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The power of your environment

March 11, 2013

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In the April 2013 issue of Psychology Today, author Ron Friedman cited “the most critical, and overlooked, factor in a job search” as the people with whom we work. Based on new research in motivational synchronicity, “by choosing to spend the majority of our waking hours with a particular set of people, we are not […]

Setting Habits

January 12, 2013

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We were just talking about forming habits in the last post. Because habits usually stem from small steps, they are longer-lasting and more sustainable than big goals that you try to accomplish all of a sudden. So rather than goal-setting, try to set up some daily habits that will slowly and surely lead you in […]

Knowing where you’re going

March 20, 2012

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Not too long ago I was having a conversation with a woman who had attended one of my classes and was interested in coaching. There was A LOT she was unhappy about. She spent most of our conversation telling me about the areas of her life that weren’t working for her. When I asked her […]

The 2-word phrase of power

March 14, 2012

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There is a phrase that successful women live by. They know that this phrase is at the foundation of their happiness and at the core of creating their dreams. This phrase is: I CHOOSE.¬† It’s only two words, but it’s full of power. It’s full of power because it’s full of accountability; it’s full of […]

Contemplation

September 14, 2011

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In The Seven Psychological Stages of Change, Contemplation is the second stage. By now, you’ve successfully navigated the first stage of Pre-Contemplation which means that you’ve identified the major subconscious messages that have been holding you back from changing. Those tricky, limiting subconscious thoughts have been brought to the forefront of your conscious mind and […]

Ready to Change? Read this FIRST.

September 6, 2011

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After working with countless numbers of clients from all walks of life, on issues ranging from relationship woes to job dissatisfaction, I’ve discovered the number one reason why people don’t change:¬†They aren’t ready to. I know this may sound too simple. With all of the theories and reasons and literature out there on the difficulties […]