Diet Secret – 7 Steps to Permanent Weight Loss

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Imagine a diet secret to make permanent changes in your health OK, so I have more than one diet secret to share. Consider, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, where the late author, Stephen Covey advised readers to “begin with the end in mind.” Any endeavor starts with a clearly stated objective or outcome. …

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Change Your Mind About Weight Loss

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Your life depends on it According to the National Institutes of Health, obesity and overweight together are the second leading cause of preventable death in the United States, close behind tobacco use. An estimated 300,000 deaths per year are due to the obesity epidemic. So, whether it’s 10 pounds or 100 pounds, the health risks…

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Who Wants to be Self-Actualized, Raise Your Hand!

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What it means to be self-actualized Ultimately, it’s about acceptance and love. Self-acceptance and self-love. Yes, it’s about also loving and accepting others and the world for what it’s worth. That said, the greatest peace you’ll ever achieve is that of self-acceptance and self-love.   It’s incredibly difficult for most people to accept who they…

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Self Care Program – Get in on My Next Pilot Program

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Self care program – just in time for this year’s Pre-Black Friday Sale I know you have better things to do than sit in front of a computer on a holiday weekend. And I plan on spending next weekend with my friends and family – not sitting on the computer or fighting crowds. So, I want to make sure…

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Self-Actualization Means You WIN at Being You

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Why is self-actualization so damn important? While American Psychologist, Abraham Maslow (1908-1970) is noted for being the one who developed this hierarchy of needs, the concept of self-actualization was originally presented by Gestalt psychologist Kurt Goldstein. Maslow’s work addresses the basic, esoteric and when further developed, the existential needs of human beings. It’s about who you are…

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Can Honest Communication Keep You Happy?

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A lesson in honest communication About two years after my dad died I had an experience with my mom that led to a story I share in the Heal My Past program. It’s called, Chicken Wing Syndrome. I’ve shared this story for over a decade at this point. And it occurred to me I had never…

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Self-Actualize in 7 Easy Steps – How Close are You?

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It can be a challenge to self-actualize   But, with self-actualization, you achieve control in your life, control of your life. Control over your creativity, spontaneity, and interpersonal relationships. You’ll adopt a comfortable, reasonable and sensible morality. You will operate with the ability to separate fact from fantasy. You’ll eliminate prejudice and judgement. It is,…

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