Category Archives: inspiration

What Inspires You?

“100 Dreams? I can barely think of 10 big things that I want, big enough to call them dreams anyway!”This is a common response to one of the first activities I ask my coaching clients to begin. That’s right, I … Continue reading

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Before There Was a Blog…

Before there was The Intersection of Purpose and Now, there was an inspiring moment that I acted on… …that’s what happens at the Intersection of Purpose and Now – external inspiration, leads to internal motivation, leads to intention and purpose, … Continue reading

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Keep Your Fire Burning

by Becky Morris Attending a conference of colleagues, for me, is both inspiring and rejuvenating. It is an opportunity to reconnect with old friends, hear new ideas, discover what tactics are being effective and reconfirm my belief in what I … Continue reading

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Inspiration Ethics – The Value of Integrity

This is a copy of the latest installment in my “Inspiration Ethics” series of articles available through Ezine Articles — Do you have your own code of ethics? What if your core values were obvious in your daily actions and … Continue reading

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Join Me on the Razor’s Edge

“The man I am writing about is not famous. It may be that he never will be. It may be that when his life at last comes to an end he will leave no more trace of his sojourn on … Continue reading

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