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Do you understand the magic in knowing and living your values?

Do you understand the magic in knowing and living your values?

A strong worldview will let you know when you need to do the right thing for the wrong reason; or when maybe you should actually do the wrong thing for the right reason. For example, sometimes the best thing we can do is to tell someone “no.” Saying no can be a gift, in the same way, that discipline is love. 

Your core values are the foundation of your worldview. But there is another important component that varies for each of us and that even changes over our life. These are our character strengths — what we value in ourselves and others.

Ready to Learn How to Make Your Own Luck?

Ready to Learn How to Make Your Own Luck?

And, How to Avoid Making the Biggest Mistake of Your Career while you're at it? In my experience, women, including myself, often feel like we need a Ph.D. before we can call ourselves an expert. Pretty much every woman I know has at some point (or daily) suffered from...

Who are you meant to BE?

I Challenge You to Design a Career of FREEDOM and PURPOSE Who are you meant to be? What are you meant to do? Too often we leave our dreams behind somewhere in our teenage years, setting off on a path to please or on a path of rebellion, not necessarily checking in to...

Master the art of working and living.

Doves of Peace, by Bill BorderBill is my father and he has Mastered the Art of Living A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play, his labour and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation. He hardly...