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Can You See The Finish Line?

Can You See The Finish Line?

The difference between those that reach their goals and those that do not is often the lack of self-motivation. How can we gain motivation to keep moving ahead to the goals we desire?  One way is by understanding the primary reasons for losing or not having motivation in the first place.  Once we understand the … Continue reading

Be Kind To Yourself And Have A Plan

Be Kind To Yourself And Have A Plan

Happy New Year! It is that time of year again when many people make commitments for change in their lives.  It is estimated that 80% of New Years resolutions are broken by February. The problem is once a person fails to keep their resolution they quit instead of starting again until they are successful. It … Continue reading

Are We Doomed To Keep Making The Same Mistakes?

Are We Doomed To Keep Making The Same Mistakes?

As I was reading Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carole” the other day and I realized that there were many lessons to be learned from dear old Ebenezer Scrooge.  Far to often we get stuck thinking about the mistakes we have made in the past, so much, that our present is spent dwelling in grief, excuses … Continue reading

Creating A Habit For Change

Creating A Habit For Change

Yesterday, I was listening to an interview with John Assaraf and he was talking about creating habits for change that we desire in our life.  As we know making changes is not always easy even when we want the change.  It is a known fact that “90% of heart patients do not stick to the … Continue reading

Mastering Leadership

Mastering Leadership

“The Lone Ranger would have died without Tonto.”  Leaders do not become leaders by themselves, yet so often we point out the leader failing to recognize the people who are the support team.  Those that make the difference so that the “leader” can do what is necessary to do their part in the project, the … Continue reading

Working With Good Friends

Working With Good Friends

Many workplaces discourage friendship bonding because they feel that employees will be more interested in talking with their friends rather than doing the tasks at work.  I have worked 22 years in our medical practice with my husband and yes, we have a great friendship.  We have been told that how we have fun and … Continue reading

Grateful, Thankful & Blessed

Grateful, Thankful & Blessed

“I originally wrote and posted this blog six years ago.  I think it is worth reposting.   Let us all count our blessings daily.” Tina During this time of year people begin to make lists of Thanksgiving.  I have often wondered why we should wait until this time of year to recognize the things we … Continue reading

Changes for Life

Changes for Life

Change can be hard, really hard, especially if we are not prepared to make it happen. Listen to this… “90% of heart patients do not stick to the life style changes their physicians state they need to make in order to live longer”  Wow, that is just amazing!  Do you think that they really want … Continue reading

Do You Want To Be Happy?

Do You Want To Be Happy?

We hear and read a lot about being more compassionate toward others these days.  Compassion is something that can be learned, but only if you want to become a more compassionate person. A great place to begin practicing compassion would be at work.  We encounter different people and situations that can challenge us at work … Continue reading