12 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER APOLOGIZE FOR

Feb15
HAVING AN OPINION: It's yours. You earned it. You deserve it. Your opinion is not up for a vote. It is based on your beautiful, flawed and perfectly unique history. Your opinion is not an negotiable fact. Nor is it an alternative fact. It is subjective and it matters not if anyone agrees with you. BEING SELF-FULL: You are lovable and worthy. That warrants no discussion. Taking care of your needs, your wants and your desires is not selfish;...
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10 Characteristics of Confident Women

May05
Michelle walked into the meeting and all heads turned. The group felt her presence before they even saw her. Slight in stature, Michelle’s head was held high, her posture straight and her eye contact direct. She took in the room, smiled at her colleagues and headed for the power seat. Then she called the meeting to order. Michelle is a supremely confident woman. But that was not always the case. Just six months prior, her manager called m...
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Don’t Pull a Weiner

Jul30
Once again, politician Anthony Weiner has been caught in flagrante delicto. It's deja vu, all over again. Just two short years ago I wrote a blog on then-Congressman Anthony Weiner's fall from grace (Is Weiner Nuts?). An upcoming, enthusiastic and much-loved politician, he was caught sexting pictures with a number of women, non of whom were his then-pregnant wife. Confronted with indisputable evidence, he lied. Then he lied about lying.T...
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If You’re Happy and You Know It…

Sep11
Smack in the midst of elections, Iraq and the economy, the subject of happiness dares to land in the news.  It seems that Martin Seligman, the esteemed (and well-credentialed) father of “learned helplessness,” has recently birthed the Positive Psychology movement. He’s on a mission to study the heights of happiness in the same manner that he explored the depths of depression. It’s about time! The real news here is that Seligman is ‘...
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If You’re Happy and You Know It…

Sep06
Smack in the midst of elections, Iraq and the economy, the subject of happiness dares to land in the news.  It seems that Martin Seligman, the esteemed (and well-credentialed) father of “learned helplessness,” has recently birthed the Positive Psychology movement. He’s on a mission to study the heights of happiness in the same manner that he explored the depths of depression. It’s about time! The real news here is that Seligman is ‘...
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