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No Time To Kill

When I was thirty four years old, I learned there was “no time to kill.” I was in a marriage that was free falling, I worked at a job that I hated and I discovered much to my horror that the fetus I was carrying had morphed into a cancerous blob described to me as a “molar pregnancy,” clinically known as a hytdatidform mole.  During my treatment and recovery, I discovered a book that altered the course of my life.  The bestseller was written by Melody Beattie and it was titled, Codependent No ...
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Why Fly Solo? Things Go Better With a Co-Pilot.

A friend of mine is a private pilot and flight instructor and has been for many years. I recently queried Mike about flying solo versus with a co-pilot. While he loves flying solo, Mike was quick to share that flying with a co-pilot is great and has many benefits: it's always easier and safer. It's more fun to have someone along for the ride. Having a co-pilot ensures resources are properly utilized. When necessary, the co-pilot can provide assistance, feedback, another set of eyes and another ...
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Transforming Your Performance – and Your Life

 “How’d you do last year?” people ask. We think about it and we casually answer with what is fresh in our minds - the last few months or weeks or days. 2009 was a tough year for many: job losses, health problems, family issues, or other disappointments. Yet for some, the year was good. despite the surrounding conditions. What makes the difference in performance and achievement? How can we do better while all about us seems to be unstable or even crumbling?...
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