January 13, 2021
In theory, we are all made up of parts. There is the happy part, sad part, stressed part and so on. All of these parts come together to make us who we are and how we respond and interact with the world around us.
You can use this visualization technique to help reduce everything from smoking to nail biting. All you need is the desire to change and the will to use this practice this regularly.
No magic bullets, just work this system!
December 23, 2020
One of the best ways to create success in life is to see what others are doing. and learn from them. I had the pleasure of talking to a local realtor named Courtney Atkinson. He shared some insights on what it took for him to build a successful business and lifestyle. This is a must listen to help make 2021 a great year!
December 18, 2020
Some insights into dating do's and don'ts for the single woman and a little bit about how a certain industry is doing really well these days.
December 2, 2020
We have all heard about being grateful for what we have. Maybe your parents or guardians told you that no matter how little or how much you have, you should be grateful for it. With the restrictions of COVID-19 you may think you have lost a lot and there is very little to be grateful for. This is simply not true.
November 26, 2020
One day after Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announces stricter measures in an effort to control the spread of COVID-19, we find ourselves facing the potentially good, bad, and the ugly truth about the next three weeks and beyond if things do not change for the better. Restrictions on home socializing and indoor gatherings along with the potential loss of more jobs ahead of the Christmas season are enough to bring down anyone's mode. So what are we going to do? Try this.
November 11, 2020
This is an introduction to James and where Out of the Box began and where it may lead you and how it can change your life. If you are curious about breaking habits negatively affecting your health and well being or being self employed and working with mental illness then follow along.