Gandhi’s Golden Gut

So I was noodling around the internet the other day – something I’m sure none of you ever do – when I stumbled across a site touting its list of 25 TRUE but unusual facts. One of those items caught my eye: When Mahatma Gandhi died, an autopsy revealed that his small intestine contained five…

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Can You Stress Your Way to Success?

We all spend time trying to alleviate stress in a myriad of ways, and some of those strategies – polishing off a bag of chips or bottle of wine, or engaging in retail therapy (i.e. shop ’til you drop) – while enjoyable in the moment, ultimately add to our stress overload. Deep breathing, getting out…

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One Thing You Must Do Before Year-end

You know the drill. Starting in January, everywhere you look you’re going to be inundated with frenzied messages urging you to make fresh starts, set goals, and take action (which is why you need to eat those holiday cookies now!!). But before you spend too much time figuring out where you’re going, the one thing…

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Truth Equals Trust

Recognize the role truth plays in building trust My radar is always up when it comes to the message of truth, and the past few weeks it seems to be everywhere I turn. Even hunkered down last night to watch the movie, “The Invention of Lying” which takes place in an alternate reality in which…

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“Top 10 Tips to Speaking Your Truth”

David Letterman has his Top 10 and so does Colette when it comes to Truth Become aware. Notice when your thoughts, words and actions are incongruent. We don’t help each other when we think and feel one way and then say something different. Acknowledge your feelings. Be honest about your own feelings to yourself. Are you…

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