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life

Do You Need to Remove the Clutter?

June 13, 2010

I am heavily influenced, as you may already know, by Jack Canfield, author of Chicken Soup for the Soul. Another big influence is Marcia Wieder, America’s Dream Coach®, my teacher and Jack’s coach. These two giants have helped me become who I am today, and I’d like to give you something I learned from them that [...]

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You Are Valuable

June 2, 2010

Every single person has value – value as a human, value as an individual, value as a friend, value as a child, value as a part of the community… the list can go on.
Sometimes we see the value in ourselves and sometimes we don’t. It may be a specific area of our lives where we [...]

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What is Post-Trauma Coaching?

May 2, 2010

As promised in the previous post, “On Air” , I said I would write about Post-Trauma Coaching.
I have come to coaching as a natural-born healer. Studies in alternative healing led me full circle back to an interest I had many years ago in life-coaching back before coaching became a widely known and official profession. It [...]

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Appreciation

April 21, 2010

Appreciate – To grasp the nature, worth, quality or significance of; to value or admire highly; to judge with heightened perception or understanding; to recognize with gratitude (from Merriam-Webster Online)
As in the previous blog, when we are grateful for the things we have, it opens the door for more to come to us. This is [...]

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Spring Forward

April 13, 2010

Spring has brought forth a bounty of beautiful new blooms, grasses and buds, and with that the beginnings of what looks like new life emerging from the deep slumber of winter.  It is also a time for new beginnings throughout wildlife, with animals bringing forth new life as well.  Rains come in spring and quench the [...]

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Snowball Effect

March 14, 2010

Have you ever had a day that seemed to start off rotten?  The term woke up on the wrong side of the bed didn’t come out of nowhere.  It was originated from superstitions centuries ago about getting out of bed literally on the wrong side or using the wrong foot to step onto the floor [...]

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