17 Friendly Gestures That Create Good Karma When we create good karma in our lives today, we create more happiness and fulfillment for our futures tomorrow. Karma is a universal law that affects everyone, all of the time. It is the consequence of our actions. Karma brings back to us what we are putting out into […]
Back in the 1990’s, I discovered that there were teens on the streets of my town who didn’t have a legal place to sleep. There was no youth shelter, and no long term housing for young people under 18 who were away from their parents and not part of foster care. In many states, including California, women’s shelters didn’t allow boys over 16, so often abused and homeless women would have to choose between shelter for themselves and younger children and caring for their teen boys. I didn’t feel comfortable living in a community where there wasn’t a legal place for a child to be if they wanted to be, so I decided to work to create a program that could provide the missing services.
The situation and the way it is portrayed in the media, stops many foreigners from vacationing in Greece. Another tough challenge is that we cannot procure the proper supplies for many of our dishes, because many of our suppliers cannot fulfill orders due to the bank transaction blocks. On the other hand, one of the heart warming things that have transpired is the chance to witness the amazing solidarity among us.
Who says you can’t turn what you love doing into a paycheck – and more than just a paycheck? What’s your dream hobby? Do you collect stamps, write poetry, or whittle bird calls? Whatever you do in your spare time, away from work, can become a steady source of income and a dream career!
To be successful, you have to build a total perspective and outlook on it. Successful people rely on these seldom mentioned qualities as well to step ahead of their rivals.
Editors Note: You seldom hear much about the concept of a worker co-op in the mainstream media & only occasionally in alternative media. And that is a shame. This is considered an alternative economic model, one in which workers own a share in a company & engage in a business that also serves their community. Worker co-ops are gradually popping up in many places. At a time when the economy is still in recovery, this is an empowering model with a potential for thrival in a fair & democratic manner. Check out this video to learn more about how worker co-ops might be helpful to bring to your communities.
Alexis speaks with visionary entrepreneur Paul O’Brien about how he created his multimillion dollar company using intuition and “visionary decision making.” Visionary entrepreneur and spiritual teacher Paul O’Brien is a living example of an individual who walks the path of success. But not just because of his great decisions and perfect timing, both of which […]
The trend of working from home has grown tremendously in the recent years. Long gone are the days when employment was thought of as a strict 9-5 day, travelling to the office in the morning and returning back home in the evening. With advanced technologies and changing trends in the economy, freelancing has become more common than ever before.
How do we find satisfaction in our work? Dan Ariely explores this question by presenting findings from his own experiments on what motivates people and how we can use that to create more enjoyable work.
Listening is critically important in life and paramount to good business. Tom Yorton explains how to listen and the value of working toward excellent listening skills, which is one of the key lessons he’s learned from working as an executive at Second City.
Apply these tips in your daily life to save money the way wealthy people do.
Traditional approaches to transformation either focus on our inner selves – our spirituality or beliefs, or on the outer world – on activism or innovation. How do we gracefully combine the spiritual and the practical, the inner and the outer, the individual and the collective to bring about a better story for ourselves and the planet?