Almost six years ago on a beautiful spring day in April, I checked myself into the hospital, certain I was having a heart attack. I felt stressed, maxed, exhausted, and BEHIND. And I was hounded by my time and stress management failures: Keeping up with the endless emails, tasks, reports, and deadlines that would proliferate
Have you had the experience of setting a goal (like: get more clients, stay ahead of my paperwork or taxes, reach out to members of my network, or write a weekly blog) and then done NOTHING about it? I’m not talking about setting a goal that you actually have no intention of pursuing (Hello, “10
It’s 2021! We made it! And what better way to start a new year than with new friends? Why do I need new friends, you ask? Well, let me first go on the record to say that your old friends are GREAT. There’s no problem with them and you don’t need to kick ’em curbside unless
The prevailing cultural belief about change is that it comes when people are “ready” or it comes only to those who are “worthy” or “special.” That’s not true, and it’s time to let it go. You can be better tomorrow, even though you’re weak, imperfect, and only partially (if at all) “ready.” The only thing
Is it just me, or have we been wrapping up this year for a decade? The week between Christmas and New Year has always been chock full of year in review articles, best and worst lists, and lessons learned… it’s usually one of my favorite weeks of the year! I love a good retrospective- there’s
As I was walking my puppy around town yesterday I noticed a LOT of cars with Christmas trees on the roof. With Hanukkah starting on Thursday and Kwanza, Solstice, Festivus, and New Years on the horizon, there’s no denying it, the holidays are upon us. Though things will certainly look different this year (Zoom Caroling? Fireside Facetime?
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