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Myth Debunked: You Can’t Be Anything You Want When You Grow Up

Myth Debunked

“You can be whatever you want when you grow up.” I can still hear my parents‘ voices echoing in my head from as far back as I can remember. Honestly, it’s this promise that drew me over 20 years ago to my career, first as a recruiter […]

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Hitting the Reset Button – Getting Back on Track After a Setback


To say there was a collective skipping of a beat here in the Northeast this winter is an understatement. Record-breaking snow pummeled us for 5 weeks straight. We are at 108.6 inches and counting in Boston – the snowiest winter on record EVER. School and work were cancelled, […]

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When Fear Holds You Back

Have you heard the line, “Feel the fear and do it anyway”? Here’s some great advice from Leo Babauta who says to start looking at your fears like passing clouds.

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Successful in Everyone’s Eyes But Your Own

Have you ever felt the tug to move in a new direction in your career, to follow a passion or a dream that you’ve long held dear? Here are some steps you can take to start moving deliberately and courageously in the direction of your new perspective.

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Appreciative Inquiry Turns the Tide of a Career

When something seems “broken” how can you change your perspective and get moving forward again?

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Automate & Simplify your Life

Every once in a while, it pays to find ways to automate and simplify the recurring tasks in our lives to free up the mental and physical space to engage more fully in the things that make life and work meaningful.

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Who do you want to be in 2014?

When looking ahead at 2014, look beyond articulating what you want to do this year to a bigger perspective: Identify who you want to be in 2014! This is that time of year when most of us are setting our personal and professional goals for 2014. I’m […]

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Retreats – A Nourishing Investment

Retreat: A period of seclusion, retirement, or solitude. A period of group withdrawal for prayer, meditation, or study. What is it about taking time away from your day-to-day routine that can be so energizing?  The way I see it, the off-site meeting at work, the training session, […]

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Is meditation part of your life?

We can never obtain peace in the outer world until we make peace with ourselves.  -Dalai Lama For many years, I heard about how adding meditation to your day could significantly increase your happiness, satisfaction and health as well as reduce stress. At first, I wasn’t convinced. […]

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A Call to Action – Life is Too Short Not to Face Fears

“I don’t have enough time to focus on myself.” “It’s a luxury to have a career you love. No one enjoys work.” “I can’t spend time or money on myself to figure out what will make me happy.” “I’ll figure it out later. With the bad economy, […]

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