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All I Want Is For You To Listen

The other day, I came across this video of Tony Robbins at his live event coaching a suicidal teen. I saw it on FB and I’m not sure when it was originally posted. Have you seen this video? I was mesmerized and it led me to tears! This video brought me back to 2015 when […]

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What Does Your Surrounding Reflect About Your State of Mind?

What’s a positive word or phrase that your family and friends mostly say about you? There’s got to be one! Well mine is “you’re so organized”. That’s not all the time, by the way (hence the adverb “mostly”). Nevertheless, I’m grateful and I accept it as one of my natural gifts. Surely, my family benefits […]

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When Your Assumptions Get In The Way

“Help” is a big word that needs more clarification. When you allow assumptions to get in the way, someone’s not getting the exact help they need. That someone can be a loved one, a friend, a co-worker or just about anyone you can think of…including yourself. I gave a mini-workshop on Conflict Resolution a couple of […]

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Why Life Curves Keep Showing Up

Awareness > Action > Accountability > Attraction. That was my early understanding about the stages of change. This understanding had expanded and evolved. My practice had taught me one key ingredient that’s vital for change to happen – “acceptance”. Change starts from awareness and acceptance must follow. Accepting reality, who we are, our strengths, our weaknesses. […]

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Creativity Needs Space

When I was still programming and found myself stuck debugging a code, it’s when I knew my mind needed space to expand. A walk around the building with my boss while talking about “something else” used to do the trick for me. I used to think it was the oddest thing until I understood. There […]

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What Might Help You Gain Courage To Move Forward

May your heart gain the courage you’ve been looking for. What resources do you have to help you shift your perspective?

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One Key To Discovering More About Yourself

Sometimes we can get caught in the noise of finding true happiness and self-satisfaction from the outside. When what we need is to start looking from within. How are you finding happiness? What is your innermost desire?

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How To Practice The Attitude of Gratitude

Committed to my first gratitude journal in 2014…then it became a habit. Now on my 5th journal! How are you expressing your gratitude meaningfully?

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What Your Thoughts and Emotions Contain

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What Would Determine Your Attitude Other Than A Personality Test

The words you say determine much of your attitude and outlook on life. The words you say determine the value you see in other people. The words you say determine the value you see in yourself.  

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