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Celebrating a New Decade: 5 Lessons Learned at 50

Celebrating a New Decade!

When I launched my coaching practice, I did so on my birthday. I also began an annual tradition of celebrating the lessons I’ve learned during the past year. It’s an opportunity to practice what I preach. Dig into awareness as I honor my last trip around the sun. Be a little vulnerable with folks by […]

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Luxury isn’t Expensive – It’s Priceless

Luxury Al Buell Single Rose

There’s a big bunch red and white tulips on the kitchen island, a similar bouquet of red and yellow tulips in my office, and a teeny jam jar next to the bathroom sink with the red, yellow, and white tulips with stems that were too short for my favorite vases. Well, to be honest, I […]

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Magic Surrounds Us: Most Notably in the Ordinary

Magic is Everywhere - Art by Edward Runci

If there’s one thing I know to be true, it’s that we are always surrounded by love, grace, and magic. These are core beliefs that have guided me for many years. Yet, to be honest with you, there have been long moments this year when I have forgotten that I am loved and that grace […]

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Better Sleep: Twenty Tips to Help Get More Zzzzs

Better Sleep is a Must!

Though we tend to think about routines when a new school season begins, I find that one of the key tricks to keeping my life on track is going to bed at the same time no matter what. That can feel challenging when summer is here and the sun doesn’t set until late. That can […]

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Honoring the Lessons I’ve Learned: Happy 49th

14 Al Buell Dec 1961

Since beginning my coaching practice seven years ago, one of my annual traditions is to catalog my lessons learned over the last trip around the sun around my birthday. Taking time to sit with the awareness around what have become my truths is not only about honoring my journey.  It’s an act of vulnerability, trust, […]

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Help is Not a Dirty Word

5 Author Sarnoff 1953 Get Help for Your Goals

If there’s one thing I’m familiar with, it’s the belief that in order for things to go the right way – and for my goals to really mean something, I have to do the heavy lifting, so to speak. Because, if I don’t do it all on my own, then have I really accomplished something? […]

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Writing By Hand Cultivates a Life I Love

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When it comes to creating a life I love, there is one change in my habits that has allowed me to shift the way I think: I’m writing by hand more often. As most of you like do also, I have a plethora of electronics and apps that help me manage my work and my […]

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Self-Acceptance Doesn’t Mean Settling

Self-Acceptance doesn't mean settling for less....

Each and every day, I am inspired by the raw honesty and vulnerability of the people I work with. Clients, colleagues, and friends fuel my mind and my spirit. They remind me that this human experience is both glorious and hard. I’m constantly amazed by the way I often learn as much from my clients […]

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Summer Savoring: What’s the Rush, Buttercup?

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It’s easy to look back on the summers of childhood and remember the boredom of long, hot days. The truth is, though, boredom was good for us. Boredom helps our minds to be creative: to think outside the box, be self-reliant,  and learn differently. No, we weren’t sitting in a classroom solving math problems, but […]

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Lessons Learned: Celebrating My 48th Birthday

Lessons Learned are Like Roses from My Year (Art by by Art Fraham)

It is the year 2016 and I am turning forty-eight. Every year at this time, I catalog the lessons I’ve learned in the previous year. I do this, not just to have the record of what lessons I learned, but also to serve as a reminder of what I am choosing: the continual evolution and growth into who […]

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