Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2012’

The Heart of The Matter

Handhold

I was interviewed on the radio recently by the wonderful Carrie Sharpshair, The Sharp Cookie, on Simply Strategic Success Talk Radio her radio show on The Amazing Power of Women network. This Thanksgiving week seems an appropriate time to share some of the ideas we discussed. It is topical because we traditionally talk about what we are thankful during this …

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From Overwhelm to Engagement

Entrepreneur

The entrepreneurial spirit sustains many of us, but it confuses just as many. The same creativity that helps the small business owner avoid the “corporate trap” can sometimes lead to spreading yourself too thin.    Andrew is a case in point. Andrew’s highly entrepreneurial mind and eager eye for opportunity had him running in circles. Listening to his passion about the …

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Re-Align Me!

Drama

The popular term for the struggles we have with motivation, dedication, and understanding self-sabotaging behavior like procrastination is “The Inner Game.” We are all either handling or struggling with it. The inner game is a matter of spirit – that point between mental/intellectual and feeling/emotional. Things go well when the two are in alignment, but spirit is agitated when they …

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It Is Easier than You Think

Manalone

Progress is often an illusion. It is more like fashion – change for the sake of change. Great ideas evolve and so must we. Being stuck is a real handicap! A new thought can change not only the moment, but your past and future as well!  A recent reading I did for Sarah reminded me of something that crops up …

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Take Control of Your Tomorrow!

Punch

They say spending 10,000 hours concentrating on a subject makes you a master. By now, we should all be masters of our own energy.  Ha! The secret word in the first sentence was “concentrating.” Even so, we really should get a grip on the cycles of this ever-changing force we exchange with everyone and the universe at large.  Anger, frustration, …

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