Self Value

What you intend, you attract

It’s Friday morning – the best work day for most of us, for we see the end in sight. Chances are good it’s easier to get out of bed this morning than other days through the week. When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Someone about to plod through the day? Someone .. read more

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On October 21st, 2011, posted in: intent, intrapersonal communication, Self Value by

The Power of UMHH…..

The spoken word is quite powerful. This has been exemplified since the time of creation – “And God said, ‘Let it be’ and it was. And it was good.” Ever since the beginning of time we people have understood the power behind what comes out of the mouth. Even when what comes out of our .. read more

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On January 19th, 2011, posted in: confidence, Delivery, discipline, Self Value, trust by 1 Comment

The most valuable form of recognition – Communication

Over the weekend I spent quality time with friends, one I hadn’t seen in years. When it comes to reconnecting with people, my first thought is, “gee, what will they think of me now?” And so as we were getting re-aquainted, it was so fun to watch the looks of surprise and discover the number .. read more

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On July 26th, 2010, posted in: Self Value, trust by

What it Actually Means When We Give

I remember crying when I first read the book, The Giving Tree. In Shel Silverstein’s classic way, this story unfolded with such fluid unravelling of child-like spirit. Been awhile since you read it? It has been for me. Yet a few images I recall are how the fully mature, brightly green-leaved tree became a stump. .. read more

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On June 30th, 2010, posted in: Self Value by

What if you heard this…

So you’re being diligent within your career. You’ve committed years of your time, your focus and your energy to a particular field of study and set of talents. You burn the candle at both ends. And part of what has given you the successful edge is your willingness to ask for feedback. You check in .. read more

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On June 17th, 2010, posted in: confidence, discipline, Self Value by 1 Comment

Moments of Decision

Yes, I have OFTEN wanted to be guided by divine intervention. I just didn’t want it to come from God! Hoping for a bronze bullet or wand from the willows or secrets from the sublime, I have wanted an inside track into the magical moments of Millions! If the 8-ball could deliver the answer through .. read more

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On June 16th, 2010, posted in: Self Value by

Walking Away

Recently I read a line out of Kathy Reiche’s book, 206 Bones: Sometimes we walk out on our lives. I read it out of context, so I can only guess at what she meant since I don’t know the details. Yet I found it a profound statement. Enough to reflect on and put out there. .. read more

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On June 14th, 2010, posted in: Projecting, Self Value by

Get out of bed!

Remember the last time you couldn’t wait to get out of bed? Was it because you were off to an adventure? About to recieve an award or honor? Had new clothes to wear? Finally heading out for a vacation? Getting out of bed gets easier and easier when fun is attached. Our brain is charged .. read more

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On June 8th, 2010, posted in: consistency, Projecting, Self Value by

In a Slump?

Here it is the day after a long weekend, and if you’re like me, you forgot something big time. You dragged your tired butt out of bed (not because you didn’t sleep – you did), after hitting the snooze 3 times. You grumbled about the early hour, the desire for more sleep and then you .. read more

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On June 1st, 2010, posted in: confidence, discipline, Self Value by

Is Communication Coaching for me?

Most people have no idea what to expect from a communication coaching experience. Some wonder whether it’s for those who are required to speak in front of groups, or whether it’s for leaders, let alone for those who want to improve relationships, focus or a better understanding of themselves. Consider the following questions and how .. read more

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On May 24th, 2010, posted in: Connecting, Delivery, Message, Projecting, Self Value by