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    • 11 August
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    Sometimes You Gotta Just Let It Go!

      I’m assuming most, if not all of us, have something in our lives that we want to change. The problem is changing typically means you’re going to have to let go of something. Four summers ago, I made a fairly substantial change. I decided it was time to go gluten free once and for all …

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    • 11 July
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    Do You Vacuum Up Feelings? Embrace It!

    True story. Jane was walking down the hallway when she came across an old friend. The two hugged and suddenly Jane felt completely drained. She couldn’t figure it out. The next day, the same friend called and asked how she was feeling. The friend explained that she had been feeling really bad but after they …

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    • 9 June
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    Angst vs. Action

    I come from a family of world class worriers. As a first generation Polish Catholic American we can definitely make a mountain out of a molehill. On the flip side, if there’s a real crisis, everyone is super cool, go figure. The problem with worrying is that most of the time (as those of us …

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    • 11 May
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    Want To Improve Your Presentation Skills? Take Improv!

    In April, I talked Charlie into taking a beginner level improv class at OTR Improv in Cincinnati. Let’s just say he was less than enthusiastic but I was adamant even though it’s been awhile since I’ve taken a class. After the first class, I asked him, “so what do you think?” ”It’s okay but what’s …

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    • 11 May
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    If You’re Scared to Speak Up, Go BIG!

    When I was studying voiceover, I took a number of improv classes in Chicago. They were a lot of fun even with my horrible stage fright. Acting was my first start in getting over my stage fright and since I really wanted to do voiceover work, improv was the next logical step. All was well …

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    • 11 April
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    Do You Love Yourself Like a Stalker Would?

    We’ve all seen those JLo movies (or some version there of). Woman/man meets amazing man/woman. Their time together is magical, the sex is seamless, it all seems so perfect and then… (cue sinister music) you know what’s coming. Suddenly things just get a bit too controlling, red flags start waving, one partner tries to pull …

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    • 11 March
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    What Do I Do With My Hands?

    While conducting my workshops on how to handle the fear of speaking up or stage fright, I get asked the same question a lot “when I’m presenting, I don’t know what to do with my hands”. I typically answer this question with a question. “When your speaking at home, in a meeting, with friends do …

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    • 11 February
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    Why Being Nice To Yourself Is Essential!

    This can be such a touchy subject, especially around corporate circles but I’ve got to put it out there… Nothing makes me edgier than hearing about loving yourself and nothing is more essential to creating a fulfilling life than loving yourself. What a huge pain in the “a”. I’m great at being nice to everyone …

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    • 11 November
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    The Power Of Saying “So What!?”

    I conduct workshops to help people overcome the fear of speaking up aka stage fright. Although in my mind (and experience) stage fright is so much more than the fear of presenting in front of others. When you really have this issue you have a big fear of being in the spotlight, of being judged, …

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    • 11 January
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    Fixing Your Foundation

    With each new year I take more and more time to self-reflect and assess. One thing I’ve realized since my late 40′s is that issues that aren’t fixed don’t go away, they get worse until you HAVE to look at them. What’s your foundation look like? I was watching “Rehab Addict” the other day and …

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