3 funny resources to amp up your success on your own terms (including a pole dancing fireman)

In this month’s Rock.Paper.Scissors’ newsletter I review Danielle LaPorte’s hot new book, The Fire Starter Sessions.  Read the other posts with the entire review, or 3 real resources for success or keep reading for some funny resources that will help you amp up success on your own terms (or at least get your chuckling while you […]


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The Fire Starter Sessions – a soulful practical guide to creating success on your own terms

In this month’s Rock.Paper.Scissors’ newsletter I review Danielle LaPorte’s hot new book.  Stay tuned for the next two blog posts where I’ll share some resources related to the book’s theme of success. Read the entire newsletter here or download a hard copy of the article.  Not already receiving our free monthly newsletters?  Whatsamatter you?  Sign up  […]


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How do you see success? A view from a clown & the Life Lenses™

I had my chuckle of the day when a client, from the organization called S.U.C.C.E.S.S no less, sent me the above cartoon. What’s your idea of success? It’s a perspective clearing question.  Your aim is true and clear if you know what you value success-wise.  Here are some lenses on success. Success from a Carrot […]


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The road to success may be under construction but you should always be the site foreman

Danielle Wilson, the smart and savvy President and Founder of Sweet Peanut Clothing Company suggests “we should know what our picture of success looks like.  We should know what we want and then build a picture of what that looks like.” I really tuned in when she walked her talk by relating how she’d turned […]


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When scales don’t tell the truth- how do you judge success?

I’m graduating from the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs E-series program soon and the other day I tried on a dress that I want to wear to the party.  I was trying it on because it was too big and I needed to have it measured to take in. That was my first shocker.  It fit.  […]


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My extended quirky to do list part 7 – to’odle

My last 6 posts describe an extended, quirky to-do list tool that I use in my corporate training (click here to download a copy for you to use).  It has 5 parts: – to do, to continue doing,  to stop doing, to not do, to done (no, the last one’s not a typo) (here’s a […]


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