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Powerful Affirmations to help you thrive in 2019

I have consciously used affirmations for years and I know for sure that positive affirmations have the power to help you create the reality you deeply desire Doors open when you least expect them to and amazing people and situations show up in your life. Even when nothing tangible is evident, you feel more peaceful because your mind feels more programmed into thinking positive thoughts.

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Are you a Happy Resource?

Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions. Dalai Lama Last week, I met with  two human resources professionals who teased about calling themselves ‘Happy Resources’ instead of ‘Human Resources”.   They take on their role quite seriously in the organization but have consciously…

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Can words of affirmation give you the confidence to secure a job, improve your relationship and become more empowered to face challenges?

“As an Internationally Trained Professional, I faced (for two years) the barriers/challenges that most immigrants face such as lack of Canadian experience, lack of credential assessment, lack of labour market information and the worst – lack of a job. The overwhelming weight of these…

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What is the cost of NOT pushing your boundaries?

“No” is a complete sentence. Anne Lamott Pushing boundaries (going beyond setting boundaries) is something which I have not always been comfortable with but it is something which I have come to value more as I get older.  It is perhaps because I care less about…

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Stop thinking. Do it. Quickest counselling session…

A colleague shared her first and fastest employment counselling session she had in Canada, which lasted for 15 minutes and moved her from thinking to action. She told the employment counsellor that she wanted to teach French in the public service and that she had…

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Do you deliver 70% or 100%?

“Don’t expect others to do things exactly as you would do it yourself. If you can deliver at least 70%, it is o.k.” These were the words of my mentor advising me on how to deal with a project several years ago. Why was…

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Are you intelligent? How do you know?

“Do you think Sara is intelligent?” my friend asked me. “I don’t know” I asked. It depends on the situation. This led into a long, winding conversation because I don’t think that people should be labeled as intelligent or non-intelligent. We have created so…

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