Monthly Archives: May 2014

Moving Forward, Through Resistance

What if confusion and the state of being overwhelmed were nothing more than resistance? Remember the resistance in kids when it’s time for organizing a bedroom, or studying for exams for the first time? Resistance often produces procrastination. Resistance is simply a component of stretching and growing, regardless of age. Procrastination will hold you up…

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LEARNING SOMETHING NEW

We’re either stretching and growing, or in the process of shriveling up and dying. Change is constant and affects each of us constantly. That was intentionally redundant! Notice, this sentence is a different sentence, written in a different moment from the last. Time marches on. This article is about yours truly. I love to learn…

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An Opportunity to Be a Change Agent

“Bring Our Girls Home” is in the mainstream media, in large part because a west coast mother took an impassioned stand, learned about hashtags, and sent tweets to every person of influence she could. In short order, her plea grew exponentially. Awareness and acceptance that the situation is real and needs resolution is the first…

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Perfectionism, procrastination are friends joined at the hip

What does it take to move forward and to create something different?   Moving forward and creating something different. Simple as that.   Problem is, it’s not as easy as it sounds. The challenge is in the “thinking.” We want things the way we desire, but fall short in doing what it takes to create…

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