A great way to remember a list of words or facts is to use a mnemonic device where you make a word from the first letters of each item in that list. For example: HOMES is word (aka acronym) that can be used to remember the names of the five Great Lakes of the United … More Be CLEVER.

Be who you are.

“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is You-er than You.” – Dr. Seuss   Many people are not comfortable with who they are. A barrage of advertisements and marketing schemes scream at the public, directing them to be this or that, wear this or that, eat … More Be who you are.

Be you.

Authenticity is the state of being genuinely you; but, suppose you are unclear on who you are. A good place to start is in front of a mirror. Declare, “I am…[insert your name],” followed by positive affirmations that you know are true about yourself like: “I am clever; I am open to new ideas;  I am a … More Be you.