Attitude

Laughter as a Weapon

The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter.-Mark Twain As the Corona Virus scare has crossed borders and oceans and affected almost every country in the world, we’ve declared war against an invisible enemy. We see the data, take the precautions, and stock up on weapons – in this case antiseptic …

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4 Lessons that Build a Bridge to Better Days

Nature speaks and I am listening. A decade ago, when I studied in Central America with the Rainforest Business Institute, I was fascinated by the opportunity to apply lessons from nature found within the world’s most productive ecosystem to principles of business. Because of my educational background in horticulture, concepts such as biodiversity, symbiotic relationships, …

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Thrive Not Strive

Thrive, not strive is my new mantra. Rise and grind is how tons of people start Monday.  Rush, work, and strive through pressure, stress, and frustration. If this sounds all too familiar, it’s time to make  room for thriving and flourishing. How can you shift negativity into motivation? Wouldn’t it be grand if instead of …

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Limiting Beliefs

Self-Limiting Beliefs A small incident last week put me face to face with the reality of self-limiting beliefs. It wasn’t a life-changing issue, but it brought to mind the weightier beliefs we all have that don’t serve us well. Often, they show up in our self-talk. “I could never write a book.” “I’m no good …

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Above Envy

I spent every summer of my childhood at my grandmother’s beach house in North Florida, cavorting with my cousins in the waters of the bay that served as our back yard.  We always had crab traps and it was a grand adventure every day to haul them up from the edge of the dock to check …

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Be the Miracle

Who among us hasn’t dreamed of being extraordinary? To be noticed. To do things no one else is doing or go beyond what has been done before. You’ve probably never verbalized you want to “Be the Miracle”. But we all have high hopes for doing something incredible. This can be both rewarding and disappointing. Exhausting …

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