Tag Archives: Iyanla Vanzant

Free Yourself From Worry

Why worry? If we have learned anything by now it is that worry serves no purpose. Yet you do it anyway. Why? You run around frazzled. You make yourself sick. You have all but pulled your hair out, and for what? If worrying could have made things better, you wouldn’t have anything to worry about. …

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L.O.V.E

Everyone wants to be loved. We know that love can heal. Love inspires. Love picks you up, puts a smile on your face, and a tingling feeling up and down your spine! We search for love. We wait for it. Some of us are willing to do almost anything to get it. We give up …

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A Spiritual Feast

Picture this; you’re sitting at a beautiful banquet table, covered with all of your favorite foods. Imagine the sight! The smell! Here you are anticipating the pleasure of sinking your teeth into all of your favorite foods, which have been prepared to perfection. Now imagine as you finish one delight, a well-mannered, neatly dressed server …

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You Are The Conductor Of Your Life

To have confidence in yourself you must think of your life as your train. You are the conductor and a passenger. How your train moves and where it ends up is totally up to you. Your talents and abilities, dreams and goals are your tickets. Now don’t get excited just because you have a ticket. …

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Mind Your Own Business

We must ward off the tendency to compare ourselves with anyone else. We must resist the urge to compare where we are and what we are doing against the strides or failures of another. Comparison of self to others only feeds self-doubt. Self-doubt grows into self-defeat. I can’t begin to recall how many times growing …

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Monday’s Mindset

Life Why do we fill ourselves with doubt?  What will it take for us to realize how wonderful, how special and how blessed we are? We are human beings, which mean we are equipped with everything we need to master this thing called life. We are not a human becoming or a human could be. …

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It’s Okay Because I’m Okay

Why is it we can forgive and excuse the mishaps and errors of others, but have so little compassion for ourselves? Do we YELL at children when they fall down and bust their lips or bump their heads? No. Do we knock the block off our guest when they break a glass or clog up …

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Monday’s Mindset

Speak Encouraging Words To Yourself Liz Stellar is recent divorced mother of five well-mannered children ranging from the ages of fourteen to four. She works as a manager for a lumber company, which she has worked for the past eighteen years. She drives a midsize SUV and lives in a nice suburban neighbor. Yet, whenever …

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I Can Take It! I Can Make It!

On your quest to do better, you will come against obstacles. The obstacles in your path are there to make you stronger.  Trying to rebuild your life is hard work, and you will need muscles. Obstacles build muscles-big strong muscles which you can flex. On the path to empowering yourself you are going to be …

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I Am Who I Am.

As I watch and listen to people I realize how easy it is for people to get caught up in being who others want them to be. It’s even easier to convince yourself that who you are is not enough. Yet, if we aren’t careful and conscious, we can spend a good part of our …

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