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What would it take to lift your spirits and make you feel happy?

Back when I was young mom with a toddler at home, Dr. Joyce Brothers was actively writing and appearing on television.  One of her books was among the first I read as I began exploring self-development.  She asked the question … 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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Why do you want to develop power habits?

You are what you think. I know, you are more accustomed to the saying, you are what you eat. But really, even what you eat is a result of what you think. All the silly, seemingly mindless things we do … Continue reading

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The Willingness to Re-Focus

Have you ever found yourself off course? It’s that crazy sensation of being overwhelmed, having too much to do, or being pulled and pushed away from the one thing you want to accomplish toward its polar opposite. Circumstances and events … Continue reading

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