Category Archives: Emotional Well Being

Seven Benefits of Saying “No”


Do you ever have a hard time saying “No”.  I do. I fear missing out on an opportunity or disappointing people. However, saying “No” does not have to be a negative. There are many positive reasons to use that short … Continue reading

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Don’t Make Gratitude About Yourself


In a earlier post on “Boost Your Resilience with Gratitude”, I shared a tip from HBR Management Tip of the Day. While research shows the transforming power gratitude in our personal lives, our relationships and our organizations, gratitude is not all about us. … Continue reading

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Boost Your Resilience with Gratutide


What if you could decrease anxiety, reduce symptoms of illness while improving the quality of your sleep and building emotional resilience? According to some studies, gratitude can help.  I had been thinking about starting a Gratitude Journal, and this tip … Continue reading

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Christmas and Growth


Christmas is a time I take inventory of areas of growth in my own life, and begin to set a course for the new year. As I reflect on growth in my own life and in working with others, I … Continue reading

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Honoring our Veterans


On July 7, 2014, my son became a military veteran. He served his country faithfully and with honor. His mom and I are proud of him for his service and sacrifice. Did you know… There are approximately 23.2 million military … Continue reading

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