Have an Interesting Life

Thanksgiving time is a mixed bag. Culturally, this holiday prompts us to think of the positive things in our lives to be thankful for. Well, what if you’re not “feeling

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Time to Catch Up

I know you’ve been through a lot this summer. I was privileged to hear many of your collective stories. As a group… You’ve traveled. You’ve worked more while your kids

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Spacing Out vs. Being Present

Being present is a prominent theme these days in most workshops on leadership, parenting, and personal development. I’m all for being present, as it can improve your life dramatically, because

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What’s Not Broken

Wisdom comes at the expense of having broken much – friendships, habits, glasses, heels, codes, hearts, dishes, connections… So, it’s logical that by our 30’s, we have a good grip

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Shaping Up: Career, Relationships, Self

You don’t need any more pressure during this holiday season – your plate is full, I know. Still, no matter how full your life is at the moment, I know

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Full or Empty? Manage Your Personal Energy

  You’re at the top of your game. You act with authority and get results. You have an outstanding track record of resolving issues, and a long list of clients

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Grace Under Fire: Handling Life Changes

I’ve always loved fall. It is colorful, fresh, unpredictable, and usually brings about all sorts of new promising beginnings.  This September came as a mixed bag, though. It has delivered

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Chase For Upgrades: When Is “Good Enough” Good Enough?

This summer has been filled with more questions than answers for me. About parenting (is it better to cut kids some slack, or to continue with sports practices 5 times

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Control or Let Go?

Analytical Thinkers’ Guide for Letting Go As analytical people, we often try to control situations to create or get what we want. It seems logical: we want something, so we

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Sustainable Work-Life Balance: Possibility or Fiction?

Sustainable work-life balance is one of the greatest challenges of today’s leaders who want to have a meaningful career, to make time for the family and friends, travel, play, and develop

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