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Saying NO to Good Opportunities!


Tracey started her video production company 2 years ago, and after struggling through the start-up phase, she was finally reaping the fruits of her labor. When we talked, it was clear that she was ready to move onward and upward but didn?t know how to go about doing it.

More Money & Less Stress?


At 2pm last Wednesday, I got a call from one of my clients. Before I could barely utter my "hello," she launched headlong into her story - "I am so frustrated! I have this client who has been dragging her feet at every stage of our project. I'm working on a branding campaign for her company and expected to be finished nine months ago, but every time we get to a stage in the project where the ball is in her court, I have to follow-up umpteen times and push and prod just to get her to move forward. In almost every case, it takes her about two months to do something that could have been done in a week. Then, two months later when she's finally finished with her part, she cheerily announces that she's ready for me to start the next phase and wonders how quickly I can do it. Every time this happens I have to completely reacquaint myself with her project. All in all, I've spent almost twice as many hours as I budgeted. How can I get her to wrap up this project so I can move on?,? she finished.

Whats Next Syndrome


Terms like Postpartum, Post Traumatic and Post Gulf War are all well-known Syndromes - mysteries no longer to the medical community or even those of us who count ourselves among the great unwashed. We hear and read everyday about the negative outcomes from life-threatening trauma. The 9/11 attacks in New York City demonstrate all too clearly the psychological devastation left behind long after upsetting occurrences.

Learn to Say No!


How many times have you agreed to do something that you actually didn?t want to do? For someone at work? Your friends? Even your spouse? All you had to do was say no, but the word didn?t come out. So you end up doing it?and later resent it.

Make Your Life Easier?


'Have you read the Art of War?' someone asked me once. Fighting someone to get your way is definitely a valid strategy. But you don't need me to tell you about that one - we've all been arguing and manipulating to get our own way since we were born! And you may have noticed - often when you push, the other person pushes back! Wars have been fought, relationships lost, and many ulcers create with this kind of energy.

How to Coach Yourself!


Some people are not in a position to work with a coach right now. Some are stretched financially, while some are still using the ?lone ranger? method. Other people might be uncertain about trying something new.

How to Slow Your Spinning Mind


Have you ever laid in bed trying to fall asleep, but your mind keeps spinning with all the things you need to do? Your thoughts just keep ticking?

Tame The Financial Beast


Are holiday bills surprising you? Are you hoping that if you ignore your finances long enough, maybe they will fix themselves?

6 Practices for Achieving Excellent Self-Care


Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) often feel like they are running behind schedule, and just don't have the time get everything done. As a result, many ADDers end up sacrificing their own self-care in order to scratch off items on their to-do lists. Those who skimp on self-care, however, will find themselves slowed down in the end. It's nearly impossible to be an effective parent, spouse, friend, or worker when you are not operating at your best. And you can't be at your best when you are not taking care of yourself!

Ch-Ch-Chain of Hearts: Cranking Up Compassion


Can you hear your compassion? It's time to crank it up.

Are You Too Critical?


First of all, criticalness breaks up more relationships, than anything else. And that criticalness is usually over the children or money!

A Numbers Game!


Three years ago, Paul left his corporate job to launch his freelance writing career, and he?s done relatively well. He has a group of regular clients that keep him going, and they are happy with his work.

101 Winning Choices


Personal missions statements (PMS) are just nothing but the winning choices. Our mind can program us in such a way that success ratio in personal, social & professional life changes drastically.

Budda In Your Back Pocket


The other day I was late for something. Not very late. In fact, I was actually on time but an angry voice berated me anyway, saying, "You are late! There will be no seats left. You wouldn't run late if you were more organized!" It was a terrible feeling, especially because the voice was partially right.

A Live It


Real change happens only when it becomes part of our everyday life. When a change becomes a habit, it isn't something new we are trying, but becomes part of what we do as our routine. I was reading a Wynona Judd interview and they asked her about her diet. She replied that she wasn't on a diet; she was on "A Live It." I thought this was great because the risk of a diet or any change is that we won't stick to it. We won?t live it. We will simply do it until we get the results we want, or get discouraged, and revert to our old habits. A live it is not something that we are going to do for a short while, but something we will do for a lifetime.

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