When Ira Israel heard six words spoken over the telephone line—he paid attention like never before.
Ken Druck believed that he could control for the bad things of life, but losing his daughter taught him otherwise. You can’t prevent loss, but you can grow your resilience.
Being selfish now doesn’t make you a selfish human being. Paul Hudson tells us how.
Jealousy isn’t about the other person; it’s about you. Here’s how to handle it.
Steve Spring shares 6 simple strategies for letting new ideas in.
I am on my knees in 15-degree weather scrubbing poop from the sidewalk, and I have an epiphany of sorts — I do not want this dog.
There is magic here, in this very moment…
Ty Phillips shares three behaviors he models for his daughter to help her become a good citizen.
How many times have you read a great article, or had an idea, or wanted to make a change … but then didn’t?
Debating which one is worse might be a losing argument, yet it is worth having a conversation.
It’s easy to get caught up in caring for those whose time with us is precious, and fail to make the most of that time.
Don’t get between me and my Bob Marley Cassettes.
Shawn Henfling shares his unconventional methods of successful parenting.
A first hand account of utilizing Regenetics to heal oneself.
Meeting someone for the first time is like meeting yourself all over again.