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A Tip For Goal Achievement

A Tip For Goal Achievement

Remember, when setting up any goal or project you wish to achieve give yourself a realistic time frame in which to complete it.  I have learned this valuable lesson from those that I work with professionally.  They will want to change so many things, which is good, but they do not really take the time … Continue reading

Are You Moving The Needle?

Are You Moving The Needle?

  Do you have a hard time achieving goals you really want?  I have often wondered if we really want to obtain a goal, why is it that we many times fail? If we really desire to reach a goal can we be lacking motivation? I can only speak for myself, and I would have to … Continue reading

Thankful, Grateful, Blessed

Thankful, Grateful, Blessed

We hear a lot about having a grateful mindset.  It is very true that your life can be better by adopting just one of the practices below and practicing it every day.  It doesn’t have to take a lot of time, but the return will be bountiful! Start a gratitude journal. – List one thing … Continue reading

Good Deeds Are Noticed

Good Deeds Are Noticed

Do good things always, even when you feel others do not deserve them. You deserve to feel great about yourself and doing good promotes that. Life is too short, take advantage of all the good and kindness you can give. Happy Friday! Tina

Enjoy Life!

Enjoy Life!

We know that we can control the way we feel even when a difficult situation arises we have a choice as to how we are going to respond.  I found this picture and saying and it really resonated with my internal message to myself. I wish you all a happy Friday and a wonderful weekend! … Continue reading

Coworker Conflictp

Coworker Conflictp

This past weekend I had the privilege of speaking with medical professionals at a conference in Toronto, Canada.  One of the topics we talked about was handling workplace conflict. We all know that when you are working with people you are bound to have conflict.  It is just a fact of life.  The point of … Continue reading

Take Time Each Day

Take Time Each Day

Life certainly is short no matter what.  I was talking with a Doctor who specializes in Oncology and Cancer survival and she told me that she has worked with people who have faced death at the ages 24 and at 94 and all ages in between and each one of them said they wanted to … Continue reading