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The 3 Things That I Learned From Being Interviewed

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Two weeks ago my childhood home’s newspaper gave me the opportunity to be interviewed, ┬áIt was an awkward strange but comfortable feeling. This is the paper that I grew up reading. That is, on the rare occasion that I read anything. It always had the latest sports information and some interesting articles on familiar faces….

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I’m Having a Baby? I don’t think so

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If I would have gotten pregnant on my last day in the corporate world, I’d probably be in labor or have a newborn. I know. That sounds really weird. That’s what I woke up to this morning. I also woke up for my first full week as a 50 year-old. Maybe that has something to…

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You’re Not Going To Sell It, Are You?

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At a conference recently, this happy, more-seasoned lady named Dottie walked up to my table and was curious about the books that I was selling. To the best of my ability, I answered her questions and asked if she wanted to sign up for my newsletter. Thereby giving me permission to send her updates on…

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Coaching Clients To Success

It’s one thing to experience personal success. It’s quite another to be working with someone as a coach and to see them have breakthroughs. It’s mind-blowing and humbling, all at the same time. Whether you were the catalyst or not. You were still involved. You were still there adding value. You were there strapped into…

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What You Can Learn Marching In a Parade @TedxHilliard

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Let me be totally honest, when I had the chance to march in the 4th of July Parade I was totally gigged. In times like this, when there is something really exciting planned for the next day, I have adrenaline running through me that I just can’t shut off. I’m usually fine the day before,…

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Blind spots

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Our world is changing. We’re getting more connected and less connected at the same time. Once we start slow down and enjoy life we are forced to, as my dad used to say, “give her some throttle.” More throttle means more RPM’s and eventually more speed. In full disclosure, he never said that about living…

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When Someone Asks You To March In a Parade

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Of course you’re going to say “yes.” Why wouldn’t you? Maybe you’ve got a bum wheel or suffer from I’d-rather-have-the-parade-come-to-me syndrome. Other than that, I can’t think of a good reason not to be in a parade. Especially, if you’re an extrovert like me. This is a great way to meet new people and maybe…

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