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How to Create Good Habits

Do you feel constantly challenged by nagging bad habits that creep in every time you try to start something new or go after a goal? It’s really challenging to change bad habits, particularly when they are in reaction to a fear, doubt or insecurity. And there’s nothing like starting a new business to bring up […]

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The Power of Being Unapologetically You

I love inspirational songs, books, and sayings. When I saw Jen Sincero’s You’re A Badass, I had to pick it up. Megan Trainer’s Me Too became my morning alarm (if you don’t know it, listen to the chorus). I love Katy Perry’s Roar and This Is Me from the Greatest Showman brings a tear to my […]

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Slowing Down to Speed Up

When you’re building a new business or working hard to progress in your career it’s easy to get sucked into working day and night to reach the heights that you aspire to or dream about. As they say, it’s rare air at the top and reaching it is not for the faint of heart. I’ve […]

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Stop Using But As An Excuse

So, you have game plan, you have made a decision to create the life you want, you’re willing to grow as you go along, and you’re ready to take action. But your unconscious, limiting beliefs— old tapes and excuses—are holding you back. Your excuses will get the upper hand if you don’t nip them in […]

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Are You Uncomfortable In Your Comfort Zone?

When you see those inspirational quotes that encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and try something new, how does it make you feel? Do you stop and think about your current job, career, relationship, business, living conditions, or health? Is there a moment when you silently wish you could step out of […]

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Self Care Is a Prudent Act of Survival

I recently read an article in the New Yorker, entitled The Gig Economy Celebrates Working Yourself to Death, in which they stated At the root of this is the American obsession with self-reliance, which makes it more acceptable to applaud an individual for working himself to death than to argue that an individual working himself […]

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