Procrastination: It’s a Great Strategy, Not a Weakness

If you’ve ever tried to stop procrastinating, and if procrastinating family members or colleagues drive you insane, this post will help you put procrastination in perspective. There are numerous articles

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Do you ever wish for unlimited, personal, unconditional support? I’ve created a unique program that may work for you if you are focused on achieving a specific life goal, are

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“Corporate Talent Show? Not Me. Well, Maybe.”

Why does the work of some of the most talented people in a corporation stays under the radar? Why do people who have seemingly less talent, education or experience than

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  Let me set the record straight: this is an article about your impact on the world. Are you a big enough player in the world? The answer is not

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Skeptic’s Guide to Expanding Your Comfort Zone

  It was an awkward date.  Just a few days prior, a guy asked me to go out with him and spend a Saturday in the city. I wasn’t sure

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25 Life Lessons from the Ballroom

Everything you need to know about life you can learn from ballroom dancing.   The way you do anything is the way you do everything, so as you watch Dancing

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What to Do When You Need a Change

Out of all the blog posts I’ve ever written, “50 Signs You Need a Change” post consistently gets the most traffic. Interestingly, the post comes up when people search for

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Should Your New Year Resolution Be Realistic?

Do you wonder as you are making your New Year resolution: “Do my goals have to be realistic, or can I just write whatever I want?”   Go ahead, write

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Volunteer, Donate, and Spread the Word

Many people are asking how they can help provide relief from Hurricane Sandy in NYC. Large parts of NYC still look like scenes from a war movie (read my account

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Recently I wrote a letter to a group of my colleagues, Martha Beck Life Coaches working around the world, and they’ve done an amazing job spreading the word around and

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