A Reminder Of Who You Really Are/Neale Donald Walsch

by Luci Perry Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
I would like to share with you this powerful message from Neale Donald Walsch. He is the author of Conversations with God and has written 29 books on spirituality and its practical application in everyday life.  Mr Walsch is a beautiful, gentle soul and in his soothing voice, he reminds us that life is happening all around us.  We create the experience that we are living into as a means of experiencing and expressing who we really are. Being human, being wonderful, being glorious, ...
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The Hair Effect

by Biola Shofu Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
The Hair Effect I was born in England to Nigerian parents so you can imagine that as a child, my hair didn’t move fluidly like the Caucasian friends that usually surrounded me. Instead, thick with a coarse texture that made it rather difficult to comb, it was motionless. I attended an elementary school in London where there were few blacks. I wasn’t necessarily aware of observing my friend’s tresses that freely blew in the wind or when they suddenly flicked it from their ...
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ON THIS DAY...

by Debbie Alexander Relationships, Self Improvement, Writing and Speaking
                        My grandmother gave me some very powerful words.  She said, "Keep Living You'll Learn".  It's a known fact that teenagers "know it all" and I was no exception, but my Grandma would always remind me that I wasn't quite as smart as I thought, and she did her best to "learn me in the world". Now that I realize my young brain wasn't mature enough to understand the depths of ...
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Lori's Story

by Lori Bennett Relationships, Home and Family
I am excited to be a part of the SFM community.  I am beginning my second month, and I have learned a lot about myself and about affiliate marketing. I have only begun to scratch the surface of this new endeavor that I have chosen to embark upon. Everybody has a story, and I would like to tell my story, Lori’s story.      I come from a family of seven children of which I am the youngest.  I was three months ...
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We're not meant to go it alone

by Biola Shofu Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement
We're not meant to go it alone. Life's too difficult for one person to handle. Period. It's my opinion, but I'm guessing it's yours too. We are social beings. We need to be around other people and communicate with them, get help, assistance, and encouragement. No man is an island. The more genuine our involvement is with the people around us, the better. We've got homes to organize and jobs to deal with. We have children to protect and care for. Then there's our health, ...
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Snack size communication is changing the way we communicate

by Anywhere Business Network Limited Andrew Elphick and Kerri Bainbridge Relationships, Self Improvement, Communications
Snack size communication is changing the way we communicate Like a healthy diet, social interactions in our digital age should be balanced. Are you so caugh up in this digital age that you need to disconnect to reconnect with friends and family?  Did you know that according to the research by the food and dining industry, we are snacking much more frequently. In the United States, 90 percent of people are snacking multiple times a day and eating less during traditionally scheduled ...
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Freedom to Stretch

by Louise Barry-Taylor Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Reference and Education
Stand with your feet hip width apart, that's it.  Arms above your head as though you're holding a ball in the air.  "Yeah! I can do this".  Now turn your feet foot to the right, turn your upper body in the same direction.  "Wow, all going so well".  Stretch forward from the waist with your arms reaching out holding your imaginary ball out with straight arms.  "Incredible!  I really can do this". Now, lift your left foot off the floor.  "Say whaaaat????" Yes, that me ...
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True Leadership

by Louise Barry-Taylor Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement, Kids and Teens
We are all called to lead, whether it's just ourselves, in our home with our family, in the workplace, in a social group, in a sports team, schools - leadership is needed everywhere.  It is said that the world needs leaders now more than ever before.  Don't take my word for it, just take a look around you - are you inspired by the leaders surrounding you?  In your family, work space, let's take it up a notch, in the ...
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The journey to financial freedom

by kody poggemiller Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
Where I am, where I want to be    So, is financial freedom a fast track or a journey? I know many people would love to have more time freedom, location freedom and financial freedom. But we all live our lives day to day just thinking about it and being jealous of those who have money and time. We get so feed up with our current circumstances, then we think about our lives in retrospect and wander were did my life ...
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Your self image

by kody poggemiller Relationships, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
   Your self image, the way you see yourself, the way you preceive others see you. This one thing in it of itself is probably the most difficult thing to overcome in one's life. Its your comfort zone, how you dress, who you hang out with, where you hang out. Your self image is your internal radar that pushes you in the directions that you see as safe. BUT WHAT IF?     What if your self image is out of date? ...
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I'm not impressed by my job anymore!

by Biola Shofu Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Self Improvement
I wanted out! I don't know about you but I'm excited about what I do now, and it could easily be my last business endeavor. I really enjoy communicating with people and I like learning more about ways to market on the internet so as to reach them. But it didn't start out this way. Granted, I initially quit the company that I'm currently aligned with. I realized days after quitting, that I'd just blown a fuse. Things had gotten a bit ...
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What Do You Think Freedom is?

by Luci Perry Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
"I know but one freedom and that is the freedom of the mind." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery (1900 - 1944), French Writer and Author of 'The Little Prince' We speak of freedom, believe in freedom, rejoice in the notion of freedom, dream about freedom, lecture, promote, and hope for freedom, but what do you think freedom is? I feel there is an excellent value in recognising different perspectives about freedom. It comes from your point of view and is shaped by your life experiences, ...
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How To Visualise For Success (with audio)

by Maddy Lawrence Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Real Estate, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Finance, Health and Fitness, Home Improvement, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Communications, Home and Family
The power of visualising on your goals can be huge.  Many successful people, including Jim Carrey, Will Smith and Oprah use visualisation as a technique for success.  In the early 90's Jim Carrey wrote himself a cheque for $10 million for "acting services rendered" to keep himself motivated and dated it 1994.  For his role in the film Dumb and Dumber he earned $10 million.  The year was 1994. We all want a piece of that, right? So how do you go about this?  Well, you need ...
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How To Give Yourself The Life You Deserve

by Maddy Lawrence Business, Computers and Technology, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Finance, Health and Fitness, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Communications, Home and Family
What do you dream about doing with your life? This is a big question.  So many people quietly fantasize about their dream life but believe that for them it isn't really possible.  They are stuck in old belief systems around what they are capable of achieving and think that success only happens to other people. Release Limiting Beliefs But that is all it is - a belief - and you can choose to believe in a different story.  It isn't too late to ...
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Empowering Others To Help Themselves

by Luci Perry Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
 “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” - Maya Angelou In today's world, it is easy to focus on ourselves - our goals, our dreams, our future plans. In many ways, society shapes us in many ways, more than we realise - from our interactions with others to our personal development through the perception of others as a reflection of our self-worth. Our childhood ...
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A Simple Tool To Help Train Your Emotions

by Maddy Lawrence Relationships, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Do you have those moments where you feel as though you have no control over your anger? Here's the deal; you cannot control external circumstances but you can control the way you respond.  It is normal to feel frustrated and angry, but you have a choice, and using the 5 Second rule will help you to respond in a more controlled way.  The 5 Second Rule is an incredible tool that can help with all kinds of situations.  I love this video, Mel Robbins ...
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WHO ARE YOU?

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
This above all: to thine own self be true. And it must follow, as the night the day,Thou canst not then be false to any man.                                                         William Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act 2, Scene 2   The problem, however, is how can you be true to yourself when you don’t even know who you are or what you ...
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Take every chance, drop every fear

by Yara Mohammad Business, Home Based Business, Relationships, Self Improvement, Home and Family
"Take every chance, drop every fear." My favourite quote of all time, "Take every chance, drop every fear." But although it has been so for a very long time, I never really took immediate action, never really stopped thinking about the consequences, wether they be amazing or horrifying, that would follow my actions. I have always worried about the next step, I worried in advance for what was still only in my head. I have always been scared to TAKE ACTION. For me, ...
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A simple strategy for feeling more positive

by Maddy Lawrence Home Based Business, Relationships, Health and Fitness, Home Improvement, Self Improvement, Home and Family
We all want to feel better, don't we?  I'm going to share with you a simple strategy for feeling more positive more quickly. Recently, after finishing listening to Mel Robbin's audiobook The 5 Second Rule, I signed up to her 31 mentoring sessions.  These sessions are short and sweet, straight to the point helpful strategies that can help in a BIG way.  No complaining! In the first session, Mel sets the following 'task'; you are not allowed to complain for 24 hours.  WHAAAT?!  That ...
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Unleash Your Creative Self

by Roch Elias Arts and Entertainment, Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Health and Fitness, Investing, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Writing and Speaking
Introduction Human beings on the face of this earth have a unique and special place they occupy as creators, innovators and dominators. It is a misnomer to find humans being dominated and pertrified by circumstances and disasters. They are the solution and should take charge of their collective destinies. In this segment, I am going to tackle on the issue of creativity. Why should you create? There is no special people who are made to create, you too can create something once you ...
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