Tag Archives | power

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How to quit the “should” habit

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 […]

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Hanna Arendt | AnnDaly.com

Power to the women

Power is not a dirty word. Power, put most simply, is the ability to make things happen. Don’t you want to make things happen? ‘Power is a positive force if it is used for positive purposes.’ Elizabeth Dole ‘Power is the ability not to have to please.’ Elizabeth Janeway How do you define power? (Am […]

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Coaching reminders for this week

Ready for a little mid-week boost? Here’s a compendium of last week’s daily coaching reminders. Tell me, which is your favorite? When things don’t go so well, fret not. Shrug your shoulders and tell yourself, “Live and learn!” Know the difference between working and grinding. If you don’t know what it is, then begin by […]

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Diane von Furstenberg: the secret to her success

The Woman I Wanted To Be is Diane von Furstenberg’s third book. And this time around, it’s not just about building a brand, it’s about building a legacy: “My goals had shifted. No longer was I striving to be financially independent. I was. I didn’t need to prove that the first time around wasn’t an […]

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