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Tips for ending the year with a BANG!

This year has been one filled with many ups and some downs for many that I know. If you want to end the year on top and go into the new year with a vengeance, here are some tips from a few different perspectives. Maybe you are the person who had a great year and want to end the year with positive motivation to carry you into the new year. My tips for you are to: Reflect and Celebrate. Reflect on what you have accomplished, acknowledge your accomplishments and take some time celebrate your accomplishments if you haven’t already. It might be as simple as going to dinner with friends, or big like throwing a celebration party. Celebrate in a way the best suits you and be sure to make it a memorable experience. Brainstorm ideas for where you want to be in the new year. Go somewhere out of your normal environment to help you to come up with some innovative ideas. The sky is the limit. Prioritize and Plan. Prioritize your top goals …

Getting Results in Your Life, Career and Business

I have been spending the last several weeks regrouping and refocusing while investing in myself. Sometimes, we as women focus so much on making sure everyone else is OK that we forget about investing in ourselves. I am sure you can relate. I have done a lot of soul-searching, meditating, reading and even had some vacation time to come back with a bang.

Dream Living Journal – Part Three

This is the last sneak peek into what readers can expect from My Dream Living Journal . Be sure to check out Parts One and Two at https://dreamlivingcoach.wordpress.com/  if you haven’t already. The next thing I firmly believe in as it relates to living the life of your dreams is to have a Dream Team. Readers will have the opportunity to identify individuals they can count on for support, encouragement and to help hold them accountable to their goals and action plans. It is extremely important to have the right people around you to live your dream life. Identify people who are going in the same direction or are already where you want to be. You can determine the direction you are going in life by assessing the individuals closest to you. My journal also includes more reflection questions and activities, and specific tools to develop a personal mission statement. There is also a section where readers can write down and track progress on all of their goals that will lead them to Dream Living. This is …

Dream Living Journal – Part Two

Here is the next sneak peek into what readers can expect from My Dream Living Journal. Be sure to check out Part One  at https://dreamlivingcoach.wordpress.com if you haven’t already. The second thing I firmly believe in is that you must identify and carry out specific goals and a firm action plan to live the life of your dreams. I personally live by writing down my goals, action plan and carry it out to get to where I want to be in life. After clearly identifying and describing your dream life, I compel readers to identify specific goals that when carried out will move them toward the life of their dreams. There are also some reflection questions that help readers gain more clarity about how they will carry out their action plan and move toward Dream Living. Some of the questions include: What assistance do you need from others to get to your dream life? What do you need to learn? What skills do you need to develop? What will the accomplishment of your goals and dreams …

Dream Living Journal – Part One

My Dream Living Journal will be out soon and before its release, I will provide a sneak peek into what readers can expect in this tool that has helped me and my clients get on the path to Dream Living. First, I firmly believe that in order to live your dream life you must first identify what your dream life looks like. In the journal, I provide some questions for readers to consider that can get them on the right track to identifying their dream life. There are several questions provided. I included a couple of the questions below: Describe your dreams when you were a child. What did you want to be or do when you grew up? What do others say you are good at or compliment you on? Describe a day in the life of your dreams? That is the first sneak peek. Stay tuned to the next one. Here’s to your Dream Living!

Navigating Life Changes

Wow! 2013 is coming to an end and what a year it has been for me, my friends, family, clients, and others I work with in the corporate world. This year has been full of much change both good and bad for many. Can anyone else out there relate? I know I can. With most any kind of change there is stress, uncertainty, and sometimes nervousness, fear, or even frustration. How does one navigate times of change? I will give you 4 steps that I use for myself and my coaching clients. 1. First, you should assess the change and how it relates to you and your situation. Instead of being hesitant about the change, think about the positives the change may bring to your life. It may not be as scary as you think and may present opportunities you hadn’t considered before. 2. Next, let go of what was or let go of the past. According to William Bridges, an expert in managing change; people have to accept that something is ending before they can …

Renewal and Self-Discovery

                        You might have noticed that it has been a while since I posted a blog. I have been busy not only coaching my wonderful clients but I have also been in a period of reflection, self-discovery and renewal. I have continued help my coaching clients reflect, discover and renew, then realized that I needed to take some time to do the same for myself. You might ask, “What did you learn during this period of time?” I learned quite a few things. I learned that during such periods, I don’t have a lot to say other than sharing with and supporting my clients (of course) and those close to me.However, now that I am refreshed and have even more clarity, I will begin sharing more with my followers as I have more things to say.I also learned more about my calling and purpose. My personal mission is and always has been to ‘help others to live excellent more fulfilled live, ultimately fulfilling their …