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Seeing the hard calls for what they are

We often confuse difficult choices with no choice at all. Kerri Richardson, From Clutter to Clarity I see myself in this. “I really had no choice.” Didn’t I…? How often do I use this as an unconscious reason for my inactions? For my actions? For not making the hard call. For making the hard call, […]

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Update your vision Rx

How do you view potentially annoying situations? Your sleep is interrupted by your dog licking your face. You forgot your baking dish at your friend’s house. The coffeepot in the break room is empty. What if you could see it a different way? You are welcomed into a morning by someone completely overjoyed about YOU. […]

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Do The Next Right Thing

It’s good to see the big picture, to keep our envisioned outcome. And it’s easy to think that our immediate decisions and choices either make or break that outcome. They don’t. For example, maybe you have been stuck in analysis paralysis — where you consider all of your options so intently and you can’t see […]

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Spiritual beings having a human experience

Our lives are a journey. A spiritual journey. We experience, in order to expand. In our experiences, we have choice. Some experiences we’ve outgrown. We’ve learned what we needed to from them, and we no longer carry them daily. Like your best friend in fifth grade whom you chose to drift apart from, but in […]

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Make good choices

    Yep, that’s a dinosaur meat cutting chart in there. Sometimes in the moment what we think is prime is really our old, extinct patterns. In that case, consider choosing again. How do you know if you are making good choices? By how you feel. In continuing our celebration of attending to the best […]

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