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Stuck – Don’t even want to hear yourself talk

By Ginger Ross | August 4, 2020

You’ve heard the saying, “If you don’t have anything good to say, don’t say anything at all”? Over the past few years, I have tried hard to keep negative talk and criticism from coming out of my mouth; or even entering into my mind #energy. Recently, I find myself engaging in it. In a matter […]

The Four Desires Driving All Human Behavior

By Ginger Ross | July 31, 2020

Bertrand Russell’s magnificent Nobel prize acceptance speech. Brain Pickings | Maria Popova Bertrand Russell (May 18, 1872–February 2, 1970) endures as one of humanity’s most lucid and luminous minds — an oracle of timeless wisdom on everything from what “the good life” really means to why “fruitful monotony” is essential for happiness to love, sex, […]

Speak What You Mean To Say

By Ginger Ross | July 28, 2020

I am a firm believer that, in today’s society – in the US, people have become desensitized to the power of words and the skill of saying what one means to say, delivering their message, without going around in some type of circle jerk or worse; a conversation ends with one or both parties feeling […]

The theory of life

By Ginger Ross | June 23, 2020

I was just thinking this morning, that my biggest growth in life happened when I learned to ‘let go’ of situations and let them unfold as they will. I also appreciate that this is a very hard concept to grasp. The contest between the perception that you (we) control certain things and navigating the internal […]

The most powerful habit to form

By Ginger Ross | May 22, 2020

A Repost from Getpocket who reposted it from INC.   Neuroscience Says Doing This 1 Thing Makes You Just as Happy as Eating 2,000 Chocolate Bars It also gives you the same neurological boost as receiving $25,000. Inc. Melanie Curtin Wanting to be happier is a universal trait. It’s rare to find a person whose […]

What really motivates you?

By Ginger Ross | May 19, 2020

Hello friends – I hope this blog finds you well and eager to take ownership of your life. A long time ago, back in 1986, my employer took me to my first ever motivational speaking event. The speaker was Richard Tosti. Thought leadership and motivational speakers were in their infancy, as a profession, and I […]

Getting Things Done

By Ginger Ross | April 27, 2020

I do appreciate Walt Hampton’s quick and inspiring weekly blogs. They do set me on a track, even if it is short lived (that is a different discussion). This was Walt’s blog this morning. “Vilfredo Pareto was the dude who formulated the 80/20 rule… you know, the one that said that 20% of your efforts […]

Having versus Being

By Ginger Ross | April 20, 2020

Reprinted from dr. allen berger’s website… www.abphd.com At a glance Our society is locked in crisis. Society teaches us to focus on having rather than being. That is, we seek things and status instead of wisdom and authentic relationships. Deep down, we know we can never have enough things and status, but we keep trying […]

What do you desire?

By Ginger Ross | March 31, 2020

I love this question because every time I ask those I work with what they desire, the most common response is something like, “I have never given that any thought” or “Gosh, I don’t really know.” “What do you mean ‘committed to chaos,’ Alyssa? Why would I be committed to chaos?!?”⁣ For some, chaos helps […]

What do you really want?

By Ginger Ross | March 31, 2020

Bertrand Russell’s magnificent Nobel prize acceptance speech. Brain Pickings | Maria Popova Bertrand Russell (May 18, 1872–February 2, 1970) endures as one of humanity’s most lucid and luminous minds — an oracle of timeless wisdom on everything from what “the good life” really means to why “fruitful monotony” is essential for happiness to love, sex, […]

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