Speakers Leaders Resolutions!

With great honor I present Hammed, who coaches leadership, career & inspirational speaking. Eloquently delivering expert points about speaking to live audiences. From fundraising to changing a nation, Hammed is beyond brilliant. In his own words on Public Speaking and a link to “Philosophy of Self Mastery” Hammed Kayode Alabi! Basic Ingredients for Effective Public Speaking On…

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Adaptation ~ Change

Fear is lacking the desire to adapt to different circumstances and willingness to change! Glancing around at our bodies and Earth we are in constant motion and change, including sleep and hibernation. Take Earth during the winter or cold season. All goes to the deepness of the ground and regenerates. Moisture seeps to through the earth and…

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Laughter is Brain Fun

This is FLUFFY!  If you do not know who Fluffy is, it’s time you did! I love to Laugh! Deep belly (hurting)  laughter or long giggles, even short giggles will do; the need to Laugh. I love the sounds of laughter, because Laughter often indicates someone is Happy! Having a serious life means, I am a…

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Masks Are Often Protection

We all have masks, even unto ourselves. This does not denote we all live in immense denial. A Mask can represent, We need time to process, to think, to have quiet – and then possibly allow someone in. A Mask is a degree of protection, a faint smile to brush away an overly inquisitive person who may have good intentions….

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I Wan’na Meet You!

I am starved for humanities’ touch. A warm look from another’s eyes. The clasping of hands in a caring embrace when speaking, watching a person’s face; we humans need each other desperately and it’s time to reached out and be once again, face to face and Feeling the Companionship of each other! My summer project…

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The Power in Busting Myths!!!

Point: I was told I would never recover from TBIs; well I had 14 and recovered primarily on my own from several devastating Concussive syndromes; Transient Amnesia, onset of Parkinson, inability to Read with total loss of comprehension, inability to speak a congruent sentence – nor hold a conversation! Instead, I developed a technique called…

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Self Compassion

Let the rain of compassion touch you! In the morning I walked outside with my Sädé. Lifting my head toward the tender grey sky, waters’ purity caressed my face – releasing my hoodie, allowing the rain to embrace my hair, moisten my skin, unadulterated senses of compassion filled me. Compassion! Was here and now, I heard the…

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Learn To Listen!! People Need To Be Heard

Turn off the cell phone, close the computer, sit with a new or old friend, face to face and Listen to Each Other. We open our Hearts and Connect when we Listen. When we listen to others we expand our horizons. Promotes the heart and compassion to be present. Loneliness comes from disconnections! We have…

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Don’t Hold You Back: TBI Recovery!

Nothing is ever perfect in life! We humans are “Perfectly Imperfect” and so is life I was in my (Vestibular) therapists’ office yesterday for yet another treatment due to a slight fall in January. We spoke on the critical factors of my brain’s delicateness. Although I have recovered, the next slight fall could severely damage or…

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Stumbling Upon Mindfulness: One Veteran’s Afghanistan Experience

I personally define mindfulness as the space between cause and effect where our expressed differences define our relationship with the present.  I know it’s not the definition with which you might be most familiar, but my mindfulness journey is rooted in a story of chaos, desperation, and survival. It is with great distinction to have Reg McCutcheon, a retired…

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When Kindness Is Necessary

Diane and I sat in my car, the air was heavy! Backing the car from it’s parking spot I asked, is there something you need to talk about? Diane began: “I came to Taos because my best friend killed herself yesterday. She jumped off the Taos Canyon Bridge! No one knew, she was so strong…

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TBI: Brain Fatigue!

Sensations of the Brain ~ Fatigue  Traumatic Brain Injuries and fatigue are synonymous! Fatigue, if not taken care of, more symptoms will plague a person. Sensations from the brain are physical warning signs! If we do not understand what to look for, the ability to Function worsens.   Have you ever held a baby as the infant goes to sleep,…

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