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To Do (Almost) Every Morning

This is my morning routine.  These are the tasks I would like to do each morning before moving on to a particular day’s Weekly Morning chores.  500 more words

Homemaking

SuccessConnect Highlights

Start with Heart

People, Passion, Purpose is the theme that is embedded throughout SuccessConnect this year from ensuring people recharge with the Well Being at Work centre to the insightful keynote sessions where business leaders shared their passion and purpose to envisioning the future of work. 415 more words

Talent Management

Finding Time to Write

It’s 4:30 a.m. I should have written this post when I had time on Monday.  Last night I thought, “Screw it, no one is going to notice I didn’t post on Wednesday.” Then I started feeling guilty and thought, “Well, if I wake up before 5:30 I’ll put something out.” So, here I am. 225 more words

Fiction Writing

Mid-Year Results are in...

And the verdict is blegh in a few (categories), met expectations in others, and exceeded in most. It’s easy to say “I’m good!” in response to someone asking how you’re doing. 626 more words

CWW 2018 (partial) week 1 update

686 words so far! I’m writing a very short piece, and I will actually need to edit it down to 500 words, but that’s going to happen after I get a few more details on the setting; I’ll write it all up and then edit it all down. 150 more words

Written Word

13 Action-Habits of Highly Self-Confident People

(c) Meg Selig, 2018.  All rights reserved.

Make a practice of these 13 habits and watch your confidence level soar!

There are many definitions of “self-confidence,” but my favorite is “how you feel when you are being your best self,” a beautiful description from Caroline Webb, author of  1,572 more words

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