Insight – Clarity – Growth

2 min readPink FlowersWelcome to the first post on Insight – Clarity – Growth.

The purpose of this blog is to pass on information that I have found interesting or useful and that will hopefully help you on your path to, you guessed it, Insight, Clarity, and Growth.

2011 is the year that I will, hopefully, turn 50. As I was lying on the couch on New Year’s Day, feeling a little groggy from staying up until 2am on New Year’s Eve, I thought it would be kind of cool and symbolic to do something I have never done before – every day until I turn 50 in August. Easier said than done! Today I did my first blog post. Yesterday I didn’t do anything new but I borrowed from the day before when I did two new things – used a GPS to get somewhere and took Oil of Oregano (which just has to be good for you, because it tastes that bad).

I’ll keep you posted on my progress.

And now for the information I’ve found interesting and want to pass on portion of the blog …

Patrick Mathieu passed this TED video on to me. It’s very interesting and enlightening. Here’s to living Wholeheartedly in 2011. Happy New Year!

TED Talks Brene Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share…

About Lisa Ivaldi

Lisa loves sharing information that will have a positive impact. is a personal growth blog that uses personal stories and expert theories to share ideas and perspectives. Sometimes looking at things slightly differently can make a huge difference.
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2 Responses to Insight – Clarity – Growth

  1. Linda Turchin says:

    Hi Lisa, I was interested to read your article on mindfulness. It is an important concept in Buddhist literature. To me, mindfulness is the exercise of discerning what to nurture and what to disgard. And as you say, it is amazing how often we get caught up in thoughts that have no bearing on reality. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Linda Turchin says:

    oops …. I do this all the time — mix up my words, sometimes even creating new ones! Previous post should read: “discard ….”

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