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Dr Peggy Marshall
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What is Your WHY?

What are you waking up to? Are you feeling drawn to do something new, try something new or just reaffirm commitments you made at the beginning of the year? Click here for the full article.
Nassim Sana
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Put Me Back On The Map

Put Me Back On The Map: Some people have a clear vision of their purpose early on in life—it’s as if the path was laid out for them and they simply had to take the first step. For others, the vision is unclear and the path elusive. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Commitment to Your Goals

We are now well into 2013 and you may find yourself losing some momentum towards the goals/resolutions you set for yourself at the beginning of the year. A good check for yourself might be to examine Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Putting Your Attention On

This month we are going to focus on Intention and Attention. In my work with people who are trying to make changes in their lives by putting their heart’s desires 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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End of

As we reach the end of 2010, I want to remind readers of the importance of reflection to our growth and success. There is not a better time for reflection then at the end of something and the beginning of another. I know most of you are thinking-“Is she crazy-doesn’t she realize how busy my schedule is?” I certainly do as my schedule is also brimming to the top. However, if we don’t set aside time for reflection we risk moving into 2011 without a solid evaluation of what’s working in our lives and what is not. As a result we could be destined to repeat 2011 in the same manner that we moved through 2010. I find in my busy life that the best time for reflection is the last week of the year as activities seem to have reached their peak by then and I feel like I can take a breath. Click here for the full article.