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We are facing some tense and difficult business decisions. Either way, it’ll change our life. Do we cut our losses and move on or push to get through in hopes things will get better? It’s a risk either way. In figuring it out, I realized that my tendency to be loyal and sentimental makes it …

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In conducting a Trauma training in Texas for criminal justice professionals, I became aware that I was preaching to the choir. Most everyone in the room was familiar with trauma’s impact on the people they serve. But as the days went on, their own experience with trauma was revealed, and it gave us all new …

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Over the last twenty years, I’ve engaged in the process of waking-up, and now there seems to be an increase in the drum beat and sense of urgency for others to do the same. This has been coming to me from multiple directions, so much so I decided to explore what it means so you …

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One of the greatest gifts of my lifestyle is stillness – I have realized it is the ultimate teacher. After coming out of weeks of being intensely busy with many irons in the fire and lots of stress, I couldn’t wait for the weekend and stillness. I’ve been working on a grant, organizing and attending …

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At a friend’s funeral, it was noted that Art was a superhero, and in the end even he had to take off his cape.* There were chuckles because, yes it was true, he was like a larger than life action figure. And there was a collective sigh, knowing he too was a regular guy who, …

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Everyone has heard like attracts like, but what if you are attracting things you don’t want? Despite it sounding so easy, there is a lot of subtlety to making the Law of Attraction work. I’ve had interesting conversations about this over the last week. In talking with people at home and while traveling, I heard …

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For five days, I was in Costa Rica at a Transformational Presence Leadership and Coaching Gathering. If there is anything that can inspire you to re-calibrate your life path, an experience in that beautiful country surely will. Most of all, being in a lovely setting, with wonderful people, while asking yourself the hard questions about …

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Here’s how the power of a different perspective helped me. Several weather-related mishaps stranded me in the ATL airport for 8 hours waiting for a flight to San Jose, Costa Rica . “Oh no”, some would say, but honestly, it was fine. I ran into friends in the same dilemma, I caught up on work …

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