Getting Unstuck Continued

Getting Unstuck can be extremely tricky. After all, stuck can also equal comfortable. Speaking for myself, when I feel comfortable, I don’t want to move. However, the mere fact that we are calling this state “stuck” must mean we are at least slightly uncomfortable. How do you know when you are stuck? You may have a “Is this all there is?” moment. You may feel blah without knowing why. Your...
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Never Too Late to Exercise

Liesl Weiser is 99 years old in this video. She now lives in Israel. All her life Liesl has kept up her exercise routines. Now she teaches the senior crowd how to stay fit. You can benefit from her leadership. Never too...
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Let Go of the Past

This phrase has been bandied about quite a lot over the last decade, at least in my circles. What exactly does it mean to let go of the past? Here’s my answer. Suppose someone is ignoring your efforts to communicate. How do you let go of the pain? You don’t necessarily let go of the person, because that person is often part of your family or close circle of friends. The pain is actually...
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Makeover: A New You?

Seeing is believing; isn’t that the common wisdom? You’ll believe it when you see it. So a new you has to be seen before the makeover? Well, sort of. What if I told you it’s the other way around? You’ll see it when you believe it. When you believe a new you is possible, a makeover can happen. Henry Ford said, “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re right.” What did he mean?...
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The Most Unkindest Cut

This phrase from Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar came to my mind today. I was driving home from seeing a client. The meeting had not gone as well as I had hoped, and in fact I had had a lapse of memory as to what exactly the meeting was about. The phrase refers to Caesar’s murder, in which his friends stab him to death. Shakespeare refers to Caesar’s best friend Brutus, who made “the most unkindest...
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What If My World Has Changed?

I lost my job. I quit my job. I got promoted; I got demoted. My spouse/significant other died or became disabled. I became disabled. My child left home; my child came back home. With a baby. My world has changed. Does this have the ring of truth for you? We have all experienced change. After all, we live in a changeable world. Why should we be surprised when things change? When things stay the...
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