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Do You Undervalue You?

I've noticed a scary trend lately. And it makes me sad. So many of my clients do not know or own their professional worth. I see resumes that do not appropriately represent what they bring to the corporate table. I hear conversations that do not positively highlight the skills and attributes employers absolutely will pay top dollar to hire....

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Break Up with Indecision

The speed of your business and career directly correlates to your ability to make rapid and sound decisions. The more decisions you make, the faster you gain more employment opportunities, grow your client base, or hit your financial goals. And conversely, the more you hesitate, procrastinate, and double-guess what you deep-down already know to be true, the more you...

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Words in Action

Back in the day, during my coach training program, it was considered a personal affront to be called out on the mat for “being out of alignment”. This was confusing to me at the time, as it was unfamiliar parlance in the corporate world. However, in holistic and healing circles it provokes a gasp at very minimum. Alignment had...

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I’m Not Willing

Think of that elusive goal you haven't achieved yet. That one precious goal which has escaped your grasp for months, years, or possibly even decades. Are you clear on what it is?  I mean really specifically clear. Not just a generalized idea such as “I want to make more money” or “I want to lose weight”. I'm talking about...

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Desire

Desire can be fickle and elusive. Viewing a glimpse of what you want and deliberately saying YES to it can be frightening and disorienting. Maybe you've waited 20 years for the kids to leave the house so you can start your small business. Maybe you're moving your family across the country or the globe so you can take a...

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Gray is the New Black & White

Life would be incredibly easy if every decision were clear cut. But that's not reality. We live in a world of uncertainty, risk, and missing pieces of information. When faced with making an important decision it is tempting to fall into the deep trap of “black and white” thinking. All-or-Nothing judgement of people, situations, or beliefs can lead to...

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