Year: 2016

The 5 Non-Negotiables of Personal Success

Your body is your vehicle for this life. You will only go as far as it takes you.  Just like your car requires basic maintenance, your body is a machine that has certain requirements in order to function.  Unlike your

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The Upward Spiral

There is always this invisible line.  Above it is positive, uplifting, strengthening.  Below it is negative, depressing, weakening.  Both exist at all times.  Neither is more or less “real” than the other.  There is no neutral.  Everything has an energetic

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The Selfies You Don’t See

Three nights ago I sat in my car, crying The Ugly Cry, gobbling down triple cheese mac & cheese from Sheetz. My mighty war chest of tools was powerless against the downward spiral of doubt, negative self-talk, and exhaustion.  No

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Befriending Time

Recently, Mark LeBlanc (coach and author of Growing Your Business) hit me over the head with this: “Time is not the enemy of your dreams.” Immediately, my contrary inner voice shouted: “Oh yeah, you don’t know my schedule,” and “I

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When Manifestation Doesn’t Work (Warning: this post contains tough truths)

You did the vision board. You policed your mind for negative thoughts. You did daily 4-minute visualizations. And still…crickets.  The Universe seems silent in response.  There’s no Maserati. No overflowing bank account.  No perfect partner. This happens to everyone.  It’s

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Adjusting Expectations

“What we expect, we experience,” all the spiritual traditions say. But what, then, explains bad service at an expensive, fancy restaurant, where you go expecting the best? Or not getting the promotion/client/job when we were clearly the most qualified? And

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Are You Listening?

As adamant as I am about Bringing the True You to Life (I even trademarked it!), one of the greatest skills needed for living an authentic life surprises me. Because it also challenges me, I unconsciously avoid it, and suffer

Assuming Response-ability

I came around the curve and to an abrupt stop behind a red river of brake lights, flowing as far ahead as I could see, down, into the mouth of the tunnel. Eyes shot to the clock:  5:53. I would

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