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A Full & Thankful Heart: Gratitude on Mother’s Day

A Full & Thankful Heart: Gratitude on Mother’s Day

Always standing between me and anyone else was my mother’s voice. While it took me a number of years to learn, today I realize that until there was a healing between my mother and I, there would be no peace, and no healthy relationship with any other person

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CoVID-19 Virus. Esteemable Acts

CoVID-19 Virus. Esteemable Acts

Right now, we are living in desperate times. The CoVID-19 virus has hit our nation hard. Schools are shutting down, layoffs are happening, and the future is starting to seem bleak. You might have no idea what your future holds. You might be crying out for help. On the...

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Esteemable Behavior

Esteemable Behavior

One of my mentors left a powerful legacy when he said, “we judge ourselves by our intentions, but the world judges us by our actions”. Then recently I found this wonderful piece that says it all for me:…

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Signs of Low Self-Esteem in Children

Signs of Low Self-Esteem in Children

Self-Esteem comes from DOING Esteemable Acts - one action at a time! Back in 2011, I received an interesting question from one of my Twitter followers @PRBranding, and I wanted to discuss how relevant that question still is today. The blunt question was this: “Do you...

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Be Still

Be Still

For many years, I diligently and faithfully read my daily meditations. I took my time while reading and digesting every single word, … But over the years, I became lazy and careless in my approach to my readings.

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Great Leaders Take Responsibility for Their Actions

Great Leaders Take Responsibility for Their Actions

A good leader uses failure as a teaching tool. How? When we learn to use our failures as stepping stones to our successes, we are building our self-esteem through overcoming choices. As a leader, you are responsible for how your business, your department, or your group of subordinates succeed. Blaming others is quite ridiculous when you’re the person in charge.

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