition of “DO IT NOW”?!
from Seth’s Blog: Most people, most of the time (the perfect crowd fallacy). I love thinking about the WWW as the great equalizer. On a snowy day in March, YES MARCH, you can still run your business, keep up with friends and have fun even if you are too lazy to get out and shovel the … Continue reading The secret is embracing the talented and dedicated people who choose themselves. Seth Godin
Everyone has learned by now that women experts at multitasking. There is a great section of the TED video by Ken Robinson (14 minutes in) about the difference between men and women. He describes a woman in the kitchen preparing dinner, helping kids with their homework, managing a load of laundry and talking on the phone for work … Continue reading What can men learn about women from how they use computers?
This past Sunday I attended a church that was kicking off their annual spiritual growth campaign called “Stronger”. This first week is about balancing our lives by making sure that we are including enough play!!!! Steven Covey, in his book The Seven Habits of Highly Successful People, writes this: Habit 7 is about taking time … Continue reading Ok men, it’s Monday, start pre-paving the way for a great weekend with your beloved NOW!
We all protect our children from harm. Are we also protecting them from necessary growth and responsibility? At what point are we handicapping the most intelligent, capable children and young adults by over parenting? The children and young adults that come in to this world with physical handicaps, mental challenges and diagnosed disorders all have the … Continue reading Sink or swim parenting
from The Paradoxical Commandments. The things most often remembered about the past are usually negative. We feel guilt, anger or resentment regarding actions taken by ourselves or others over the entire course of our lives. We can even go back in history and have these feelings about our history as a country, ethnic group or religious organization. … Continue reading The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway. Kent M. Keith