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    How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year

    How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year

How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year

I’ve noticed the things that overwhelm us during the holidays are really no different from what stresses us out the rest of the year.  They’re actually amped-up versions of two life dilemmas we wrestle with any time of year: 

“Person A, B, or C (or all of the above) is driving me crazy with their…  Can you […]

By |December, 24th, 2018|Dilemma, Happiness, Intelligence, Relationships, Stress, Success, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How to Get Smarter and Happier by This Time Next Year
  • Lonely?  You’re Not Alone Lonely?  You’re Not Alone

    Lonely? You’re Not Alone

Lonely? You’re Not Alone

What could possibly be more hazardous to your health than obesity, drinking excessively or smoking up to fifteen cigarettes a day?  Does it surprise you to know that it’s loneliness? (more…)

By |July, 16th, 2018|Communication skills, Friendships, Loneliness, Relationship Problems, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Lonely? You’re Not Alone
  • Relationship Repair:  How to Rewind Love Relationship Repair:  How to Rewind Love

    Relationship Repair: How to Rewind Love

Relationship Repair: How to Rewind Love

“You can’t fast-forward heartbreak and you can’t rewind love– and that’s just one big bummer,” according to comedienne Chelsea Handler.  (more…)

By |June, 18th, 2018|Love Relationships, marital happiness, Marriage, marriage counseling, Relationship Problems, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Relationship Repair: How to Rewind Love
  • Shut Up and Meditate [video] Shut Up and Meditate [video]

    Shut Up and Meditate [video]

Shut Up and Meditate [video]

It was an unexpected comment from an unlikely source.  I was sitting there minding my own business at the Louisville Heart Ball when one of the healthcare executives at my table made an interesting comment.  “It seems that most high-performing professionals attribute their success to some type of mindfulness practice.”