Tag Archives: Lifestyle change

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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WHAT matters, check HOW at the door….

By Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA I ran across a quote of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this week which really caught my eye – “Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” This is especially … Continue reading

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Manifestation through Balance

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<div class=\"postavatar\"></div> by Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA During my corporate career, I was successful by using my strong will to drive myself to complete projects, and to please my employers. When I left corporate, quite burned out from 20 years … Continue reading

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New Habit? Keep Those Glasses ON

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<div class=\"postavatar\"></div> By Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA You may have heard that to change a habit, you need to practice the new lifestyle for 6 weeks for it to become your own. We have some interesting information now about how … Continue reading

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