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Unexpected Gift Brings Huge Lessons

It was 1983 when I first heard myself say, “I want to be authentic.” At the time I didn’t even know what being authentic meant or what had motivated me to say these words. Now, looking back over these 35 years, it is crystal clear – my inner voice, the voice of Source, was speaking…

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When I wrote last week’s blog about Comparing and Should-ing, I knew there was a Paul Harvey. . . the rest of the story moment that is so rich it needed to be a stand alone blog. It’s all about how we relate and communicate with each other. I’m calling it the comparison syndrome. We all…

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Too Serious? Me Too — Let’s Stop It!

Do you  ever find you are acting way too much like a grown-up?   I guess what I really mean to say is are you feeling out of control and taking yourself seriously? This is what I put myself through this past week. I know I’m probably not the only one who goes through weeks that feel…

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What are you expecting?

If you’ve been reading my recent blogs  you know I’ve been obsessed with giving up my addiction to thinking. Easier said than done. Take a look at some facts I read online this week about our thoughts: The average person has about 50,000 thoughts a day. This translates into 35 thoughts a minute – 18…

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Rich Life Lessons from Trees

Trees have so much more to give us than the appreciation we feel for their beauty and color. We consider their beauty to be one of the many gifts and blessings of nature – and yes, they are. Here’s another valuable gift — I like to think of trees as powerful teachers of how to…

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It’s About You — Not Me

My head is still spinning from something I learned this week. This is huge, so of course I have to share it with you. Besides, I know this is a behavior we all have in varying degrees. For years I have been doing something that I thought gave me mastery at building rapport with people.…

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