Expand Self-Awareness

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How are you doing on pausing and setting aside time for becoming more self-aware? For a self-awareness check up it is important to develop habits and practices that you can return to on a regular basis. I have created a few questions that could be one of you adopted reflection practices. I’ve been writing about the importance […]

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Open and Closed Mindsets and Self-Awareness

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There is risk in seeking Self-Awareness.  To truly grow and be stretched we need to be open to taking in a full range of feedback – from where we are doing great to where we may be failing or not meeting the expectations of others. An open mindset can be developed and nurtured within high […]

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How Well Do You Know Yourself?

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With so much information out there on how we should be or what will make us successful I am struck by how most of us skip over the most basic first step, self-awareness. How can we possibly apply new learnings if we do not have a good sense of who we are? I appreciate Bill […]

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More Solutions to Overwhelm and Stress: Reducing Brain Clutter

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Everyone has the same number of hours in a day and yet some of the clients I’m working with seem to manage time better than others. Some of the busiest people with less time apparently get more done with less stress and overwhelm. How do they do it? I’ve observed and worked with a lot of […]

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Overwhelm: 4 Things that can Clutter Your Brain

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In my previous blog post, I mentioned how everyone struggles with overwhelm, lack of time, felling stuck, and too much stress. Those feelings have more to do with brain fatigue rather than how much we actually have to do or our ‘time management’. Our brains do not work well with unfinished business, unmade decisions, and loose […]

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