Happy Thanksgiving!

Gratitude, like faith, is a muscle. The more you use it, the stronger it grows, and the more power you have to use it on your behalf.

What are you grateful for today? Share below!

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What actions are you avoiding?

BAM! Some things hit you so hard you have to go back and listen again. That was my experience when listening to Jonathan Fields’ interview with Kate Northrup and she said the above. She realized where she had been looking away (my words, not hers) and when she put her attention at the place she had been avoiding, things changed for her, her business and her life improved. The reason it hit me so hard was this part “it’s a way that I’m … Continue reading

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Where are your choices taking your life?

Every choice moves us closer to or farther away from something. Where are your choices taking your life? What do your behaviors demonstrate that you are saying yes or no to in life? – Eric Allenbaugh Where do you want to be? Where are your choices taking you? Share in the comments below.

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How to notice when you’re looking away

In the last couple of weeks I gave a couple of examples of what looking away might look like for you when networking and looking away by looking toward something else. What is another way to notice where you’re looking away? It requires attention, patience and love. Attention Notice where you stop. Where do you distract yourself? Where do you say “that’s just me” or “it wasn’t meant to be” or anything like that? It doesn’t mean that it’s not true, … Continue reading

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Looking away by looking toward something else

The last two weeks we’ve looked at “looking away” here and here. This week the theme continues! Looking away sometimes looks like looking toward something else. For example, you want to call that person you met networking earlier this week to set up a coffee meeting next week. But then you remember these other things that have to be done before next week and you get to work. Suddenly, it’s too late to make a phone call (I call this productive … Continue reading

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