Category: Inspiration

India Trip Update

Main-Hall-lecture

IAPLC members and subscribers have expressed interest in an update since my trip to Hyderabad, India in January. As I said in my previous blog post, my trip to India: was to attend a “10,000 for World Peace” Conference. The goal was to establish a permanent group of 10,000 people practicing the TM Sidhis techniques …

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My Trip to India

Nader-book

You may have read my email a few weeks ago about how I was in India for a World Peace Conference for several weeks. (See this reference) It was an exciting trip and I’m glad I went. Where I was, just south of Hyderabad, is sub-tropical and it got very warm during the day. At …

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8 Empowering Beliefs to Make You Thrive

8 Beliefs to make you thrive

Your experiences are shaped by your thinking. Your thinking is shaped by your beliefs. So you want to have empowering beliefs. Even obstacles have a value when you can see it. You can develop convictions that will help you to feel happier and achieve more, regardless of the situation. Consider these empowering beliefs that you …

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Vacation Lesson

B&J-Boulder - vacation lesson

Have you learned lessons for your business while on vacation? Here’s a vacation lesson that I learned recently. In August, my husband and I visited Boulder, Colorado for the first time. We stayed with his brother and sister-in-law. They arranged several hikes for us, one of which was around a lake at 10,200 ft. altitude. …

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Empowering Beliefs to Make You Smile

Beliefs that make you smile

Your experiences are shaped by your thinking.  Your thinking is shaped by your beliefs. So you want to have empowering beliefs. Even obstacles have a value when you can see it. You can develop convictions that will help you to feel happier and achieve more, regardless of the situation. Consider these empowering beliefs that you …

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Planting the Seeds

garen landscape

About a month ago, my husband and I attended a lecture by Doug Tallamy, entomologist (insects), on how we are losing insects and birds in the U.S. because there aren’t enough native plants left to feed them. Birds and insects are pollinators which are an essential part of the human food chain. Our parks and …

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Archeology and American Stonehenge

American Stonehenge

I could talk about business and marketing all day long, but I do have a few other passions. So today I thought I’d give you a break from business and share one of my secret passions with you—archeology. In college I got to take a course in Greek archeology and became fascinated with the topic. …

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Seasons Greetings

May the blessings of this Season be with you throughout the New Year! As 2020 comes to an end, many people are glad it’s over. But many people also have a renewed hope in the future for better future. As a coach you are the key to many people’s hopes for a transformation in their …

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Our Community

Dear Friends of IAPLC,                                                                                                        …

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Guest Post: My Self-Esteem Movie

By Veronica Hislop WHAT IS SELF-ESTEEM? My Definition: “Self esteem is the art of  knowing who you are and what you want, trusting your heart and  living a truly authentic life based on your own sense  of self-worth and values. It is about being totally unapologetic  about what you stand for regardless of what others  might think of you. It is …

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