Archive for the ‘Personal Growth’ Category

Are You a Procrastinator?

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Are you a procrastinator?   Do you use this title frequently when speaking about yourself?  What if you were to choose not to use this word when describing who you are to others?  What if you decided you were not a real procrastinator, but rather only in some areas you resist doing.  Would you look at Read More…

Small Steps to Change

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Your current habits are stronger than any intentions you may have to incorporate a new one into your life.  Why do we find it so hard to change?  Our brains are great at maintaining what they know, meaning keeping the status quo.  Efficiency and safety are critical responsibilities of the mind.    The good habits we Read More…

Is Life a Struggle?

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As I listen to others around me, I hear a common theme that the nature of life is to struggle.   Do you believe that life is mainly filled with struggles?   What about the thought that we create our own struggles and life has little to do with our struggles? What Is Struggle The definition on Read More…

Where Would We Be Without Our Stories

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Last Thursday, after a long day at work, I walked to the bus stop eager to get there by 6:00 pm.  Why the excitement?  I wanted to settle in and listen to The Aware Show.   I usually read my email or a book while on the bus, so doing something different is always fun.    Lisa Read More…

Life Lessons: The Benefits of Kindness

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Can you remember the last time you were kind to another person?   What did you say or do to show your kindness?  Did you celebrate a special occasion with them, listen to them, help them with a project or give them a compliment? Kindness is a great attribute to own and some people naturally express Read More…

Emotional Clutter

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When we think of clutter, we usually visualize a packed or messy physical space.   Rarely do we give much thought to the emotional clutter we hold onto on a daily basis.   This undefined clutter actually blocks us from moving forward in what we want to do.  This clutter automatically says “NO” to life. What does Read More…

De-Cluttering Your Physical Space

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We all share many common threads in our lives.  Clutter is one of them.  Like it or not, we hold on to “things” that burden and weigh us down.   In this Universe, there is stuff hanging out taking up space and energy.   Time to recycle or destroy. Four possible areas where clutter accumulates:  Physical – Read More…

Do You Play Small or Play Big in Your Life?

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I’m writing an e-book (electronic book or digital book) with my business partner for a website that addresses content for women.   We both took separate chapters to write on and my chapter was on the Visionary.   The visionary is the person who is willing to push forward into the future with their dreams and make Read More…

Tired of Struggling?

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As I listen to myself and to others, there seems to be a theme of constant struggle.    Is struggling in life a natural human experience or do we create it for ourselves with our inner dialogues and choices that we make?  Is it that we are not creative enough to figure out how to stop Read More…

What Does Loving You Look Like?

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With all of the self-improvement books out there, the one underlying foundational advice is that one must love themselves.  Sounds great, doesn’t it?    Yet, how does one know how to love one’s self and if we don’t, how do we go about learning to love ourselves. I’m a self-growth junkie and consequently read numerous books on Read More…