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5 Steps for Getting What You Want Out of Life

September 5, 2017 2 Comments
5 Steps for Getting What You Want Out of Life

Many of us complain that our lives aren’t where we want them to be, yet we don’t take any action to change things. Everyone has goals, and a solid plan of action is the only thing between you and your goals. If you’re thinking or feeling that you’d like to get more of what you […]

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Where’s Your Confidence?

January 14, 2015 0 Comments
Where’s Your Confidence?

What’s your reaction when you’re faced with doing something for the first time? If you’re asked to give a talk on something you don’t know much about, how do you feel? If you’re faced with an unexpected bill you don’t know how you’ll pay, what’s your first thought? If you’re asked to do something new […]

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Success in 12 Months: Is There a Hole in Your Bucket?

November 8, 2014 0 Comments
Success in 12 Months: Is There a Hole in Your Bucket?

Welcome to the second week of Month 11 in the “Success in 12 Months” blog series! This month, our focus is on the emotional hot-button issue of money. So, how did your expense tracking assignment go last week? Did you find yourself holding back on an impulse-buy because you were going to have to track […]

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What’s Your Vision?

January 15, 2013 0 Comments
What’s Your Vision?

“Where there is no vision, the people perish….” —Proverbs 29:18 I recently posted on the timeline of my Facebook page some thoughts on the Tarot card drawn as a source of inspiration for that day. The card was the 3 of Wands, and one of its messages is about having a vision for the future. […]

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