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Summer Reading – The “Ease Book Give-Away”

It’s Summer time. When the living is (supposed to be) easy….. It’s the Ease Book Summer Give-away! It’s summer and the ‘livin’ is (supposed to be) easy. To celebrate the season, I’ve decided to share a bunch of content from my book, Ease, for you to read at your leisure — and get you ready […]

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When Nothing is Wasted – Everything has Purpose

“Nothing is wasted. Everything has purpose.” I’ve been living in this mantra a lot these days. I’ve been using it with myself and with my clients. It’s a powerful perspective booster and the more I live into it the more I truly believe it. Not every experience feels useful, worthy, successful, or even on the […]

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Supercharge Your Listening Skills

NOTE: A version of this article was written for Charity Village. They are hosting a Webinar that I will be presenting — and you are invited. Scroll down — and see here for more! Think of a time when you were in a conversation and you felt truly heard. What did that feel like? Chances […]

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Ready, Set, Go – with 5 Best Practices for Success

I love a shiny new year. It holds so much promise. If you reflected on some of the 12 Questions to Look Beyond and Plan Ahead then you might be thinking about goals, opportunities and challenges for the year ahead. To be on your best game  it’s a good idea to have some really solid rituals, good habits, […]

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Manage the “Season of Rush” With Ease

(A seasonal favorite – reposting this article as a reminder as we enter the last few weeks of the year) A version of this article has also been published in the Globe and Mail. See it here! It’s that time of the year: finishing off work assignments for the year-end; making plans for the year […]

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5 Ways to Beat the Back to Work Blues

UPDATE NOTE: Are you suffering from back to work blahs? This article was originally posted on my blog in 2014 but the tips are still relevant for today as we get into the back to work mode this September. I am reposting.  Enjoy and here’s to looking forward to good things to come in the shiny new season!  — […]

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The Neuroscience of Making Potato Knishes (with Ease Excerpt)

My Recipe for Recharging Creativity and “Think-ability” Do you ever feel like your thinking is a little sluggish – maybe even stuck? You have a problem but can’t think your way through it? Or a creative challenge and you are feeling anything but creative? I experience my own share of this. And thankfully, I have […]

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August is like Sunday…

***UPDATE*** This article was originally posted in 2014. It’s worth a replay! Also see my article adapted from this blog post on Huffington Post: Six Ways to Beat the Back to September Blues. —- It’s early days in August and we still have time left in the summer. But September is lurking around the corner….beckoning, […]

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11 Ways to Bring The Best of You Forward into 2016

NOTE: This article is now also published at the Huffington Post. It’s a shiny new year. Welcome aboard! Before we get swept into the swirl of busy (oh, are you there already?), let’s think about how to keep the ‘shine’ on for the weeks/months/year ahead.  I’ll be asking you to reflect on your year past this […]

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TINY is the new BIG– when it comes to goals.

NOTE: This is a repost of an article published earlier on my blog and at the Globe and Mail. Worth a revisit given it ’tis the season for goal-setting. As well, I will be giving a free Webinar on goals, Feb 23, 2015 (UPDATE NOTE: this webinar has passed – I will offer it again….timing to […]

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