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goals
27
Jan

Quote Play

Quote Play.  Have you ever thought about designing your next career move using all those quotes you like and share on social media?  I am notorious for saving quotes in a file on the off chance I can use them in the right place in a presentation. 
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11
Jan

How Does a Self-Employed Person Resign?

How does a self-employed person resign?  That is the question I have been asking myself for several months now.  Resigning from my current work has actually become a 2022 goal! The questions I want to ask you before you read further are: Do you feel like you need a career or livelihood change? If so,...
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Winding Path
31
Dec

Bye Bye 2020

Bye, bye 2020.  I, for one, am not sorry to see you go.  As comedian Leslie Jones said of 2020, “I would call it a trainwreck and a shitshow but that would give trains and shit a bad name.”  Of all the years to have an extra day, this one does take the cake!  Yet,...
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17
Nov

Competing 2020 Incompletes

Completing 2020 seems to be the goal in the minds and hearts of all those I speak with whether in business or my personal life.  To say 2020 was a “unique year” seems like such an incomplete definition.  Yet, it was with the concept of ‘incompletes’ in mind that I decided to change up my...
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09
Jan

Resolve to Create Goals that Work

by Andrea Goeglein No matter the time of year, when you resolve to strive for a goal, set the goal using one of the many methods that work.  I discuss my preferred way in this current LiveHappy Podcast, but there are a host of methods I respect. One simple method is to create steps by...
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completing and remembering checklist
30
Oct

Harvesting Your Completing and Remembering

Usually, I wait for the last week of the year to post the list of questions known as “Completing and Remembering”.  This year I had a different thought.  What if we thought about the questions 60 days before the end of the year?   What if we saw there were things missing and we still had time...
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andrea-goeglein-cannabis
30
Jul

Workplace Cannabis Policy: Corporate America’s New Recruiting Opportunity

“Workplace Cannabis Policy: Corporate America’s New Recruiting Opportunity” By Andrea Goeglein originally ran on Recuriter.com I think it is only fitting that I publishing this piece on my grandson Miles‘ 21st birthday.  He knows all too well my opinion on recreational cannabis use, and still loves me in spite of those opinions! Let me be...
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peony flower
30
May

Are You Flourishing in Style?

By Andrea Goeglein The Business of Flourishing is best described by example, and renowned sculptor Dorit Schwartz is the best example I can think of. What is The Business of Flourishing?  It is a way of living and creating business that starts with your natural loves and works inward until you have created a business...
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20
Mar

[VIDEO] 4 Ways Fatigue is Your Teacher

Are you feeling as though you are always tired?  Are you always saying that you are so tired you cannot seem to get anything done?  Do you worry out loud that fatigue is causing you to fail in life? I believe fatigue is a well-disguised avoidance technique.  Are you willing to entertain the possibility that...
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06
Feb

WOOP it Up!

Are you a person who gets annoyed by all the talk about positive thinking and positive psychology? Do you secretly wish I and others in my field would turn down the happy? If you pride yourself on being a critical thinker or know that you are an introverted thinker, researcher Gabriele Oettingen’s work known by...
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