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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.
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.
Dr. Peggy Marshall
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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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“Happy Xmas” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono

As you prepare for 2016, don’t forget to reflect upon 2015 successes. One of the best ways to create our future is to leverage what we know about our past successes! Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Leading with Your Strengths

Towards the end of the last century there was a focus on exploring what people excelled at instead of highlighting where they needed to grow. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Oops to Eureka

“Only those who dare to fail greatly can achieve greatly” -Robert Kennedy I am working on a presentation for our team on Happiness using the book “The Happiness Advantage” by Shawn Achor. This blog will focus on one specific chapter entitled “Falling Up” which discusses the opportunity to turn failure into success. As a coach I have had many clients, in fact most of my clients, have faced some type of adversity which they believed created a failure for them. The clients who were able to see the opportunity in the challenge rather than looking at it from the perspective of total failure were able to make the most progress with turning the opportunity in to a future success. In Improv, this realization is called “Oops to Eureka”. What we think of as our greatest failure can sometimes be turned into a great success. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Thinking Differently about Conflict

When we think about conflict, many of us cringe. We avoid it, we ignore it, and we may try desperately to remain disengaged from it. However, when we allow ourselves to embrace conflict as a natural component of healthy relationships, we can learn tools and techniques that move us through conflict more quickly and resolutely. Dudley Weeks in “Eight Essential Step to Conflict Resolution” lays out a road map for us to successfully navigate through conflict. Click here for the full article.