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I am Perfectly Flawed and Totally Okay With It

It’s taken me a lot of years to figure out that I cannot force myself into where I do not fit.  I’m quite an extensive mess of joy, talent, expressive love, and overwhelming drive.   694 more words

Beth Wyatt

Leading authentically

“No one can be authentic by trying to imitate someone else. You can learn from others’ experiences, but there is no way you can be successful when you are trying to be like them. 188 more words

Leadership

Monthly Affirmation ~ April

APRIL

WHAT are you talking about?

Make your daily conversations meaningful.  Measure how much these conversations are worth and the benefit to you. Often these conversations are just a way to distract you from what you need to be doing.

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Goal Setting

Distinction.

I think I may have lost the ability to distinguish between the things that I do that are selfish-bad vs. the things that I do that are selfish-good. 434 more words

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Coaching

When Humor Helps

Humor tells a lot about a person.

Some say the best way to determine someone’s idol is to see what they don’t make fun of. If they laugh at everything except their prized possession or trophy wife and kids or something else, they’re probably inclined to worshipping that. 369 more words

Intentional Living

The Nutty Professor: Step 3

With The Kids pulling the growing up move on me and with my life starting sorta over from scratch, I took an inventory of where I stood and where I wanted to end up. 339 more words

Being Sadie May