Or, what to do with all those excuses (even the ones that seem legitimate) so you can do what you really want to be doing.
There could be a million, or perhaps just one, really good reason why you haven’t done that thing that needs to be done. And yet, it still needs to happen.
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Yesterday I celebrated the anniversary of my monthly Explore & Play classes with a fantastic call, and all the awesome people that joined in. It was great to have new callers and longtime callers joining in.
In all the planning for this event, I’ve realized that after two years of introductory/beta-testing prices, it was really . . . → keep reading
(apologies to Parliament)
You made suggestions. You voted. You loved them all* but this one came out just a bit ahead. Thanks to you all for joining me in celebrating the second anniversary of Explore & Play. Here’s to beginning a third fantastic year!
And now, for this month’s topic:
Giving up the Funk
Or, . . . → keep reading
I don’t know what I was thinking. Oh, I’ll just ask people for ideas, and then I’ll pick three and announce it. Easy peasy.
Somehow, I forgot how creative and wise and curious my readers are. The suggestions I received are phenomenal. Really. Which, of course, has made it quite difficult to choose.
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The two year anniversary of the Explore & Play Class and Coaching Hours is coming up very soon.
But before that, though, is the deadline for you to submit your ideas. Yes, to celebrate this occasion, you get to suggest, and then pick the topic for the next call!
Where do you get stuck? Do you . . . → keep reading
On May 10th, 2011 I held the very first Explore & Play Class and Coaching Hour, Overcoming Overwhelm.
Since that time I’ve taught two dozen different classes and coached dozens of people through at least as many issues during the live calls.
When I started them, I wasn’t sure how they would go.
Would I . . . → keep reading
Spring cleaning isn’t just for your home.
If you’re like most people, you probably have some dusty old beliefs and patterns hanging around in your head, making it difficult to do the things you really want to be doing.
During this call, I’ll be showing you how to uncover your dusty stuff and sweep it . . . → keep reading
Big decisions, or small, what to do when you grow up, what to order, whether or not to take that class/job/trip. You might be a trust-your-gut snap decision-maker or a-run-it-by-everyone-you-know-and-create-the-world’s-longest-pros-and-cons-list decision-maker. Regardless of your style, at some point, you’ve probably struggled with a decision, or regretted a decision once you made it.
If you’d like . . . → keep reading
I don’t really believe that you want yourself to fail. In fact, these behaviors labeled as self-sabotage, are usually trying to do the opposite.
During the next Explore & Play Class and Coaching Hour on Tuesday, February 12th, I’ll share with you what’s really going on with these behaviors and what to do about them.
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Every year, I like to create a new habit that supports me in bringing about a bigger change in my life. It’s one of the easiest ways to let something bigger slip into your life, to create angst-free change. So much better than resolutions!
During the next Explore & Play Class and Coaching Hour on . . . → keep reading