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Peggy Marshall

Living into Your Passions

Check your fears around living a passionate life and then build a plan for moving beyond them. As a coach, I always recommend starting with the easiest or less life changing passion such as identifying a passion that can be turned into a hobby. 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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Building Your “COTE” of Amour

The more competence you feel the more confidence you feel which motivates you to take on more challenges successfully resulting in more confidence. Click here for the full article.
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Ground Rules

Living with Children John Rosemond Copyright 2009, John K. Rosemond Q: What, if any, ground rules can and should parents set for a child returning to live at home after college graduation. My husband and I are facing this issue with our daughter in May 2010, and we need help. Click here for the full article.
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A Queer Q & A #2

The church should be a place where people come to experience God's love in the midst of a loving community. The church fails totally when they try to decide who can be recipients of that love. Click here for the full article.
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Hungry 4 year Old

My almost 4-year-old daughter asks for food constantly. I can’t tell if this is a boredom thing or an attention thing but regardless I am unsure how to handle it. I’ve tried allowing her to eat such things as carrots when she starts complaining, but I want to curb the actual behavior without giving her food issues. At present, she is of normal weight and height, and I want her to stay that way. –Hungry in Ohio Click here for the full article.
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Are We There Yet

I’m convinced that the inventor of the backseat car movie monitors was a parent who was tired of hearing, “Are are there yet?” Personally, I’ve never had one of these, though my kids and I have driven behind people with them and really enjoyed guessing the movie. I supposed these would have been great when we used to spend about 3 hours a day commuting. Click here for the full article.
Peggy Marshall
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9 Things Successful People Do Differently

In a recent Harvard Business Review article, Heidi Grant Halvorson, Ph.D. identified nine things that successful people do differently from those who struggle with success. As you read through the list, think about how the suggested actions and activities could lead you to greater success in achieving your goals. Click here for the full article.
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Rock, Paper, Scissors & Dynamite

The other day I was playing with three of my grandchildren. Innocently I reached up on the shelf in the garage to get down a bottle of bubbles. I only had one bottle and this incited world war between the three grandkids. The kids were grabbing, screaming and crying trying to assert there way, “Me first” “My bubbles!”. I realized that I was quickly losing control. I resorted to the primal Grandma squeal, stopping them in their tracks. They all three froze to see what was wrong. I quickly said, “I know how we will settle this Rock, Paper ,Scissors & Dynamite.” Click here for the full article.
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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.