Find Your "Yes" By Saying No

It take effort and strength to say no to someone or something. But the rewards are truly remarkable for those who can say no. You only have so much time in each day. Saying no to the average or even … Continue Reading

Pride Prevents Change

Pride is negatively defined as an irrationally inflated sense of one’s personal status or accomplishments. Oftentimes people with significant levels of pride have actually never achieved anything, yet feel the world owes them everything. Pride renders us as unteachable thus … Continue Reading

Quit Complaining – Quit Whining – Bad Habit #5

When you complain you actually can make things worse. Your mind affects your mouth and vice versa. You attract what you speak. Speak nothing but problems and you’ll get more problems. It’s ok to take a moment or two to … Continue Reading

The Truth Will Set You Free

“When you want to help people, you tell them the truth. When you want to help yourself, you tell them what they want to hear.” Thomas Sowell. When you avoid the truth you only hurt the recovery process and eventual … Continue Reading

Recovery on the Rocks?

Is your recovery on the rocks? Did get get off course? First off, don’t be discouraged, I t happens. Get over it and move on. Whether it’s been a day or a week get yourself back on your healing path. … Continue Reading

2016 The Year Of The 'No'

This year is the year of the monkey in the Chinese calendar. Let’s make 2016 the year of ‘no’ in America. We’ve tried the way of yes yes yes for decades now. It hasn’t worked! Over the last thirty years … Continue Reading

How to organize your life with 10 easy steps

I have walked into people’s homes and seriously thought to myself I could probably not eat here if asked to. If there is clutter and stuff and things everywhere out of place, my brain just automatically thinks that cleanliness isn’t … Continue Reading

The Why & How of NO

How to you say NO to your best friend? Your child? Your spouse?How do you tell your best friend they should say NO to something themselves? It’s tricky. People today want to hear ‘YES.’ We’ve lived in a generation that … Continue Reading