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DATA LOST

DATA LOST

Last night, my friend said, “it was a ‘hilly day’. I spent 45 minutes thinking about what went wrong so that I wouldn’t repeat it.” “The parts of the day that went well—why did they work?,” I asked. “Oh, I never assess what went well. I just

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Struggling to Win

Struggling to Win

STRUGGLE. It’s the opposite of moving swiftly and gracefully toward success. “make forceful or violent efforts to get free of restraint or constriction.” Client: “Dr. Tricia—I should have figured this out by now. I own a successful company. I’m smart. Why is it so hard? I feel

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Choosing Your Emotional Nutrition

Choosing Your Emotional Nutrition

TRIUMPH. She had decided that deafness would not define her future. From the ashes of losing the life she’d always imagined, she would rebuild something different. Last night, I watched America’s Got Talent – which is exactly what it sounds like, a talent competition. The last contestant,

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GPS

GPS

PERSONAL NAVIGATION FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE I like to move fast. My clients prefer the speed of light. The irony in the discipline of reflection is that slowing down allows you to speed up. We have no way to learn from our mistakes, gauge our progress, or ensure that

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Silent Triumphs

Silent Triumphs

Earlier this week, everything seemed to be going wrong. I had carved time for my most important project, and the project was an epic fail. I used every psychological trick at my disposal to fight the desire to give up. Stepping up to the plate again was

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Overcoming Dieting

Overcoming Dieting

Dieting creates a pattern of dichotomous thinking and rebellion that is difficult to break. Even though it is more comfortable to think that someone else’s plan will be the magic solution, traditional dieting simply increases feelings of failure. Below are questions and suggestions to help you find

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The Foundation of Assertiveness

The Foundation of Assertiveness

Assertiveness is a game that requires both emotional and practical skill. The necessary emotional component is the belief that you matter. Your time matters, your preference matters, your feelings matter. If you believe that other people are truly more important than you, there will be no strength

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A Broader View of Intelligence

A Broader View of Intelligence

In 1983, developmental psychologist, Howard Gardner, proposed a theory of multiple intelligences. Rather than viewing intelligence as reflected only in the academic sense, he described eight discrete areas of ability that allow people to thrive. Two of these, intrapersonal (knowledge of self) and interpersonal (knowledge of others)

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Are You the Goose? Intersecting Personal and Financial Asset Protection

Are You the Goose? Intersecting Personal and Financial Asset Protection

Here’s a quick review for those of you who do not know the story. There was a goose who laid golden eggs. The farmer who owned the goose got greedy. He cut open the goose to collect all of the golden eggs at once. (See Protecting the

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Strategize to Increase Success

Strategize to Increase Success

Essential to peak performance is the ability to figure out both the strategy and the tactics that will allow you to reach your goals. Part of building strategy is an awareness of the personal psychological roadblocks that slow your progress. For example, I recall a businessman who was

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