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Taking the Leap

This morning I have an experience of projection, thoughts that look real, awareness and insight that is dizzying in both the intensity and speed through which it moves through me. In one moment, I am sickened by the patterns from my past that seem to be repeating....

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What Lights You Up?

What Lights You Up?

Once there was a girl who was dark inside. She looked around at other people. Everyone seemed so bright and shiny compared to her. She imagined that everyone else knew exactly where they were going and what they were doing because of the light living inside them....

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Taking the Ride of My Life

Taking the Ride of My Life

Last week, I spent a day at Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival. Adventures in indulgent eating and voracious people-watching ensued. It’s been about 20 years since I’ve visited Disney World, and I was pleased to note that my cynical side gave way to...

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“No one wants me to market to them…”

“No one wants me to market to them…”

A cry for help from a Facebook group and my response that may hold something for you… “I need some moral support and advice! “I work with people who have been through cancer treatment (and sometimes people who are in treatment or recently diagnosed as well). ...

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The Lifeblood of Your Business

The Lifeblood of Your Business

Blood is an amazing thing. It carries the essential elements your body needs for life: nutrients, oxygen, hormones. It transports cellular wastes no longer needed so they can be eliminated. It provides the delivery system, the movement of the elements you need to...

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The Unquiet Surrender

I just completed a week in the San Fernando Valley outside Los Angeles with Michael Neill and my playmates in the Emerging Voices program. We explored the nature of creativity in conversation, writing and speaking. We laughed, cried and astounded ourselves with our...

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Is Business Allowed to Be Easy?

Is Business Allowed to Be Easy?

Sri “Too Easy” Moneybags Padovani. That was the nickname my coach gave me. The first time he helped me create an offer to get new clients, I struggled. “That seems...too easy,” I said. “Exactly,” he replied. Somewhere along the line I’d decided that business was...

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