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A Nighttime Walk

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Jun 16

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It seemed like a good idea at the time

Have you ever said, “Welp*, that isn’t going to create the reaction I want, is it?” [*Insert your favorite expressive word here.] We’re doing the best we can with what we have in the moment, and it makes sense to react that way b/c we’ve always done it…it’s an automatic habit, a knee-jerk ...

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Barrel that says "Have Fun"

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Oct 15

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Making a deadline work for you / A system for people who hate systems

Did anyone else work up until the last moment of a deadline in high school? I did that all the time. Sometimes I’d stay up to all hours finishing something…or procrastinating until the final hour when I really just had to get it done. Thankfully, my high school work isn’t anything that I have to […]

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Dec 14

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Is the advice you’re getting in line with who you want to be?

So you’re talking to someone and they’re giving you some great advice. You’re like, “Yeah, that’s exactly what I should do!” HOLD UP. Look at the person’s life. Is it what you want? Are the results they are generating (in their marriage, their business, their career, their job, their ...

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Aug 14

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Two steps at a time

A client recently asked me something like, ‘Should I wait to start looking for Mr. Right until I have my business launched?’ It could have been, “Should I wait to do what I love before I finish my formal education?” or “Should I wait until my kids are moved out before going back to work?” […]

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Mar 13

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How to fight fair.

I think it is WAY easier to want to throw stuff, storm out, or pout over some yummy dark chocolate in the heat of a fight.  But if my goal is to grow as a person and grow closer to those I love, those strategies don’t serve me so well. (I may be right, but […]

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