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Living into Your Passions
Check your fears around living a passionate life and then build a plan for moving beyond them. As a coach, I always recommend starting with the easiest or less life changing passion such as identifying a passion that can be turned into a hobby.
Chunking Your 2017 Goals
Chunking Your 2017 Goals; Now that we know that we increase our odds of success when we break down our goals into smaller parts, let’s return to the twelve week year. Due to the limitations of space with this blog, I cannot cover all of the aspects of the twelve week year but will cover what are a few critical aspects to success.
MARILYN MONROE’S ITCH TO BE FAMOUS
As a young girl, Norman Jean Baker had little idea that she would actually one day grow up to become the likes of “Marilyn Monroe.”
Marilyn Monroe and Barry Goldwater
In the case of Marilyn Monroe, she depended upon her friend Billy for every item in her Hollywood costume arsenal. All of her famed 20th Century-Fox costumes, Travilla designed; including the “white” pleated halter dress she wore
100 Year Celebration coming in 2017
Litchfield Park has become known for its award winning special events, concerts, festivals, and celebrations that take place over the year. Of the more than twenty events annually the City has been honored for their 25th Anniversary of Incorporation event, Christmas in the Park,
Do You Want to be Happy or Right?
From making true but destructive comments to an excessive need to be right to adding too much value, we jeopardize our relationships when we don’t allow the other to be their own perfect self.
A Turning Point
Because of the influence of WWII, Litchfield Park was changed from a small group of labor camps in the desert to a modern village whose inhabitants had most of the conveniences of a larger city.
An Attitude of Gratitude
Focusing on gratitude doesn’t mean taking large periods of time to make it happen. A quick reflection as you are waking or just before you go to sleep can provide the benefits discussed earlier in this blog. I think the following quote sums it up concisely:
HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE
For the films big fashion show scene, in keeping with designers like Christian Dior’s tradition to name each of his outfits, Travilla gave his costumes names that were all included in the films script: names such as; Rainbow Over the Everglades; Good Afternoon Sweetheart
Billy Travilla’s World
If Danielle Steel, the glamorous writer of hundreds of novels about fantasy lives,