Category Archives: Personal Transitions

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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Take it Out of High Gear

By Gail Z. Martin How much time did you spend relaxing this summer? Many entrepreneurs—in fact, I’d say most of us—get so busy building our businesses that we forget to take time off to nurture our souls. The dog days … Continue reading

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Flash your · · · — — — · · ·

By Sheryl Eldene, MBA, MA Before the era of 911, everyone knew the Morse Code for SOS, (· · · — — — · · ·).  Since we don’t use that anymore, I’m giving SOS a new meaning: SIGNS of STRENGTH. Master these 7 Signs of Strength and … Continue reading

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Civility

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<div class=\"postavatar\"></div> by Gail Z. Martin The whole civility topic has stayed with me.  All the anger spewed by talk radio and politicians, and all the fear that makes for news show ratings is making us sick—and I mean that … Continue reading

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Anger and the lizard brain.

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<div class=\"postavatar\"></div> by Gail Z. Martin I’ve told the story about the two warring wolves inside each of us—the light one that is brave and true and the dark one that is dangerous.  The wolf that wins is the wolf … Continue reading

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How are those resolutions coming?

by Gail Z. Martin Just a month ago we watched the ball drop in Times Square and the new year looked like a bright, shiny penny.  Resolutions for a better 2011 seemed easy to make. Now we’re one whole month … Continue reading

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If it Matters, Write it Down

SCIENCE OF AFFIRMATIONS by Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA We know from a study from Yale in 1953 that the 3% of Yale graduates who had written goals had more wealth years later than the other 97% of the class combined. … Continue reading

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