Publisher’s Corner

Gratitude: The New “New” In Thing

November 21st, 2012
It's just silly. Really.

LPTrendsNothingClicheToday. Thanksgiving. Yes. In fact a globally celebrated ritual. But ritual gratitude is like breathing only sometimes: folly is sure to befall those who hold their breaths or their gratefulness for special occasions. I’d like to suggest we remember that … Continue reading

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Some Positive For A Change

November 19th, 2012

  LPTrendsMind – Positively Positive – Your Attitude + Your Choices = Your Life We like to think of ourselves as purveyors of positivity, but no one does it like the absolutely positive peeps at Positively Positive (can you say … Continue reading

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The Delicious Art of Gayle Rappaport-Weiland

November 7th, 2012
Gayle Rappaport-Weiland

  LPTrendsArtists. The Art of Gayle Rappaport-Weiland. Words we use to describe Gayle: Divine, Delicious, & Countlessly Classy. Here we present a profile, an interview, and some of her extraordinary works of art, because stunning art of some form always … Continue reading

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Destiny, Love & the Politics of Race

October 25th, 2012
Original Works by Ron Kendall.

  LPTrendsProse. Why not? On change, destiny, love, and the politics of race. Take ten minutes to absorb the inner truths of 3 women, Jena Dilema, Deborah Grinnell, and Tracy Saville. *** IMMINENCE By Jena Dilema           … Continue reading

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Brigadier Generals Know Extreme Leadership

October 10th, 2012
Tom Kolditz today. Photo opurtesy of

  LPTrendsLeadership. “Brigadier General (Ret.) Thomas Kolditz, a Senior Lecturer at Yale University, on the future of leadership. Tom Kolditz has appeared on ABC World News, ABC 20-20, Al Jazeera, MSNBC, CBS, NPR, Calgary Today, Morning Ireland, and conducted interviews with the New York Times, the Associated … Continue reading

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Primally Gained: Boxing’s Real People Impact

September 24th, 2012
The Twelfth Week

  LPTrendsBody: Frost Primed. Feature writer Christopher Karne Frost wraps up his amazing journey with Prime Time Boxing. Watch the full transformation in the 4th and Final video here. Three months, 23 pounds, 4 ½ inches, and a lifetime worth … Continue reading

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Adam Corrigan: Olympic-Grade Body Advice

September 18th, 2012
Adam Corrigan

LPTrendsBody: Adam Corrigan. Former Olympian champion in Tae Kwon Do, now mixed martial artist and fitness trainer (for the 40 – 60 set with kids and professional lives and stresses), Adam will kick your collective backsides (with permission), if you … Continue reading

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Zanzibar Entrepreneur: Emerson Skeens

September 2nd, 2012
Turn down service....very special.

LPTrendsEntrepreneurs: On Zanzibar’s Emerson Skeens by Susan Bainbridge. Levi-Strauss once said that all accounts of travel “create the illusion of something which no longer exists, but should exist.” And therein lies the dilemma of the consummate traveller; trapped into an … Continue reading

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Purple Carrot Is Your New Best Friend

August 20th, 2012
Chris Pedersen

LPTrendsAuthors. Chris Pedersen. Making the minds and bodies of kids as healthy and powerful as they can be is the intentional human pursuit of this brilliant writer. Through innovative mobile apps, unique reading experiences that kids love as much as parents, … Continue reading

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Getting It Done (Arrows in the Dark)

August 6th, 2012
Shooting arrows in the dark can yield some interesting quarry.

LPTrendsAuthors & Getting It Done: Kathryn Mattingly. Doing the best we can with our immediate circumstances is a little like shooting arrows in the dark sometimes. You have no idea where they will land, but you hope occasionally one will … Continue reading

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