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Dr Peggy Marshall
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Choosing the Most Valuable Reality

Although choosing the most valuable reality may take more energy from you, it will definitely make a change in your relationships and potentially your own happiness. It is by sifting through not only the opinions and beliefs that we hold most dearly but also understanding that others who influence us may not have the entire picture and that we can come to new states of understanding if we open to alternative views! Click here for the full article.
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Well being

In their research, Rath and Harter found that only 7% of people could answer yes to doing what they like each day. They contend that the majority of people are disengaged from their work and are simply waiting for the “bell to ring” much like our experiences in school. 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.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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All In Change Agility

Think about the following questions as you evaluate the changes you are trying to make in your life. How does the E+E+E formula fit into your change agility? Click here for the full article.
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Controlling the Noise of Life

One of my roles was to connect the book “Before Happiness” by Shawn Achor to increasing personal performance. If you read my blog last month, you know I am a big fan of Shawn’s. I am going to focus on one specific skill from the book-noise cancellation Click here for the full article.
Dr. Peggy Marshall
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Constructing Your Reality

As you read the title for May’s blog you are probably wondering where I could possible go with a title like that. Actually, it’s a chapter in Shawn Achor’s book “Before Happiness” which is called Reality Architecture. I have been a fan of Shawn Achor Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Seven Decisions That Determine Personal Success

Everyday we run into walls that seem to stop us in our tracks. We are out of time, money or control. Just experiencing one of these factors can cause us to pause and for many of us-give up. Andy shared that this is when we have to continue to look for another way. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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What Matters Most

Gratefulness and purpose are interconnected resulting in expanded meaning, deepened satisfaction and joyfulness. During this time of reflection on gratitude, don’t forget to explore ways that you can deepen your connection to mission and purpose. Click here for the full article.