Lend a Helping Hand

By Leon VanderPol Caring for suffering in any form ultimately advances the consciousness of the whole. There appears to be so much loss in the world these days, and so much pain carried from that loss. Loss of security, loss…

How to Recruit Online

By Ashar Mohammed Why is it that some network marketers can entice people to join their multilevel marketing (MLM) opportunity without meeting them face-to-face and others battle the online recruiting process? Is it luck? Is it magic? No my friend!…

Navigate Your Ship

By Lotus Josiah Seng How to listen to the signals from your body and then follow them to find true happiness in your life and career. Once upon a time, I was reflecting upon my journey as a career executive…

Don’t Change Who You Are Find Where You Fit

By Jessamine Gibb In self-development and business circles there has been a lot of discussion around how to become a more “positive” person, how to have more extroverted behavior styles, how to be more motivated, what to do about employees…

If I Can Do It, You Can Too! From suicidal to successful and self-empowered.

By Jessamine Gibb My childhood broke my confidence and my spirit down. My mother was a troubled and stressed single parent who was emotionally unavailable. Teachers often were more concerned with finding out what was “wrong” with me than with…

How to Start Making Better Choices

By Carleen Moscati Did you know that you are in charge of your own destiny, as well as what you think and decide?  From this perspective, life is essentially what you make it. As humans, we are granted this highly…

Freedom or Bust! The True Story of the American Dream

By Natalie Rivera I apologize in advance if this offends you. Nevermind, I hope it pisses you off and makes you want to stop squandering your potential. You deserve more than where you are right now. I spent most of…

Become an Infopreneur: Make Money Teaching What You Know and Love, Online

By Joeel A. Rivera   The Information Age We know you’ve heard the phrase that “we live in the information age.” And why is this? Because all of the information we could ever want to know is at our fingertips—just…

Letting Go of the Daily Grind

By Alexander Dolin I have felt the daily grind and stress from having a job I loathed. For almost three years, I worked for a large freight corporation. As a dockworker, I had the responsibility of loading and unloading semi-trailers,…

Put Some Adventure into Your Life

By Scott Masciarelli Over the years I have worked with many people yearning to put some adventure into their lives. Each was different; however, they shared common themes of desiring excitement, looking to increase energy, and wanting to refresh. They…