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It's been over 30 days since I posted my last blog! Lest you think that I'm either not a serious blogger or a slacker, this was no accident.

Are you living with chronic health conditions that shake you in your core and often make it harder to get anything done?  If you've been reading my posts, you know that I've been  living this way for 30+ years. And, during the past month, in addition to taking care of my " job" (my own business as a career coach), I've been busy with another surgery, cataract surgery (the result of the glaucoma medication I took prior to the glaucoma surgery last fall, etc., etc.) that consumed my time and energy.

Posted by on in Life
create positive energy photo
I'm sure you've noticed that when you are in a bad mood, somehow things get worse. You know how it is: Your husband comes home and suddenly he’s in a bad mood as well, your kids start acting out and not cooperating, the tasks you take on don’t go as you had hoped, and everything just feels miserable. I don’t want to be the barer of bad news, but when that happens, it is probably because you brought it on yourself. Energy is all around us and the energy that you put out changes the energy of your household (or any...

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marshalling your resources and energy after a job loss
A former client sent me a Holiday e-card with a note that she'd lost her job and with it, her family's health insurance.  In follow up emails she told me that she was part of a lay off last month,  she's been feeling sicker since she's left work and feels lost. She wants to work with me again and thinks it would help as it did before. But she won't do anything that would cost money or wear her down even more physically.   She's too afraid to look for a job. Because she's been reading my posts for years, she suggested I write...
over work
Mitchell thinks he is making himself look great when he emails his boss at midnight on a Saturday on his BlackBerry. Eileen thinks she's saving her job by being the last one on the IT team to leave every evening. Najit thinks she's got the world's best client relationship because she never says no to a request. Adam burns through double espressos getting his client work done and cuts back the hours he reports so he's not perceived as burning up billable hours. What's wrong with this picture?  Why are we killing ourselves? How are these things really making us...

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