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Thank you, David Bowie, for so very much. Most of all, thank you for reminding me that: Unless I’m facing down a terminal prognosis, I will not whinge about lack of time. To my last breath, it’s about doing the work.
How often do you find yourself saying, or thinking, “I should do X?” Several years ago I realized how often I used that phrase, and how powerful were its implications. Where does “should” come from? I wanted to take ownership of my life choices, large and small. “Should’s” weren’t good enough. Since then, I have […]
Thanks to everyone who sent enthusiastic feedback about my most recent blogpost, How to Change the World in 2016. And thanks for these additions to the list: Register and vote. Ask an elderly woman what she’s learned in her years. Stop under estimating your potential. Take more risks. Ask an elderly woman how she met, […]
The new year isn’t only about improving ourselves. It’s about improving the world. (After all, remember, a rising tide lifts all boats.) There are so many little, everyday ways that we can each help to level the playing field for women and girls. Here are just a few of them: 1. Stop commenting on how […]
So much of what I know about clarity I learned in process with my coaching clients. Here are just a few of the truths I’ve discovered: Clarity of intention is powerful. The price of clarity is brutal honesty. Paying attention is powerful. Resistance is your best friend.
Here you go, another round of my daily reminders to help you get grounded, reflective, and ready to take on the world! Clarity is the antidote to a cliched life. “It is not enough to be industrious; so are the ants. What are you industrious about?” Henry David Thoreau What you put in your body […]