Guess what?  I am a High-Achiever, Overachiever, & Perfectionist too. I learned these skills early on in my life as a way to belong, succeed, feel safe, and be validated.  Ironically, it was these same skills later in life that got in the way of belonging/acceptance with my own self and others, succeeding, and feeling…

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(…continued from Change: Part 1) I prepared by being curious as to what type of exercise I would enjoy and that would fit easily into my life.  I also different types of exercise out for the sole purpose of being curious not for a goal of doing it 3-4 times a week.  I prepared by…

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I have many stories and adventures with wanting to change.  Some have been successful, and some have not.  I was unsuccessful mostly because I was not ready, the timing was not right, my change goal was not individualized for me and instead of preparing for the change I jumped right in and set myself up…

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Emotional Intelligence Emotions are tied to all aspects of our lives and live in all we do. This guide helps you to identify, assess, and use five competencies that are linked to Emotional Intelligence. The five competencies in Emotional Intelligence must start with you. If you are not self-aware and purposefully using the competencies with…

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Emotional Intelligence Emotions are tied to all aspects of our lives and live in all we do. This guide helps you to identify, assess, and use five competencies that are linked to Emotional Intelligence. The five competencies in Emotional Intelligence must start with you. If you are not self-aware and purposefully using the competencies with…

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How do I go about Loving Life or what are some steps? So, it is easy to remember we are going to use the 3 L’s in Love Living Life as our guide: •Love What do you love?  When I work with my clients and I pose the question “What is it that you Love”? …

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As I share some of my life experiences, it is imperative that I first share with you that I practice and live from a philosophy of no judgment for self or others- just patience in understanding how it all makes sense. How it is all a part of who I am today. I myself was…

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When I was about 34 years old, after years of unsuccessful trying, I got pregnant for the first time.  Thrilled with excitement and joy my husband, mom and I entered the room for my first ultrasound.  As we sat there with extreme anticipation the technician moved the ultrasound wand all over my belly.  She asked…

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