LifeSPARKS Books Provide Inspiration and Tools for Lifelong Learning

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Who are the LifeSPARKS books  for?

These books are for you if you want to shift your mindsets and approach to learning in order to joyfully navigate the circumstances, surprises, and transitions in life –whether you are a parent, teacher, caregiver, or young adult in high school or college, or nearing retirement and wondering “what next?”

Read on to see what each book includes.

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One Strategy for Practicing Unconditional Love

I’ve had a few hard conversations this week and witnessed some other folk’s difficult situations.

Parenting, eldercare, working with people, relationships of all kinds give us opportunities to learn.

Opportunities to be present.

To see and be seen.

To accept.

To love.

Sometimes in my exuberance and enthusiasm for the possibilities about what can be learned and changed, I don’t realize that what someone might be hearing or feeling is:  

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Celebrating Friendship and Connection on Valentine’s Day

It’s almost Valentine’s Day.  What does that bring to mind for you?

Heart-shaped decorations? Roses? Chocolates?

For me it’s broader than decorations and date night.

It’s about hearts full of love and friendship.

Celebration and connection. 

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Lifelong Learning Puzzles

Life gives us lots of choices and challenges for learning.

Puzzles.

Life gives us lots of choices and challenges for learning.

Puzzles.

But they aren’t the kind of puzzles that come packaged in a box with all the pieces you need ready and waiting to be fitted together.  

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From Fear to Celebration: 5 Strategies to Transform Your Approach to Rejection

Fear of rejection and putting yourself into the world limits your ability to learn and grow. Celebrating rejection, instead of fearing it, transforms the person experiencing rejection from a victim of others choices, to the courageous chooser of opportunity. You can learn to change your mindset about fearing rejection to celebrating rejection.

As with most celebrations, celebrating rejection will make you happier. And if it still sounds impossible, there are at least five practical steps that you can take to get better at being rejected. You can choose to transform your relationship with rejection to allow yourself to bravely pursue your goals as you ask hard questions, try new things, and do what matters. 

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