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The Chaos of Big Transformations

September 2, 2012

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In the last twenty years, we all have become an expert at making rapid transformations in our lives and business.  Sometimes, we are made to feel less than if we don’t create big transformations quickly.  In the past, I have found myself doing work where I lead major transformational projects and have been considered a […]

Miracles Can Happen: Update on Ginger

August 19, 2012

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Today seems like a good time to give you an update on dear Lhasa Apso, Ginger for those of you who had read some of my posts in June about her illness. I wish I was a better photographer, so I could show the transformation of our little dog Ginger from June to July to […]

Do You See The World Around You As It Is?

March 8, 2012

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Have you ever missed the patterns of your life because they are so familiar or just allowed them to continue because you’re afraid to make a change?  Sometimes the patterns are BIG problems in the world, sometimes they are small problems in our life. This morning, after dropping the kids off at school,  I took […]

When Do Our Weaknesses Matter?

February 22, 2012

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In the last post, I talked about how important it is to focus on our strengths to be more successful as a person and a writer.  I firmly believe this is the key to every success I’ve ever had and most of the people I’ve worked with as well. However, there are times when we […]

Happy New Year!

January 1, 2012

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Don’t know about you, but I’ve been inundated with emails giving advice on how to make 2012 a better year than 2011.  Some of the ideas have been really useful or inspirational.  But all the suggestions for change can be overwhelming. So many of us certainly would like to have an easier year in 2012.  […]