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Tag Archives: personal development
Do you know any storytellers? I mean, people who are very gifted at telling a story? Most of us really love a good story. Did you know that we all tell a lot of stories? Every day, all the time, … Continue reading
Are you happy? Grateful? Do you realize the distinction between the two? I read a few articles recently that talked about the link between the two, and went as far as to suggest that gratitude is a stepping stone to … Continue reading
THE COMFORT ZONE. It is a phrase we have all heard before, and I suppose that we each have our own perception of just what it means. We are admonished by motivational speakers, ministers, teachers, bosses, and coaches to … Continue reading
Oh Oh Catch that Buzz Love is the drug I’m thinking of Oh Oh Can’t you see Love is the drug for me* Anyone that ever listened to the radio in the mid 1970’s is probably familiar with those … Continue reading
Have you ever made a mistake? Of course, I realize that everyone who reads this question will immediately answer “yes” and not only that, I am sure that specific “mistakes” will come to mind as well. Often with the realization … Continue reading
Recently, I was celebrating an accomplishment with a close friend and he said to me, “Some people make things happen, some people watch things happen, and some people wonder, “What happened?” I have contemplated this idea the past few days, … Continue reading
Recently I had a conversation with a friend that included the words “hard work”. My friend related to me that a certain situation “was hard work, but worth it.” Now, to be fair, I think we all can relate to … Continue reading
Recently, I attended a private mastermind group at the home of John Assaraf. The whole event was incredible….and as usual, in any event where there is SO MUCH amazing transcendent thought going on, I was especially affected by ONE statement during … Continue reading
Recently I was coaching a client whom I had previously given a short assignment that included a visioning exercise. While talking about it during our next session my client expressed to me that part of it wasn’t really anything she … Continue reading