There is the Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow!

What an affirmation, what a belief, a paradox to reality, you might say. If you are willing to read further you might just as well believe in this truth, that there dwells the pot of gold at the end of the Rainbow. Are you willing to reach for it or just hope that it may … Continue reading “There is the Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow!”

How to Select a Custom Writing Service

This article describes how to enhance personal skills with respect to writing, whether for career, business, students, speeches, essays, or other assignments. Many individuals lack the time, skills, or confidence to handle demanding writing assignments, and could use expert help in this area.  There are many challenges people face in writing, ranging from the need … Continue reading “How to Select a Custom Writing Service”

Before Kids and After Kids!

By Tammy KlingCo-Author of The Compass Standing at a kids birthday party one saturday, I overheard a mother use the words before kids . . . to start a sentence. “Before kids,” she went on to say, “it seemed like we had a lot of money!” The other parents chimed in, nodding their heads. “Before … Continue reading “Before Kids and After Kids!”

Identify What’s Most Important

Identify What’s Most Important and Honor It by Rick Weaver After 10 years of working in the hotel industry as a sales professional, I woke up one morning and wondered what my life would stand for when it was over. As Director of Sales for a really great hotel in downtown San Francisco, I was … Continue reading “Identify What’s Most Important”

What It Takes To Succeed

What It Takes To Succeed: A Dream, Motivation, and a Winning Attitude By Paul Stuart Wichansky My name is Paul.  I am 26 years old.  I am one of the honored and privileged to be born with cerebral palsy.  There are many unforeseen benefits to having such a physical challenge as cerebral palsy.  Because I … Continue reading “What It Takes To Succeed”

What Do You Want?

by Keith Ellis When people don’t get what they want from life, usually it’s because they don’t know what they want. They grind through one work week after another, daydreaming about the good life, but they rarely muster a clear idea of what that “good life” should be. As competent and hardworking as they are, … Continue reading “What Do You Want?”

Traits of Successful People

Seven Character Traits of Successful People Chris Widener 1. They are hard working.There is no such thing as easy money. Success takes hard work and people who are willing to do it. 2. They are honest.Those who are successful long-term are the honest ones. Dishonest people may get the first sale, but honest people will … Continue reading “Traits of Successful People”