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Right thing, wrong time

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the day after my return home from Ethiopia. Not the day of the return, but the day after the return. I remember this day because I was exhausted. After a whirlwind week on the African continent, a 23-hour journey home…

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Powerfully simple living

By simplifying what we bring to each day and breaking down our goals into straightforward, sustainable action plans, we can build personal and professional lives that are powerful in their simplicity.

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Shame

Shame often shows up because we have been telling ourselves the same damaging story for so long ? a story that may not even be true. Shame is that voice inside our own head, telling us what others think and who we have become. But shame is a liar.

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Pain

There?s no avoiding it; pain hurts. Pain reminds us that we once experienced something we do not want to experience again.

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All the books in the world

Tellingly, but not coincidentally, my interest in reading grew alongside my experience building a business. As I grew the MODE concept, I bought every business book I could get my hands on.

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Learning from others

As a small business owner, there is nothing quite as valuable as seeking out another entrepreneur and talking with her about the challenges, the opportunities, and the achievements.

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Defeat

Sometimes, we just want to quit ? quit a project, a relationship, or a task. When life keeps knocking us down, we can become defeated, ready to jump ship, and move on.

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