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goals
15
Sep

Different Paths To Your Goal

By Andrea Goeglein Many times in life we are called to take a different path to reach the same goal we have been striving toward for a long time.  Over the last month, I have been called upon to do that countless times.  I then decided to create an exercise to help me open my...
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22
Apr

Comparison Kills

Comparison kills your spirit.  Comparison kills your motivation.  Comparison kills your ability to be creative. Dr. Success Challenge:  Reflect back through your day and focus specifically on your thoughts.  Do you remember having any thoughts where you compared yourself (negatively or positively) to another person?  Be honest.  Think about the woman who walked by who...
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03
Apr

1 Step to Having It All

By Andrea Goeglein Step 1 To Having It All:  Make a list of everything you want to achieve, then focus on one thing at a time. You can have it all, just not all at once.  That is the advice Arianna Huffington gave voice and Gabby Bernstein has amplified to a striving generation of young...
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11
Mar

Your First Time

I am not talking that ‘first’ time.  I am asking you to think back on the first time an idea, opinion, or spark of inspiration entered your consciousness.  For me, many of my ‘first’ times come as the result of reading an article or a book.  Just as many times, I have a creative idea,...
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27
Jan

Rites of Passage

By Andrea Goeglein 2014 was a ‘rite of passage’ year for me as a mother. My only child celebrated her 30th birthday. She celebrated by ushering many new experiences into her life. The interesting part of her celebration for me was that I began to receive lots of inquires about my emotional state! As her...
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23
Jan

Rethinking Positive Thinking Part II

Rethinking Positive Thinking is all about how to stay motivated when you set a goal.  Having a great appreciation for synchronistic events, no sooner did I complete my work on my post about the book Rethinking Positive Thinking did I receive a blog post submission from another of my young adult contributors about goals and...
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20
Jan

Rethinking Positive Thinking

The following blog is the copyright property of Doug Hensch, founder of DRH Group.  I was granted permission to reprint this post because it featured two things I care a lot about: 1) a business example that differentiates between positive thinking and Positive Psychology, and 2) a book suggestion with research which informs how to...
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09
Jan

If You’re Happy

by Andrea Goeglein “If You’re Happy Eat a Snack” will go down as my most favorite commercial in a long time.  Weight Watcher’s has correctly portrayed how innocently a habit can be formed.  Sometimes the innocent (like having a cake on your birthday) habit enhances your health and well-being, sometimes it does not. Just sit...
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06
Jan

I Have Faith, Do You?

by Andrea Goeglein   Faith. As I prepared the material for my class, Before Abundance: Developing the Habits of Success, it struck me that everyone has faith in something. The ‘something’ tends to then guide how, and if, they are willing to develop new habits that could enhance their success. Dr. Success Challenge: Think about...
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17
Dec

Don’t Die Waiting to Get Healthy

Don’t Die™ Waiting to get healthy.  As part of any Q4 review, assessing your health goals can lay the groundwork for positive changes in the New Year.  I am pleased to have contributed to the creation of this graphic, Drive Your Health in 2015.  Enjoy.
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