results.

I once had a random-but-not-random encounter with a woman in Wash Park who had just purchased a coaching business. The name of the coaching program was Best Year Yet. The creator of the ‘success’ formula for Best Year Yet was Jinny Ditzler. Jinny was local to Denver, but began her coaching career in London. Jinny…

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beginnings.

I’m not exactly sure when I first started repeating this little phrase, or mantra, to myself. I remember watching the movie Temple Grandin, and being curious about her continuous visual reference to a door. When Temple was in difficult or uncomfortable situations, she imagined a door – and herself opening the door. It created a sense of relief and possibility. Empowerment.

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new.

When we attune to a balanced state of well-being, we access the whole of who we are. We create our next steps. We create a sense of our desired outcomes. We ponder and reflect on how we desire to show up and express ourselves. The source of well-being is abundant. It can’t be limited, but we can limit our access to it.

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resistance.

We are wired for advancement. Staying stuck in the same thinking, that creates the same outcomes, does not lead to sustainable change. Discomfort is a function of existence. It gets our attention. We grow each time we move toward it.

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fresh.

Fresh and New. Fresh and new. fresh and new. (capitals make me crazy…and commas,…,…,…,) April blog. New theme.   In December, I decided I was going to create an online course every month. I also chose themes for each month based on the first thought I had about the time of year.  I like ‘fresh and…

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balance.

I just did this again yesterday as I was thinking about today’s blog. It’s easy to get stuck on what you don’t want. The only reason we don’t want anything is because there is a something more, the opposite – what we do want. When we can catch this, we can choose to focus on what we do want. In the physical isolation segment of this current living situation, it may be clear that one of your values is freedom. What story do you tell about your own freedom?

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