The brain research into gratitude shows how expressing our thanksgiving turns on, what I call, the happy juices in our bodies—dopamine and serotonin.
Surprise wakes us up from whatever business as usual mindset we were in. The surprise makes us more alert, and we might take a closer look.
Every hope we entertain is a longing for something better. For people who say we resist change, we’re always hoping change for the better will come our way.
Whenever you must find the extra energy you need to persist in the face of doubt, courage shows up for the INPowered.
It takes courage to share new learning. You might be scoffed and ridiculed because others don’t get it.
Dare we hold ourselves to the highest ethical and moral standards in governing, business, and personal conduct?
Check out what’s going on around you as a matter of casual exploration. No agenda. Just wholesome curiosity.
I have become more INPowered as I have become more curious about new experiences, especially if they might help me grow or mature as a person—that will nurture me.
To Live INPowered, we must find a way to cut loose from the mental and emotional ties that hold us from reaching our goals.
Everything we know is a product of our thoughts. All languages, all ideology, all religions, our total and complete life, is a product of our thoughts, both conscious and subconscious.
I might not understand the choices others make, or even approve of them. But I’ve learned to allow others to live the life they choose.
Think of all the things we do in life one at a time. In our linear lives, we live one hearbeat at a time. We take one breath at a time. We take one step at a time.