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The Time is Now

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This time of the year is always considered to be very special. With the festive season underway and the anticipation of the New Year, your mood also changes. You begin to reflect on how the year has treated you, everything you have been through and what lies ahead. It's truly a great time to just stop and be still. Let yourself feel proud of your journey, whatever it may be until this point and time. Let it sink in that you have come so far and are ready to make next year even better! Spend time with loved ones, wrap up long pending things, reorganize and redecorate, tune into color, dress up and do all the things that make you feel sparkly from the outside. To take care of your inside...(To continue reading this blog, go to www.atozencoaching.com)

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Word of the Day: Courage

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How many of you think of the word Courage in your day to day life? And if you do, how often? It's a word that has the ability to be a part of everything we think, do, feel and share. But still, we go about our lives without giving Courage much thought....until something happens that stops us dead in our own tracks! It could be a life-altering decision a situation or even a tragedy that forces us to act out of Courage. To continue reading this blog, go to www.atozencoaching.com

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A Legendary Life…

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Steve Jobs, the mastermind behind Apple's iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMac and iTunes, has died, Apple said. Jobs was 56. Jobs died "peacefully" surrounded by family members, his family said in a statement. Neither Jobs' family nor Apple revealed where Jobs died or from what cause, though in recent years he had fought a form of pancreatic cancer and had a liver transplant. To continue reading this article, go to www.atozencoaching.com

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Our Journey Called Life…

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A lot of people are in a continuous battle with themselves. On one hand, there is this constant strive to love & discover oneself and live a more fulfilled and purposeful life. On the other hand, they tear themselves apart and are sometimes critical to the point that there is no room for a self-break. And to add to this, we are always wanting to achieve something, get somewhere and become something else. All of these thoughts lead people to be in a constant state of cross-fire. By focusing on getting somewhere else... (To continue reading this Blog, log in to www.atozencoaching.com)

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