Monthly Archives: January 2015

American Sniper’s Wheelchair

Over the weekend, we saw the film American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood. For those of you who haven’t seen the film but are planning to, I promise I won’t give anything away. But I came home from it so inspired, I had to make this video  immediately. At one point[…] Read More →

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Get Your Head Out Of Your…Yeah, That

Earlier this week, I found out about Richard Bridger, 31, who has muscular distrophy. He was asked to leave the Odeon Cinema in Epsom, Surrey, because his ventilator was too loud. Six people had complained to the manager regarding the noise, and the manager agreed with them. He made Richard leave[…] Read More →

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Inspirational and Humorous Resolutions

Resolutions are usually more of a serious nature. There is no harm, however, in making somewhat silly resolutions, so long as if there is some truth to the silliness, you take the resolution seriously and make it come true! Enjoy being inspired and having a laugh! 1. Accomplish the goals[…] Read More →

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Resolution Time, Part III of III

Each January, many of us get asked the dreaded question, “What are your New Year’s resolutions?”  And either we’ve made a few, we have not made any and we’re honest about it, or, we throw a few out there we have no intention of working on… Even if they are[…] Read More →

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Resolution Time, Part II

Five days into the New Year, how are you doing with your New Year’s resolutions? Have you made any? If so, have you gotten started? If your answer is no to the latter, you’re not alone. Each year, so many of us make resolutions to enhance our lives with the[…] Read More →

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It’s Resolution Time!

It’s that time of year again… the dreaded New Year’s resolution list. Why dreaded? Because most of us never achieved the resolutions we choose for ourselves and feel worse than before we made the list. In my self improvement course, The Power Of Your Personal Development, I show how we[…] Read More →

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