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March is National Umbrella Month
Accuweather.com calls the umbrella the “least thought about but most useful invention.”

Simplicity and Technology
Too much technology use can be detrimental to your health. It’s not that users must give up technology altogether, rather experts feel there are many benefits to cutting back. Moderation is key.

What are your intentions?
According to Romanus Wolter, there are two types of intent: internal and external. Your internal intent are the reasons why achieving your goal is important to you. Your external intent shows you how achieving your goal benefits other people.

Focus on the Positive with Coach Diana Blake
“Periods of confusion usually precede periods of immense growth!” says Coach Diana Blake of New Leaf Coaching, LLC. Part 2 of a 2 Part interview.

Turn Over a New Leaf with Diana Blake
“The wonderful thing is that just recognizing a need or a problem and deciding you’d like to do something about it is a first step!” says Coach Diana Blake. Part 1 of a 2 Part interview.

National Entrepreneurship Week
For the seventh consecutive year, the Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education is recognizing the importance of small business owners during National Entrepreneurship Week February 16-23.

Study Learn Grow--Quotations
Learning is the heart of life coaching. Below are quotes about learning from some of my favorite authors.

Apply a successful technique to a difficult goal
Have you ever attempted to meet a particular goal repeatedly yet nothing seemed to work? Try this: look at a successful strategy you’ve used in the past for other goals. Then adapt the process to meet your current challenge.

Building Self-Discipline
A Little Progress Goes a Long Way

Private Success
“Optimism is, in itself, a kind of success, for it means you have a healthy, peaceful and contended mind. An exceedingly wealthy person can be a failure physically if his constant pessimism has given him ulcers.”—Napoleon Hill, A Year of Growing Rich

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