Being Critical? Are You Helping or Hurting?

Most of us have heard the expression that a person is “his own worst critic”. We often do not give ourselves enough credit for performing well and regularly beat ourselves up for not performing better. For some of us it...

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The Amazing Healing Power of Humor

Everyone enjoys a good laugh…don’t you? Even the most no-nonsense, restrained, sober and conservative person enjoys the feeling of being uplifted and carried away by the sheer delight of laughter. It is one of the most enjoyable of human...

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Not Enough Time? How to Slow Down and Achieve More

You set your goals, prepared to meet personal challenges and geared up to win professional battles. Ready to run down the path to success, you resolved to get more done and achieve your dreams. This was your time. So,you began to...

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Success Depends on Self-Care. 7 Habits That Will Keep You Strong and Make You Successful.

Becoming successful typically requires really good self-care. Reaching the top of your game doesn't often happen if you're feeling out of sorts or sick. Success won’t feel good unless you feel good. Elevating your idea of self-care is a crucial part...

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The Top 10 Barriers to Self-Growth

Almost anyone you meet these days is seeking ways to improve, become more “evolved” or just simply be a better person. The self-growth and self-help industry has soared in popularity almost as fast as the diet and fitness industry. It...

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The Top 7 Benefits of Being a Kinder Spouse

Remember when you couldn’t wait to lavish the one you loved with a million kindnesses, big and small? Once upon a time, the idea of being compassionate, thoughtful and self-sacrificing was not difficult. It wasn’t an imposition. It wasn’t an...

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Hijacked by Panic? Tips for Overcoming Overwhelm

Do you know panic? Sometimes it comes in hot and harsh, takes over, knocks you back with fear or upset, and spooks you for a long time afterward. Sometimes it rises slowly, overwhelming you with the thought that when you do...

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Burnout: Prevention and Recovery

About every month or two one or more of my clients suffers from Burnout. Burnout is not technically a clinical term, but one that is used to describe a state of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion that renders a person...

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How to Be More Assertive: The Top 10 Tips

Some folks see the world as being composed of basically 2 types of people: those who are aggressive or confrontational and those others who aren’t. Obviously, as in most things, there is a middle ground. However many people have a high...

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Why Your Divorce Doesn’t Have To Be A Disaster

Divorce is hard. So are the feelings and transitions that come with it. The decision to end your marriage is likely the result of deep thinking, strong emotion, and an ongoing concern for all involved. Still, the one thing it doesn’t...

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