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Getting to What You Were Called to Do

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Whenever we have a series of overcast and rainy days, it's easy for me to succumb to the gloom and start to feel down. I began to feel sorry for myself recently and questioned if  I was where I wanted to be at this point in my life. Yes, I've enjoyed many wonderful life experiences and reached many of my life goals. As a matter of fact, I now focus my work on helping others create happiness in their lives. And yet, because I'm human, I get sometimes get seduced into looking at the glass as half empty instead of half full. When I get into … [Continue reading…]

Enjoy Your Climb or What’s a Journey For?

  "It makes no difference how many peaks you reach if there was no pleasure in the climb." —Oprah We've heard this expressed many ways. Some say stop and smell and roses or the best part of … [Continue reading…]

Love Shouldn’t Hurt on Valentine’s Day or Any Other Day

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For florists it's one of the biggest money-making days along with Mother's Day and the December holidays. For candy makers it means millions of dollars, even during a recession. For the wives and … [Continue reading…]

Call Her Madam, the First Self-Made American Woman Millionaire

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Madame C.J. Walker, born Sarah Breedlove in poverty-stricken Louisiana in 1867, went from picking cotton to become the first self-made American woman millionaire.  But it was not a straight … [Continue reading…]

Call Her Madam, First Self-Made American Woman Millionaire

Madame C.J. Walker, born Sarah Breedlove in poverty-stricken Louisiana in 1867, went from picking cotton to become the first self-made American woman millionaire.  But it was not a straight … [Continue reading…]