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It’s okay not to be okay in change

Posted on 30. May, 2016 by .


Just when you think you’re moving forward, you have 24 hours of not feeling okay. Have you had one of those days? Days when nothing feels right, regrets and resentments creep in and all that stuff you thought you had let go of shows up again. Reflecting back, you realize it was simply part of […]

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What drives change?

Posted on 22. Mar, 2012 by .


Today I read a collection of articles, and although the topics were seemingly diverse; healthcare, innovation, work-life, they are merged on one central theme – change. It’s not overtly stated in the articles, as often change is a big bad scary word! But as my clients and readers know, this is my area of specialty […]

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Ready for a change?

Posted on 23. Sep, 2011 by .


I’ve had a few too many challenges in 2011 than I’d like to experience, some out of my control and some I’ve created. Yes, I’ve stirred up trouble in a few areas of my life and deep down I know it’s because I’m changing. You know that unsettled, irritated, and somewhat disenchanted feeling? Well yes […]

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Conscious mindset for positive action

Posted on 01. Apr, 2011 by .


Over dinner with a client last night I was sharing my story of the past few weeks and realized the “reactionary” state we’ve been living in. After having a flood in our basement and a bunch of other unexpected events, we’ve been thrust into making decisions and taking action on items that typically would have […]

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