If Not Today, When?

A few days ago I tweeted that thought. Later that day I was doing a quick scan on my Twitter home page. I came upon my tweet and immediately following it was this tweet from Michael Bungay Stanier. Just heard...

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The Power of Ten Minutes

Last Saturday I got to spend several hours with a group of wonderful women who joined me for Goals to Reality: On and Off the Mat. It’s one of a series of yoga / life workshops my friend Anne Robie...

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Put Your Oxygen Mask on First

I was talking to a client last week who commented, “I constantly preach the importance of self-care, but I’m terrible at doing it myself.” She’s not the only one. It’s something I work on with my clients a lot.  It’s...

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Failure is a Mindset … for Better or for Worse

You … See failure as a learning opportunity, as simply a step along your path. Stretch yourself out of your comfort zone, knowing that it’s okay to take chances and make mistakes. Embrace Thomas Watson Jr.’s (first President of IBM)...

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Love this Life

Rarely (okay, never!) do I wear clothes covered with writing. But last night a T-shirt at my yoga studio caught my eye…and went home with me ;-).  I loved what was written on the back of the shirt … words...

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Ordinary Can Get You to Extraordinary

“You don’t have to be a fantastic hero to do certain things – to compete. You can be just an ordinary chap, sufficiently motivated.” ~ Sir Edmund Hillary, first known climber to reach the summit of Mount Everest along with...

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Would You Follow Your Friends Off a Bridge?

Last week I was on my annual hiking trip to Vail, CO. It’s always a trip I enjoy and this year was no exception except for our hike to Shrine Ridge. The problem wasn’t the trail; it was me. It’s...

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10 Ways to Keep the Change You Want to Make Top of Mind

Technorati code – 9VYB3446N4ZF Whether you’re trying to create a big change in your life or a small one, it’s easy to get off track. That’s because with demanding jobs and busy personal lives, there are so many other things...

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A Line is a Dot that Went for a Walk

One of my all time favorite quotes comes from the painter Paul Klee. “A line is a dot that went for a walk.” Close your eyes and picture it. A dot steps through the door; heads down the path, one...

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Are You Stuck With Limiting Beliefs?

Beware of gremlins in your head. You know the ones. Those little voices that say things like – You’re not smart enough You’re too old You can’t change Don’t Fight Your Limiting Beliefs There’s no sense arguing with gremlins. It...

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