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  • Slice of pie anyone?

    Posted on February 3, 2013 by in inspire people

    This Weekly Me is about how we each create the world we live in and how it is all connected. I believe that most of us are aware that what we give out to the world comes back to us.  But what if it goes beyond that?  What if what we give out doesn’t just […]

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  • A Gift for Everyone.

    Posted on December 2, 2012 by in To Inspire

    This Weekly Me is about what it really means to be born with a gift. I’ve been hearing a lot lately, most especially in the last week, about how each of us was born with a gift and that we only need to look within to find it.  I’ve seen it in blogs, in quotes […]

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  • There is no finish line as long as we’re alive.

    Posted on October 29, 2012 by in To Inspire

    This Weekly Me is about how we will never stop learning. There came a point in my life where I decided to let go.  I was for the first time in my life making a conscious choice to NOT control EVERYTHING.  I no longer looked to the future and tried to predict what would be […]

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  • Sometimes others just say it better.

    Posted on October 22, 2012 by in inspire people

    This Weekly Me is about inspiring hope. I’ve been listening to the song “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts over the past few weeks.  The lyrics say everything that I feel about me and you.  It reminds me so much of what I want for not only my children but all children.  It brings tears to […]

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  • Devoted to Me Live

    Posted on October 4, 2012 by in To Inspire

    I’ve decided to launch a series of short videos in hopes of  giving further insight into what it means to be Devoted to Me.  Stay tuned for more to come.  I think you’ll like what you see.  This is all about a better me, inspiring a better you and together we create a better world. Until next […]

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  • Knock. Knock.

    Posted on September 16, 2012 by in To Inspire

    This Weekly Me is about opportunity. Imagine that Publishers Clearing House was standing outside your front door ready to present you with a cash prize.  They knock on the door.  In their hand they are holding a check for $5 Million.  They knock again.  But you are not home.  Instead of leaving the check or […]

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  • Don’t rent space in your head.

    Posted on July 15, 2012 by in To Inspire

    This Weekly Me is about our tendency to over think almost everything we do in life. Let’s go back in time to see where it all began. We begin school at age five or six and from that moment on we spend the bulk of our time thinking.  One plus one equals two.  “I” before […]

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  • The “F” word.

    Posted on July 2, 2012 by in To Inspire

    This Weekly Me is about the “F” word.  There are two we’re talking about; Faith and Fear. We work hard to accept that just like the ocean, life has a current.  We work to let go and ride it without trying to control or predict where we will end up.  We let go of predicting […]

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  • Let go and take a ride.

    Posted on June 17, 2012 by in To Inspire

    This Weekly Me is about what it really means to let go. Imagine yourself on a beautiful beach.  It is almost deserted.  You drop your towel and wade into the water.  It feels wonderful.  You decide to float on your back.  As you do so your eyes are closed and all you can hear is […]

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  • Work that “me” muscle no matter what.

    Posted on June 11, 2012 by in To Inspire

    Imagine yourself holding a balloon.  Next, imagine blowing up the balloon.  How many breaths would it take?  Perhaps ten or maybe twenty.  By the time you are done the balloon is nice and big.  We might even feel a little dizzy from all the energy it took to blow the balloon up. Now imagine bouncing […]

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