Clues You Can Use

 

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Innate Gifts

There are other times when my thoughts are confused and I lose my perspective of the joy in life. I lose sight of the genesis of joy, the sharing that gives pleasure to special moments. All I want to do is drop out for a while. I experience symptoms of depression, take to my bed, actually make myself sick. The power of thought is astounding.

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Forgiveness & Peace of Mind

Recently I’ve been paying more attention to how I can be more at peace with myself and those around me. Notice I said “more” at peace. It is important to recognize and celebrate the fact that we already know what it is to be at peace. After all, it is an innate capacity.

We all come here . . .

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What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?

That ability to create illusions in the theatre of our mind stirs our emotions and fuels our decisions and actions. Our thoughts continually generate all manner of illusions, presented to us as our experience of life. Some illusions are productive and positive, encouraging our growth and propelling us to achieve our greatest dreams. Others stimulate destructive drama, stifling our creativity and challenging our innate capacity to distinguish our true value and worth.

The important thing to remember is...

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Healthy High-Performance Conference Calls

From a practical standpoint, we can surely see the advantages of conference calls. We save time, money and energy. In a healthy, high-performance organization, conference calls have a different dimension. We envision an experience in which we are engaged, having fun, and generating ideas. Each has an appreciation for the value that every participant brings to the call. All are prepared

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Being of Service

One of the universal acknowledgements that seems to be uppermost on the minds of everyone I meet these days, is this idea that we were put on this earth to be of service to each other. It doesn't really matter what your point of reference, validation or opinion of that statement is; the fact is. . .

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State of Mind

"Can I help you Ma'am?"

There are times when I hear that phrase from a teenager and I think, "How wonderful. Now there's a young person who knows how to show respect." There's a joyful glow that settles on that moment and I smile in response.

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Hindsight To Insight

Every now and then I get caught up in an "if only" state of mind. It usually starts out with the thought, "If I only knew then what I know now." How many times have you made that statement?

Ah, hindsight, often called . . . 

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Mentoring Is A Two Way Street

So many of us spend a lifetime looking for someone to tell us the secret, unlock the door, show us the way. Then we don't recognize the truth when we hear it, rush through the wrong door or wait for someone else to blaze a path only one was meant to travel.

I was taught...

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