Ora Nadrich is the life coach to the stars and she has one question for you that just might change your life. Find out how to stop holding on to the things and thoughts that are holding you back.
She became an international sensation with her book “Eat Pray Love.” Now, Elizabeth Gilbert is teaching us all how to find the magic in our lives by living a life defined more by curiosity than fear.
One of the most popular self-help authors in the world has a provocative new book that tackles the habits that rule our everyday lives. Get her strategies for improving yours.
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His wife left him and his best friend died. Instead of drowning in depression, Neil Pasricha started taking note of all the awesome things about life. Find out how you too can start appreciating simple, universal joys.
Fortune 500 companies call on him to teach their employees how to become more effective and successful. Now, we’re bringing him to you.
He says his purpose in life is to be a battery charger of the human spirit. Find out how he’s trying to change 1 million lives to help others find their purpose.
She’s a relationship expert who believes we all — regardless of age — deserve a shot at love. Lisa Daily says the dating dynamic is different now than ever before, and she has tips for dating like a grownup.