Archive for February, 2007

Love Letter Contest Spurs Self Expression & Creativity

Tuesday, February 20th, 2007

Valentines Day began back in November for over 10,000 Los Angeles County children, as they entered the first annual Love Equals children’s Valentine’s Day writing contest, a joint venture of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation and Zimand Entertainment. Love Equals reached out and touched students and teachers at 2500 Los Angeles County schools, crossing income […]

The Four Most Common Reactions to Making a Mistake

Sunday, February 18th, 2007

Following up on our previous article about how avoiding mistakes is getting you nowhere. Here are four of the most common and destructive “skills” that we have learned for handling those times when we make mistakes. These are the key reactions that stop the learning process: 1. Pretending We Did Not Make A Mistake The […]

Avoiding Mistakes Is Getting You Nowhere

Friday, February 16th, 2007

The school year had begun. Students and their teachers were still checking each other out in eighth-grade math. “I give tough tests and I have no mercy,” our teacher, Mr. Barber, began. “Either you know the answers or you fail.” I could feel the fear building inside me. I glanced around the room, seeing some […]

The Astounding Science of Wealth and Happiness

Wednesday, February 14th, 2007

Sandra Anne Taylor has recently written Quantum Success: The Astounding Science of Wealth and Happiness. It is published by Hay House (July 2006) and will be available at all stores or on-line at Hayhouse. What follows is from the book, Quantum Success. While the first Law of Success concerns what you create, the second one, […]