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Not caring what other people think is the best choice you will ever make. This is so true, let people have their opinions, it doesnt matter as long as your happy!

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We lose ourselves in the things we love. We find ourselves there, too. Therefore be like water and do something to make a living that makes you laugh, that has to do with music, or that allows you to dance everyday anytime you want.

Berry, Avocado and Chicken Salad

Healthy Dinner Menu Plan: a week's worth of meals plus the grocery shopping list. Too bad my budget can't afford to buy this much food for one week lol - good for dinner ideas though

In her blog, "Coach Training Schools: 9 Essentials You Shouldn’t Ignore--Part2," iPEC VP Cindy Gardner offers us the second in a series of nine blogs covering such considerations as the school's philosophy, track record, quality and experience of its trainers, business development support and more. Like Cindy, when searched for the right coach training firm to meet my needs, iPEC was my top choice. Click the pic for the second installment.

In her blog, "Coach Training Schools: 9 Essentials You Shouldn’t Ignore--Part2," iPEC VP Cindy Gardner offers us the second in a series of nine blogs covering such considerations as the school's philosophy, track record, quality and experience of its trainers, business development support and more. Like Cindy, when searched for the right coach training firm to meet my needs, iPEC was my top choice. Click the pic for the second installment.

In his blog, "The One Step That Ensures Personal Happiness," iPEC's Luke Iorio reminds us that happiness is a choice. You can't always control your circumstances, but you can always choose your response. And that choice makes all the difference. I say, "Choose your energy: change your life!" Click the pick for more insights from Luke.

The One Step That Ensures Personal Happiness. When have you looked at a situation, smiled, and chosen to be happy? Get the advice from iPEC's Luke Iorio.

In his blog, "The Secret to 'Winning' in Life," iPEC's Luke Iorio reminds us that "life is a journey...a team sport...a celebration of you and those around you." Click the pic for Luke's energizing perspective on "winning" the game of life!

Sweepstakes to Win All Week Long Week-long surprises await our Sweepstakes Advantage members from various new contests and sweeps we have available on our

In her blog, "Coach Training Schools: 9 Essentials You Shouldn’t Ignore," iPEC VP Cindy Gardner offers us the first in a series of nine blogs covering such considerations as the school's philosophy, track record, quality and experience of its trainers, business development support and more. Like Cindy, when searched for the right coach training firm to meet my needs, iPEC was my top choice. Click the pic for the first installment.

Just the recognition of the name, the queen of synthetic opioids, fills me with anticipation, guilt, and fear.

In "A Lesson in Simplicity," Luke Iorio reminds us of the power of simplicity when making changes. I share this same principle in "Why Such Minimal Goals Work" on pg85 of my book "Choose Your Energy: Change Your Life!" Substantial, sustainable change is grounded in incremental improvement, not rapid leaps and bounds. Celebrate every step forward, no matter how small. Easy goals lead to easy success that fuels lasting motivation for a lifetime of even greater success." Click the pic for more.

Great tips for getting and keeping the attention of your customers. Call for your business insurance needs.

In his blog, "The World is Your Canvas," iPEC's Luke Iorio has once again channeled some of my deepest beliefs. He reminds us that we are all artists. How I choose to live each day is my art. My words, perspective, and how I choose to 'show up' and paint my world will demonstrate my purpose and determine my impact on others. With your limitless talents and gifts, consider what you can do to make your life’s canvas a true reflection of who you are at your core. Click the pic for more.

In his blog, "The World is Your Canvas," iPEC's Luke Iorio has once again channeled some of my deepest beliefs. He reminds us that we are all artists. How I choose to live each day is my art. My words, perspective, and how I choose to 'show up' and paint my world will demonstrate my purpose and determine my impact on others. With your limitless talents and gifts, consider what you can do to make your life’s canvas a true reflection of who you are at your core. Click the pic for more.