How To Get Going on the Things That Really Count

The following post is from Jeff of My Super-Charged Life: Isn’t it easy to put things off? It is often the most important things in life, those that count the most, that get pushed to the back burner.  We tell ourselves we should get going on it, but we don’t.  We fail to act.  We…

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When Marriage Gets Tough

Have you ever been to a place in your marriage where you wondered if you would make it? Or where you felt trapped because divorce was simply not an option but it seemed so hard to consider the future in relation to your present? I have. I should say we have because I know Sean…

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Forget Balance…Let’s Juggle Instead

Ah, work-life balance. Such a hot topic these days, no? One of the benefits of being a woman and mother in 2012 is that there are a million options for men and women alike, and we no longer need to make a choice between family and career. In fact, earlier this week, Tsh at Simple…

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The History of Mobility and Innovation

Last week, Sean and I traveled to Detroit, Michigan -- courtesy of Ford -- to attend the North American International Auto Show as well as Ford's Design & Innovation Fantasy Camp. Throughout this week, I'll be sharing some of the things I learned with you, not only about Ford as a company, but about the…

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The Secret to Breaking Bad Habits
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The Secret to Breaking Bad Habits

The following post is from Jeff of My Super-Charged Life: My friend wants to break her bad habits. “I’m tired of people looking down on me,” she says. “I want to lose weight and be able to fit into stylish clothes.” “So, why don’t you eat less and exercise?”, I ask. “I try, but I…

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Time to Leave Fantasy Island

The following post is from Jeff of My Super-Charged Life: This might be a stretch for many of you, but do you remember the television show Fantasy Island? I watched it with my family back in the late 70s and early 80s as a teenager.  It was one of our favorites.  We all piled on…

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Do What You CAN to Achieve More

The following post is from Jeff of My Super-Charged Life: Do you feel stuck? It seems we often get so focused on what we CAN’T do that we forget there are things we CAN do to achieve more. There are obstacles in our way for everything.  But in the history of the world, nothing would…

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Do You Have the Discernment to Succeed?
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Do You Have the Discernment to Succeed?

The following post is from Jeff of My Super-Charged Life: Success in life is mostly about making the right choices. The way you choose to act or react to the circumstances in your life defines the results you get.  This seems simple and straightforward enough, right?  If you continue with this logic, then it only…

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The Life Your Way eBook Club: How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too {Week 4}

We're chatting about How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too -- an ebook I wrote to empower other moms to pursue their passions while investing in their families -- with additional resources and printables each week. If you heaven't already, be sure to check out the Week 1, Week 2 and Week 3…

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The Life Your Way eBook Club: How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too {Week 3}

We're chatting about How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too -- an ebook I wrote to empower other moms to pursue their passions while investing in their families -- with additional resources and printables each week. If you heaven't already, be sure to check out the Week 1 and Week 2 discussions, download…

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