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Tag Archives: habit change
Ten Strategies for Organizing Your Writing Life – Part 3
As a review and reminder, the strategies I’ve shared so far are #1. Take Time to Get Clear, #2. Read and Research, and #3. Plot Out Your Time Line and Communicate It. The next strategy is: #4. Have a Personal Action … Continue reading
“Treat everyone you meet like God in drag.” Part II
I have a friendship, like most friendships, where I feel uncertain of its nature. Though it is quite a good friendship, in some ways, there are serious downsides. Ram Das said, “Treat everyone you meet like God in drag.” Well, … Continue reading
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Resolve: The Best Way to Solve Your Problems
What’s the best way to solve your problems? If you’ve tried to ignore, deny, minimize, discount or avoid them, perhaps it’s time to dig in and approach them with resolve. Recently a friend told me that’s just what he is … Continue reading
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Why Do We Lie?
Why do we lie? Recently I was discussing this question with a client, and a colleague. Why do we lie? (Let’s be honest, we all do. So it’s not IF we lie, it’s WHY, HOW, WHEN, WHERE, AND TO WHOM 🙂 … Continue reading
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The First Step in Organizing Mindfully is to…
The first step in organizing mindfully is to connect your heart with your head. Step One: Let go. Simplify. Reduce the Flow in. Ask yourself: Why am I keeping this item? Am I ready to let go? Do I really … Continue reading
Dating in Mid-Life: Red Flags or Opportunities for Growth?
If you’re dating in mid-life, you may notice that it’s a very different experience than dating when you were a teenager or young adult. The game has changed. At mid-life, many folks become more discerning (and more cynical) as they … Continue reading
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