Monthly Archives: August 2015

Clarity is King!

Before our wedding last May, I had all the windows in my home cleaned, inside and out. You don’t know how much the dirtiness and haze has been limiting your view until they’re crystal clear again! It’s like getting new … Continue reading

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The Optimist’s Creed

I recently received a newsletter from my speaking pal, Gary Zelesky, a motivational speaker who’s known for his ability to help adults, executives, teachers, and high school students find or revive their passion for work and life. In it, he … Continue reading

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Birthdays and Wine

The older I get the quicker my birthdays seem to roll around and … the longer I seem to enjoy them. Today is my 56th birthday and the culmination of my “birthday weekend.” Since we’ve had a pretty big year … Continue reading

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Sour Milk and Leadership

I know. It’s completely un-lady-like to drink milk straight from the container. However, occasionally when I’ve needed an ibuprofen for a headache to get to sleep and to put a little something in my stomach, I’ve reached straight for the … Continue reading

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Emotional Intelligence: Communicating with Intention

One of my training sessions last week was with a group of office administrators on a monthly webinar to improve their communication skills with patients on the telephone. I always look forward to our intelligent and lively conversations about the … Continue reading

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