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Field Guide to Modern Day Transition #101

Change and Transition…and Seasons of Life   …Preparing for Winter… On the East Coast in the fall, when the leaves start changing, we start to think about what we need to do to winterize our homes.  We get out the…
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Field Guide to Modern Day Transition: Inspiration #327

Why Writing Matters   For those who are familiar with the literary magazine The Sun (https://www.thesunmagazine.org), I rediscovered this gem from the founder, Sy Syfransky’s Notebook: (Issue number to follow when I locate it in one of my many piles.)…
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5 Teenage Boys and Ideas on Transition

I must admit I was a little bit apprehensive (ok, I was scared) …because last weekend we hosted five 14 – year old boys for a sleepover in our cozy home. Boys this age are not known for their ability…
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Feedback & Executive Presence: Building Your Foundation of Confidence

“A crisis is an opportunity riding the dangerous wind.”  – Chinese Proverb Let’s be honest:  real feedback often generates a crisis response within us.  We can talk about how it is a gift, and it truly is, but in the…
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Just Make the D*** Decision!  5 Reasons Why You’ve Been Straddling the Fence and What You Can Do About It. 

Are you pushing yourself to “just make the damn decision?”  It could be about a new job, a new project, a new city, a new car.  You want to get to the action part, but haven’t been able to make…
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Personal Power – Let Your Light Shine!

Influencer: Marianne Williamson “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to…
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Bad Decision Or Calculated Risk? A Story About Navigating Transition.

6-17-17 Back in 2013, I quit my job without having another one in hand. I had taken out loans to pay for my Master’s Program, we had very little runway, a fair amount of debt, but I did it anyway.…
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