Tag Archives: visualization

Say My Name (Correctly!)

My job responsibilities have grown, and I find myself in more Zoom calls with senior colleagues I’ve never met. A lot of people find my name hard to pronounce, so I make a point to introduce myself clearly when I … Continue reading

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Immerse Yourself 

Look, really look, at the colors and textures in this photo. Let your eyes explore the patterns of light and shadows. Sense the Movement of the water, like the ebb and flow of your breathing -rising as you breathe in … Continue reading

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Potential

What is your greatest strength? My greatest strength is the ability to see the potential, whether in people or in an idea, and to craft that potential into reality. – Lauren Brevner Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments … Continue reading

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Beyond Bars

Have you ever read something that makes you pause and reflect, and sometimes gives you chills? Earlier this year I read about a program called  “Beyond These Bars.” The goal of this program is to provide inmates in solitary confinement … Continue reading

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Gift Your Name

When you introduce yourself, visualize that you’re taking the name from your heart and offering it forward. “It instantly helps me connect more deeply with the person I’m speaking to, make the conversation more genuine. -Abby Raphel Positively Purging-I welcome … Continue reading

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