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I’ve got to tell you, this time of year is bugging me. I used to think of it as productive. There’s distance from the year that
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We went to New York for some festive shopping…and took a trip down memory lane. We lived near New York for a few years and
When I talk to people who have been laid off or fired, I say “Congratulations!” You get to shape a positive and evolving self. Starting now. There’s real energy in shifting your plans to align with what is important to you.
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Recently, I asked my audience what they were most concerned with looking towards the year ahead. These are smart people who are committed to their
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We’re almost at that time of year to make resolutions for the year ahead. The majority of my audience is focused on this. Doing what
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