February 2009

How To Have A Good Meltdown

by Blanca Stella on February 16, 2009

In this video, I discuss how to handle a meltdown, take in your strengths, and take the opportunity of a meltdown to see how you can change your life for the better.

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There Is No Place Like Home

by Blanca Stella on February 16, 2009

In an essay in the Wall Street Journal yesterday, Joe Queenan focuses on the human foibles of the people we consider heroes. This past month Alex Rodriguez and Michael Phelps had transgressions that surprised us. One of the things that Joe Queenan says so poignantly is that ” these men may have done a great […]

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Just Believe

by Blanca Stella on February 15, 2009

I like this video because it makes me think of the kids growing up today who are our future generation. It makes me think of what is on their mind as they see all this economic uncertainty going on in the world.  Believing  in yourself is the only certainty that can be sustained.

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Good Memories May Boost the Umph to Get Going

by Blanca Stella on February 13, 2009

My sister emailed me yesterday wanting me to send her some pictures of a day we went on a road trip to  West Palm Beach in October, 2007. It was during that time that we worked together and started the vision for Resurrect Your Hero. We left at sunrise and I took some pictures along the way.  Maybe […]

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What Is the Real Fuel to Take You to The Next Level?

by Blanca Stella on February 10, 2009

On the cover of today’s Miami Herald and Wall Street Journal is the admission of Alex Rodriguez use of steroids from 2001-2003. The admission came when a Sports Illustrated reporter told him he had tested positive back then. The information came out from a report that federal agents confiscated from a California laboratory. Alex says that […]

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This video on you tube has over 5 million hits because it is hilarious. I felt bad for the poor kid, but I truly laughed my head off. It made me think how as adults, we have become numb to the childlike part of ourselves. Clearly in this video, the boy was distressed of the […]

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