One Word and Vision Boards

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How to use vision boards to set and achieve goals For the last several years, I have chosen a word in January to give me focus for the year. Then using the word as a theme, I create a vision board to provide focus for the year. Mid year is always a good time to…

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Create an elevator pitch that clicks

Your elevator pitch and you You are at a networking event and someone asks you, “What do you do?”  What does your elevator pitch sound like? A. Um… I’m justa coach. B.  I help people who are in life transition… you know,  like in their career or relationships or parenting troubles and, I even help people…

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The Power of Someone Who Believes in You

Who Believes in YOU? You’ve been thinking about it a long time and finally, finally, at long last, you’ve shared your dream with someone. Maybe it’s a new career, or venture or business. What is their response? Are they the voice of reason:  “You know everyone wants to own their own business, but 4 out…

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Maybe you should be a quitter

Got your goals in place? Is one of your goals to be a quitter? What if the most important question you could answer is not what are you going to do? What if the most important question is: What are you not going to do? What will you give up?  What will you quit doing?…

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How to cope with challenging choices

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Challenging Choices A funny thing happened at a party that I recently attended. The invitation included instructions to back into the driveway in order to create enough space for all the cars.  I rode to the party with a friend and on the way we discussed the “back in” issue.  Neither of us had ever…

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Are you living in Camp Abundance or Camp Scarcity?

Create an Abundant Mindset I recently heard from a client who was totally stressed out by the possibility of another business owner moving in on her idea and ultimately her territory.  Worried that a colleague had taken her unique business idea, made it her own and was ready to launch her own business, my client was…

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