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The Career Ceiling That Every Female Professional Needs To Know About – And It’s Not What You Think

My clients sometimes ask me whether I see a career ceiling in the legal industry or other professions that keeps women from being promoted and reaching their true potential. My
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Helping Your Kids—And Yourself—With Back-To-School Transitions

By now, schools is in session across the country and I’ve talked with MANY moms who are struggling with the transition. Whether they are sending their six-month-old to daycare for
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The Fastest Way to Achieve The Results You Want

Most of us believe that we have to take action in order to get results so that we can feel how we want to feel.  For example, if you want to
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How to Make Decisions That Will Help You Get What You Want

There’s a saying that goes something like this: To get something you’ve never had, you’ve got to do something you’ve never done. That’s absolutely true but I would argue that
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Coping With Transitions

I’m going through a big transition right now.  My family and I are preparing to move back to the United States after a year in Spain. In September, my oldest son will
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Talk To Yourself More Than You Listen To Yourself

A Simple Yet Powerful Strategy For Success Dr. James Gills completed a double triathlon six times when he was in his fifties.   When asked how he did it, he said:
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Why Self-Care Is The Greatest Gift You Can Give To Others

Last week, I talked about self-care and the best way to practice lasting self-care in your life. But most of my clients really struggle with allowing their own health and wellbeing
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The Best Kind of Self-Care

What Self-Care Really Means When we think of self-care, we often conjure up images of luxurious, nice-to-have experiences, such as getting massages and pedicures, taking bubble baths, or going shopping.  It’s
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The Importance of Allowing Yourself To Feel Any Emotion

Has Anything Really Gone “Wrong”?   On my first day of school of the first grade, I remember the mother of one of my new classmates sobbing as she dropped off
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