Archive | October, 2012
Workaholism

Life Lessons From A Hard Drive Failure

On this past Saturday, my laptop failed. It was late enough in the day—and the weekend for that matter—that I couldn’t get help. All kinds of thoughts quickly flooded my mind: What about all that I need to do this weekend? Have I lost everything I’ve created since the last backup (which was about a […]

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Dreams

5 Keys To Following Our Dreams

This past Sunday, I had the great pleasure of sharing an impromptu lunch with a friend who embodies pure love and enthusiasm. He oozes goodness, and has a zest and an appreciation for life that’s as innocent as a young child. I always come away from spending time with him feeling inspired. The ostensible reason […]

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Farewell, Independence!

Do you find yourself saying “no” to offers of help from others, because you can handle it all on your own no matter what? Do you feel that you can’t ever ask for support even when you could really use some, because you don’t want to be a burden to others or appear weak or […]

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Light above clouds

Time to Die

I’m not suicidal or homicidal, so no one panics! Yes, it’s time to die, but not in the way you think. Rather, the message is in the following: The “old” you has to die so that the “new” you can be born. The first act of creation is always destruction. ~ Katherine Woodward Thomas The […]

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Honor: A Gift of Love

In the last year since the release of my book, in-person and online interactions have reinforced a few things I know about barriers to dreams and what keeps some stuck in a less than satisfying existence. At the root of it are trapped, old grievance stories and unconscious beliefs that we don’t deserve better. Even […]

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