January is all about new beginnings and lofty resolutions, but if you’re like me, it can be tough to stay motivated after all the sparkly champagne is gone and the excitement of a brand-new year starts to wear thin.
Especially now, you may want to build strengths that you previously have not focused much energy or attention on. This desire often emerges after life events that change your motivation to use a strength that was dormant in the past.
I once heard Muhammad Yunus — Nobel Prize winner and founder of the microlending movement, which has lifted millions of people out of poverty — say:
Imagine you find a flower bud in your garden. You see the bud but are unsure what flower will unfold. If you have a predetermined expectation for it to be one flower versus another, such as a tulip versus a rose, you will be disappointed...
Hi, Isagenix family! My name is Lauren Simmons, and my partnership with the Wellbeing Collective is all about your relationship with your mind, your body, and your money. Emphasis on the money!
START and the ISA Foundation are raising funds to build a transition home for teens in Kenya. Join the fundraiser by donating now! Every penny counts.