Be Remarkable

I don’t know about you, but I get tired of being unremarkable. Sure, I love relaxing and comfortable environments but put me in them too long and I get antsy. Are you antsy? If you are antsy, you feel energy somewhere. It could be in your gut, revving you up for the big talk or big play .. read more

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The Authentic Attorney Breaks Down Barriers

If you define authentic as “in keeping with what one believes”, then consider 2 elements that make an authentic attorney who breaks down barriers. The authentic attorney makes decisions based on personal values, priorities and desires. One of my clients values orderliness, community and education. When he leaves his office at the end of the day, spent, .. read more

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On March 22nd, 2013, posted in: Breaking down barriers, consistency, speak up by

How Do You Manage?

Many of us are entrepreneurs, or working from home, or business building and enjoy having freedom within our day. Perhaps we are out and about while networking, or we can adjust our day to handle a visit to the veterinarian, or can adjust our direction with ease because we are the one calling the shots. .. read more

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On September 7th, 2010, posted in: asking for help, consistency, discipline, focus, move forward 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

Re-evaluating Structure

What works for you? Pretty broad question to ask, especially without first asking, what do you want? When I think of what I want, I uncover things that are in opposition to each other. Here are my 2 main things: Peace, Fun. With peace I feel at ease, unhurried, in-the-moment and rested. Fun brings to .. read more

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On May 19th, 2010, posted in: consistency, Projecting, Self Value by