Learn to Pursue All Your Dreams in ‘How To Be Everything’ [REVIEW]

Little fireman

According to Emilie Wapnick, you can be everything you wanted to be when you grew up. (Photo by jdolenga, Flickr)

Remember how everyone used to ask you what you wanted to be when you grew up? As a child I wanted to be a teacher, a nurse, and an astronaut. I didn’t become any of those things, obviously, but perhaps that’s because like so many people, I was taught that I had to settle for one occupation for the rest of my life. In her new book, How to Be Everything, Emilie Wapnick teaches us that we no longer have to choose.  Read more of this post

Become a Compassionate Achiever and Fuel Success [REVIEW]

Mother and son listening

Compassion grows when we talk less and listen more. (Photo by B.B., Flickr)

For years, we’ve been taught to put self first, to push ahead of the crowd if we want to be a success in life. Recent studies show that belief system is antiquated, however, and it’s time for us to make a change. That’s why Christopher L. Kukk, Ph.D. is ready to teach us all how to help others and find lasting success in his new book, The Compassionate Achiever. Read more of this post

Shut Down the Haters and Live Your Life

Man spreading arms to ocean

When you learn to tune out the haters and love yourself more, anything is possible. (Photo by David Amsler, Flickr)

When you show people who you are and they reject you because of personal bias or prejudice, or they decide who they think you are before they even give you a chance, there is only one thing to do. Move. On.  Read more of this post