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Make Your New Year’s Resolution Stick

The New Year is upon us. Do you have a New Year’s Resolution? Well, if you’re like most North Americans you have at least one resolution. And, if you are like the majority of these promise-makers, your resolution is probably related to health and fitness. For many it is a promise to eat healthier, exercise more, and  lose weight. While resolutions... >Full Story

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Getting Over the Holiday Blues

Need to talk? Power to Change offers a free mentoring program where you can talk privately with a trained mentor. This is supposed to be a season of joy and happiness, but many people don't feel it. Many people suffer from bouts of depression or the blues at different times during the year. During the holiday season people encounter...... >Read More



Eddie Kennison: Life on Purpose

Story written by Kevin Miller, story told by Eddie Kennison, #87-Wide Receiver, Kansas City Chiefs My wife was rushed to the hospital on a Thursday night. She had started experiencing some strange symptoms the previous evening. Now she was unconscious. Things were getting serious fast. One day passed, and then another. The doctors ran all sorts...... >Read More



Leadership, Opportunity, Integrity and Cancer

Profile on: Herb Buller: Co-founder of Midland Concrete Product, Kitchen Craft of Canada and Norcraft Canada. Today is a day of celebration for Erna and me. Exactly ten years ago today we were in the Winnipeg Clinic at the ophthalmologist. I had just been subjected to a bunch of tests on my left eye. After looking into my eye with his various...... >Read More



Top ten ways to teach values to your kids

In a consumer-driven society that broadcasts values that don’t reflect what you believe, how can fathers teach values to their kids? Here are ten ideas to help you: Tell them your life stories and teach through your stories Kids love to hear stories about your childhood. Weave in some moral dilemmas and you’ve got great opportunities to...... >Read More



Daughter's Death Leads to Renewed Purpose in Life

Patricia Fong was enjoying a typical workday at Amcore Investment Group on January 27, 2002 when she received a phone call that would change her life forever. The call was from her eighteen-year-old daughter, Megan, who was a freshman at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. An outstanding tennis player, Megan had earned a full athletic scholarship...... >Read More



One, Two, Three Strikes Against Me

Profile on:  Anthony Munoz, NFL Hall of Fame 1998 Growing up in a poor suburb of Los Angeles, Anthony Munoz dreamed of becoming a professional athlete. Although baseball was his first love, his immense physical stature led him to pursue football instead. Coming from a single parent home in a neighbourhood riddled with gangs, drugs, and violence,...... >Read More



Finding a Meaning Beyond Money

Profile: Daniel J. Arnold, President Road Ranger LLC By the time Dan Arnold was 33, he thought he had it made. After building up a $50 million dollar gas station and convenience store business from scratch in less than 10 years, he sold it for more cash than he though he’d ever be able to spend. But it didn’t take... >Read More


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