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start the stop list

Published on November 25th, 2014

What can you stop doing today?  Where can you exercise a quick and decisive “no?” Most of us enjoy pleasing people. We like to say “yes” so that others think highly of our abilities. We like to say “yes” so that we won’t be forgotten when new talent arrives. We like to say “yes” because

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Stress Less!

Published on December 20th, 2013

In five days we celebrate what for many is “the most wonderful time of the year.”  It’s Christmas.  It’s a time for family.  It’s a time to slow down and enjoy generosity at its best.  But the most wonderful time of the year often turns into the most stressfull time of the year.  There’s stuff

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I’m learning to say no

Published on September 23rd, 2013

Saying no is a hard thing…for me.  I would rather just say yes to people…to opportunities…to causes.  Unfortunately, saying yes to every person or every opportunity, or every cause leads to an unsustainable schedule.  But, I do not like saying no.  Perhaps that is driven by a desire to not disappoint people.  Perhaps that is

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default to yes

Published on June 12th, 2011

The word “yes” is a very interesting word. It’s a word that keeps conversations, dreams, and ideas alive.  It’s a word that brings a smile.  It’s a word filled with expectations.  It’s a word that potentially changes the future.  There is nothing quite like asking for something that you’ve always wanted, or making a presentation

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