Resistance Part 2 – #minibooks

Steven Pressfield describes Resistance as like “the pain-in-the-ass schoolteacher who won’t let us climb the tree in the playground. But the urge to climb came first.” Resistance shows up to stop us from doing our greatest work and discovering fully who we are meant to be. I battle this daily and some days resistance wins. Here’s this week’s mini book continuing

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Resistance #MiniBook

Thank you for the feedback on how the weekly mini books have been inspiring you. I will keep them coming as long as the inspiration flows. This week, I’ve been meditating on resistance and looking at the areas through the years where I have had no choice but to do an about turn when I realized the very thing which

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Busy Work #minibook

Busy work looks awfully like great work. Social media makes busy work look purposeful with likes, comments and shares but does it propel your vision? Busy works keeps you active and seemingly everywhere all at the same time, but it is not progressive. Despite the reviews and praise, it takes you off path and the effort to return to purpose

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Getting Back to Me

I’ve done a few things recently that have brought positive results. First, I unsubscribed to a whole host of gurus and coaches who I’d connected with to learn more about this business of coaching and mentoring. My inbox had become inundated with all of their great tips and invitations to webinars and How To’s and they had become a major

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Honesty Creates Heroes

True heroes don’t set out to get their names on the front page of a newspaper or end up in a history book. There are simpler ways to do that. Heroes make simple decisions like being honest. Honest like Rosa Parks was when she admitted she was tired and wanted to sit down where she was, rather than go to

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