By Gina Amaro Rudan for GalTime.com 1. Balance is a myth. I hate the word balance! Embrace the truth that balance is unattainable and, in fact, shouldn't even be your objective. Acknowledge that you're not supposed to have evenly balanced scales when it comes to work and life when you are living out your genius on all frequencies. Yes, smile as I liberate you from this balance myth.
Here is my question of the week: Are you ready? First I want you to think about an area of your life that is important to you AND an area you really want to make a change in. 1.When something is important to us, that is an indication that it is something we love! 2.When something is important to us, that's where our highest values live.
Patti Stanger has done well at marketing the fact that as a third generation matchmaker she has a high rate of successful matches. She has successfully held her own Millionaire Match Maker show for 5 seasons on Bravo television as she runs a Millionaire Matchmaking Club in which she helps mostly millionaire single men come closer to finding love with women who are looking to be matched with a millionaire. Ms.
One question that we all struggle with at some point in our lives is what to do when we get hurt by another person. Whether it's a parent, spouse, child, or friend, we all need to find an answer to the question of what to do with the experience. Depending on your personality, you might respond more with anger or more with sadness, but the truth is, we all get hurt by others and need to find a way to deal with this. But what does that look like? What if the other is unapologetic, incapable, or no longer around? How do you best “move on”?
Just a couple of weeks ago, a good friend of mine (Demetri) shared with me an interesting experience he had while on a date. The date started off wonderfully. Demetri's confidence was at an all-time high--he was dapper and his date looked nothing short of ravishing. He took her to Folk’s Folly for some fine wining and dining. After all, she was gorgeous. Demetri wanted to see what else she had to offer.
I have this belief about men: I believe ALL men want nothing more than to be good providers. I think every single one of them deeply desires the ability to provide his partner with things like safety, financial security, loyalty, patience, kindness, understanding, and great sex. Yes, there are some men who don’t have confidence in their power to provide. (You see men like this today more than ever.) This lack of confidence makes many act controlling, jealous, arrogant, lazy, avoidant, childish, selfish, etc.
Heidi Klum and Seal divorcing? No, say it ain't so. While an unlikely couple in the eyes of many of her fans, Heidi managed to project a lot of joy and happiness while with Seal. While celebrity breakups always make headlines, this couple is a shocker. So in the flood of media coverage that is sure to follow, how do you create a tie in with your area of expertise and this hot romance news item.
I received this email from a woman: "My issue is I hate the way my body looks. I have cellulite (dimply ugly looking skin), and I feel ugly when I look at it. I have tried to get a simple mindset that I can practice everyday but I end up isolating myself from social events where I have to wear summer clothing. Summer is again upon us (perhaps she lives in Australia, as winter is upon us in the US) and I am terrified to expose any part of myself. I am sick and tired of having this issue effect my life."
I've just conducted my first ever comprehensive study into religion and cheatingand can reveal that, shockingly, Roman Catholics are the most adulterous religious group in England.