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Maybe So, Maybe Not

Last week, I was hit with a tsunami of technology problems. As it tends to go with technology, or any unexpected obstacle we encounter, it was terribly frustrating.

“Why me?! Why now?!” I bemoaned, feeling as if it was the worst thing that could’ve happened.

Then I remembered a story…

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10 Signs You’re In Need of Connecting With You

We all need time alone. It’s not something to be rewarded after trudging through a rough week.

“Me” time isn’t earned, nor is it a luxury we should feel guilty about – it’s a necessity to recharge and be “all one” with ourselves.

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Expect Great Things

Lately, I’ve been thinking about expectations and expecting great things to happen in our lives.

Not wanting, hoping or wishing for these things, but expecting them.

Last weekend, I got to hang out with my goddaughter, Bailey, and second cousin, Aiden, two of the sweetest, smartest and cutest toddlers I’ve ever met. (Yes, I may be slightly biased. 😉 )

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Who Are We To Be Great?

I spent quite a bit of time over the weekend cozying up reading as a much-appreciated storm swept through California.

One thing I came across inspired me to my core and I wanted to share it with you:

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3 Keys to Achieve Anything You Want

There’s a trend in the air I see every December.

Everyone I know (including myself!) either scrambles to achieve all we set out to for the year back in January, or we’re writing out a gazillion things for next year.

I’ll always be a work in progress, but in my life I’ve learned 3 keys to achieving anything we want (no, seriously!) that I’m happy to share with you today:

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How to Respond to Hurt

Have you ever noticed your first reaction when you get hurt, emotionally or physically?

Do you become angry and defensive or do you cry and express sadness?

A few months ago, my friend’s eight-year-old-daughter asked me, “How come grown-ups don’t cry when they get hurt?”

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Living in the Rearview Mirror

Last week, I missed my flight to Kauai for a much-needed vacation. Technically, I could’ve made it but my suitcase would’ve had to stay in LA.

(I missed the checked baggage cut-off time by two minutes. Two minutes!!)

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How to Move Through Criticism

I think we all can agree there’s no better feeling than when we’re fueled by passion.

In my business and life, I’ve encountered so many people who when asked what makes them come alive can answer in two seconds flat.

Their eyes light up, voices lighten and I can almost feel their spirits liven.

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