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We're all Dog Paddling At the Beginning

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Have you ever swum in salt water?

The water is soft, caressing your skin and as you lay back, you float effortlessly. A few lazy kicks of your legs and you are gliding.

You feel the sun, warm upon your face as you gaze up into the blueness of the sky and wonder at the ease of this new way of being in the water.

It’s unlike the freshwater lakes and swimming pools you’ve been before. It’s… Bliss.

Now, imagine that this is the experience for you and your client after they give you a happy yes t…

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Do You Have the Technology (Learning) Blues?

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How would it feel to know that you have complete control of your technology?

Imagine sitting down at your computer, confident that you know what tech will best support your unique business….

….and using it feels delightfully easy and in flow with your business?

One of the things that I hear new business owners of a “certain age” stress over, is technology. The truth is, using technology can be a huge pain.

And that’s because…

… there’s always some new thing, or some way you’re supposed to u…

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How to Stop Second Guessing Yourself

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When nothing else works, I turn to my trusted friends – books. I have three on my desk right now.

Big Magic, Anatomy of the Spirit and Do the Work!

Which about sums up my journey of a spiritually fulfilling life and business. 

Clearly, those weren’t the books I read as a child, but my inner child soaks in the warm, safe, and accepting pearls of wisdom I find there now.

Because growing up I more often felt dismissed, flawed, and alone.

Those beliefs created the same experiences in adultho…

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How To Use Failure As A Teacher

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Of the many things I wish I had learned younger and better is how to use failure as a teacher, instead of considering it a personal weakness. Let's face it, from the moment we enter school, and sometimes before, the last thing we want to do is “fail” .

“Fear, embarrassment, and intolerance of failure drives our learning underground and hinders innovation. No more. Failure is strength. The most effective and innovative organizations (people) are those that are willing to speak openly about their…

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