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"To get something done is an accomplishment.

To get something done right is an achievement.

Aim for success, not perfection!

The tragedy of life isn't not reaching your goals.

The tragedy lies in not having written goals to reach.

Behind every successful person are many failures.

Believe in unlimited potential.

There will never be a better time to begin than right now.

The first person who has to believe in you is you!

Failure is only an opportunity to begin again more intelligently.

If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.

The ladder of success is best climbed by stepping on the rungs of opportunity."

via Jerry Siegel jerry@jasbmanagement.com

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It’s tricky to know when to let go and  make confident choices to continue, restart or  toss.  Below are four strategies to attain and maintain emotional flexibility:

  • Non-attachment to outcome (Zen philosophy) is as important as getting started and doing our best on the path to reaching desired outcome-goals.
  • Practice detachment so that you will see when things aren’t worth pursuing, when it’s time to release and let go.
  • EFT (read morehttp://www.balanceandpower.com/eft ) is an enormously helpful tool in mastering these often challenging processes.
  • Seek support and a brainstorming-venting soundboard to explore your choices-prioritizing-focus issues.  I offer a FREE twenty minutes phone consultation to create a customized coaching program with you.  My coaching is via phone-email or face-to-face one to one and small group sessions in Baldwin, Long Island, N.Y. and groups on your site.  eileen@balanceandpower.com 516 623 4353.

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One of my favorite authors of philosophical fiction is Paulo Coelho. If you’ve read The Alchemist- or not- I encourage any philosopher to read all dozen + of his fiction masterpieces.

I’m now reading “Brida.”   It’s consistently amzing to me is how the author understands women so well…

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