Posts Tagged ‘persistence’

November 15, 2016

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Comments Off on To Our Mighty Millennials

Much has been written about the millennial generation – entitled, coddled, lazy, and self-absorbed. While some may agree with those descriptions, I do not. Let me begin by saying, I have 3 children, 8 nieces and nephews, and dozens of clients and friends who qualify as millennials. Overwhelmingly, you are compassionate, have a global perspective,

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September 15, 2016

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Comments Off on Have I Accomplished Anything?! Recreating the Progress Report

Whether you are a student, parent, empty-nester, or young professional, September reminds us that summer is over and our lives are resuming a “normal” pace. Many of us welcome routine and the structure it provides, increasing our productivity and connectedness. Yet as we move into fall, we may feel anxious about the expectations and challenges

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December 20, 2014

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Comments Off on This Is Just The Way I Am

“This is just the way I am.” How many times have you said that? Sometimes as an excuse, other times as an explanation. “This is just the way I am…I worry, procrastinate, am impatient or sensitive, become anxious or act impulsively.” What does “just the way I am” mean? Just because we have always been

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