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Calling a Spade a Spade

Calling a Spade a Spade

A fiery soul with eyes that speak volumes took me aside at a large session I was facilitating recently. She shared with me her history of overcoming trauma and abuse and her personal mission to inspire others, and above all to speak up.   She told me she really...

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Failure or is it?

Failure or is it?

In all honesty, the word ‘failure’ is a harsh one. Beyond its definition, it implies incompetence, defeat, collapse, negligence – just to list a few more harsh words. You have to ask yourself: ‘Failure’ from whose point of view? Mine or someone else’s? You call...

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Do You Suffer From Frequent Explainitis?

Do You Suffer From Frequent Explainitis?

Please excuse my tongue in cheek question, but recently I was listening in on a conference call and I found myself getting increasingly irritated with the convenor. He went on, and on, and on…..I had to talk myself out of intervening since I was just there to listen....

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What makes you happy in your own way?

What makes you happy in your own way?

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” – Oscar Wilde There’s an empty lot near my house owned by a man – whom we will call ‘Anthony’. It’s a very valuable plot of city land and he – Anthony – stubbornly refuses to sell the lot to...

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The High Price of Wanting to Be Right

The High Price of Wanting to Be Right

A wonderful friend was saddened by the loss of her relationship with her grandson. She had raised him and had been his anchor during his parents’ acrimonious divorce. She was devastated by his decision to go live in another city and stop all contact. Then, after an...

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Taking Back Your Personal Power

Taking Back Your Personal Power

Her VP made her life miserable at work. Her ideas were shot down and ridiculed publicly, her performance scrutinized and criticized. She could do no right. Her team was mostly sheltered from the brunt of the VP’s displeasure. She would cushion the blows as best she...

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