Thought & Action Articles
We are all a product of our environment. This especially rings true when it relates to the people that we surround ourselves with. Think about the relationships that you have with the people you engage in your inner circle as well as those you meet in group settings. Do they typically share similar beliefs, life experiences […]Read More
Are you feeling stuck in your quest for personal growth? If you’re tired and frustrated because you haven’t been able to create lasting change, then it’s time to do something different. So let’s start by exploring two obstacles that get in your way of the path to progress. This would include our habitual way of […]Read More
As I get acclimated again to the east coast after living in California for five years, I’ve noticed a few things about our metro area. For starters, we’re considerably stressed and very much in a hurry to get somewhere…wherever, that may be. Now let’s take a deeper look at this stress and the human mind, […]Read More
I was always a fan of Seinfeld and watched the original series when it first came out. I enjoyed it because it focused on the realities and quirkiness of daily life in the Big City. To this day, there were a few episodes that really stood out for me, and one of them was about […]Read More
Using the right tools in life helps you get the job done. Just think of a time when you worked on a handy project in your home and reached for the Philips head screwdriver to screw in that Philips head nail, or when you were hanging that heavy mirror on the wall, you made sure […]Read More
Con·fi·dence – noun; defined by Merriam-Webster a feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed at something a feeling or consciousness of one’s powers or of reliance on one’s circumstances the quality or state of being certain Every now and then we can all use a healthy dose of self-confidence, especially since […]Read More
Remember the saying…”Less is more”? I’ve always loved that concept, so I decided to read an interesting book, entitled “Simple” by Alan Siegel and Irene Etzkorn. Just as the title suggests, the book highlights an important message to be shared because it has the ability to create a beneficial paradigm shift to anyone that is […]Read More
How well do you listen to your instincts? Why didn’t you trust your intuition? I’m sure you’ve been asked that after you have made a decision and realized that it wasn’t the best for you in the end. So do you or don’t you follow your instincts, and if you don’t, why not? The best […]Read More
Some people work in careers that help pay the bills. They are good at what they do but they are not totally passionate about it. And that’s fine for them because in their free time they enjoy what they are passionate about…whether it is baking or remodeling homes, etc. In fact, clients have often told […]Read More
I have to say that the thought of writing this article was definitely stressing me out. That’s when my precocious stepdaughter suggested that I write an article on procrastination…and then I knew there was something provocative about this topic on love. So the pressure is on as the message I’m looking to deliver is about […]Read More
Radio Audio Files
Listen to Chris Cordani's interview with Robin Gardner on the MONEY MATTERS Network Radio Station February 9, 2006.
Total listening time: Approximately 10 minutes in two parts.
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