Twenty-five years after graduation, 80% of his financially successful and privileged Yale alumni were unhappy. Adam Leipzig examined the lives of the remaining 20% to discover what the graduates in the happy group all had in common.
Broken down into 5 simple steps, Adam, a movie producer, distributer and happy person, helps you discover your life’s purpose, in 5 minutes or less: watch his Tedx Presentation here.
What’s Your Life’s Purpose?
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In the spirit of all things Pollyanna, I am expanding my site with Brighter-Side-of-Life resources.
See my new page: Sharing The Love
This page is where I will share products and services that I have come across that I think you, my dear readers, will appreciate.
My intention is not to make hard sells, you won’t find that here, only to propagate positivity.
The page has just begun and will continue to expand so please check back often.
For you writers out there, it is worth your while to check it out TODAY. There is an opportunity listed (the first and only one at the time of publishing this post – I wanted to get the word out fast) that I am positive you will be happy to have come across.
I wish you all a wonderful day.
Writers, and creative people in general, have a common trait; they tend to be introverts.
Yet western society extols the extrovert, encouraging the ‘quiet’ ones to speak up, partake in group activities, join Toastmasters and put themselves out there.
Susan Cain, an introvert herself, makes a case for the opposite.
In this Bright-Side of the Web, join Susan as she describes The Power of Introverts.
And on behalf of all of us introverts, thanks Susan. Someone had to spread this message. I’m just glad it wasn’t me!
I had to share this post from an exceptional photographer and friend in the blogisphere, Tracie Louise.
Tracie has joined the Bloggers for Peace initiative, about which you will soon read more on this site.
Until then, enjoy Tracie’s beautiful message and stunning photographs.
From my favourite folks at SoulPancake, I bring you:
What Does Love Look Like To YOU?
Video credit: YouTube
This beautiful video reminds us how to appreciate
all that is around us.
video credit: YouTube
Proof that we are bound simply by our own limitations.
Video credit: http://www.ted.com