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    • 17 February
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    How To Process Your Feelings

    “Anger, without exit, is poison.” ~ Mary D. Unfortunately it’s been another tragic week. So much has been written, posted, discussed on the topic of gun violence and yet it continues to happen. If you’re feeling depressed, overwhelmed, consumed with rage, or all of the above, you may need a way to process and articulate …

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    • 23 December
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    Let’s Ban “How About This Weather?” Small Talk Topics To Jump Start Any Conversation

    As you know, the holidays are full of parties and family/friend get-togethers. But sometimes just the thought of starting a conversation with new people can make me want to head straight for the bar and the nearest wall (preferably by an exit). I used to think that I was the only one that found small talk anxiety …

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    • 7 August
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    Un Croissant S’il Vous Plait

    Have you seen the book “Eat This, Not That”? The book has pictures that show you how to swap out high calorie food choices for foods that taste similar but are way lower in calories. An easy way to still eat the types of foods you like without the excess calories. Learning to change your thoughts …

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    • 14 July
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    The Good, The Bad and The Ugly | How to Use EFT Effectively!

    EFT aka Tapping is a great modality to release angst, anger, frustration, or sadness. Clients that apply it consistently love the results. Although many will admit that it’s “weird” (at first). But let’s say you tried EFT and it just didn’t work for you. It was okay, you felt a little better but you’re just not …

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    • 31 March
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    What Would You Do To Survive?

    Would you lie? Would you steal? Would you kill someone? I know, kinda dramatic but is it really? When desperation kicks in, perfectly nice, normal people are capable of perfectly not-so-nice abnormal behavior and ALL of us are susceptible. We lie to ourselves We steal our dreams We kill our hopes and our essential selves …

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    • 30 November
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    It’s Time We Stand Together As One!

    How free are we really? I personally don’t know anyone that has grown up completely free of the attitudes and beliefs of their family. Our religion, our skin color, our thinking around money and finances and even how we eat is strongly influenced by our family. A lot of us were raised to not question …

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    • 16 September
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    Scared of Speaking In Public? It’s Not a Lack of Confidence!

    I need to finally clear up a BIG misconception about the fear of public speaking. One that I hear and read about A LOT. The misconception is that those of us with stage fright, social anxiety, highly sensitive or whatever other label you want to put on it, lack confidence. It’s crap. Those of us …

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    • 23 August
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    Being Authentic Isn’t As Easy As It Seems

    The other day a friend joyfully told me she had broken wide open. “What do you mean” I asked. She said she went from being someone who was afraid to sing to singing all the time (she had left me a singing voicemail which I loved)! She felt herself completely connecting with the strangers around …

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    • 31 July
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    What I Learned From Doing Stand-Up | 7 Strategies for Your Next Presentation

    I’ve always known performing stand-up comedy is hard; really hard! The good comedians make it look effortless but it takes a lot of work and a lot of trial and error. I know because I’ve had acting and improv training and I watched a good friend work at being a stand-up for many years. It …

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    • 30 June
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    How to Use Acting Methods to Harness Your Fear of Public Speaking and Shine in the Spotlight!

    Let’s face it, work can be tough. It doesn’t matter if you’re working for yourself or a corporation. Plus if you’re someone that struggles with nerves when the spotlight turns on you, it can feel impossible at times to be seen or heard. Yet, it’s crucial for your career or your business! As someone that …

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