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The year is already past the 6-month mark and you might be wondering how time has flown so quickly. Those 2017 changes you hoped you’d make may be looking iffy at this point. What can you do to get refocused so the next big step become clearer and easier? I just finished conducting a class …

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Over the last few weeks, I’ve been hearing people talk about feeling stuck, not moving forward, things going haywire, not having what they want and feeling overwhelmed. Then suddenly, kaboom, it all started changing. What’s up with this? In trying to make sense of it, I noticed a couple of things. There was the planetary …

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It’s been over a decade since I first heard that “life is meant to be joyous and abundant”.  I was stunned – it was like a revelation that reoriented my thoughts and perceptions of the world. I thought, what do you mean, joyous and abundant, if that’s the case, why am I living like this? …

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With the entertaining we’ve done lately and more coming up, I’m marveling over the quality people around us.  What occurred to me is that we are very fortunate to be surrounded by a loving community of friends and neighbors. When I look at my professional life, I’ve noticed it’s the same there as well. It’s …

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What interesting times we are in! The extreme events in politics and across the world are generating new perspectives and creating very rapid change. All around me, I’m seeing this as friends and the people I work with reach their tipping point and make decisive life altering decisions. The concept of “The Tipping Point” was …

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Last week, I heard a powerful, provocative and inspiring speech. Marianne Williamson spoke at Berea College in KY to a packed house on “Healing the Soul Of American: Reclaiming our Voices as Spiritual Citizens. Her stirring urging, to reclaim our moral foundation with action, moved everyone to a fever pitch. Marianne Williamson is an internationally …

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This last week, I’ve been out of town training and engaged in several interesting endeavors at home. Everywhere I’ve been, I’ve met people who are excited and passionate about their life. I found myself thinking how wonderful it is to be on the leading edge of life, “pushing the edge of the envelope” and “being …

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It’s a difficult topic that’s so important, I’m rewriting it from last year. When people carry the scars of trauma, it’s often an invisible wound that doesn’t heal. As the quote from William Faulkner implies, people who survive trauma may feel they are living with the wounds every day. But there’s positive change across the …

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For months, I’ve been trying to find local fertilized organic eggs. As I asked around, I learned a few things. It takes a rooster around the hens for the eggs to be fertilized and even then, there is no guarantee they’ll be fertile. I was told the free-range hens were molting and it was too …

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It was a powerful moment when the group recognized how patterns from their past affect them in the present. These are the unspoken fears, negative self-perceptions or insecurities that we all have. In fact, it was stunning to realize that this is common for most everyone. People often think they are alone with these thoughts. In truth, most …

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