Mastering Stress & Overwhelm

What Are Your Rules For Happiness?

Published on December 22, 2012 by

We all have rules for happiness that limit or nurture our happiness in life. Here are three common ones that limit your happiness and what you can do about it. ...

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This Way to Happiness!

Published on November 11, 2012 by

Happiness isn’t an all or nothing proposition where you are either happy or unhappy—life isn't that simple. We are all on the continuum of what we call happiness and no doubt you are happy about some things in your life and not so happy about others. Wherever you are on ...

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Happiness-Why Wait Until Everything is Just Right?

Published on October 6, 2012 by

Happiness isn't about everything being "right" in our lives--it's about embracing what is while going for what can be.

No one that I know of has the perfect life. Some have more of what they want than others when it comes to health, connection with others, work that is fulfilling ...

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Imposter Alert! You’re Smart and Successful…So Why Don’t You Feel Like It?

Published on June 6, 2012 by

Are you an imposter?

Okay, let me clarify—despite being smart, talented and accomplished, do you often feel as though you aren't? Do you find yourself thinking, “I know I’m all that, but I don’t feel like I’m all that”? If you are nodding your head in agreement, you are not ...

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How To Deal With Change You Don’t Want: The Truth Will Set You Free

Published on April 28, 2012 by

How do you deal with something in your life you don't want? What really works when it comes to changing your life? Do you need to focus on the positive and pretend you aren't upset? In my last post, I dealt with how to deal with change you don't want, ...

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How To Deal With Change You Don’t Like

Published on April 10, 2012 by

Change...

Do you love it or hate it? Well, it all depends on the direction of that change, doesn't it? If it's in the direction you want, you love it. If it's in the direction you don't want, that can be tough. And sometimes, really tough.

Some people cry after ...

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Passion And Teamwork In A Crazy High Stress Work Environment

Published on March 12, 2011 by

If you want to know what passion and teamwork in the workplace looks and feels like, read on. And if you've always wanted to know what it's like in a major children's hospital intensive care unit, you're going to love this.

I have a guest blogger today. The writer is ...

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How To Rise Above Your Circumstances (Don’t Read This If You’re Feeling Miserable)

Published on January 8, 2011 by

Happiness and feeling good is more a state of mind than it is a state of circumstances. And yes, I know it's easier to make such a statement than it is to pull it off.

Sometimes it's even easier to believe that how we feel at any given moment is ...

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Weighed Down With Problems? Here’s What To Do

Published on December 5, 2010 by

A client e-mailed me Friday wanting some coaching time as soon as possible.

Let's call her Anne.

Anne and I talked the next day. She is facing some financial challenges and also has a significant career decision to make. Anne is highly intelligent, ambitious and personable. She's done well for ...

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How To Recover From Your Mistakes

Published on October 7, 2010 by

I was playing in a Texas Hold-em poker tournament recently and won the final table... largely because I was able to put my opponent “On Tilt.”

That’s a poker term for when a player loses his emotional balance. They get angry or lose their confidence and start making poor decisions.

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