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Three Ways to Hang on to Your Power

Three Ways to Hang on to Your Power

Ever since my recent health challenge (aka "Perfect Storm/Paradigm Shift") and my challenging encounters with the healthcare system, I've been thinking a lot about personal power and how to help myself and others to hang on to it.

It is really easy to forget sometimes that we are the stewards of our own lives. We know ourselves better than anyone else on earth. We are the ones that are responsible for getting what we need so that we can live according to our purpose. We are also the only ones who are response-able for our lives — that is, able to respond to life challenges in ways that align with our vision and values (as opposed to reacting out of fear, anger, shame or other strong emotions).

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Six Ways to Get the Support you Need

Six Ways to Get the Support you Need

Here is it July - halfway through the year. For many people, the new year's resolutions that seemed like a great idea in January are now a distant memory.

When it comes to making changes, getting started is only one of the hurdles. For most people, the hardest part is the stretch in the middle. When the enthusiasm wears off and obstacles arise, it is all too easy to give up on our dreams. Has that ever happened to you?

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Six Reasons to Stop Doing it All Yourself

Six Reasons to Stop Doing it All Yourself

Independence and self-reliance are two of the qualities that many of us in the United States value highly. Our culture and history are permeated with examples of rugged individuals who pulled themselves up by their own bootstraps and did it their way.

There is certainly a lot of power and satisfaction in learning to rely on oneself. At the same time, it is also valuable to learn how to use other resources wisely. Any seasoned executive will tell you that successful ventures depend not only on one's personal talents and habits, but also on the skillful management of one's team. The same is true in our personal lives.

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Six Ways to be a GREAT Accountability Buddy

Six Ways to be a GREAT Accountability Buddy

These days most of us have a lot on our plate. When we have multiple commitments, it can be challenging to consistently invest in all the things that are important to us. If we're not careful, we can fall into a reactive mode where we are constantly dealing with things that seem urgent, and not finding the time, energy, or focus to be proactive in the areas that aren't being "squeaky wheels" — at least until they reach urgent status too!

The trouble is, some things that are important to us aren't going to squeak as loudly. The commitments that we have at work, for example, are supported by all the structures that promote their fulfillment — weekly meetings with supervisors or team members, timelines, deadlines, evaluations, etc. — keep these things front and center. For many other areas of our lives, however, we have to build our own support structures.

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