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Are you a hugger or do you try to avoid hugging if you can manage it?

I’m not a fan of hugging.  I see you coming, and brace for impact.  I much prefer bowing or an encouraging fist bump.  I like my personal space.  Unless we are very close, I don’t want to hug...

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You Are Enough

I’ve been working for a couple months now with a client who is on the verge of taking the next step in her career.  She’s been weighing the pros and cons, reading the new job description and assessing whether this new position will fit into her personal lifestyle.

After all...

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What Are You Waiting For?

I had a flashback the other day to elementary school and a game we used to play called, Heads Down – Thumbs Up.

Picture a classroom of 10-year-olds sitting in neat rows. The lights are off and five students selected by the teacher are standing at the front of the classroom.  The rest...

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Stop Chasing the Dragon
I’ve been battling a head and chest cold for the past two weeks. It sapped all my energy, but when the body needs to heal, you must listen to it.   
 
My cold arrived just as my family was leaving. My parents, brother, sister-in-law and one-year old niece stayed with me for...
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When People Push Your Buttons
I recently received two messages on the same day with two very different tones.
 
The first message came from a friend of 20+ years who is also a member of this self-mastery community. She wrote to tell me how much she appreciated one of my recent emails and how my messages challenge her to...
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Love or Fear?
I started reading a book that keeps coming across my path, Conversations with God, by Neale Donald Walsch. I’m not particularly religious, but I am open to different ways of looking at the world. I came to this statement on page 15 and have been turning it over and over in my mind for...
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Is Your Pole Balanced?
I’ve been talking to a lot of givers lately.
 
-Employees giving unpaid hours to their employer.
-Parents giving money to their children.
-Adult children giving care to aging parents.
-Salespeople giving energy to their clients.
 
One thing unites all these people – the...
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When Frustration is a Good Thing
When is frustration a good thing?
 
I have a client who is extremely frustrated. He has a successful business but it’s not growing. He keeps hitting his head on the metaphorical ceiling. His current business has him trapped in a box of his own making.   
 
His...
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The Cost vs Investment Quandary

 I recently made the decision to switch web platforms.  It wasn’t an easy one and something I have been hemming and hawing for a few months now.

 Over the past year I have made a significant shift in my business structure.  As I evolve personally, my business is evolving...

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