Dr. Edward O’Keefet: Peak Experiences

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Maslow’s Lost Secret of Peak Performance – Part One of Two Parts

By Larry Mullins— Is there really a way for "average" people to connect with their virtually limitless possibilities? Long before anyone heard of … [Continue Reading]

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The 6 S’s To Support Your Self-Care

By Nikkea B Devida — I don't know about you, but it's easy for me to take care of everything that needs to be done in my business, but it's a … [Continue Reading]

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The Negative Health Effects of Skipping a Single Meal

By Michael Volkin - Less is more, right? Yes, if you’re talking about miles per hour when you get pulled over for speeding, but not in the realm of … [Continue Reading]

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Do The RIGHT Thing!

By Richard Brody — If one were to adapt to, and thus adopt any one single guiding principle to live by, it should be, that rather than merely … [Continue Reading]

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Harnessing the Power of Your Biggest Listening Distraction

By Kevin Eikenberry — When I read a title like that I immediately start thinking things like: I wonder what he thinks the biggest listening … [Continue Reading]

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A Review: Take it From the Top: What to Do With a Peak Experience by Edward M. O’Keefe

Ed O'Keefe has given us a book that both inspires and informs as it jogs our memories for peak experiences of our own past. His scholarly approach, careful documentation, and clear explanations make much of the "unbelievable" in our own life and the lives of others become believable. Readers may … [Read More...]

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Happiness From the Inside Out

By P. Walker — For a long time now, I have been searching for ways to be consistently happy.   Most often, this has taken the form of wanting something that I think will make me happy, like a shiny new bicycle, a shiny new car, a shiny new home, a shiny new man, a shiny new (fill in the … [Read More...]

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Happiness From the Inside Out

By P. Walker — For a long time now, I have been searching for ways to be consistently happy.   Most often, this has taken the form of wanting something that I think will make me happy, like a shiny new bicycle, a shiny new car, a shiny new home, a shiny new man, a shiny new (fill in the … [Read More...]

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4 Tips on How to Overcome Shyness

By Clancy Davies — Shyness is defined as feeling uncomfortable in social situations to the point where we don't enjoy ourselves. When you find yourself around other people, do you feel stress? Does your shyness interfere or lower your performance at work? Do you often find yourself avoiding … [Read More...]

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Dealing With Angry People – 3 Mistakes to Avoid When Dealing With an Angry Person

By Quincy Barrett - We all deal with anger from time to time. But, why is that some people are more troublesome when it comes to anger? Or, better yet, how do we go about dealing with angry people in a way that doesn't make matters worse? Let's take a look at 3 mistakes most people make when … [Read More...]

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Ed O’Keefe talks about “Peak Experiences” on Thursday’s Self Improvement Show

Most of us, if not all of us have had a "peak experience" sometime in the course of our lives. Think back to a time when something moved you, made you "gasp and marvel"—a sunset, a piece of music, or something in nature. Ed O'Keefe writes about these "mountain top experiences" in his book, Take It … [Read More...]

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Happiness From the Inside Out

By P. Walker — For a long time now, I have been searching for ways to be consistently happy.   Most often, this has taken the form of wanting something that I think will make me happy, like a shiny new bicycle, a shiny new car, a shiny new home, a shiny new man, a shiny […]

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Personal Development Through Self-Awareness

By Josef Striker — Personal development is not a process that can be done overnight, as a matter of fact; it is by going over our everyday life that we learn more about ourselves. We should not forget that experiences are not merely sights of our triumphs and failures; it is a reminder that we … [Read More...]

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4 Tips on How to Overcome Shyness

By Clancy Davies — Shyness is defined as feeling uncomfortable in social situations to the point where we don't enjoy ourselves. When you find yourself around other people, do you feel stress? Does your shyness interfere or lower your performance at work? Do you often find yourself avoiding … [Read More...]

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Healthy Cooking With Holly Clegg – Recipe of The Week

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Ooey Gooey Squares

This recipe has probably been my most requested and all-time favorite bar cookie for all ages. Best of all, it’s so easy and quick. Makes 48 squares Ingredients 1 (18.25-ounce) box yellow cake mix 1/2 cup butter, melted 1 egg 1 tablespoon water 1 (8-ounce) package reduced-fat cream cheese 1 (16-ounce) box confectioners’ sugar 2 […]

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Dealing With Angry People – 3 Mistakes to Avoid When Dealing With an Angry Person

By Quincy Barrett – We all deal with anger from time to time. But, why is that some people are more troublesome when it comes to anger? Or, better yet, how do we go about dealing with angry people in a way that doesn’t make matters worse? Let’s take a look at 3 mistakes most […]

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Coping With Grief

By Cheryline Lawson – Grief is a topic that is not much discussed, but all of us will go through this process some day. I have gone through it four times in seven years, but the most profound loss for me was the loss of my child. I thought that was the end of everything […]

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