The Rights & Wrongs Of Comparison

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. If there is one word of wisdom I can offer you today it’s this: stop comparing yourself to those around you. The days of keeping up with the Jones or the Smiths are dead and gone. Stop looking at the other guys car, because if you knew the […]

How To Turn A Stranger Into A Friend

Post written by Paul Sanders. If you don’t know how friendship starts, and how two strangers become friends, it can be hard to build a good social life. In this article, I would like to share with you the specific steps that you can take to turn a stranger into a friend. The Right Environment […]

The Vital Keys To Living A Happy & Fulfilled Life

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. The one thing I like predominantly about hanging around winners is that they force me to continue to seek ways to improve. I remember reading about Sam Walton – the founder of the mighty WalMart chain. He would make it his habit to regularly visit his competition, and […]

The Discipline To Do: Why I’m Dead-Broke In the Mirror

Post written by Seth Bolt. “Every morning, before I put on my suit, I look at myself in the mirror as if I’m dead broke.  Then I go out and make something of myself.” – Michael Porcaro, Owner and Founder of Tides Enterprises My band, NeedToBreathe didn’t reach success and stardom immediately; it took us […]

7 Giant Killer Secrets For Destroying Rejection

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. Even as I write this I am recovering from yet another rejection slip. Throughout the years I have received dozens of them in relation to my books, my poems, my musicals and my songs that I have personally created. And until recently there had been no literary agent […]

Invest 1% Of Your Day In Yourself

Post submitted by From the moment our hand swipes the side of that alarm clock in the morning to the time we tuck ourselves back under the covers at night, we are constantly on the move. Parts of our days we rely on routines. Whether it be to conserve mental energy or to make […]

The Final Word Of Wisdom

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair. For years now I have been drawn to the words of the wise. So one of the highlights of every day that I live is to spend a portion of it in the company of wise men and women. I do this in person, but predominantly I spend […]

Trusting Your Life’s Journey

Post written by Faisal Hoque “Chance encounters are what keep us going.” — Haruki Murakami In life’s journey there are many encounters. Some are planned, some are by accident, and some by divine intervention. I believe chance encounters happen to those who remain optimistic, no matter what. Dr. Daniel Tomasulo writes: In the May 2010 […]

The Undying Power Of The Spoken & Written Word

Post written by Peter G. James Sinclair Emerson writes in his lecture to divinity students that, ‘The true preacher can be known by this, that he deals out to the people his life – life passed through the fire of thought.’ I agree with the master of philosophic thought, because for me to be an […]