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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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5-Steps to Staying on Track with Your Goals – How to Measure Your Progress

Once you see a way to reach your goals, you must believe that you can get there. Measuring your progress is one of the most important motivators of goal setting.   If you are becoming distracted, bored, or losing focus, ask … Continue reading

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5-Steps To Make Your Goals Specific and Action-Oriented

Introduction In order to make achieving your goals possible, they must be specific. You can clarify by asking yourself  the what, when, who, why and how. 1.  What’s Your Goal? Make a goal statement that specifies exactly what you want in … Continue reading

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How do you spell S-U-C-C-E-S-S?

“You beat fourteen million other sperm to get here. What makes you think you’re not a success?”-Les Williams For many women, we oftentimes define success by the world and its standards.  Setting our standards by the worlds is a prescription … 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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THE LITTLE GIRL IN ME – SEASONS

When I was a little girl, I was so good, But when I became a woman, I was bad. When I was a little girl, I was so sweet, But when I became a woman, I was mad. I lived … 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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