Are You Looking for Answers in All the Wrong Places?

Look at the headlines of blog posts, magazines and pop-up ads.  You’ll notice something they have in common.  They make you feel like you are missing out . . . The Secrets to Financial Success. Five Things Every Woman Over 40 Should Know. What You Don’t Know About _________ (health, career, your house, your spouse, your dog, etc…) Will Cost You! Everywhere we turn there are offers and admonitions that …
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Decision: Is it an Opportunity or a Detour?

Originally posted September 2013 Have you ever gotten a tantalizing invitation to do something that seems glam, fun, amazing, a little too good to be true? The invite could be an opportunity that opens doors, a break in your routine to see new sights, meet new people, a chance to learn something new. All great benefits except if it detours you from your life purpose, then you should probably stay …
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What Did You Used To Do?

I used to do yoga everyday until I got a frozen shoulder.  Even after it healed I never got back to my regular practice. I used to do Pilates, but when the studio on my street closed I never found another one. I  used write in my journal every morning, but when I took on new clients I started working earlier and never got it back on my schedule. I …
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Podcast: The Mind Aware Show with Dana Wilde

The Mind Aware Show is the podcast for go-getters and achievers who are continually maximizing their lives. On the show, host Dana Wilde, interviews today’s top thought leaders about how to intentionally and systematically change your mindset so you get better outcomes. When you feel good … when you’re happy … you have a better life. You make better decisions. You FEEL like working. You FEEL like engaging. You are …
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Discover What You Have to Give – Find a Calling

Last week I had dinner with a friend I’ve known for over thirty years.  When we met, we both had young children, I had a career and she didn’t at the time.  I remember those long ago conversations when she talked about the pros and cons of working full time with a young family.  Times were different and women in her set weren’t as likely (or as encouraged) to have …
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