Welcome to the January 28, 2007 edition of positive thinking.
Debra Moorhead presents You Can Change the World, One Day, One Task at a Time posted at Debra Moorhead.com, saying, “This is not an original article, but it fits well with your purpose. Enjoy!”
burningchrome presents How To Snap Yourself Out of a Funk posted at SmartCoolRich – Consolidated Privileged Information.
Katie presents Quit doubting yourself and tap into your assets already posted at Aridni, saying, “Thanks for hosting!”
Craig Harper presents Beliefs posted at Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “We handicap ourselves if we’re not regularly re-assessing all, or some, of our beliefs. Don’t believe something just because your dad did. Maybe your dad was wrong! Too many people struggle through life, crippled by their destructive beliefs. Self-imposed (totally unnecessary) limitations.”
Talia Mana presents Pursuit of money linked to depression posted at Emotional Well-Being, saying, “Affluenza, an obsessive, envious, keeping-up-with-the-Joneses pursuit of money, can lead to depression, anxiety and unhappiness.”
David Maister presents Relationships and Romance – new careers podcast episode posted at Passion, People and Principles, saying, “The 6 Rules of Romance can help make all of your relationships more mutually supportive and fulfulling.”
Raymond David Salas presents How to Have Beginner’s Luck posted at ZenChill.com – Power Tools for Mind, Body, and Soul, saying, “Beginner’s luck will keep you in a positive state-of-mind.”
Sean J. Vaughan (on behalf of the author Dan Barker) presents Dancing with Death posted at Reason and Rhyme, saying, “In this colorful painting, Jacquelinne White depicts a woman in the autumn of her years gently and courageously “dancing” with death.”
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