What Is Your Obstacle?

Have you ever had a dream, idea, or challenge that seemed impossible? Have you ever hoped you could break through limitations to see those dreams become a reality? Erik Weihenmayer is a unique leader that has not only broken those limitations, but has made a career out of overcoming insurmountable odds. On May 25, 2001, […]

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Thriving In The Midst of Fear and Uncertainty

Today, as our nation faces some of its most trying times, many individuals have found themselves questioning the future. From the multi-trillion dollar loss in retirement funding to the massive number of foreclosures the financial woes of Wall Street have echoed in our ears Perhaps you have been one of the many who have said, […]

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Winning At Work and Life!

The challenge of work-life balance is without question one of the greatest challenges facing women today. After 14 years of working with thousands of women, I am continually amazed at how difficult the task of life balance continues to remain for so many. Here are 3 simple disciplines every woman can adhere to in becoming […]

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Gone Fishing

Have you ever noticed how children mirror their parents? This was quite apparent to me when I took my kids who were 4 and 5 year-olds to go fishing at the lake. I thought it would be a precious time of bonding as Daddy was at work and they had never been fishing before. Now […]

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Without Words

St. Francis of Assisi once said, “Preach the Gospel every day, and if necessary use words.” For the past week, I have been in the recording studio morning till late in the evening hammering out the vocals for my latest CD, due out Aug. 23, 2008. To protect my voice when I am recording, I […]

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GRATITUDE = LATITUDE

I try to make it a point each day to give “thanks” for the many joys and blessings in my life. It seems the more I express gratitude, the better I feel, the more blessings come my way, and the more apt I am to be a source of hope to others. So, let me […]

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Attitude = Altitude

Victor Serebriakoff was born in the slums of East London. It was obvious that Victor was different than most children. While other kids were playing, he spent most of his time studying and asking questions at every chance. Even though he was a good student, Victor was ridiculed and labeled a dunce by the other […]

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