Archive | July, 2013

How May I Serve?

Everyone is doing their best here. Help them succeed, and you’ll succeed, too. Take care of others, and they’d want to take care of you. The above was part of the guidance I received when I meditated on Sunday morning. Following a powerful 4-question visioning process (I’ve written about before), I quieted my mind, and […]

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The Mask You Wear

Last year, I wrote about attending a very eye-opening workshop by Pat Wyman, who talked about how we all have a defensive personality (profiled in the Enneagram). Our defensive personality is the mask behind which we hide our vulnerabilities, an instinctive self-protective response and attempt to save ourselves from being hurt. This defensive mask is […]

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Ego Fears What’s New

Do you recall the last time you were the new kid on the block? It wasn’t easy to be new, was it? Perhaps you were anxious to be accepted and to feel you belong? Worried about not knowing what you believe you should know and appearing incompetent? Concerned about being hemmed into expectations that might […]

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A Miracle Is Faith In What’s Real

Nothing real can be threatened. Nothing unreal exists. A miracle is a shift in perception from fear to love—from a belief in what is not real, to faith in that which is. Above are two quotes from Marianne Williamson’s latest book, The Law of Divine Compensation. The central thesis of this book is that we […]

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Know the Way

Last week, I started a new job running the market intelligence function of a mid-size global medical devices company that’s poised for exciting growth. My team is responsible for staying on top of customer wants and needs, competitive forces, industry trends, as well as implications of the healthcare reform. It’s a fast-paced environment, and there […]

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