Some of life's deepest messages are buried in the most unexpected of places.
Women in Hollywood should be standing against societal pressures, not bowing toward them.
Michael Jordan will always be the guy who was cut from the varsity basketball team in his sophomore year and went on to become what many believe to be the greatest basketball player in history. And we can learn a lot from the legend.
It's time to step outside our comfort zone. You don't have to run a mile past your limit, but it's important to try something that is pushes the realm of your expertise with no fear of failing and just roll with it.
As we move into the thick of the fashion forward awards season, it's hard to ignore the signs that as a society, we often step over the line with superficial comments and snap judgments.
It's time to start living in a way that doesn't necessarily mean pitying others, but giving them the benefit of the doubt.
Should we reject or embrace the fact that writing in script is being phased out of many school curriculums across the country?
Abundance or lack? Agreeable or argumentative? Optimistic or pessimistic? We have a choice in how we look at things and it can impact how we live our lives.
Spending any time in a hospital has a way of reminding us of what's really important, and sometimes it's all about the small accomplishments to see the really big picture.
As important as it is to do good work, it's just as important to credit others on a job well done.
Whether you love or despise President Obama, can you at least agree that the constant 'yelling over one another' isn't working for anyone?
We all have moments in life when we thrive. But some of us will lose ourselves in the climb, get caught up in ego instead of real strength, and eventually topple.
Surrendering to circumstance like sickness feels, ironically, blissfully healthy.
Feeling the January push to cross off your new year's resolution list? Don't leave behind the important people and things in the process. Carefully consider what should stay and what should go in your life.
We are too quick to blame a spouse, parent or boss as the person who’s holding us back from better choices. But maybe it's us.
In 2013, aspire to do what you love. Even if you don't want it as a career, you don't have to leave those skills to die on the vine.
Are you resolution resistant? Living well doesn't necessarily mean jet setting or a six figure salary. What matters most is living life the way you want -- even if it means lazy days and bad T.V. This is your blueprint, so craft it how you like.
A meaningful way to think about someone you’ve lost is to ask yourself – How has this person changed me?
There is treasure in getting where someone else is coming from. Even if all we emerge with is the realization that their world view has been formed by the same things as ours – upbringing, education, life experience, spiritual awareness – that is something.
Now that you've escaped the Mayan fate, is there something you’d do differently with this new (sort of) lease on life?