Posted: Friday, May 1st, 2020 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

We are currently supporing three children in Tanzania with World Vision. I know others are doing amazing things for their neighbors. Keep up the good work.

In partnership with donors like you, World Vision has already: • Provided 300,000 meals for families in hot spots across the U.S. like Washington state, New York, and Chicago. • Delivered more than 180,000 pieces of personal protective equipment like face masks, gloves, and gowns to health clinics nationwide. • Trained and supported more than 7,000 community health workers in developing countries where health resources are limited. • Reached 5.4 million vulnerable people with awareness and training on the best ways to protect themselves from COVID-19. They’ve made a critical difference together, but the need is still urgent! On May 5, we invite you to continue your support during a special Giving Tuesday event created in response to COVID-19. Join this global movement of generosity to help protect those made most vulnerable by this crisis.

Posted: Saturday, March 7th, 2020 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

I really enjoyed learning that doing an exercise improves your body by 30% while visualizing the same experience over time resulted in a 22% improvement. Let me know what you think about this after you watch the video. The book is free, however, if you are already subscribing to Audible as I am it is not free.

Posted: Wednesday, December 4th, 2019 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

(Credit: Tim Gordon, University of Exeter)

Self talk seems to effect every living creature. Scientists have looked at various methods to save  endangered coral reefs for years, looking at everything from growing them in labs to making them pollution resistant.  A new study suggests that sounds from healthy reefs could also play a role in saving them. Known as "acoustic enrichment," researchers believe that putting underwater speakers near the dying reefs could help bring young fish to the reefs and restore them.  Learn more from Fox News: Coral Reefs.

Posted: Monday, January 13th, 2020 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith


Science Says Only 8 Percent of People Actually Achieve Their Goals ( Harvard Says Those With Goals Are 10x More Likely to Succeed.

Which one is it???

Maybe you've heard Oprah or Arnold Schwarzenegger say  “Vision Boards” are the essential Secret!    Others say VB's are time-wasting propaganda.   Did you know that most of those who worked on the movie “The Secret”  (based on the "Law of Attraction") are now broke? 

So do they work or not???

If goals don’t work, what does?   If vision boards don’t work, what does?


Here’s the exact problem you face:  You DON’T KNOW what works!  And you are super frustrated with parts or even all of your life. 

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Posted: Monday, October 28th, 2019 by Gaelyn Whitley Keith

Behavioral riddle:  You have been put in a cage, stuck behind titanium bars.  There is no way out.  To live through this ordeal you must eat 240 tiny pellets of food every hour.  The problem is they are outside the cage and grabbing them quickly seems almost impossible.  When you beginning the process it takes you 30 seconds per pellet.  If you continue to do things the same way you will only consume half the food you need for survival.  You will starve to death.

The answer:  You must expand your thinking and complete the task in a faster manner.


Impossible, Right!!!!! Not exactly.  The story is actually based on research done on squirrel monkeys.  After just under 500 tries the monkeys were more proficient at their task.  Their new mindset saved their lives.  So how does that relate to your life?  Well we have all heard the old saying, "practice makes perfect."  What makes this so interesting is that the researchers were able to scan these monkeys brains.  They found that as the monkeys reached over and over for the pellets that the cortical area being activated by the task had increased several times over.  That is precisely what saved their lives, through mere repetition, each monkey had expanded the section of its brain necessary for accomplishing this task.  Recent studies in neuroscience have proven that this process works identically in human brains.