Your Legendary Adventure

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When Paul Frazer told me what he was planning to do, I knew he had to be a guest on Your Life, Unlimited radio. Paul and his wife took a 8 month leave of absence from their ‘real life’ and spent 8 months on a self-guided sailing adventure in the … Continue reading Your Legendary Adventure

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Your Innate Abilities

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Do you know what your innate abilities are? If not, may I suggest it would be in your best interests to find out. Enter Brian Jaudon, founder of www.thegiftstream.org, whose passion it is to help people discover their gifts. We had a conversation about the benefits (to you and the … Continue reading Your Innate Abilities

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Making Sense of the Senseless

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A Facebook friend noted that I did not post anything about the tragic and senseless massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut . He new I was not a big newspaper reader and wondered if this atrocity had slipped by me. To answer – no it did not. Although … Continue reading Making Sense of the Senseless

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The Undefeated Mind

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A big thanks to author and medical doctor Alex Lickerman for sharing his insights with us. His book, The Undefeated Mind – One the Science of Constructing an Indestructible Self, validated the very thing I have been working on and speaking about for years – that it is our  responsibility … Continue reading The Undefeated Mind

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Words that Change Minds – How to Deliver Not-So-Great Feedback

Trouble communicating with a colleague spurred my intense desire to have a conversation with Neuro-Linguistic Programming Expert Shelle Rose Charvet. As the author of both Words that Change Minds and Wishing, Wanting and Achieving and the owner of some very funky, rhinestone-clad, pink rubber cowgirl boots, Shelle shared some simple … Continue reading Words that Change Minds – How to Deliver Not-So-Great Feedback

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