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    Mastermind Groups

    Napoleon Hill, one of the greatest thinkers of all time said: “No two minds ever come together without, thereby, creating a third, invisible, intangible force which may be likened to a third mind.”
    Mastermind groups are one of the most effective and efficient ways to use synergy to propel your life to the next level, regardless […]

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    Close your eyes and IMAGINE…

    As a little girl I was one of those ‘teacher’s pet’, ‘goodie two shoes’ type. I did exactly what I was told, followed instructions to a tee and let’s face it over excelled whenever I could. And though you might be thinking ‘I hated those kind of kids’ fear not, as I was also socially […]

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    Collaboration is the Key

    I was recently interviewed for an upcoming article about female entrepreneurship, here’s one of their stellar questions and my response. I’d love to use this as a starting off point for a much needed conversation. Add your thoughts and comments please!
    What is the best way for women to support each other?
    My response:
    Stop competing and start […]

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    Celebrate good times – come on!

    The city of Vancouver is electric right now as we host the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. And despite all kinds of talk over the past year about what a disruption the games would be, how much money they would cost us etc. I don’t think anyone can deny how incredible this is. Call me naive, […]

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    Three Simple Words

    I was staring at one of my vision boards this morning and noticed a little card, the size of a business card, with three words written on it.  I wish I could give credit to whomever came up with them, but, for some reason I didn’t note the source.  Suffice to say, these are not […]

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    "It was all a dream" – Notorious B.I.G

    Growing up listening to Hip Hop music didn’t always impress my parents, but, behind all the profanity and derogatory comments was a permeating message that I could be, do and have anything I wanted in life regardless of where I came from. What is so intoxicating about the Hip Hop culture is that […]

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    Adventures in Costa Rica: Election Day

    My apologies for the lack of post last week—most of the excitement resulted from a bacterial stomach infection Claire and I were suffering through. Likely originating in something we ate (still not sure), we spent the entire week lying in bed eating small pieces of toast and drinkable yogurt. Thankfully we received fantastic medical care […]

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    Growing or Dying?

    In my many years of study under the incredible Bob Proctor there was always one underlying lesson that governed all others. There are only two directions that any living organism can venture: towards growth or towards death. Every once and a while it’s important to take a step back in order to clearly identify what people […]

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    Rainy Days

    For those who know me personally, it will come as no surprise to hear me say – I’m not a big fan of rain. That said, after spending months studying Eckart Tolle’s work I know better than to resist the present moment and instead accept it for what it is, as that will allow it […]

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    Throw a dart!

    Whenever I teach goal setting I always tell the participants that no matter what your goal is you have to put a date on it.  I call this step in the process, throwing a dart out there.  I call it that because we don’t always know exactly how much time will be required for us […]

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