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Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Russell Bishop, currently Editor-at-Large for the Huffington Post and founder of Bishop & Bishop, a consulting and coaching company. Russell is the author of numerous articles on the power of choice and awareness, […]

I thought I’d review Stephen Covey’s four-quadrant model of time management, the one he explains in “The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People.” Maybe this time it will stick for me! To view my YouTube video, click here. To read […]

The following post is a great summary of my interview with Russell Bishop. Here he further explains the difference between important and urgent, and how not to burnout. To get to his original post, click here. If you are lucky […]

The most powerful line in the Khaled Hosseini’s “The Kite Runner” is this: “And that, I believe, is what true redemption is, Amir jan, when guilt leads to good.” My regrets are different from the narrator of “The Kite Runner.” […]

I’ve started a discussion group at Group Beyond Blue called “Turning Guilt Into Good” where folks are sharing stories of times they did just that. To visit our discussion, click here. To read more Beyond Blue, go to http://blog.beliefnet.com/beyondblue, and […]

In “Home Tonight: Further Reflections on the Parable of the Prodigal Son,” Henri Nouwen writes, “The following story from Luke 15:11-32 provides the complete backdrop to my own story. Find a quiet, comfortable space, put aside preoccupations, and trust as […]

On Fridays I will address a question related to depression and find the answer from an expert. If you have a question you want answered, please ask it on the combox of this post, and I’ll try my best to […]

I found this helpful blog post from “Health.com” by Dorothy Foltz-Gray and Beth Dreher on finding your ideal weight. Here are the first two steps:  1. What’s your BMI? How tall you are, obviously, has a lot to do with […]

Huffington Post Blogger Louise McCready recently interviewed Dr. David Kessler, author of “The End of Overeating.” The Q & A was fascinating. Here are a few excerpts: LM: This book started while watching an Oprah episode. Prior to that, had […]

I loved Fresh Living blogger Holly Lebowitz Rossi’s post on “Clean Food for Stressful Times” because she is SO right about the relationship between stress and poor eating. Check out her insightful post by clicking here. I’ve excerpted her 4 […]