Surprising Lessons Dangling at top of Canada’s First Aerial Park

Yesterday I spent the day with some girlfriends at Edmonton’s new aerial park. It’s is the first in Canada, I might add. A lot of thoughts went through my mind before I was actually going to go. First, I thought about whether or not I actually should go, whether or not I had the time…

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How a Tube Slide can Teach us about Greatness

Last weekend, Zane had a birthday party at Galaxyland. Personally birthday weekends make me shudder, but it was Charlotte’s birthday, Zane’s pseudo-baby sister. So it was special. We couldn’t miss it.     Charlotte’s birthday was at Galaxyland, the amazing indoor amusement park at West Edmonton Mall. For a fee you can get a day…

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Simple Steps to Living a Bulletproof Life

This morning I was listening to Lewis Howes’ interview with success coach Chris Lee. He was talking about how to live a bulletproof life. I love listening to the wisdom of success coaches on podcasts. I feel like I get the benefit of receiving the teaching and intelligence of all of these world renowned success…

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Do you Have the Aptitude to be Rich?

Most every child born in a developed country dreams of one day being rich when he grows up. As we get older, this dream gradually fades as we start to settle in the confines of what we believe to be true for us. If this fate isn’t for you, the alternative is that we can…

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How Half a Glass of Water can Make You Happy

The power of positivity. This morning, I was listening to Hal Elrod’s Achieve Your Goals podcast where Jon Berghoff was interviewing one Robyn Stratton-Berkessel on the Words that Create our World. Robyn calls herself a Positivity-Strategist. She works with people essentially to elevate themselves such that they can be happier individuals, and produce better results.…

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