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Why does anyone still smoke? Just about everywhere you go nowadays you see signs that clearly state that smoking is not allowed. Yet despite all of the sanctions, taxes, peer pressure, and with over 440,000 deaths every year in the US, there remain millions of hardcore tobacco users who just don’t seem to want or be able to stop this habit.
Clearly, the fact tobacco products cause cancers of the lung, esophagus, larynx, and oral cavity should motivate any sane person to immediately stop smoking cigars, cigarettes, chewing tobacco and smoking pipes. However, there are still those who display a false bravado as they claim that you cannot live forever. Others seem to have developed a mindless habit that requires them to have tobacco problems. Some tell me that...
What does a fulfilled life mean? Certainly it is much more than just paying bills, having kids, and comfortably retiring. There simply must be much more to living than that. Over the years I’ve worked with countless people who feel that something is missing. Yet, they don’t know what.
Back in the 1943, the American psychologist Abraham Maslow gave us a theory that endures until today. He specified that people have a “hierarchy of needs,” which stipulates that needs must be satisfied in this order: physiological, safety, love and belonging, esteem, and then self-actualization. Once these are satisfied at one level, then there is an opportunity to address those at the next higher level.
For the most part in the Western world where literacy is generally at a high level, barring aberrations such as the current recession, generally most people feel rather satisfied...
Frequently I hear that speaking in public is the number one fear in America and probably the world. Why is it that people will more likely risk their lives rather than get up in front of a group of strangers or even people who they know well? If this describes you, think for a moment. You become self-conscious and tense. Your blood pressure goes up. Your mind is racing. You are afraid that you won’t remember what to say. You are afraid that you will look like a fool? You even remember your last attempt and have never gotten over that experience.
Fortunately, this does not need to describe your next speaking opportunity. What if every time you got up to speak you felt passionate and energized? How would you feel knowing that you can connect easily with your audience and that they will hold onto every word and gesture? What if your enthusiasm was contagious and your listeners...