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D. Green Joseph

Christmas: Calm & Calamity

Calm & Calamity Christmas the season of comfort and joy for most, is also a time of chaos, confusion and even depression for others.   In speaking with a young lady recently, she expressed her anxiety over Christmas and I discovered that her dilemma is more common than one would think.  …

Status Quo

Release the Status Quo

Status Quo is defined by Webster’s as – The existing state of affairs. Example: He/she is content with the status quo and does not like change.  Think about that for a minute…”existing state of affairs and does not like change.” To be perfectly honest, most of us don’t like change, but …

Afraid to Succeed by D Green Joseph

Afraid To Succeed:  FEAR=False Evidence Appearing Real I recently heard someone say “#no-fear-this-year!” For such a small word, fear can have a huge impact. Fear is that paralyzing emotion that prevents dreams from becoming reality, businesses from being launched, minds from being changed and it also prevents success. Success means …

Do You Feel It? by D Green Joseph

Do You Feel It? There is a sense of excitement in the air!  Have you noticed?  In spite of all the calamity in the world, there seems to be a rumbling of enthusiasm, hopefulness and “can do”.  Are you one of those people causing the trimmers?  Do you ooze with …

What are your 2016 expectations?

What are your 2016 expectations? by D Green Joseph With the end of 2015 fastly approaching, the rear view mirror image of the year brings about retro-spection. It’s ok to view the past with a fine tooth comb, but make sure the view doesn’t cloud future possibilities.  Expectations should be …

Reflections of a life reset

Reflections of a Life Reset: Sweet Silence

Sweet Silence by Guest Contributor D.G. Joseph   I encourage everyone to find the time for silence. Getting in touch with inner peace and inner self is a way to renew, refresh and reset, which in itself is sweet.  With all that surrounds us through technology, obligations and overwhelming responsibilities, it’s …