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Importance of Attitude — Whiner or Winner?

Our life journey is inevitably filled with the unknown, the unexpected, and the uncontrollable, but how we face that journey is totally shaped by each individual.  Attitude is everything; it molds and defines the intricate contours and substance of our … Continue reading

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The Purpose of Your Life: Can You Define It?

Often times — when we are somehow touched by the end of someone’s life — we take pause and think more deeply about our own life. And that deep thinking is often inclusive of the question, “What is my purpose … Continue reading

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Importance of Laughter

If “laughter is the best medicine,” why do so few take a daily dose? Learning from the Children Watch a child at play. What do you see? More importantly — what do you not see? You won’t see stress lines … Continue reading

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Priorities: The Top 4 — Getting them Straight

A single mother of three recently told me how she was having a difficult time finding a good man. “These guys just don’t understand that my kids come first,” she complained. “It reminds me of Mike,” she said, referring to … Continue reading

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The Career Coach: Worthwhile or Worthless?

I began this series with the article Want to Find Employment? Stop Looking for a Job! — the result of my interview with career coach Randy Block. In this second installment to the series, we’ll dive right into the question … Continue reading

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