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Enjoying Your Success?

A common belief is that success will increase your sense of confidence, security, freedom and happiness. Having a big bank account is often considered synonymous with success and key to reaping its rewards. 900 more words

Deborah Jane Wells

The Wonderful World of 'What If'

In “I Dwell in Possibility,” beloved poet Emily Dickinson wrote:

I dwell in Possibility –
A fairer House than Prose –
More numerous of Windows – 581 more words

Deborah Jane Wells

It's Never Too Late to LIVE ON PURPOSE: Free Program Launching 8/2/15

Imagine a world where each of us celebrated and shared our unique individual mix of talents and perspectives to co-create a just, sustainable and peaceful planet! 372 more words

Deborah Jane Wells

Burning Your Ships!

Many years ago, seafaring Viking explorers had an inspired practice. When they arrived on the shores of a new land, they would unload all of their supplies and then burn their ships. 439 more words

Deborah Jane Wells

FREE COACHING OPPORTUNITY MARCH 15-APRIL 4, 2015: How Life Coaching Changes Lives

If you’re ready to take your life to the next level—personally and professionally—then this FREE telesummit is for you.

As a member of the Board of Advisors for the International Association of Professional Life Coaches™ (IAPLC), I’m excited to share an upcoming opportunity for FREE coaching—this year’s IAPLC annual summit. 234 more words

Deborah Jane Wells

Give Your Gifts to the Fullest

You were born with a unique combination of gifts that nobody else possesses. When you choose to use those gifts for the betterment of everyone around you, you optimize your own sense of fulfillment and enhance the energetic frequency of every being and situation you encounter just by freely expressing your authentic self. 296 more words

Deborah Jane Wells

Advancing Your Authentic Agenda

Ever invest an entire day (week, month or year) answering emails, reading reports and fielding phone calls only to end up feeling you didn’t really accomplish anything. 534 more words

Deborah Jane Wells