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Nanette Bowles Finish Strong

Some think it’s human nature to want as much as possible for as little as possible, to be lazy, to give up Click here for the full article.
Jodie Heisner
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Bottomline Media Coaching

When communicating in business many tend to get wrapped up in nerves. Whether you are just doing a little networking, trying to close a deal with a new client, make a killer presentation, or effectively share advice on a TV news program, business communication is filled with pressure. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Mental Spring Cleaning

Last month we officially moved into Spring. When I think of Spring-I think of Spring Cleaning. It’s a time to get rid of cobwebs, dust bunnies and the accumulations from winter. Click here for the full article.
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Sticks and Stones

Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me? Click here for the full article.
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Save Our Space

A family looks forward to the seeing their favorite movie but find that the accessible seating areas are occupied by individuals who’ve propped up their feet and spread out through the space. Click here for the full article.
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Living without Cancer

Years ago, a friend of mine was diagnosed with breast cancer. As her co-workers and friends, we rallied around to support her. We had a scarf party for her and enjoyed the different colors and styles of her wigs. 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.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Working on the Right Thing

Last month we began a series on Overcoming Blocks to Success and the focus was on misalignments. When you asked yourself the questions about misalignments, did you find anything that you need to work on? I know that I personally have to work on my own denial especially in areas when I tell myself that something isn’t impacting me when it definitely is. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Spring into Cleaning

During the month of March we move into Spring. When I think of Spring-I think of Spring Cleaning. It’s a time to get rid of cobwebs, dust bunnies and the accumulations from winter. However for the blog this month we are going to focus on a different type of Spring Cleaning and that is letting go of behaviors or issues that are in our way to being our best self. In the coaching world, these behaviors or issues are referred to as tolerations. Click here for the full article.