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Avoiding Burn-Out

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA We’ve all all had those days when there’s a small voice in the back of our heads that says, “Here’s a quarter, please go call someone who cares.” At that moment you get it that unconditional … Continue reading

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It’s Difficult to Change

Doing things the way you’ve always done it will get you what you’ve always gotten. It might be difficult to change, but running on auto-pilot can’t change the outcomes. Check out what is on auto-pilot, and decide if that is what you want, or not. Continue reading

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Good Grief

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA This month is all about transition.  Many transitions need to move through a stage of grief.  What’s the difference between “good grief” and a pity party? As a business decision, I closed my massage practice of … Continue reading

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Got Your Big Girl Panties Game On?

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA Put on your Big Girl panties and go for the gold. Women often do business “politics” with pull-up diapers and wonder why they aren’t achieving the goals they set out. I’ve been wondering what the difference … Continue reading

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Never Compromise your Dream

by Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA “If you limit your choices only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all is left is a compromise.” (Robert Fritz, The Path of Least Resistance).  In … Continue reading

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Low Hanging Fruit

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA I live in the Northwest where we have lots of wild (annoying) Himalayan Blackberries. While I was walking the other day, I spotted a large, juicy, very ripe berry about eight inches off the ground. As … Continue reading

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Got a Backbone?

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA Remember those cute minnows swirling around Gail’s feet yesterday? They have intact backbones and really aren’t succeeding. Neither are the jellyfish stranded on the sand in the outgoing tide. Many people understand that BACKBONE, will, drive, … Continue reading

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Level Five Spin Ninja

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA One of my favorite comics is called “Non Sequitur”. It has an interesting little girl who makes some wild pronouncements about the world. Recently, she said, “The Spin Ninja code states that luck favors the prepared … Continue reading

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Evaporated Dreams

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA There are many theories about the sources and causes of stress and/or burnout. I propose that underneath all those ideas is a systemic disconnect between one’s strengths and ones dreams. Any combination other than being connected … Continue reading

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There are No Loopholes in Intention

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA One of the Laws of Attraction that I attend to is the awareness that wherever I put my attention, I’m also placing my energy and thereby, my power. I also know that any words that I … Continue reading

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