In Defense of Napping

by Jennifer October 1, 2011

I’m a fan of Seth Godin.  I’m a fan of Poke the Box. In a nutshell, this short manifesto of a book outlines the formula to success in today’s quick paced, create-your-own-outcome world. Start something new without permission. Show up.  Consistently. Create to completion. Ship. Be open to fail.  Often. Be open to success. Rinse and […]

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Faith to End the Kudzu-Like Phenomenon

by Jennifer September 24, 2011

The excavation of mental, physical and to-do list clutter continues.  Clearly this never-ending process is serving me in some way. Anyone I have ever talked to, been coached by or lived with has most likely seen or heard about this kudzu-like phenomenon.   The minute I get a small pile cleared out or a to-do list […]

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Why I Write

by Jennifer September 17, 2011

In class, we were prompted to explain why we write.  Very timely since I have been taking an unplanned sabbatical from this blog.  It was much easier to explain why I wasn’t writing than why I was.  But I closed my eyes, took a breath, and let my hand write. “Write” is the word I’ve […]

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On the Path of Energetic Clutter Clearing

by Jennifer July 8, 2011

I’ve made July and August months of housekeeping and clearing out of physical and, most importantly, energetic clutter. If you are anything like me, when “clearing out” starts to happen, things tend to get messier than before.   In the past, it has been a slippery slope during the middle messy part.  If I got distracted […]

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Dinner With Intuition

by Jennifer June 29, 2011

I’m a fan of intuition and clarity these days.  Visualizations help me use the former to bring about the latter.  My favorite prompt from #Trust30  this week provided a simple visualization that raised my eyebrows.  You can read more about the #Trust30 writing initiative here. Prompt: Intuition by Susan Piver The secret of fortune is […]

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Ground Truth is Sometimes Wholly Strange and New

by Jennifer June 22, 2011

My favorite prompt from #Trust30 this week took me back about three years.  My response is an excerpt from a blog post written after leaving the corporate world to become a coach.  #Trust30  is an online initiative and 30-day writing challenge that encourages you to look within and trust yourself.  You can read more about […]

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Happiness in the Deep End

by Jennifer June 12, 2011

#Trust30 is an online initiative and 30-day writing challenge that encourages you to look within and trust yourself.  There are 30 days of prompts inspired by Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Self-Reliance.   I am only posting my favorite of the week right now. There’s nothing saying that I won’t circle back and blog about a few more […]

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Fifteen Minutes to Live

by Jennifer June 5, 2011

#Trust30 is an online initiative and 30-day writing challenge that encourages you to look within and trust yourself.  There are 30 days of prompts inspired by Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Self-Reliance.   If you want to receive the daily prompts via e-mail, sign up here. This has The Truth Experience written all over it!  I’m a […]

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