What Can You Gain from Facing Your Biggest Fear?

Doing what scares you is an exhilarating experience. Doing what scares you the most, can be freeing. After facing my own fears, it’s an experience I highly recommend. According to the Washington Post reporting on a survey performed by Chapman University, the most common fears in American are (most feared at the top of the[..] Read more >>

How to do Little but Make a Big Impact

Have you ever been part of a seemingly every-day occurrence, such as taking a ride in a car… but one small difference made it a better-than-average experience? This story is just that. Though, a more accurate categorization of it is having a crappy experience that turned out to be pretty good because of the other[..] Read more >>

Is Pain a Good Thing or a Bad Thing?

Pain don’t hurt. Have you heard that saying? What a load of BS. Pain does hurt. The definition of pain is an unpleasant physical sensation. However, just because pain is unpleasant or painful, doesn’t mean it’s bad. A story of a painful experience Recently, I was in the Caribbean with my husband and some of[..] Read more >>

Is it WHAT You Know or WHO You Know that Matters?

Transcript of Video Have you ever heard the saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know?” Well, there’s some validity to that. Of course what you know is important. Thought what you know is not as important as putting to action what you know. Even in the book Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon[..] Read more >>

How Do You FIT IN?

Transcript of Video I’m answering a question submitted to Ask Amiee. This question came from Rivee, and Rivee says: “How do I fit in with other people?” My answer for you, Rivee, is this… You probably are asking the wrong question. You really don’t need to fit in. In fact, as a young adult, it’s[..] Read more >>