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This Is The Final Day

“Tomorrow is January 1st, 2015. If you want change to occur in 2015 it MUST START WITH YOU. Light a fire inside and get serious about rebuilding your future. Not for the last time, I ask you, …………………………………

“How bad do you want it?”

A very motivating post Kelly! Happy New Year to all; may the new year bring you what you want and what you have worked for. May the new year bring you health, peace, and happiness!

Employment Counselling with Kelly Mitchell

As today is December 31st, 2014 I thought I’d remind you that today is the final day. “The final day?”, I can imagine you are asking yourself; what is he talking about? Well I’m just reminding you that as it’s the final day of the year, tomorrow is the day you promised yourself you’d get on with it. You know, that change you’ve put putting off because you might as well make a fresh start of something and 2015 seemed like a logical time to begin.

That’s the thing you see about putting things off to some point in the future; the future eventually becomes your present. Often it’s the things we really should have been doing once we realized we weren’t that we put off, and we somehow rationalize the decision to put things off if there’s some external event that somehow justifies putting things off for the time…

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New Year’s Reflection: 2014

None of us truly knows what the future holds. Would we want to if we really think about it? Sometimes surprises, uncertainty, and spontaneity are good! 2014 is just about done and 2015 right around the corner! Typically people make resolutions or set goals for the coming year; I know I do, but I tend… Continue reading New Year’s Reflection: 2014

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Our Small Deeds Define Us

Kelly, as always you write from the heart and with compassion and empathy.

I agree that people seem kinder, nicer, and more generous in spirit and monetarily at this time of year. Perhaps the lights, holiday displays, smell of freshly baked cookies puts people in a good mood!

Small, random acts of kindness are the best to me-giving without expecting anything in return or giving because you can.

Employment Counselling with Kelly Mitchell

When we are bucking for a promotion or want to be assigned some project or assignment, is it at these times when we suddenly change our character, act kinder to those in influential positions or conversely do we stay true to whom we a:re throughout?

Having just had Christmas pass, in a few of the movies I watched recently some of the characters in the shows mused openly about how kinder people were at this time of the year; why couldn’t people carry this kindness and thoughtfulness with them throughout the balance of the year? Usually these people wondered about others instead of turning the question inward and asking it of themselves.

Have you ever noticed that a child who wants something often is on their best behaviour? That an adult who wants a change in behaviour from a child often says something like, “Remember Santa’s watching”, or “Somebody is…

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Healing Cancer, Heart Disease, and More – Book Review

Book Review of: Visualizations, Quotes, Private History of Survival, Affirmations, and Guidance to Heal Cancer, Heart Disease and more Psychoneoroimmunology” by Jerry Rhine Jerry is a multiple heart attack survivor and stroke survivor. He suffers from brain damage and struggles with memory, organization, and other cognitive functions-he has damage to the frontal lobe of his… Continue reading Healing Cancer, Heart Disease, and More – Book Review

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“No matter what people tell you,words and ideas can change the world.”-Robin Williams.

Robin Williams was one of my all time favorite actors and still is. I have watched many of his movies lately with The Bird Cage, Dead’s Poet’s Society, Patch Adams, and Good Morning Vietnam being 4 of my favorites….
His death/suicide is a huge loss to all of society. His skill was varied; he performed in many different roles and challenged himself.

My deepest sympathies to his family….

We should all aspire to a variety of roles whether comedian, good friend, serious or dramatic with concern and compassion mixed in….

Robin Williams was one of my all time favorite actors and still is. I have watched many of his movies lately with The Bird Cage, Dead's Poet's Society, Patch Adams, and Good Morning Vietnam being 4 of my favorites.... His death/suicide is a huge loss to all of society. His skill was varied; he performed…… Continue reading “No matter what people tell you,words and ideas can change the world.”-Robin Williams.

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