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Struggle is Caused by Unquestioned Thoughts

by Linda Thurwanger

  What are you struggling with today?   Are you feeling unappreciated?  Do you hate your job? Are you upset with your children or another family member?  Are you surrounded by people you have nothing in common with?   Do you want to change careers, but you think you are stuck?  Are you unhappy with your body? […]

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What Experiences are Your Thoughts Creating?

by Linda Thurwanger

Life is a constant unfolding of events, circumstances and relationships.  I’m sure you’ve heard it said that the only guarantee in life is that there are no guarantees.  You may have also noticed, that even when you do everything you can to protect yourself from uncomfortable experiences (loss of job, relationship crash, grief, etc.), life […]

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Work & Life

by Linda Thurwanger

Are you too worried, overwhelmed or stuck, to do the things you really want to do? Do any of these statements describe you? Exhausted and stressed at the end of each workday. Desk/office looks like a hurricane passed through it. Know you should delegate more, but  just can’t seem to let go of certain tasks. Technology […]

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Do You See Life in Black & White?

by Linda Thurwanger

“Colorful Of Straw” by Nutdanai Apikhomboonwaroot Or, have you noticed that our world is full of brilliant color?   I think it’s a great metaphor for relationships and life itself.  Very few life experiences are black and white.  In fact, most aspects of life are a bit messy and not within our control.  One could even […]

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Who Is To Blame?

by Linda Thurwanger

On Tuesday this week, over two-thirds of Georgia,  experienced one of the worst traffic tie-ups in history.  The cause?  A mere two to four  inches of powdery snow. If you don’t live in the deep south, you probably won’t understand how this could happen.  The fact is  our State is simply not equipped to handle […]

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Keeping Resolutions

by Linda Thurwanger

What did you promise or resolve to do last year? If you were not able to keep a promise to yourself or if your 2013 New Year’s Resolution fell by the wayside, you are not alone.  We are creatures of habit.  Even the most disciplined individuals can fail to make the changes needed to reach […]

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Counterfeit Work-Life Balance

by Linda Thurwanger

I just read an article on LinkedIn  about using tech tools to achieve work-life balance.  The author of the article gave an example.  He said one of the ways a parent could achieve work-life balance would be to attend their child’s little league game and use technology to conduct business at the same time.  They […]

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Does Success Preclude Living A Balanced Life?

by Linda Thurwanger

I think it depends on how you define success as well as what a balanced life means to you.    If you define success in terms of money and fame and if  you believe those things can only be achieved when you sacrifice your relationships, health and inner well-being, you might believe that living a […]

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Hire a Team to Boost Your Profit

by Linda Thurwanger

I have noticed that many people are hesitant to ask for help when they need it.  Maybe they are concerned about appearing weak or incompetent.  Or maybe they don’t fully understand the value of an outside perspective when dealing with challenges or an extra pair of hands to help with tasks.  If we do not […]

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STOP SETTLING for Less in Your Career!

by Linda Thurwanger

A few days ago, I was out running errands and bumped into a woman I know that I hadn’t seen in awhile. We chatted for a few minutes and the conversation turned to her work.  She told me that although she likes certain aspects of her job, she would leave in a heartbeat if she […]

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