Borrow Trouble? Give It Back

by Guest Blogger Cheryl L. Maloney What keeps you up at night?  Is it a legitimate worry or a fear that something might possibly happen in the future?  You know the difference.  Losing your job and not being able to pay the rent is distinctly different from fretting about what someone might say about you to their friends. [...]

It Is Your Life

by Guest Blogger Cheryl Maloney Does every one around you have an opinion about how you should be living your life?  Is there always some well-meaning friend or relative who doesn’t want you to make the mistakes that they did?  Do you just want them to leave you alone? It doesn’t matter if you are [...]

Get Out of Your Head

by Guest Blogger Cheryl L. Maloney Don’t you just love it when yesterday’s mistakes keep bouncing around in your head? Do you keep replaying a mistake, a comment, yours or someone else’s, or reliving a bad experience? For every minute that we spend rehashing the past we lose out on enjoying life right now. Is [...]

Chapter Excerpt: Simple Steps for Real Life by Cheryl Maloney

Know It!  Tune Into You Introduction There comes a time when we need to stand on our own two feet. For some, this may have happened early on when, as a child, that independent streak came across loud and clear. For others, perhaps it came later in life when the ones they relied upon for guidance were no [...]

Author Profile: Cheryl Maloney, Simple Steps for Real Life

Why did you decide to write this book? I wrote Simple Steps for Real Life to provide a easy to read guidebook for dealing with life and making it better.  It is my belief that we want answers, solutions but not complicated plans or programs.  Simple Steps for Real Life is well, simple!Blogging, posting & [...]

Chapter Excerpt: Forgiving the Unforgivable by Master Charles Cannon

Introduction  A good friend had a dream recently where he met an actual genie.  The genie did the obvious—offered him three wishes.  My friend struggled inside the dream, trying to decide, until a voice whispered to him: “Ask for understanding.” He didn’t understand.  In fact, his confusion woke him up and he lay in bed for a long while, [...]

Author Profile: Master Charles Cannon, Forgiving the Unforgivable

Why did you decide to write this book? After the terrorists attacks, people who watched and heard us speak on international media were inspired by how we immediately forgave our attackers. They wanted to know who we were, how we got to be the way we are, and how they could participate. This book is [...]

TOWARDS PERFECTING MODEL

by Guest Blogger Master Charles Cannon Forgiveness. It’s one of the toughest things to do. I wonder how many of us DON’T have someone in our lives that we haven’t been able to forgive? Of course, at the core of it all is the problem we have forgiving ourselves. Who can’t remember things they’ve done that [...]

Author Profile: John Karrys, Gods of Greektown

Why did you decide to write this book? I felt I had a unique story to share. There was a lot of buried pain inside. I was angry and needed to unearth why.   Do you have any secret writing tips you’d like to share? The best writing comes from rewriting.   Tell us a [...]

Chapter 3 – Gods of Greektown by John Karrys

Chapter 3: Please, Please, Please Gods of Greektown by John Karrys http://godsofgreektown.com/ Today is the big day, and Zach Manos believes he is ready toscore a top position with a bank, brokerage house, or hedge fundfirm he feels will offer him the best incentives. Three interviews are on deck today, the first one scheduled at [...]