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Discover the Master Mind

You may think you are the only one who is going through the self-management, the leadership or communication challenges you face. And if you do, there’s good news. You are wrong. And it’s time to stop minding your own business. Many folks just like you have challenges they face monthly – probably more often that that. .. read more

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Calm or Distorted? You get to chose.

It isn’t easy to “keep your calm when all about you is losing theres”. We have all dealt with times we’ve regretted losing our control. As professionals, we strive for self-management, yet with few role models to learn from, how do we get it? What it all comes down to is the result of CHOICE. .. read more

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On July 8th, 2013, posted in: alertness, anxiety, calm, choice, controllling self by

Need to repurpose your time and energy?

Maybe you have taken old tires and turned them into swings, bottle caps into table top designs or old t-shirts into a coverlet. Repurposing our material goods puts a spark of energy into our lives and helps us turn junk into treasures. See picture below of a ladder repurposed from AtticMag.com: I think that’s pretty .. read more

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On October 22nd, 2012, posted in: choice, energy, flexibility by 2 Comments

We commonly forget our value

Consider the individuals who, when around them, force you to shift from your best self to your most negative self. Consider the times you feel judged, attacked or belittled. In considering these things, you are recalling feelings of frustration, confusion, anger or regret. Especially if you are an introvert. These are not pleasant ways to .. read more

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You can handle it

We have  only so much time. And of the time we have, we prefer to do those things we enjoy or had planned. Putting the BIG rocks in first, time management experts would say. Even when they are things we don’t enjoy but need to be done. Quite often things come at us that disrupt .. read more

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Running on Fumes

Within a year of getting my driver’s license, one of my biggest fears as a 16-year old was running out of gas. All I could picture was being stranded on a rural county road with no more fuel in the tank and the red light indicator blinding me. Of course that was before the time .. read more

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On May 7th, 2010, posted in: choice, controllling self by

All We Have

Because our name is so familiar to us, we forget its value. When introducing ourselves, we skimp at our name’s importance, sloughing it off as second-rate, or mumbling it as unimportant. At the end of the day, our name is all we have. Either we live up to it or live it down. We make .. read more

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On December 5th, 2009, posted in: choice, name, value by 2 Comments