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Andrea Goeglein Dr Success
05
Feb

Regrets and The Business of Love

“If only.” Those must be the two saddest words in the world. -Mercedes Lackey As Valentine’s Day approaches there is always an avalanche of relationship advice.  Reading all the advice may leave you feeling as though you can bury any hope of happiness in your love or your work relationships.   You might be busy...
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Completing and Remembering 2018
29
Dec

Completing and Remembering 2018

I have an annual tradition of posting the following Completing and Remembering list of questions sometime in late December each year.  This year I was not going to send. Then a former client and now forever friend wrote and asked when was I going to send out the questions!  It takes so little to motivate me...
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30
May

Liar, Liar, Life on Fire!

“If you want to live a fulfilling life, you have to start by being honest with yourself.” Dr. Cortney Warren, ChooseHonesty.com Have you ever noticed that it is easy for you to point to another and shout, “liar, liar, life on fire” but you have a hard time seeing where you may not be honest...
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15
Feb

Love is Work

  “Find work you love and you will never work a day in your life.” Attributed to the Chinese sage Confucius     Love is work.  A lot of work.  Everyone wants to find work they love, but rarely do we put thought to how much work it takes to develop work we will love. ...
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03
Feb

Fake Care

by Andrea Goeglein Do you ever ‘fake care’?  You know what I mean, someone you know, work with, or even love, starts a conversation and you pretend to care about whatever they are discussing.  In truth, you would rather be in the dentist chair having an impacted wisdom tooth extracted.  That is ‘fake care.’ I...
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08
May

What’s Your ‘Mother’ Story?

By Andrea Goeglein Everyone has or has had a Mother. Not everyone shares stories of love about their mother.  Many have ‘motha’ stories they need to transform in to Mother Stories.  The greatest gift you can give yourself this week of Mother’s Day is to recraft any negative stories you hold about your Mother, into...
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25
Feb

17 Shades of Love

Being 17 years old allows for a view of the world I, and many I work with, would benefit from revisiting.  At 17 years old you have lived long enough to experience the full range of human emotions and challenges, yet not old enough to think you cannot positively impact your future. On this past...
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12
Feb

Don’t Die Waiting to Find Love

Enough time has passed that your 2015 intention to attract an outstanding relationship seems like the vision of a drunk party girl on New Year’s Eve, but do not despair.   You are only three steps away from finding the truest love of your life.  As we are in the month almost annoyingly devoted to...
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10
Feb

Selfless Love

By Andrea Goeglein Hannah Brencher has nailed being of service to others, writing, love…this is what we should all do as often as we think about it.
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14
Jan

Gratitude 4.0

by Andrea Goeglein I know the word gratitude within Positive Psychology holds a central skill building focus.  I was taught back in 2003 by Marty Seligman that gratitude is the one strength all people should develop regardless of where it falls in your list of natural values and strengths.  There are many TED talks on...
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