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27 July 2015
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Self Improvement
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It’s Okay to Say No

Do you find your lips saying yes, even though your heart and thoughts are no?  Maybe you are afraid to disappoint your friend if you don’t show up?  Maybe you don’t want to look incompetent if you tell your boss you are not able to take on another responsibility, client, or project?  Maybe you don’t […]


22 July 2015
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Self Esteem
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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: Esteem

You are almost at the top of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs when you reach esteem.  Feeling really good about this climb up the pyramid, aren’t you?  Well, let’s check out what you should feel good about in this section! Within this stage, esteem means achievement, mastery, independence and respect.  There are two different kinds of […]


9 July 2015
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Mean Girl

I was so intrigued when I heard the term coined “Inner Mean Girl”.  There has been a lot of conversation (and rightfully so) about bullies on the “playground”, but as women we can be the biggest bully and the meanest to ourselves.  We are often comparing ourselves to the woman next door, over-critical about our […]


7 July 2015
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Self Improvement
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The Gift of I AM

 “I AM, two of the most powerful words, for what you put after them shapes your reality” Unknown Words are incredibly powerful – they can build or destroy.  Negative words creep into our mind and hearts — before we realize it, we are creating negative thoughts and attracting an undesirable situation into our life.  If your […]


4 July 2015
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Self Improvement
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Emotional Intelligence And Beyond

Personal Intelligence, The Power of Personality and How it Shapes Our Lives is a book by John D. Mayer who is a psychologist that co-developed the theory of emotional intelligence.  In my search to understand emotional intelligence I happened upon this book and (new to me) term and concept that expands on the original theory. […]


30 June 2015
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Self Improvement
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Be Vulnerable

When we were children, we used to think that when we were grown-up we would not longer be vulnerable.  But to grow up is to accept vulnerability… To be alive is to be vulnerable. –Madeleine L’Engle As Americans it seems we have placed too much emphasis on independence as a culture.  I’m not referring to […]


30 June 2015
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Signs of Being Stressed!!!

In most of our everyday lives we try to complete as many tasks as possible in a day. Usually with many task left incomplete or not even started. You get comfortable with the duties of a job, only to have your boss add additional duties to the list. We tend to do the same for […]


26 June 2015
Category:
Self Worth
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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: Safety

Once someone has obtained physiological needs, the next step up in Maslow’s hierarchy is to achieve safety.  Safety refers to physical, psychological and spiritual stability.  The ladies that enter the program that I work for usually do not have safety upon entering, but do after completion of the program.  When checking to see if someone […]

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