Attitude

What I Dreamed It Would Be

Senior pictures can be a big deal, for most. It’s a time to acknowledge the rite of passage into adulthood, and the opportunities and possibilities that are in front of the graduating individual. Some look at it like that. To some, the picture is an obligation for the yearbook, that up until the twelfth grade,…

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3 Life Lessons from Overcoming Fear

Fear is something we all experience at some point in life. For 2015 one of the two areas that I decided to focus on, was being fearless or specifically taking courageous action. I had been reflecting for about a month towards the end of 2014, on what I wanted to focus on for the New…

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The World of Sick

I will not go back into the world of sick. Or, if I use my words properly, I’m firmly ensconced in living healthy. The world of sick made for a way better title. Not so good in the world of transformation. And that’s where I reside. After my initial SPECT scan (I’ll have two for…

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Fear

It’s back. Fear. I wasn’t admitting or talking about my fear. I pretended, it wasn’t there. And then, I had to. “Deanna, I already told you three times, I’m not repeating myself.” Dave claims with a raised voice. I can’t hide any more. In actuality, I wasn’t really hiding. It was there, just waiting. On…

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Be Brave! Say what you really want to, NOW!

ight now, stop multitasking EVERYTHING – except reading this! Do I have your undivided attention? If I don’t, you won’t get the full meaning of this, oh short message. My blog posts aren’t long. They can have a significant impact, IF YOU ALLOW them to. How many times do you have something to say, and…

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Allow Others to Use Their Gifts to Bless You

any of us are hesitant to ask something of someone, purely for our benefit. We don’t want to impose. We don’t want to bother. We’re sure that the person we need to ask – or want to ask – is busy and has better things to do. So, our need goes unmet and on we go.…

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Even Leaders Need to Follow

In most areas of my life, I’m a leader. When I volunteer, I usually have new ideas, or help organize others, and work alongside of them. I am the founder and CEO of my two companies. Usually, I’m the one coming up with ways of how things should be done, and then implementing them. Yet,…

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Clean Your Desk Before You Go on Vacation

Vacation time is coming up, and you are tying up loose ends before you leave. You are so excited, for a week away. You may have to participate in a few conference calls, possibly register for some webinars, that you may watch, or just save the recordings for when you return. You are clearing your…

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What a Dream/Goal/Vision Looks Like When It’s Playing Out!

Hopefully, just like you, I began my year with Dreams/Goals/Visions written out, and detailed, with dates, so that they are measurable. WHAT?! You didn’t really do it? Please tell me that is not so! Oh you did? Whichever it is, you did or didn’t, I want to share with you, why it’s so incredibly important…

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The Benefits of Collaboration

Being a Solo Entrepreneur is great. That doesn’t mean I work, totally alone. I’m going to recommend, that you surround yourself with people that support you both emotionally, and intellectually. Napoleon Hill developed the concept of Master Mind Alliance. Using the  collective power of friends/colleagues to further progress forward a plan/goal towards it’s proposed outcome. http://www.naphill.org/get-involved/starting-points/mastermind-alliances/…

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