When Adam Smith, "The Father of Economics," conceived of capitalism in the 18th century, he rested his assumptions on the belief that humans are self-interested by nature. What he wrote then would reach its logical extreme in the present-day ethics of Wall Street. Since then, many in power have perpetuated the myth of the selfish … Continue reading Scientists tested a theory of human nature on toddlers. The results are delightful.
Honey in honeycombs (Photo credit: Wikipedia) I'm a firm believer in natural remedies, I am always looking for natural ways to keep my health, my Doctor posted this on his Facebook page, so I thought I would share it with you all… Cinnamon and Honey Drug companies won't like this one getting around. Facts … Continue reading Nature and Health
Is Having an Ego Good or Bad? By Rolley D Hurley As I study the realm of thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and emotions in the psyche of humanity; I have become intrigued by the diverse description and explanation of the human Ego. Although it is found in every one of us, the usual reference has depicted … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Is Having an Ego Good or Bad? By Rolland D Hurley
"The surrender at Saratoga" shows General Daniel Morgan in front of a French de Vallière 4-pounder. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Over the past weekend We celebrated Memorial Day here in the States, a day to stop and thank all the veterans that fought to keep this country safe and free. As part of my celebration I … Continue reading The Lessons of American Leadership
Feeling sorry for yourself, and you present condition, is not only a waste of energy but the worst habit you could possibly have. -Dale Carnegie What can we do about this, how can we change our own outlook on our own life? How do we stop feeling sorry for ourselves, stopping the self-pity and self loathing? … Continue reading Road to Redemption: How to Overcome Feeling Sorry for Yourself
I thought I would share an article with you that I found on the web. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did -------START------- Secrets to habit change by Meg Selig Succeed at Habit Change With This One-Page "Book!" 8 "chapters," 19 quotes, 1 page, and you've changed. Published on May 2, 2012 … Continue reading Habit Change
All change is not growth, as all movement is not forward. Ellen Glasgow Being interested in and involved in the “Change” industry, I found this quote to be dead on, All too often we tend to think that if we are changing, it must be a positive thing, that we must be growing is some … Continue reading The Three Types of Change
Cover via Amazon I just finished “How to Think like Leonardo da Vinci: Seven Steps to Genius Every Day” by Michael J. Gelb.This is a fantastic book, one that all should read. The information is useful no matter who or what you are. Leonardo's life lessons are timeless and learning about how he looked at … Continue reading Leonardo, where are you?
Can I truly be happy? This is a question most of us ask ourselves at one point or another in our lives. The answer, yes, you can truly be happy, if you do a few simple things. The secret to being happy is not secret at all, never has been, never will be. All we … Continue reading Truly Happy? Can I do it…