Begin with Yes by Paul Boynton – A Short Perspective

Paul Boynton’s book called Begin with Yes is delightfully honest and clear. “Begin with Yes,” speaks to what it takes to move ahead with what’s important to us, whether it’s to start meditating, help out your parents, move into a…

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Help Me Remember You

“Help me remember you. I don`t want to get over you.” -lyrics from Holly Near’s newest album, Peace Becomes You. Lately, more than usual it seems, I’ve had organizing meetings with clients who are wrestling with the death of someone…

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the blue giraffe! And a book giveaway.

This week, my blog post has gone visiting – over at the blue giraffe. The blog starts this way just so you’ll know what it’s about. Then click the giraffe or the beautiful hammock picture below to read the rest….

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Turning A Corner – Reorganize to Process Life Changes

Life changes and major events interrupt our lives in ways that we cannot imagine. Whether the changes are joyous (welcoming a family member), unexpected (a job loss, major surgery) or tragic ( loss of a loved one), these changes leave…

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Do Your Surroundings Become You?

You can read several meanings into this blog title, can’t you? Do your surroundings inspire you? Or do they bring you down, with more clutter than you can tolerate? Does the clutter reflect how fast your life is passing by?…

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"The Ache and Necessity of Change"– Maya Stein

Last night, a beautiful “10-line Tuesday” poem arrived in my e-mail. A new client sent it, I believe because the poem explains how she sees the value of our organizing and coaching collaboration. I can’t wait to talk with her…

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