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Momentum for Change

This month we are focusing on working on the right things. It is possible that the goals we set at the beginning of the year were not the right ones for us. This can be the very reason lost momentum towards our goals. How do we know what areas of our own self-development we need to work on? Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Celebrating Your Success

Every year when I hear this song, I begin to think about what “I have done” and whether I accomplished the most important things in terms of what I set out to do. What I want to call out this year is how you celebrate what you have accomplished. High achievers are not known for stopping to celebrate successes instead they are known for moving on to the next task. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Navigating Change

As you think about how you have been approaching change in your life, consider these four steps Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson
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Getting Over the Hump

I was visiting with some friends the other day. The subject of diet and exercise came up. Our friends, a couple in their 60s, had been working on a program over the last year to improve their health. They had been diligent with their diet and persistent with their exercise. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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The Formula for Success

It’s January-the time of year that many of us make resolutions-changes that we are absolutely committed to in 2011. Or maybe you decided that you didn’t want to make a resolution this year because you always lose momentum early and feel that you have failed. I am going to be discussing a strategy to help you rethink what success means to you. The strategy is to monitor our movement through the stages of change-not just the end goal. Just moving through the stages of change into action is a great success. Also, I am using the word goals rather than resolutions because we can come close to reaching goals with resolutions we are entering an either-or space. Thinking about the changes we want to make in terms of goals recognizes that we take actions towards targets rather than being firmly resolved to either do something or not do something. Click here for the full article.