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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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One simple action, SO much abundance!

I recently discovered a simple, new way to start my day that it is making a huge positive difference in my life. I absolutely recommend it to anyone. And everyone! It takes five seconds. You don’t even have to get out of bed first. In fact, it’s actually important that you don’t! For a radical re-shift toward […]

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It’s Okay to Get What You Want; Here’s How.

What if our best interest is to realize nothing is missing? —Pam Grout What are you working toward in your life? What’s missing? What do you wish you had more of? As creative, ever-expanding beings, we are great problem-solvers and self-improvement enthusiasts. Overcoming and surviving are badges of honor, and we are superb at fixing […]

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You don’t have to go all-out; you have to just go.

Have you ever wanted to begin something new and interesting — a new exercise habit, a different way of eating, a hobby — but it felt so huge that you postponed starting? We’ve heard before that all we have to do is just…start. It’s simple, it’s true, and yet… it’s not always easy. Well, I’ve […]

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How Monty Python Helped Me Find Balance

I really, really enjoyed one of Robert Holden’s recent daily messages. He talks about how Monty Python’s sketch about the 100-yard dash for people with no sense of direction is a wonderful metaphor for our mad-dash world. Many of us are going through life as fast as we can, in many directions.  Whether we realize […]

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