Personal Empowerment

life management

Life Management Tips For A Happy Life

By Chris Shea | August 9, 2019

Life management became the focus of my live interview on the LA radio show “Ask Brien.” This business-focused show turned into a life coaching episode as the topic of time management easily and quickly moved into life management. Check out the full interview below. The host asked me to define and talk about time management,…

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How To Be Successful – It’s Not What You Think

By Chris Shea | May 28, 2019

To be successful, as defined by society, causes us to focus on wealth and power, not on one’s ability and goals. When I can say that I’ve done my best, and am comfortable with that, then I’m successful and at peace. “If I try to fail and succeed, which have I done?” – anonymous I…

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chronic pain management

How I Cope With Chronic Pain Management Using Mindfulness

By Chris Shea | May 9, 2019

Unfortunately, many people struggle with chronic pain management, as do I. Over time I’ve gained insights into what techniques work for me and which don’t work. Much of the content of my life coaching message comes from my personal pain management struggles. One thing I have learned with certainty, there are ways to manage pain…

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change perspective

An Expert Life Coach Shares Successful Ways to Change Perspective

By Chris Shea | December 3, 2018

Many of us are negatively bothered by the small annoyances in life. Expert life coach Chris Shea shares his successful way to change perspective and live happier. It’s usually not the big things that affect us as much as the accumulation of these daily small annoyances. We find ourselves lashing out in anger or snapping…

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stress and anxiety

How To Live An Awesome Stress And Anxiety Free Life Without Worry

By Chris Shea | April 18, 2018

Stress and anxiety are felt by us all. We can live a stress-free life and this article explains how. “I am capable of thinking … yet I am not my thoughts; I am the thinker of my thoughts; therefore I can change what I feel and still be me”. -Terence Gorski Each of us are…

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future plans

Can I Control My Future Plans? Yes You Can

By Chris Shea | April 8, 2018

Can I control my future plans? Yes you can when you change perspective. Have you ever felt anxious about future plans or situations? I have, and I’m fairly sure most of you have, too. The anxiety we feel is caused because of the unknown. Future plans are full of unknown variables, and each of those…

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Tips For Positive Living When I Feel Stuck In Life

By Chris Shea | March 22, 2018

Do you feel it? There is a change in the air. The sun is a bit brighter and warmer, the air is losing its crispness, and the flowers are beginning to bloom! Where I live I know that Spring is coming by the position of the sun at sunset while I hear the cries of…

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How To Make A Resolution A Positive Goal

By Chris Shea | February 8, 2018

“Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately degenerate into hard work.” – Peter Drucker As the new year began many of us made resolutions for ourselves with healthy living intentions. We resolved to make our life better, to be healthier, to be successful, overall to be different from who we’ve been. But now, as…

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How To Be Caring With People Not Feeling The Holiday Joy

How To Be Caring With People Not Feeling The Holiday Joy

By Chris Shea | December 15, 2017

I don’t think there is any other time of the year which evokes such strong emotions as does this time of the year. For some of us we are excited, joyous, filled with wonder and anticipation! We visit family and friends, host parties and gatherings, spreading joy everywhere we go! But yet there are some…

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Have A Positive Life Through Mindful Imagination

Have A Positive Life Through Mindful Imagination

By Chris Shea | November 28, 2017

As I’ve grown older I realize that I’m not as creative as I was as a child. Whether that’s actually true or just my perception, it’s my current reality. Children have a sense of wonder about them, partly because many of their life experiences are new to them. I watch the reaction on the face…

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