Archive for June 2016

9 Tips For Climbing the Wall of Change

Change can feel like you are hanging on for dear life, with fingers and toes gripping with all their might, frozen with fear. While you may know getting from where you are to where you want to be requires doing something, knowing what to do or how to do it – that’s another story. So…

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What’s the Opposite of a Rut?

Let me confess up front: I am not a mountain biker. If possible, I prefer to keep my biking confined to flat pavement and allow my adventurous side to find other outlets. I do have a brother who is an avid mountain biker, as are many of my friends. They seem to thrive on the…

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Unleashing Your Creative Beast

  They say that variety is the spice of life. That little something extra that brings zest and flavor to tasks, experiences, relationships – just about everything! I think that’s true – especially when combined with a healthy dose of creativity! One of the hallmarks of a great leader is their ability to provide a…

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Feeling Overwhelmed – A Surprising Contributor

I loved my treadmill. We enjoyed countless sweaty hours together: mornings when it was still too dark to be out and walking on narrow roads, rainy days, freezing days (yes, I am a wimp!) or when my time was significantly limited. I would play my favorite tunes and happily tackle my cardio. About 15 years…

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