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Every now and then I have a moment of clarity when I suddenly see myself in a way that promotes change.

Every year around this time, I invite you to stop and reflect on the positive changes you’ve made in your life.  Since the quality of your life is directly related to the quality of relationship you have with yourself, it’s important to be your own best champion. When you feel good about who you are, you allow better things – people, experiences, jobs, opportunities, etc. – into your life. Taking the time to inventory your positive changes is an important step in developing this stronger relationship. And it’s a key way to reinforce good habits.

On Saturday morning, just before leaving for the "I Can Do It" conference here in Toronto this weekend, I was inspired to use my own advice. I was rushing around the house trying to pack and organize so I'd be ready to meet the car taking me to the airport. 

Cheryl Richardson > What Could I Do To Love Myself More in 2016?

“What could I do to love myself more in 2016?” I asked my husband and a few close friends this question given what they know about me and how I live my life.

Happy New Year! I know it’s the time of year when we make resolutions, set goals, and focus on how we need to grow and change and evolve in the coming year.  But, here’s what I’m thinking…

Cheryl Richardson > Lose Your Self-Consciousness

The funny thing about being yourself is that you have to lose your self-consciousness – the habit of judging yourself – in order to do it.  You need to become so immersed in the moment and within yourself, that you begin to channel your pure creative spirit.

I know life requires us to be present to everything – the success and sadness, the peace and pain.  Learning to be with all of our feelings is fertilizer for growth and healing.

Cheryl Richardson > Who Are The Sheep In Your Herd?

I’m no longer willing to spend the precious time I have left on the planet dodging sarcasm, feigning interest in boring topics, or defending my choice to live an examined life.

Cheryl Richardson > Here’s What to Do When You Can’t Forgive

Yesterday, during a break from the nonstop snowstorms here in the Northeast, I strapped on snowshoes and went outside for a walk.  As I trudged through the powdery, fresh snow, I made a spontaneous decision to dedicate my walk to forgiveness.  

Cheryl Richardson > Let Me Disappoint You

I hate being disappointed.  There's nothing worse than getting your hopes up only to have them squelched when something doesn't turn out the way you plan.  And that's precisely why I hate to disappoint others.  Over the years I've watched myself go on autopilot when someone asks for a favor, saying "yes" when I know in my gut that I'd rather not do it.  Or I've suffered, spending too much time trying to come up with a graceful way to let someone down so they wouldn't feel hurt or angry at my "no."

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