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  • Curiosity Did Not Kill the Cat

    We've all heard the age-old saying... "Curiosity killed the cat." Apparently this phrase has origins to 1598 (yes, the year 1598) – see for yourself.

    But I wonder, did it? I mean, after all, did curiosity really kill the cat?

    No.

    I can tell you this...

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  • Fundamental Core Needs of Humans

    One of my favorite exercises to run our clients through is writing out their vision, values and goals. They boil down what is most important to them and visualize their life living it. What's never in the vision is stress, worry, doubt, and fear. The most common contributors to these feelings are from their job and relationships.

    The next time someone or something is not meeting your expectations and you are upset, remember these things.

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