Tag Archives: purpose

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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SIGNS YOU ARE READY TO BOUNCE BACK FROM SETBACKS AND PREPARING TO THRIVE

Recovering from a major setback or adversity is not an overnight experience.  It is a process that unfolds in stages as you heal.  Sometimes you get stuck; sometimes you surge ahead; sometimes you fall back.  You may find it helpful … Continue reading

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Maintaining Momentum While Managing Crisis

  Do you know this law of energy? “An object in motion tends to stay in motion unless a force like friction or resistance steals it away. ”  I came across this while thinking about the power of flywheels.  Flywheels?  … Continue reading

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Are You Procrastinating?

In the last week, my inbox has seen a greater concentration of thoughts on procrastination.  I look at it as an indication that it’s time to plan for the New Year.  Although many mentors ask folks to get their New … 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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Has Anyone Given You a Roadmap to Rebuild?

As I look back to those first few weeks after our landslide, life was pretty chaotic. There were many things outside my life experience that needed to be handled, however, the solutions were not evident. At the time, I can remember wishing someone had written a guidebook, but I couldn’t find it. … Continue reading

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First Survey Results Are In!

Last week, I crafted my very first survey to learn a little more about the people who are seeing my messages. I thought you might find the results interesting. Not being a survey analyst, I am relying on my instincts … Continue reading

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