Mindful In May

By Holly Duckworth, LSP, CAE, CMP. - May 27, 2019
Categories: Mindful Business, mindfulness

What Have You Got to Lose? Risk Life“Death is not the biggest fear we have; our biggest fear is taking the risk to be alive – the risk to be alive and express what we really are.” ~ Don Miguel RuizI know some of you will read this and go, “I have a family, job, […]

Mindful In May – Balance Head & Heart – Live Video Inspiration

By Holly Duckworth, LSP, CAE, CMP. - May 26, 2019
Categories: Uncategorized

Balance Head & Heart“Science brings knowledge; spirituality brings meaning. We need them both.” ~ Unknown I tend to be an all-in or all-out person. This makes living a mindful life a little tricky sometimes. The present moment can require a shade of grey somewhere in the middle. Where are you stuck and making a black […]

Mindful In May Scarce No More – Live Video Inspiration

By Holly Duckworth, LSP, CAE, CMP. - May 25, 2019
Categories: Uncategorized

Scarce No More“The biggest of our illusions is the trance of scarcity.” ~ Dr. Roger Teel Where in your life are you believing or thinking something is in short supply? Is it money, health, family, or friends? There. Go there. There is where you can begin being mindful today. Shine the light of your energy […]

Mindful In May – Vision & Accomplishment

By Holly Duckworth, LSP, CAE, CMP. - May 24, 2019
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Vision & Accomplishment “What you visualize, you actualize.” ~ Holly Duckworth With this new day, you have the opportunity, and the obligation, to visualize what you want to have happen. Do not get caught up in awful-iz-ing. Actualize. Spend a few minutes seeing what you want to happen and sensing that it is actually happening […]

Mindful In May – Reward What You Want To Become

By Holly Duckworth, LSP, CAE, CMP. - May 23, 2019
Categories: Uncategorized

Reward What You Want To Become“The highest reward for man’s toil is not what he gets for it, but what he becomes by it.” ~ John Ruskin In a world that is always challenging us to become more, it can be easy to covet the person who is or has what we want to become. […]