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The Year of Choosing Me – Part 13

The Year of Choosing Me – Part 13

For me, now, as I break through to this next level, there is a lot of bringing things into my life that create feelings of joy and happiness while pushing out things that stress me or that I dislike.  Sometimes, it’s easier than expected and other times much more difficult as I discern what is truly (not) aligned and what might be fear-based. 

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The Year of Choosing Me- Part 11

The Year of Choosing Me- Part 11

What separates successful people from unsuccessful people is how they communicate. 

It doesn’t mean that they never have issues; they’re not afraid to face the issue head-on.  They apologize, move forward, and do their best to solve the situation making the customer happy.  It can be an opportunity to create a “raving fan” (and I’ve seen that happen and personally been delighted many times!)

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The Year of Choosing Me – Part 10

The Year of Choosing Me – Part 10

One of my most beloved books in the whole wide world is “The Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz.  I first heard about this book when Oprah announced it years ago on her television show and proclaimed that it was her favorite (which I believe she heard about from Ellen DeGeneres). It ties right into my world of mindset, abundance, and Laws of Attraction.  

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The Year of Choosing Me – Part 8

The Year of Choosing Me – Part 8

What if we’re miscast in a role?

Think about this for a minute.

I saw “Hello, Dolly!’ twice while it was on tour with Broadway in Boston. Tony award-winner, Betty Buckley played the lead. I     remember seeing her in the television show, “Eight is Enough” where she played a very serious stepmother who…

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