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I coach brilliant women, lots of them. Dedicated, talented, brilliant women. Most of the time, they don’t know their brilliance. They are certain they “aren’t ready” to take on that next bigger role. They are more attuned to the ways they aren’t qualified than to the ways that they are. They are waiting for someone to validate, promote or discover them.
We're celebrating Labor Day here in the states (or " Labour Day " in Canada), which means the government's celebrating your hard work by giving you the day off . While long weekends are great, if you don't take a moment to unwind they don't do you much good. Make your day off count and check out some of our favorite ways to relax and recharge. Recognize and Repair Burnout You want to avoid burnout, but sometimes you don't recognize the signs or the severity of the problem.
God has given you one face, and you make yourself another. – William Shakespeare For most of us, the plan is to have an extraordinary life. Our time in this world is so precious, and brief, it just makes sense to get everything we can out of each day. And then, by building one day upon the next, we can create a life full of meaning.
“Begin at once to live, and count each separate day as a separate life.” ~ Seneca The days are growing shorter. Emily and I were reviewing her first homework assignment last Wednesday evening when she noticed the sun was already setting.
I ain’t gonna live forever. I just want to live while I’m alive. – from the song It’s My Life by Jon Bon Jovi I learned the words to It’s My Life several years ago even though I never memorized the lyrics. Instead, I allowed the song, and its meaning, to be written on my heart where it still lives today.
Photo by Faungg I think one of the most fundamental questions we come to ask in our lives is “ what is the purpose of my life ?” which can be transcribed into “How meaningful is the life I am living at the moment?” This is a personalization of the more general and philosophical question “What is the meaning of life and everything?” These questions often arise when we are going through major life transitions or y-points in our lives where crucial decisions and drastic changes have to be made.
post written by: Marc Email They say the best things in life are free. Beyond a shadow of a doubt, the list below proves that statement to be true.
I 'STUMBLED UPON' THIS POST AT 'LIVE THE CHARMED LIFE' AND I LOVED IT SO MUCH, I JUST HAD TO SHARE IT! It begins... You see, when we’re born we see the world in an uncomplicated way.
Today’s guest post is from my friend John Sherry, writer at The 100% You blog. John is passionate about living his life to the fullest, and helping you to do the same. If you’ve been tip-toeing around the blogsphere quietly, today is your day to jump in and leave a comment for John. He always engages with a smile! Please make John welcome ~ We’re all so scared of failure.
Have you ever wished you could go back in time and have a conversation with one of the greatest minds in history? Well, you can’t sorry, they’re dead. Unless of course you’re clairaudient, be my guest. But for the rest of us, we can still refer to the words they left behind. Even though these great teachers have passed on, their words still live, and in them their wisdom. I’ve made a list of seven what I believe are some of the greatest teachings by the world’s greatest minds.
“I Promise.” Two powerful words ~ Those who know and love me understand that I do my best … I generally keep my word. But sometimes, when we’re in the midst of awakening change, making a commitment to do, give, or be something we’re striving for, presents a challenge that we hadn’t expected.
“Dreams are like stars…you may never touch them, but if you follow them they will lead you to your destiny.” Claire from United Kingdom asks a very intriguing question this week, which I will attempt to answer. Her question: Do I follow my fate or can I change my own destiny?
Prepare your mind to receive the best that life has to offer . – Ernest Holmes At times, our life can feel like it is spinning out of control. We feel completely powerless and overwhelmed by the many factors and circumstances that dictate and shape how we live. During moments like these, it may be easier to give up and accept these conditions, or we can choose to surrender and keep moving forward.
Posted on September 17th, 2008 | by Dee | I came across this article today and it made me think, which is why I publish it here. I’m not sure that I agree with all of the points made here, what do other people think? Do you think it is okay to take a break, for example, during work without apologizing? When I was younger, I used to have a habit of saying, “I’m sorry” after doing or saying something that I thought may have been non-appealing to the recipient.
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