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Fall Back or A New Start

Get back to it . . . or a NEW start?   September is a time we choose to either “get back to it,” or choose “to start new.” I’m seeing signs of back to school and that reflects the grey reality for me of summer’s wind-down. Simultaneously, it’s also the start of a new […]

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Interdependence -vs- Independence

I have to admit, I really love the July fourth holiday.  I love the celebration of summertime traditions – from grilling to swimming to an evening of fireworks – all red, white and blue.  But most of all I love its truths – for a life of interdependence –vs- independence.   That’s what our founding fathers […]

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The Difference in Achieving Success

‘Tis the season for graduations, “best in the class,” inspirational speeches, diplomas, awards -these are all celebrations for achieving success. A few weeks ago, I attended the Hill School graduation – a personal tradition in which my husband and I hold with deep reverence in honor of our daughter Jodi, class ’03.  The Hill has […]

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Birthdays

A personal post in honor of my daughter, Jodi. I typically write Letters to Jodi — a personal blog to share the wisdom and jewels of life. Today, April 13th would have been Jodi’s twenty-eighth birthday; instead it’s the eighth birthday without her.  And what seems to be one of the saddest days in awhile […]

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An Eye of Hurricane Sandy

I live in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, and we are awaiting the arrival of Sandy.  All day the rain steadily falls while the wind is now kicking up speed.  I tend to view weather forecasts as a constant in our overly sensationalized media world and opt to let Mother Nature’s storm be. Although, I […]

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Success Coaching Proves Golden

Oprah Winfrey, the most influential woman in the world, said, “What I know for sure is that what you give comes back to you.”  This is exactly what Elizabeth Snyder proves golden – break records, exceed performance and achieve personal success and happiness. I met Elizabeth at the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors […]

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Challenges and Opportunities are often Perplexed

It might be that your challenges are causing you frustrations.  You may even feel stuck and can’t define what matters. My guess is that many of us perceive our challenges as a circumstance, threat or impossibility unable to change because of complexity. No matter what’s holding you back from being your personal best, “every problem has […]