Dr. Peggy Marshall has twenty-five years industry experience, Dr. Marshall serves as a strategic partner to her clients. She facilitates the development and utilization of multi-rater feedback systems and assessment processes to measure and deliver behavioral improvements in managers, performance-based coaching, team building, group process facilitation, and training.

From a systems perspective, Dr. Marshall provides consulting services that improve employee commitment and competence and assist with the management of strategic change initiatives. Her clients range from Fortune 100 Organizations to entrepreneurial ventures.  Contact Peggy on Facebook

 

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Choosing the Most Valuable Reality

Although choosing the most valuable reality may take more energy from you, it will definitely make a change in your relationships and potentially your own happiness. It is by sifting through not only the opinions and beliefs that we hold most dearly but also understanding that others who influence us may not have the entire picture and that we can come to new states of understanding if we open to alternative views! Click here for the full article.
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The Negative Thinking Spiral

Complicating the negativity bias is our memories which are either implicit or explicit. Although explicit memory is typically a positive phenomenon, what is stored in implicit memory is more often negatively biased. As we access these memories we continue to build more energy for the negative and may even perceive events as negative due to memories rather than what is actually happening in the moment. Click here for the full article.
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Fear in the Midst of Change

fear puts our brains into a negative mindset and induces worry. Hugh Prather in “The Little Book of Letting Go” shares that there are several attitudes that enable the worrier. First, believing that it is natural to worry. We develop this belief because we know so many people who do worry and accept it as a natural part of living Click here for the full article.
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Chunking Your 2017 Goals

Chunking Your 2017 Goals; Now that we know that we increase our odds of success when we break down our goals into smaller parts, let’s return to the twelve week year. Due to the limitations of space with this blog, I cannot cover all of the aspects of the twelve week year but will cover what are a few critical aspects to success. Click here for the full article.
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Do You Want to be Happy or Right?

From making true but destructive comments to an excessive need to be right to adding too much value, we jeopardize our relationships when we don’t allow the other to be their own perfect self. Click here for the full article.
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An Attitude of Gratitude

Focusing on gratitude doesn’t mean taking large periods of time to make it happen. A quick reflection as you are waking or just before you go to sleep can provide the benefits discussed earlier in this blog. I think the following quote sums it up concisely: Click here for the full article.
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Minding Your Thoughts

In working with clients, I have discovered that being able to recognize and name one’s emotional states can be a challenge. I believe this sometimes is a result of suppressing emotions as children and then having only one or two outlets for those emotions. Click here for the full article.
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Living Your Life on Purpose

The first step in the 12 Week Year process is to establish your professional and personal visions for yourself. We have discovered in working with leaders that this step can sometimes be difficult because we do not take the time to think about what we really want. Click here for the full article.
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Well being

In their research, Rath and Harter found that only 7% of people could answer yes to doing what they like each day. They contend that the majority of people are disengaged from their work and are simply waiting for the “bell to ring” much like our experiences in school. Click here for the full article.
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Getting Unstuck

Do you spend it investing in being the best version of you or do you repeat the patterns that keep you stuck? Keeping a journal is a great way to find out how you are spending you time. Once you know what you are doing, you can take those baby steps to getting unstuck. Click here for the full article.