Find Your Heart and You Will Find Your Way

Find Your Heart and You Will Find Your Way

Dr. Lara has been in private practice for over 12 years. She loves her patients and gets along OK with her partners, but she was longing for something more. She has a vision, something that excites her. She sees a way to prevent common challenges her patients come to her with every day.

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Saying No When You Already Said Yes

Saying No When You Already Said Yes

Saying No Is Hard. On a short family vacation, I had some time to relax, think and get clear about my priorities. I realized I was spread too thin and had noticed some projects I had agreed to really didn’t fit into my top priorities. When I said “yes”, I was excited...

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Turning A To Do List In To Your Success List

Turning A To Do List In To Your Success List

Overbooked, and overextended, it feels like there is more and more we “simply must get done”! When everything starts to feel equally important in your busy day, how do you decide the order of your to do list? Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of...

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Magic Doesn’t Happen in the Middle

Magic Doesn’t Happen in the Middle

Like you, I have a lot of roles and relationships I care a lot about; family, work, mentor, community member- oh, don’t forget myself! All too often I am focusing on what I need to do next in all these domains. My anxiety levels go up and my self-confidence goes down....

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Being Agile is Authentic

Being Agile is Authentic

So much is changing in healthcare, and often the best choices are unclear. The change in medicine is not where my clients seem to struggle. Managing relationships, where they are called to constantly morph to adapt to new situations, is more challenging. Managing...

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Prescription for Effective Change

Prescription for Effective Change

Why do most change efforts fail or only partially achieve their full potential? The primary reason is not paying adequate attention to the reality that all change is an emotional event. Moving away from a current state (known) to a desired future state (unknown) can...

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Making Decisions with Emotions

Making Decisions with Emotions

Emotions can give you an advantage in decision making if you make proper use of them. We're constantly faced with too much information to process consciously. If your brain comes across something it appraises as a "red flag," you'll be sent a message in the form of...

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