Success and happiness are two sides of the same coin called purpose.
We all have a purpose in life. We were all created to do something that is greater than the accumulation of wealth. Real success in life can only be measured by the accomplishment of one's intended purpose. You are successful when you do what you were created to do. Until you truly understand why you are here, you can never put the energy needed to bring it to pass. It is the pursuit of this passion that leads to true success and happiness.
Motivational Moments: Spring cleaning: Seize the season
Thursday, 24 April 2014 12:01
This season brings so much excitement for me.
I don't know about the rest of you, but I am excited about what is in store for my future. There is something about the weather changing that brings joy to my heart. During this season, I think about old things leaving and new life coming forward. This time of year gives me so much energy and determination, that I feel like I can do anything.
Tips to make fresh baked pie with Spring ingredients
Tuesday, 22 April 2014 11:53
(StatePoint) There's nothing more timeless than pie. Part of the appeal is its homespun essence. So rather than serve the store-bought variety, try baking one yourself. Not only will the aroma set the house astir, experts say you'll taste the difference.
I recently received an email from Jennifer Jacobson, founder of Jacobson Communication on the eight tech tools every nonprofit should use.
With an estimated 1.5 million nonprofits in the United States alone, nonprofits help with everything from ending local hunger, advocating literacy, and other essential services that help build strong community. Yet for all their diversity, nonprofits share many of the same needs. Here are eight useful tech websites that nonprofits can use to stay organized, funded, and in the public eye.
"Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art " at Walker Art Center... Valerie Cassel Oliver, curator; Fionn Meade, Walker coordinating curator; artist Jamal Cyrus and artist Maren Hassenger.