As the season changes, it is a perfect time for quiet reflection, reading a good book, and planning your life forward. In the rustle of leaves blowing in the wind, you can hear a gentle voice whispering to your heart or feel an invisible hand nudging you to something more. If you agree with just one of the 10 statements in this article, then it is time to stop waiting and start moving toward what you want. It's time to soar into a new season of life.
Prevention is key to when it comes to type 2 diabetes, and Pat Collins, trained pharmacist in the medical field for more than 20 years knows the steps to stop or delay diabetes now. Learn how to reduce your risk. It's never too late to start.
To find your path to greatness, you begin with an exploration to unearth your unique combination of skills, gifts, talents, abilities, interests – things you feel naturally drawn to. After that, you start to pursue those interests that bring you genuine fulfillment. Here are four simple questions that I ask One Degree Shift members to lead them to their best work and the difference they are meant to make.
You are here to live life fully and die empty. You are here to give your creative genius – the gifts and talents inside of you -- to the world. You are to lend your voice and best efforts to causes that matter to you. And, if you do this, you will die empty. Here are three ways to start you on your path.
Have you discovered your creative genius or are you living life trying to fit someone else's shoes? You have a unique song that plays in your heart, and maybe you've lost step with it, but it's still there waiting to be uncovered again. This creative expression is your truest self and brings fulfillment to your life, while inspiring those around you.
One of the biggest frustrations for my clients is not having enough time to do the things they most desire. And, if we’re really honest, our perceived time constraints are mostly due to the fact that we allow less important things to take priority so we never seem to have the time for what we really want. So, this month in One Degree Shift, we tackled time management to see if we could shift our mindset concerning our time. Mindset? Yes, each of us has a way of thinking about time. In Stephen R. Covey’s book, First Things First, he [...]