Tag Archives: fear

Step into choice

Posted on 13. Jan, 2010 by .


What are you choosing to do this year? The other night I had an opportunity to get really clear on my goals and subsequent activities to accomplish this year.  This is something I’m comfortable doing and enjoy; however, this thought occurred to me today – what if those goals and activities don’t provide the meaning […]

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Finding rhythm in the new year

Posted on 06. Jan, 2010 by .


I haven’t quite got my rhythm back yet, I’m really scrambling to find it after the holidays. In a progressive attempt to find rhythm I began with my basement – yes, the dreaded basement with its boxes and layers of things once used, never used, and stored for another season or event.  Interestingly, this was […]

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Just keep going with no attachment

Posted on 11. Dec, 2009 by .


“Just keep going with no attachment.” These were the words of encouragement I was given today, as my coach and I concluded our call. (Yes, coaches have coaches.)  In recent days I have had to deal with my own guilt around a family issue and this guilt was not brought on by anybody else but […]

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The power of relationship and networks

Posted on 11. Nov, 2009 by .


Today I had two constructive conversations; one which connected me to the early days of my business and the other which reminded me of all the people and networks I have engaged with over several years. One conversation was with someone I’ve known for years, while the other with someone I met three days ago. […]

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