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Resource: Women on the Edge of Evolution

May 16th, 2011 · No Comments · Leadership, Personal Leadership

I have been profoundly nourished and inspired over the past few weeks, and want to let you know about an amazing resource in case it speaks to you too. Many of us woman feel called to “something more,” but we don’t know what that something is.  We feel a deep yearning to find, awaken and […]

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Setting Boundaries – Part 2

May 2nd, 2011 · No Comments · Personal Leadership

Coaching Tip: Whenever I’ve tried setting a boundary in the past it hasn’t gone well. Any tips on how I can do this better? Many of us have felt concerned that just attempting to set a boundary will have a negative effect on a relationship, instead of enhancing it. When we aren’t sure how to […]

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Setting Boundaries – Part 1

April 25th, 2011 · No Comments · Personal Leadership

What stops us from courageously setting a boundary? We tend to bump into three major stumbling blocks –or “myths” – that can trip us up when we launch into re-defining our boundaries with others in both work and personal relationships. Take a look at these and see which ones might be unconsciously stopping you from […]

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Drawing The Line

April 11th, 2011 · No Comments · Personal Leadership

Where is it Time to Draw the Line?   “Weak boundaries are at the root of 80% of the problems I’ve observed among people who are struggling to live more authentic lives.” ~ Cheryl Richardson “Boundary-less” behaviour is rampant according to a segment of 60 Minutes, the current events TV program. Leslie Stahl reported that […]

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Standing for Yourself With Boundaries

April 4th, 2011 · No Comments · Personal Leadership

Where is it time for you to draw the line for health, happiness and high performance? Our theme for this month’s post is on setting healthy boundaries for ourselves. Whether in our business projects or our intimate relationships, our ability to extend life-supporting boundaries is key to our success. Many of us are familiar with […]

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