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Blind Spot #3 – “We focus on a few details and we miss the big picture.”

How many of you have heard the phrase: “I can’t see the forest through the trees.” Oftentimes we acknowledge that at ground level, we do see the trees, we just don’t see how they connect. We only focus on certain … Continue reading

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I Talk – BECAUSE WHAT MATTERS IS FAMILIES!

I talk about my father, my mother, my brothers, my sister, not to impress, not for notoriety; nor to hear myself talk.  I talk so I don’t forget.   I talk so my children will talk and my grandchildren will talk to continue the … Continue reading

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Are you having difficulties getting your coaching business off the ground?

5 Tips I thought I would share an article I read in NAFE News.  Since I’m having a difficult time getting my coaching business off the ground and the competition appears to be fierce,  if you’re like me perhaps these tips … Continue reading

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Seasons: My Pursuit of Happiness

In my journey, what I thought would make me happy, led me to quick fixes which caused me to deal with the shame of not being fulfilled. I turned to men to find a man. I turned to alcohol to … Continue reading

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Is Exercise a punishment?

Is Exercise a punishment? Not According to Michelle May, M.D. in her January 2012 Am I hungry newsletter, we need to exercise for health, not punishment.  Read Dr. May’s advice: “Don’t make the mistake of exercising to earn the right … Continue reading

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BLINDS SPOTS – Part II: We prefer fantasy instead of the pain of reality.

Does that make sense? Read the following scenario. There was a woman who left her husband after years of emotional abuse.  She had been in and out of counseling for years.  Each time she left her husband, she returned, hoping … Continue reading

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BLINDSPOTS!

BLINDSPOTS (Part I of IV) “It’s the things we do not see that hinder our success.” “Forewarned is Forearmed.” When a car nearly swipes another on the freeway you have witnessed an example of a visual blindspot and as people; … Continue reading

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Coaching is about walking beside others!

“You are not here merely to make a living. You are here to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world and you … Continue reading

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Can YOU fail wisely?

Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors. — African proverb The Center for Social Leaders posted a very timely newsletter blog on Failing Wisely, enjoy: Many venture capital firms are actually more likely to invest in an entrepreneur who has already failed … Continue reading

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Mirror Mirror on the Wall – a little humor!

Mirror Mirror on the Wall, I’m not like her, not at all♥ Many Mothers all over the world would agree that with motherhood there is, at times, a love/hate relationship with daughters. My mom could be firm, an authoritarian, and … Continue reading

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