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How to know if you’re selfish…or not…

It pains me when I hear clients and girlfriends call themselves selfish. It seems the new and expanded definition of selfish now includes anything that is NOT done for someone else. I have my own definition of selfish, and there is a surefire way to know, right off the bat, if you are
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First official review of “What’s Your Lane?”

I have been waiting on pins and needles for my book review from Kirkus (the independent book review agency) and here it is! I am beside myself with joy and simply wanted to share with my best supporters. I know reviews are not supposed to define us—but they DO!!!! Ha. Anyway, have a r
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Nothing Against Dudes — But Women Rock!

In my early days as a businesswoman and leader (a.k.a. the old days, as in the 80s and 90s) it was fashionable to talk about the differences between women and men in business. Women were often accused of being emotional or soft, while men were believed to be logical, strong, and able
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Proof That Women Are Amazing

A mama-blog recently posted that she “loaned” her breast milk to a mama of a newborn who could not make enough milk to feed her baby. Well the new mama is actually one of my nieces and I find the story so moving and such evidence that women are truly amazing. What a gift to give your
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Three tips for being a lot less angry

Our current culture gives most of us plenty of reason to feel angry on a daily basis, and thanks to our amazing technological advances the source of our anger is often delivered to us in HD. Here are three tips to help you catch your anger before it has a chance to cause muscle tensio
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Totally Zonked! Dealing with pregnancy fatigue at work

Some call it coma sleep, others call it the black hole, wiped-out insatiable sleep, shattered, rode hard and put away wet. All of these phrases refer to how unbelievably tiring it can be to be pregnant—especially early on. I thought I was a pretty good veteran of fatigue having travel
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Moms, be nice to yourself—it will help your kids

A psychologist on Oprah a few years back said the most upsetting thing I had ever heard. She said, “Your children will grow up to treat themselves how you treat yourself—not how you treat them.” This concept dealt a devastating blow to those of us who “kill” ourselves for the sake of
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So what does YOUR perfect day look like?

If you want to create a reality that is different from the one you are currently experiencing, you must teach yourself to zero in on what you like and what you want vs. what you have. An easy way to do this is to focus on what your perfect day would look like. Start the process now by
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My 2-second secret to feeling abundant and happy

We’ve all heard how important gratitude is but it’s hard to find time or find your journal or to even remember to do it. I found an ap that works great and I tweak it to my own area of focus. The ap is http://gratitude365app.com/ and it is a simple space to list what you are grateful
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