The Doubts and Fears that Hold Us Back (and What to do About Them)

This month I wanted to share this brilliant post I came across on positivewriter.com Hope you find it as encouraging as I did. The Doubts and Fears that Hold Us Back (and What to do About Them)​written by Bryan Hutchinson Let’s have a moment of honesty.Do you have doubts and fears that hold you back?What if youContinue reading “The Doubts and Fears that Hold Us Back (and What to do About Them)”

Hitler, YOU & Mother Teresa

Believe it or not, you all have one emotional need in common. Sounds extreme for you to be linked with both the hatefulness of Hitler and pure love of Mother Teresa, right? Of course, but it does highlight the fact that within the human spirit lies unfathomable hate and selfless love. I believe these traitsContinue reading “Hitler, YOU & Mother Teresa”

How to Monetize Instagram to Earn a Fortune in 2021

Shane Barker has helped businesses accelerate their growth with customized digital marketing consultation and services. Having won many accolades, he has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, influencers with digital products, and a number of A-List celebrities. As of June 2018, Instagram has over 1 billion users and 500 million daily active users. It’s a behemoth of a social media channel whichContinue reading “How to Monetize Instagram to Earn a Fortune in 2021”

How to Deal With Rejection

Jennifer Hickson is currently a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Georgia. She has been providing treatment since 2008. She has worked with a diverse group of clients in various settings to include mental health hospitals, outpatient therapy settings, community settings, and school settings. In addition to therapy, she has provided services asContinue reading “How to Deal With Rejection”

5 “Red Flags” That Are Actually Signs of a Healthy Relationship

Joe Shetina is a writer of fiction, screenplays, plays, reviews, essays, and poetry. He is from Chicago There’s no shortage of relationship advice. Romance and dating are still some of the basic human experiences we are all mystified by. Everyone is looking for the answers. Everyone has an opinion. Relationship advice usually falls into twoContinue reading “5 “Red Flags” That Are Actually Signs of a Healthy Relationship”

We’re Overworked, and Everyone Just Needs to Lie Down

Kaki OkumuraI writes, draws, and share ideas. She keeps it simple, helpful, and approachable– if you’re looking for a bit of calm in a chaotic world, I hope she will give you a bit of comfort through her work “Lying flat is my wise movement,” It’s a quote from a user on the since-deleted post on theContinue reading “We’re Overworked, and Everyone Just Needs to Lie Down”

How to Identify a Pseudo-Smart Person

This is a blog post by Alan Trapulionis. Alan describes his personal mission as being in quest of understanding how humans work. Over my career as a copywriter, I’ve interviewed dozens of top performers. I’ve been privileged to have genuine, deep 1-on-1 conversations with heads of multi-million dollar businesses. These are aggressively smart people, whoContinue reading “How to Identify a Pseudo-Smart Person”

How to cope with a covert narcissist

What Is Narcissism? The word narcissist is a term regularly used in common discussions to describe anyone who seems a bit self-involved. However, in terms of clinical mental health, someone needs to meet a specific criterion in order to be diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder. Most of the time, it is easy to spot theContinue reading “How to cope with a covert narcissist”

How to take care of your mental health: 10 effective tips

There can be no denying that the year or so has been incredibly difficult for just about everyone. The stress and worry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has been amplified for many by the restrictions and loneliness of lockdown. At such times, and as we move forward, it’s more essential than ever to take careContinue reading “How to take care of your mental health: 10 effective tips”

That sweet chocolate might be the source of child labor somewhere

About 1.56 million children—many as young as five—are engaged in the back-breaking work of harvesting cocoa for that chocolate in Ivory Coast and Ghana. Those two West African countries together supply about 70% of the world’s cocoa beans, the raw ingredient for the bars and treats made by the likes of Hershey, Mars, and Nestlé. ThatContinue reading “That sweet chocolate might be the source of child labor somewhere”