By uncovering the emotional triggers that influence both you and others, Lisa Christiansen reveals to you the tools to shape & create your ultimate future in wealth mastery, fitness for life, and emotional intelligence.
I hope you will read this with an open mind and a gentle receiving heart, the same as it is from the one posting it. May it enlighten you to more about life, other women, and yourself. May it encourage you to make changes that will make you feel better about yourself and may it inspire you to be that mentor to younger women struggling to make their way in this troubled world. There comes a time in every woman’s life when she has to take a close look at herself. Not at her cir
Thank you father for bringing me into this world, thank you for today and all that that it brings, thank you for blessing me so abundantly, thank you for loving me so completely, that you for arming me with weapons stronger than those of this world, thank you for my gifts of love, forgiveness and gratitude. Father, thank you for giving me strength today, thank you for the strength to ride strong and steadfast with your power in me as your vessel, Lord, bless me so when I spea
In this article, I will be showing you how to make a crude form of aspirin from the bark of a willow tree. It is a great remedy for headaches, hangovers, and other minor pain. The use of the willow tree as a mild pain reliever goes back to the Native Americans, who used it in much the same way that I do. Before we go any further, I am going to explain what we are making and how it differs from commercial aspirin. Commercial aspirin is a chemical called acetylsalicylic acid (s
Find your peace because life is short, if asked when will you die the answer is so simple that it’s complicated… “in one breath” Life ends with a breath and death begins with a breath… live like today like it is your last because somebody took your place today, make them proud… I would first like to take this opportunity to say thank you to each and everyone of you who recognize God as I ask for us to be gentle on those who are not Christians. Let’s give them a reason to beli
I would rather follower a great example than lead by ignorance…I choose to have a relationship with God rather than have religion. It’s no secret that those of us who claim to follow Jesus Christ consistently fall short of the glory of God. Being a disciple of Jesus is a lifelong journey towards conforming ourselves to the image and way of life that Jesus taught. However, so often, followers of Jesus chose to blatantly ignore some of the clearest instruction of our teachers a
5 Essential Habits Every Successful CEO Needs to Adopt Today: Whether you’re a CEO or just aspire to be one, follow these rules to make your personal and professional life a lot more successful. I have loved getting to know venture capitalists from all over the country during my time fundraising for various causes and probably will be back at it again next year for our series A round. One thing I love when talking to VCs is hearing about their experiences and background. I wa
10 Signs You Have Exceptional Mental Strength: If you do these things, you can be sure you’re more resilient than average. Just a few weeks ago psychotherapist Amy Morin laid out bad habits you need to break if you want to achieve incredible mental strength. But what if you read the list and were inspired to give your brain a workout, axing unhelpful thought patterns from your life and boosting your resilience? Certainly, you’d want to be able to gauge how you were doing. Are
How Super Confident People React to Bad News Getting angry, trying to control the situation, and even being verbally abusive are not the right reactions to bad news. Here’s what confident people do instead. The client just called. He is not going to renew.
At a tech conference, your boss tells everyone in a group you are not pulling your weight. You come back to your desk to find a pink slip.
Not good, right? And yet, when you receive bad news, the test of your confidence i
by Gregory D. Smithers Gregory D. Smithers is an Associate Professor of History at Virginia Commonwealth University and the author of The Cherokee Diaspora: An Indigenous History of Migration, Resettlement, and Identity (Yale University Press, 2015). Each fall I teach an undergraduate course titled “Native Americans in the South.” The class is designed for juniors and combines historical narrative with analysis of specific events and/or Native American people in the Southeast
In this article, I will be showing you how to make a crude form of aspirin from the bark of a willow tree. It is a great remedy for headaches, hangovers, and other minor pain. The use of the willow tree as a mild pain reliever goes back to my Cherokee ancestors, who used it in much the same way that I do. Before we go any further, I am going to explain what we are making and how it differs from commercial aspirin. Commercial aspirin is a chemical called acetylsalicylic acid (