Be the CEO of YOU

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  I just returned from an event in Scottsdale, Arizona, called Inside Edge. As a sponsor (see photo above), I was fortunate to meet and talk with many of the 400-plus talented, motivated business owners and solo entrepreneurs who attended. They were working hard and working long hours to be successful, to hit their financial… Read more »

Have you tuned up your brain lately?

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We all have a moment of forgetfulness now and then. Inattention, overwork, excessive noise, fatigue, family difficulties, and a host of other factors can cause these little mental hiccups. A longer string of memory troubles, or moments of feeling “foggy,” certainly can be a source of anxiety. If you’re having prolonged or worsening memory or… Read more »

If you’ve ever been called “too sensitive”…

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Are you highly attuned to what others are thinking and feeling? Do you find yourself overstimulated or distracted by bright lights, large groups, loud noises, and certain smells? Do you have a problem “fitting in”? If so, you might be a fellow Very Reactive Female (VRF). A pattern that’s typical of this personality type looks… Read more »

Got armor? Tune up your body’s defense.

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Brrr, has it been a harsh winter for much of the country! With colder-than-average temperatures, long stretches of dull gray skies, biting winds, and snow falling in unlikely places, this one’s been a season for the record books. Mother Nature is making the idea of hiding inside very tempting. And while nothing’s wrong with avoiding… Read more »

Gallop into the Year of the Horse!

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Happy New Year once again! On January 31, 2014, the Chinese New Year, we will officially usher in the Year of the Horse. In the Chinese tradition, each year is dedicated to one of twelve animals: Dragon, Horse, Monkey, Rat, Boar, Rabbit, Dog, Rooster, Ox, Tiger, Snake, and Ram. Each of these animals is thought… Read more »

Want your health issues to be “so last year”?

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Now that a new year has begun, you might be busy working toward resolutions you totally have pledged to stick to. Or maybe you’re quite busy breaking them. You’re not alone. Need I remind you that January’s packed gym usually looks like a ghost town in February? What if, this time, you could, instead, compose… Read more »

Trash these losing resolutions BEFORE they trash your initiative

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Watching the ball drop in Times Square, New York City, is a New Years’ Eve tradition around the country. The countdown from 10 to 1, glitter and confetti, corks popping, noisemakers squealing, kissing and hugging, people around the world celebrating, crowds cheering…The scenes and excitement are so spectacular, it’s hard to believe it’s not a… Read more »

Stop being so nice!

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During the holidays, more of everything special seems to come our way—more fun, more food, more family, more sparkle. More time with friends, more opportunities to meet new friends, glamorous holiday clothes, more gifts and glitter.  But then we have the other side of this wonderful season: more work, more events, more family (again), late… Read more »

Hungry for Love? Here’s a Recipe for Attraction.

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As I discussed in the last newsletter, your health and your ability to achieve financial success are interconnected [link to first post]. It’s practically impossible to have one without the other for long. There’s another parallel to your wellness, too: the world of relationships. Your physical and emotional health can dictate your success in attracting… Read more »