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The Pivotal Career Question: What’s next?

Even though the world of work has changed dramatically over the past couple of decades, where long tenure and single careers have almost become a thing of the past, many people still hold the perspective that there’s one path they ‘should’ be taking. That once they find their one true calling, fulfillment and prosperity will...

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5 Ways to Discover Clarity – A Continuous Dynamic Process

• I’m not sure.

• I don’t know

• I’ll wait and see

• I’m not ready yet.

• What if I’m wrong?

• What if I change my mind?

Sound familiar? The sounds of inaction. Being stuck. Immobile. 

We’ve all used these phrases at one time or another and yes, sometimes it is prudent...

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Zone-In for Peak Performance & Lasting Motivation

You may be familiar with the term ‘the zone’ and ‘being in the zone.’ The zone, also referred to as flow, is a desirable state that fuels peak performance and lasting intrinsic motivation.

What’s possible in ‘the zone’?

When you are in the zone you are taking on something bigger that aligns with your...

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Targets + Goals = Progress + Fulfillment

Bobby McGee is one of the world’s greatest distance coaches. In his book, “Magical Running”  he focuses on the mental and spiritual aspects of peak performance, not just the itty-bitty details such as training plans, biomechanics and form. Of course these details matter, however, McGee believes that focusing...

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Equanimity: The Ultimate Youth Serum

Equanimity means being present in the moment, simply noticing what’s happening and then releasing it as the next moment unfolds. I like this simple definition of equanimity:

The art of letting things go.

We know when we’re in a state of equanimity because we feel it – calm, peace, ease, joy. It shows up on our face.

The look...

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Creating The Life You Want: It’s All About The Questions You Ask

A colleague recently asked me to write a post for her blog Love the Life You Lead. The only guideline she stipulated was to start with a question. I realized that getting to where I am now required changing the questions I was asking. Here’s my story of discovering the right questions.

My Story, Part 1: Breaking Free

I lived the...

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Marathon Training: Mental Discipline and An Act of Faith

coaching motivation running Oct 31, 2013

Another gray, dismal, cool, wet day. Sigh. And my training plan for today called for mile repeats on the track. On Sunday it was 22 miles in similar weather. In fact, most of my long runs and track sessions have been in lousy weather as I’ve trained for the Philadelphia Marathon in mid-November.

As I sat at my desk this morning looking out...

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Three Roles for Change: Real Me, Observer, Aligner

So often we think of ourselves as simply actors in a predetermined script where we have no options other than to play out the role as it has been defined to please others.

Imagine that instead of simply being an actor in a play or movie where someone else writes the script, you get to be the scriptwriter as well as the actor. You get to decide...

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One-Minute Mood Shifters – Part 1

Try these three one-minute suggestions to experience a positive shift in your mood. You can practice them anytime, anywhere.

Feel Your Feet

You’re feeling wound up. Something has triggered you. You want to scream or cry or slump down in defeat. Pause and feel your feet. Literally. Physically feel your feet on the floor. Wherever you are...

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Running: A Truly Inclusive Sport Like No Other

motivation running Apr 16, 2013

As I followed the events of the Boston Marathon online yesterday, I became gravely concerned about what might have been damaged that is unique to the sport of running. I wondered about the basis of the deep emotions of sadness and despair that I was experiencing. Feelings beneath my sorrow and grief for the people affected by the explosions at...

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