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The Spiritual Law of Supply

The Spiritual Law of Supply

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The recent funeral for Beau Biden, son of Vice-President Joe Biden, was one of the most poignant public displays of love that I have ever witnessed.  President Barack Obama had difficulty holding back tears as he talked about what a good man Beau Biden was.  He shared personal stories of Beau’s humor whispering in the President’s ear at fundraisers or his prioritization of family by riding the escalators with his son at the Democratic National Convention instead of hanging out with donors in the back rooms.  The eulogy was personal and touching. ......

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How Overcome Your Fears and Find Your Freedom to Flourish

When you were a kid, do you remember being scared of the dark? Do you remember needing a night light or asking to keep the door to your bedroom open so the hall light would help keep the dark monsters away? In my case, it was the clothes monster. My sister and I shared bunk beds, and we had a chair in the corner of the room. My sister would always pile her clothes on the back of that chair and when I’d wake up in the dark, in the middle of......

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Unnecessary Roadblocks

Unnecessary Roadblocks

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  I was telling my mother about two recent incidents that were both surprising and remarkable. A woman that I only knew through Facebook contacted me about my origami butterflies. She’d seen the butterflies at a party I attended where I gave them as a gift, and she loved them and wanted to know if I had more for sale. I was thrilled. I’d been making the butterflies for over a year, just for my own pleasure, but I’d secretly longed to sell them. And here was my opportunity. Another woman whom......

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How to Get Out of Debt

How to Get Out of Debt

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Working with heart centered entrepreneurs and service based business owners, I’ve heard a lot of gut-wrenching stories. Most begin or end with debt. Whether you are in debt $10K or $70K isn’t important, what is important is how you resolve that debt and how quickly you can get yourself out from under it. I’ve been $70K in debt (not including mortgage or car) three times in my life. I’m not proud of that, but it does make me uniquely qualified to share with you specific strategies that work to resolve the debt.......

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Are You Doing Your BEST Today?

Are You Doing Your BEST Today?

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 Several weeks ago I was asked to do a short presentation about the collaborative book F.A.I.T.H. – Finding Answers in the Heart. Following your heart was a given, then came the title “Trusting Your Inner GPS (Guidance Protective System).” I loved the title but I also wanted an acronym for people to use, something to cement the information in their minds. A handful of days passed before I found the phrase “Are you doing your B.E.S.T. today?” The first thing that popped into my head was a flash from the Army advertisement......

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Creating Healthy, Fertile Thoughts

Creating Healthy, Fertile Thoughts

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The struggle to conceive can cause an emotional roller coaster while leaving some feeling less than whole. Being diagnosed as “Infertile” is a devastating label. As adults, we expect to become pregnant when we are “ready”. I personally was not prepared for multiple miscarriages or news that “my body wasn’t capable of pregnancy,” something I desperately wanted. At 39, approaching the end of a nine-year fertility struggle, I was childless and broke after spending $36K on failed fertility attempts. Unable to get out of bed without knowing where I was in my......

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A Spiritual Approach to Dating

A Spiritual Approach to Dating

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Dating….it can be one of the most exhilarating experiences,  or a nightmare! It is so much different in today’s world. We no longer need to go out to meet people. We can just sit home in our pj’s and surf the net. Facebook friends,  dating websites,  and match makers are right at your fingertips. I am married now, but I’ve been on my fair share of dates in the past. I can’t really say it was always a pleasurable experience.  I found it challenging to find someone who fit my criteria for......

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The Beauty of Imperfection

The Beauty of Imperfection

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All my life I’ve been a perfectionist. Things had to be just so. Folds with razor-sharp creases. Stacks of paper in perfect alignment. Food arranged with symmetry and precision. This affliction worsened as I aged. The more settled I was in my behaviors and attitudes and general life patterns, the more controlling I became. In writing I had to use the correct words and the correct grammar and the correct style. Heaven forbid I had a typo in my manuscript. If I didn’t, then the writing wasn’t good enough. I wasn’t good......

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Taming Your Inner Critic

Taming Your Inner Critic

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Imagine the scene… You are out with your friends, and across the room you see the most gorgeous person ever. They look up, and your eyes meet for the most fleeting of moments, before you look away. Immediately your heart starts to pound, your belly is doing summersaults, and you can hardly breathe. And then… …that voice in your head gets started, without your permission, “oh really, you think they would be interested in someone like you? Look at you, your so skinny, you have no social skills, and omg just look......

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Not Knowing How

Not Knowing How

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Do you like to know how things are going to work or how they’re going to happen? The practical side of me wants to know the exact steps from A to Z and everything in between. I get this from my father who was in charge of logistics in the Army. Forget spontaneity. You can’t go anywhere or do anything without a good plan. Often this need to know stands me in good stead. Marketing, writing, and business development all require structure and know-how. Without them you’re apt to flounder and spend......

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