Monthly Archives: September 2010

We Need Each Other

Scientists have been studying the interaction of human beings for centuries and the conclusion is always the same. We need each other. Physically we have a need for human touch. Infants who are not held and touched in their first … Continue reading

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Why Raving Fans Matter

In order to have any level of success in any area of your life, you must have at least a few raving fans.  Raving fans come in many varieties and sometimes they come from where you might least expect it. … Continue reading

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There’s more than one way.

Some people move through their lives and become set in their ways.  They enjoy only one way of eating a bagel, take the same road to the office every day and have clearly mastered a pattern of thinking that they … Continue reading

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Does Your Business Still Move You?

When you started your business you were thrilled and excited by the amazing possibility that lay before you.  The plans, the projections, the partnerships, the autonomy, the freedom, the bliss, the prospect of clients flocking to you in droves and … Continue reading

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Open Your Mind to Possibility

In the reading of the bestselling book Women, Food and God, I found myself immersed in the possibility of release.  Release from a lifetime of feeling caught up in so many emotions about food.  What Geneen Roth taught me through the … Continue reading

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