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    Have the courage to do it your way.

    Do you ever get tired of the ‘how successful people do it’ articles and blogs that flood your Facebook reel? Maybe I’m just having a cynical day (it happens, gasp!) but I find these posts somewhat patronizing.
    First of all, if I really wanted to, I could get up at 5am. But I don’t. Also, I […]

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    You DO Know What To Do

    You’re facing a dilemma,  a problem, something is bugging you. “But I don’t know what to do” you say to yourself over and over again.
    Stop That!
    First of all. You are brilliant. Write that down. (I am brilliant.) Secondly, you have within you, incredible resources, potential, creativity and ingenuity. You’ve got this! Remember what Henry Ford […]

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    Slinging Beers To Pay The Bills

    I can trace it back to the exact day. I had just come back from a local pub, where I had dropped off my resume. This was one of my lowest days, and yet it was also one of the most liberating days. I was broke. (I can admit that now.) I was desperate. I […]

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    Life Lessons Trump Circumstances

    We came to this lifetime with a beautifully laid out curriculum of study. I don’t mean academia or formal education. What I’m speaking of is: soul school. Not school for your soul, but schooling from your soul.
    Life Lessons.
    In the early days, before I’d made this discovery my m.o. was always pretty simple: RUN. Run from […]

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    2012 – is it YOUR year?

    There’s no question that a New Year feels like a new beginning. It’s another chance to change. So what’s with that…why do we so desire to change? The simple answer is that we’re not happy and furthermore we’ve developed a deep belief that if we changed x,y,z, and had different results, well then we’d be […]

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    Courage is not Fearlessness

    I’ve been watching Shania Twain’s “Why Not” documentary  on OWN, that follows her as she works through her fears and attempts to regain her voice. It’s been a fascinating show and I commend her in so many ways for not only being brave within her own life but also for being willing to share this […]

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    Being of Service isn’t always cupcakes and lollipops.

    It’s not really a secret that I LOVE Oprah Winfrey and although I’ve adhered to some house rules over at my place so as not to overload my other half with Lady Oisms I admit I indulge every chance I get.
    One thing I admire about Oprah, outside of so many other things, is her desire […]

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    Taking Responsibility

    Simply put, responsibility is your ability to respond.  Too often I hear people placing blame or complaining about people, circumstances or situations in their life that they have used as ‘excuses’ for why they are not happy and/or getting what they want out of their life.  The reality is that you don’t have control over […]

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    Mindset Brings Magic

    Last week I had a gal in my office who is in between jobs. She’s incredibly accomplished, talented, smart, hard working and overall has a tonne to offer the world. The challenge however, was her mind-set. The way she was thinking was holding her back from many things. She had, what I call the “this […]

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    Rules to Live By

    1. Don’t compare yourself to other people.
    “Be yourself – everyone else is taken” -Gail Larsen
    It’s important to set your own goals and compare yourself and your progress to the outcome of your desires. If you slip in to the trap of comparing yourself to others – it’s hard to get out.
    2. Don’t resist your emotions.
    Simply […]

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