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Confidence is a Muscle. Train it
On April 27, 2020 | 2 Comments

For many people, confidence is something that you are either born with, but it can be argued that it can be learned as well. With the right coach, confidence is a like a muscle, a fiber that we are all born with that we can train to achieve our goals. In fact, true confidence means […]

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Feeling Off-Centered?
On April 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

In life we’d all like to stay centered, meaning calm, rational in your thinking no matter what is happening in our lives. We’d like to think that despite the hoopla that’s happening around us, our reaction one of subdued emotion, or at least the appropriate response. If there’s an emergency, we react in a swift […]

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New Year, New Leap!
On January 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

“When you let go of fear and take a leap of faith, the net will appear.”   I read a similar quote recently and adapted it to my experience. Limited beliefs—fear and the sort hold us back from our authentic selves. A co-worker recently inquired, “Andrea, when and how are you so comfortable/open and free […]

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Gratitude is a Muscle
On January 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

It’s all about Gratitude The Appreciation for the Life that we live, the People that we Love, the Wealth that we increase, the Struggles that we overcome, the Forgiveness that we receive, the full Joy that we experience. All in all, they all come to us as we practice Gratitude in our lives and interactions. […]

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The Kindness of Strangers
On November 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

Everyone has encountered the kindness of strangers: someone waiting to hold the door for you, your dinner bill anonymously payed for, a helping hand as you struggle with bags, a compliment when you were feeling your best, but still needed the validation. All of these are good reasons and ways we enjoy one another. Last […]

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Spirituality: Frou-frou, Fact or Fiction?
On September 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

There are several topics one can bring up in mixed company. Religion/ Spirituality, Race and Politics are three that don’t usually make the cut. I often wonder, why? The quick response is because someone has to be the “winner” in the conversation. MY belief in religion is correct, MY thoughts on race are superior, and […]

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It’s All About the Purse
On August 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

Women’s purses have been a constant source of awe; what do you keep in there and why? Furthering the intrigue is the number of bags a woman carries…is more, more? There are reasons for purses. There’s work, special occasions, impulse buys and then the occasional pity purchase (it made me feel better). Perhaps because of […]

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Me, Myself, I am Enough
On August 1, 2019 | 2 Comments

  I’m asked about confidence a lot. Why am I so confident? Is it innate, can one learn how to become more confident? What can I do to gain confidence? When I reflect on my own experiences, contemplating why I feel I am enough, several factors come to mind: I played sports since the seventh […]

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Unapologetic Confidence
On June 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

Two words crossed the television screen as I watched some show for the second time because I hadn’t paid attention the first time it aired. There was a commercial, which is odd for me because I tend to fast forward passed these, however, this one caught my eye, and the words: UNAPOLOGETIC CONFIDENCE. The words […]

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HEALTHY WORK RELATIONSHIPS
On May 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

  Let’s face it, if you work 30-40 hours a week, you spend most of your time with co-workers, and if you don’t get along, this can make for very tough weeks on end. Did you know that the number one reason people will leave their jobs, is because of their disdain for his or […]

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