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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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HOW WELL WILL YOU REBOUND AFTER A DISASTER?

How prepared are you to rebound after a full blown natural disaster with catastrophic consequences? I wasn’t prepared when it happened to me.  I left for work on a rainy day and came home to find a landslide had gone … Continue reading

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Do You Choose Disaster or Prosperity?

I got so excited this week that I have to tell you! I may not know what your dreams are, but one of mine is coming true. Prior to giving talks during online events and prior to having my podcast … 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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The 30 Day Podcasting Challenge – Checking In

Whoopee! My microphone has arrived! Am I really that excited about a microphone? Yes. It’s one of the few pieces of physical equipment that are part of doing podcasts.
Remember, a few weeks ago, I was telling you about the upcoming 30 Day Podcasting Challenge led by D’vorah Lanksy and Doug For… Continue reading

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Going Viral with Appreciation

Did you feel it? My inbox and social media sites have been filled with expressions of gratitude as we celebrate Thanksgiving here in the States. Since the publication of Rainbows Over Ruins, I often hear from people who have been … Continue reading

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Reports from the Field

It’s an interesting experience – receiving feedback on your first book and interacting with those first individuals. I certainly have a vision of what I would like people to gain from the reading. Still, it feels a little different in … Continue reading

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