Tag Archives: self-confidence

Do you have on your holiday slippers, or the real thing?

A few posts ago, I shared the quotation from [intlink id=”1649″ type=”post”]Anthony de Mello[/intlink] that best expresses why I started Sow Peace™ International: “If it is peace you want, seek to change yourself, not other people. It is easier to protect yourself with slippers than to carpet the whole earth.” It’s time to put on…

Have we been trained like elephants?

This morning as I was doing my usual reading of Joel Goldsmith, I was struck by this thought: “Is any problem we have with expanding ourselves, realizing true greatness, the result of elephant training?” You likely know that when elephants are captured, they are trained to understand their limitations. The captors put iron bands around…

Are we being shamed or guilted into buying things?

© Rhoberta Shaler, PhD www.Rhoberta.com   Wow! Have you ever been to a seminar that cost you too much, hoping for a solution to take home? I’ll bet you have. I certainly have. How did you feel when they tried to upsell you to the major mega-plan? Were you surprised? Excited? Disappointed? Frustrated?Annoyed? It’s a…

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