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Posts tagged with ‘change’

3 Questions That Will Help You CHANGE Your Life

  It’s tough to change… Regardless of the long-term payoff for short-term work, many of us can’t seem to tighten the hatch, hunker down and change. Logically, we know this is change that helps us reach our long-term goals and aspirations. Yet, it’s so hard! Why is that? I can’t answer that for you… I can only answer it for me… […]

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5 Tips For Achieving Your Resolutions in 2015

  2015 is right around the corner. Come next month we’ll be 14 years into the 21st century. So what have you decided to create in 2015? This is an important question because each new year presents a clean slate on which we can build the beginnings of a new future. This is what makes the coming of new year […]

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3 Ways To Download SUCCESS Into Your Life

Success doesn’t just happen, it takes intention and work. The human brain operates just like a computer. Very similar to the way we download apps onto our smartphones, we also download the inputs by which our brain will determine our thoughts, moods and emotions. Here are three ways you can begin downloading success into your life starting today. 1. Change/Control Your […]

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You can’t run…you can’t hide… (The Halloween Edition)

This weekend we’re celebrating Halloween and if I’m not mistaken, I should write something scary!! So I will… CHANGE… …and UNCERTAINTY!! Nothing can create fear, in even the bravest of men and women, like the evidence of these two words can! Many of us would sooner choose to fight a gremlin, goon or goblin, if it meant we could be exempt […]

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Dead Dialogue…

As Americans, the government’s shut down has allowed us to observe the consequence of ineffective communication amongst leaders over the last couple of weeks. Our elected officials have displayed the outcome, when leaders lack the emotional intelligence to compromise and actively listen to one another. Since the beginning of this government shutdown, I’ve overheard comments from frustrated colleagues and peers, […]

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