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3 Things Suicide Has Taught Me

by Andrea Goeglein Suicide.  Everyone seems to know and love someone who decided to end their life by means of suicide.  For me, the list is long and spans 30 years.  The list includes a friend’s husband, neighbors, business associates, friend’s children and grandchildren, my cousin, Gary Russo (just to list a few).  With each...
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10 Ways to Connect Work Thrive

Do you agree with this next sentence?  There may be more than 10 ways to connect, work and thrive but in the summertime when the livin is easy, it can feel as though every plan, person, and opportunity is on hold due to vacation. Do you feel like your sense of urgency is being met...
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The Strength of Goals and Meaning

The Business of Flourishing  Part 2 – The Strength of Goals and Meaning Saturday, August 18, 2018 When you get to your business or job in the morning, do you wonder is it really worth my time? Do you question if how you are spending your days matters to anyone – especially yourself? Do you...
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Are You Ready To Serve Your Success?

By Andrea Goeglein Do you feel serving your success makes you greedy and self-severing? Do you feel investing time and money your development to increase your satisfaction means you are a bit self-consumed? Do you feel even considering putting yourself first makes you a bit too prideful for your own good? Are you willing to experience...
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3 Karmas of Business Ghosting

by Andrea Goeglein Have you ever gone on a job interview and thought you did great, but never hear from the interviewer or a company representative as to the status of your interview? Have you ever been chased by a headhunter to go on a job interview, then have the headhunter stop returning your calls?...
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Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy

Periodically I like to pause and reassess if what I am writing matters to you the reader.   I ask myself is there something I could or should be doing differently, is there information they would prefer to have within my area of expertise, do they want more or less information?
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Relevant. Reckless. Reality

Is it relevant or reckless to deny reality?  I happen to like the phrase: “Do not deny reality, live your life to defy reality.” Those ten little words have driven so much of my personal development during the last 30 years.  Yet, recently someone I admire deeply at a professional, spiritual and personal level challenged...
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Being an Adult Isn’t Always Fun

Whoever said “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” lied! Recently, this old dog learned a new trick in the word, adulting. Adulting (v): to do grown-up things and hold responsibilities such as, a 9-5 job (heaven forbid), a mortgage/rent (think AirBnB ownership), a car payment, or anything else that makes one think of grownups!...
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To Err is Human

“To err is human, to forgive divine.” Alexander Pope Okay, so it is time for me to admit I am wrong — again.  You may remember a few months back when I admitted that I had bought into the concept that success required hard work, struggle, and hardship.  I admitted I was wrong.  Success is...
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