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Three Key Elements of Motivation and Success

Motivation and, ultimately, success are important to all of us busy career professionals who want to stay fit, healthy, well, and productive. Yet, motivation, like physical or mental energy, is limited. When the clients I’ve coached actively pursue and intentionally choose three key elements of motivation—rest, values, and social support—they see their ‘reserves’ replenished and find […]

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Click Here for Positivity

This site is designed to be positive, uplifting and motivational. I “click” here  every day to get hints and inspiration as to how I can infuse wellness and fitness into my busy work week and I hope you do to. But as I connect with so many light-centered folks who are willing to share their […]

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Discipline Equals Freedom

If you’re a person who struggles with discipline, like I do, then this book is for you. Talk about putting things in perspective. Here’s the narrative of a former Navy Seal who relied on discipline as the foundation of survival. Think about it. His dedication to honing discipline was the force behind becoming part of […]

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Awareness and Success

Professional athletes know the power of awareness. They are successful because they are disciplined in how to tap into this awareness at key moments. They have trained and trained and trained to develop the habit of tuning in and becoming completely aware. They love what they do. Amateur athletes are also successful when they are […]

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Avoid The Lure of Distractions

We are living in a society of distractions. Between social media, email interruptions, working in cube farms, work demands, high personal and professional expectations and family obligations, not to mention the demand to be everything to everybody, we have lost our ability to graciously say “no” and turn off the news feed on what everyone […]

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Stress-Free Negotiating

Every day we do a little negotiating. Sometimes we negotiate with ourselves in regards to what we should eat for lunch versus the guilt that comes with the extra calories. We even self-negotiate how we spend our time and negotiate with others on how to move forward in a project or how to prioritize each […]

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Discipline

Discipline seems to be one of those works that I crave from afar. Sure I have discipline in my life but it’s not always where I really want (and need) it to be. Something about tagging discipline to healthy habits has an obvious correlation but somewhat of a negative feel. And of course, if you […]

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Strive For Continuous Improvement

You’re pretty awesome. You have achieved greatness in so many areas of your life—career, family, community and beyond. But just because you can look back and be proud of your accomplishments doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t strive for continuous improvement. We all have work to do. According to a study cited in Scientific American, most […]

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