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    Dropping Deadlines & Digging Deeper

    I’ve been ‘writing a book’ for four years. And when I say ‘writing’ I’m not kidding around. I have 3 different outlines, notebooks FULL of pros, chapters complete, ideas mapped out – literally tens of thousands of words ready to go…. (and that’s not including the 300 blog posts, or 20+articles I’ve written for online […]

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    Self-Partnership Trumps Self-Discipline

    That book you’re writing….
    That weight you’re losing….
    That marathon you’re training for….
    That business you’re building…..
    Put the whip away.
    Circle back.
    Partner with yourself.
    After all, it is YOU who will do all the hard work, the long hours, the late nights. Show yourself support, compassion, love and nurture as you embark on these valiant journeys.
    Because at the end of […]

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    When Forrest Gump, The Canucks & The Secret Intersected

    In 2007 I was well on my way down the path of personal development. I had spent a year studying with Bob Proctor in his Coaching/Consulting course, discovered the 5 years in my dark, ground level apartment did have a purpose, came to the realization that I hated my job and wanted out, AND had […]

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    Claiming Remarkableness… Easier for Entrepreneurs?

    I was moderating a panel of absolutely exceptional women earlier this week, all of whom are incredibly accomplished in the corporate arena. The conversation was fun and funny – the gals were really open about sharing their experiences in a way that didn’t buffer the truth, which was refreshing and inspiring for the audience.
    That said, […]

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    Tolerating is still Suffering

    This concept of tolerating being just another form of suffering was something that my coach brought to my attention about a year ago.  At first glance it seems like an agreeable and somewhat simple idea, but, trust me this is a little deeper than you think. When we think of suffering we usually think of […]

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    Square Peg – Square Hole

    Doing business can be easy – if we let it.
    When I finally made the leap into entrepreneurism, my biggest hurdle was getting my head around the fact that I could choose my customers. I was so used to being in service, bending over backwards, literally doing any thing and everything that I could to keep […]

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    To do or not to do?

    I recently re-read, for I think the 4th time, Timothy Ferriss’s phenomenal book “The 4-Hour Workweek” which is packed cover to cover with concepts and ideas that are imperitive for ensuring you are living the life you choose. If you’ve been entertaining ideas of a different life than the one you lead today what’s […]

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    Clarity for entrepreneurs comes in the form of SYSTEMS

    Ok, so now that you’re rejuvenated after taking a rest yesterday, it’s time to get serious on building a business, in case you made the mistake, like so many do when they turn to self employment, of buying a job.  Being a slave to your business is no better than having a boss to answer […]

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    The Confidence Factor

    Yet again I have been the victim of another universal conspiracy – something I’ve become pleasantly accustomed to.  After writing yesterday about fear I had been thinking a lot about it and because of that it’s been showing up in very interesting ways.  For example, today I was coaching a client who is absolutely incredible […]

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