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Mindset or Method

What’s your Achilles heel, mindset or method? When my husband was in the Army, one of his sayings was:  proper, prior preparation prevents piss poor performance. Ooohhh, didn’t expect that from a  “go with the flow, Yoga-loving meditation advocate,” did you! But, have you ever noticed when preparing yourself to move in the direction of one of your dreams or

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The Final Step to Bring your New Year Vision to Life!

First a little background information on how your mind works. Knowledge is power and when you understand the workings of your mind you’ll be in a powerful position to use it for positive change in your life. Your mind is divided into two parts the conscious and the unconscious.  I like to think of the mind as a computer. The

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A Paradigm Shift that will Change Your Life!

If you haven’t already read my first New Year blog, go ahead and do that now.  It gives you lots of advice on how to begin the process of setting yourself up for a successful year. – New Year Resolutions the Wise Way. Reversing the ‘have – do – be’ thought process. Did you know that over 90% of your mind

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New Year’s Resolutions… The Wise Way

Would you like to do things differently this year? Try a new way of bringing your goals and dreams to life?  The powerful process of forming new habits, making positive changes, setting intentions and envisioning and bringing to life a brighter future is something that is now well researched and practiced by elite athletes and successful people.  It’s something I’ve

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What’s driving you up the wall?

Kids year 12 exams on the horizon, work place environment not pleasant, traffic everywhere, not enough time in the day, challenging relationships… What’s driving you up the wall? I know I’m not the only one who’s used the phrase “he/she/it’s driving me up the wall!” Sound familiar? Usually when we get to the stage of saying things like this we’re

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A stress-relief tip to practice at your work desk..

You don’t need an hour during your lunch break to de-stress from a busy work day. Many people wait till their stress levels have hit an all-time high before they take any step to address the situation.  By then it’s too late. With this easy tip, you can take 3-5 minutes at your desk when needed to calm your nerves. Simply

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