Category: Inspiration

Fun Vacation Video

Every once in a while I like to make a fun video.  This one I shot while on vacation in Cape Cod, Mass. My husband and I visited friends in Wellfleet and Falmouth, and took our favorite bike trail in Provincetown.  P-town was where I spent many summers studying Impressionist painting years ago and I go …

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Daily Inspirational Video

Everyone needs inspiration.  What do you do for inspiration? I like to take nature walks, listen to music I love, dance in my living room to my special tape of dance music, and watch inspirational videos. Here’s a link to one I made in MindMovies.com, a service you can use to make your own videos. …

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Video Tip Lesson from Mars

Here’s a business lesson I learned from the probe “Curiosity” that landed on Mars in 2012.  What do you think about this?   Watch Nasa’s “7 Minutes of Terror” here. 

Are You Seeking Fulfillment?

We are all saddened by the loss of Robin Williams especially, since he lost his will to live. He had such an illustrious career and was one of the funniest men on the planet. Why then would he take his own life?  After reading about his history of substance abuse, it occurred to me that …

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Insights from Jim Carrey

When I heard that actor, comedian, author, and producer, Jim Carrey, would be giving the commencement speech at Maharishi University of Management, in Fairfield, Iowa, where I live, I was hesitant to go because I have always thought of him as a goofy guy who will do anything for a laugh. How could you possibly …

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Bike Ride Business Lesson

One of the best days recently occurred recently when my husband and I went for a long bike ride. It was a beautiful day, perfect temperature, and we had the whole day to enjoy the outdoors. On a map we had seen a bike trail that we wanted to explore, and we drove an hour …

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The Glory of Trees

My recent trip to the Redwoods was part of the best vacation I’ve ever had. There’s something about big, ancient trees that inspire awe like nothing else. In one of California’s state parks, you can walk, drive through, or camp in the Redwoods. The average age of the Redwoods there is about 500 years old, …

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