Tag Archives: Action

I Feel Your Pain

I realize it’s hard to think forward when you are in the midst of the pain and chaos that surrounds any type of disaster.  I know.  I have been there. Even as I send prayers and support to victims of … Continue reading

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THE POWER TO THRIVE

Adversity follows a common trajectory.  In one way or another, we all have to get past the immediate trauma and devastation of the enormity of loss in our lives in order to go on living.  Ultimately, we get through the … Continue reading

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HOW DO WE PICK UP THE PIECES AFTER A DISASTER?

When a landslide destroyed our home several years ago, I had no idea how to pick up the pieces.  I learned.  The biggest lesson I took away from it is that we are not alone.  Everyone has significant setbacks in … Continue reading

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FINDING COMFORT IN THE SILENCE

The Home & Family cast and crew came together on set in our beautiful backyard this week to share our loving memories of one of our own, director William (“Will”) O’Hara.  It was a simple tribute to a kind, gentle, … Continue reading

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7 Steps to Make the Most of Your New Year’s Resolutions

Can you believe it?  The year is rapidly drawing to a close.  I’m looking forward to celebrating as we always do, however, before shifting into all the preparations for the festivities, I’ve paused to think about what I really, really … Continue reading

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Success is the result of a series of small steps taken – including You Tube videos

Today I took another huge personal step.  I recorded my first You Tube video.  Noah St. John  recommended doing it when I first worked with him, however, it’s been one of the those things I kept finding reasons to avoid. … Continue reading

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Did You Take Action Today?

I woke up and took action today.  I set up an FTP account for the new website I am building.  It may not seem like a big action to anyone else, however, it was a necessary step to start loading … Continue reading

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The Importance of Visualization for Effective Productivity

I’ve been thinking about productivity quite a bit in anticipation of D’vorah Lansky’s upcoming Productivity Class that starts on November 3rd. As a speaker in one of her Master Classes, I’ve been thinking about what makes for a productive environment and how we choose the systems that help us maintain it. Continue reading

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6 Tips to Maximize Personal Productivity

I’ve been a little remiss with my weekly postings recently. It’s ironic because my focus has been on the topic of Productivity. D’vorah Lansky has a Master Class on Productivity coming up in November for her author community and I’ve … Continue reading

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To Live with Intention

Several weeks ago, I began speaking on my podcast about the parallels between the rebuilding process after a disaster and Abraham Maslow’s Pyramid of Needs. The visual provided a strong image for the journey back from negative life events, as … Continue reading

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