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Change is your friend

Posted by Aaron Solly on Monday, June 24, 2013, In : Articles 
Do you believe that change is your friend?

So many people are afraid of change.  Change is the one consistent thing in our life.

Take a look in the mirror and then take a look at pictures of you at five, ten, fifteen, twenty, and twenty-five years old. The reality is you are changing. You are always changing.

The mileage on your car changes every time you drive it.

The amount of food in your fridge changes every time you eat something from it.

If you are into sports, the players on your favorite t...

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Everything is a gift

Posted by Aaron Solly on Sunday, April 7, 2013, In : Articles 
My birthday is on December 25th so I have a bit of experience when it comes to receiving gifts.

My parents were very good about separating my birthday and Christmas so I felt like I was able to benefit from both.  Christmas time became a very exciting time for me. There is a joke in our family about how my mom needed to hide the Christmas edition of the Sears catalogue.  If I saw in in October or November when it first came out,  I would spend every day analyzing all the new and exciting toys ...

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So here is the thing...

Posted by Aaron Solly on Tuesday, May 8, 2012, In : Articles 
You can be what you have always wanted to be.

You can write that book, sing to the world, teach all the children or bring peace to all.

All you need to do is focus on the good.

Two days ago, I saw Marianne Williamson speak at the I Can Do It! conference in Vancouver.

One thing she said was "Be about the good thing."

If you are always focusing on the good, what becomes your reality - goodness.

If you are full of goodness, how will you treat yourself - good.

If you treat yourself good, how will you ...
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What is good?

Posted by Aaron Solly on Thursday, February 2, 2012, In : Articles 
I attended a local Chamber of Commerce luncheon today.  The keynote speaker did a talk on how to have memorable conversations. She did an exercise with the group that was quite powerful. 

She asked everyone to get up and meet six people.  We were all asked to introduce ourselves and ask a simple question, "what is good?". 

I was very impressed with the energy shift in the room after doing this exercise. Everyone really opened up and were enjoying themselves.

The presenter pointed out that too...

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