6 Tips to Keep Calm and Stay Safe

Staying calm as you practice Isolating and Social Distancing may be as important as disinfecting your hands and surfaces at home.  Scientific studies show (Google ‘stress impacts on the immune system’) that prolonged stress can weaken your immune system.  Fear and anxiety can cause distress to your body. Since we all want to maintain a…

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ACT – 3 Steps from Miserable to Magical

It felt like I bent time somehow to get on my scheduled flight as described in last week’s article. Traffic, rental car return, bag check, support people, and security all had to align with my intention to make the flight. And it happened! Here are the three steps I used to get myself there with time…

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A Travel Miracle -From Miserable to Magical

I am going to miss my flight! The whole day ran late.  The conference session ended late.  The traffic dawdled.  The restaurant was painfully slow serving lunch.  Panic began to rise when I noticed it was 20 minutes after my drop-dead time to leave for the airport. I still need to get gas, drive to the airport,…

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Listen to your Intuition… Too

If we had not acted on our intuition, we would have missed our chance. That would have truly been a tragedy. My husband’s oldest brother passed away unexpectedly in early February. We will be forever deeply grateful for the blessing of a visit with Big Brother and his Wife 5 months earlier in late August. And logic and rational…

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Intuition and Business

What would be the value to you of connecting more deeply to your inner knowing? When I Googled ‘business leaders and intuition’, I found a variety of respected sources including Forbes, The Huffington Post, and Harvard Business Review that all reported intuition as a valuable tool for success in business and leadership.  There is more to…

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