Learning To Say No

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Learning to say NO to others can be a YES to yourself. This little one syllable word is simple to pronounce but often very difficult for women to say. The problem is that if we say YES to everyone else we end up working on their priorities and never advance our own. A perfect example … Read more

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Summer provides the perfect environment to rethink your modus operandi. A long afternoon laying in a hammock feeling the gentle breezes play on your face, is an ideal time to step out of your busy routine of ‘doing’ and experience the beauty of just ‘being’. The outer world requires immense amounts of frenetic activity to … Read more

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Want to know more about yourself and what you believe in?  Then follow the money, because the real currency follows the emotional currency. Presented with a choice, someone asked me, between a low-cost supplier and one who was more expensive but demonstrated they had your best interests in mind – who would you choose? No … Read more

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Naturally, it’s a woman who is credited with coining the phrase, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”  The exact words are said to have been first written down in a book by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford, who wrote novels under the pseudonym of “The Duchess” in Victorian England. In truth, the notion has been … Read more

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There is a natural correlation between what it takes to be successful at work and successful in your love life. McKinsey and Company, a global consultant, did a study of successful women leaders around the world and found that they possessed three main attributes: presence, belonging and resilience. With Valentine’s Day tomorrow it struck me … Read more