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June 30, 2014



"In the long run, we shape our lives, 

and we shape ourselves. 
The process never ends until we die. 
And the choices we make are ultimately 
our own responsibility."

Eleanor Roosevelt


Each day, we make hundreds of choices. We choose when to flag wake up, what to wear, what to eat, how to get to work and what to do when we get there. We choose who we'll talk to, what we'll say and how we'll say it. 

We choose love and trust or fear and worry. We choose whether to be optimistic or fatalistic, reflective or reactive, cooperative or combative, grateful or needy, compassionate or judgmental. We choose to burst out of the box and take risks or stay in our comfort zone and play it safe. 


When it comes to our goals--like attracting ideal clients or getting healthy--we make choices that either bring us closer or take us farther away from what we say we want to achieve.  

Most of us will celebrate our freedoms this week in recognition of Independence Day. I encourage you to celebrate your freedom to choose. Set an intention to make smart, conscious choices that support your success. 

Next time you contemplate a choice, whether it's responding to a demanding customer or managing your money, ask, "What would my higher self do?" That's a powerful way to connect with the wisdom within you. Remember to take the time to wait for the answer. 


What do you choose? Post it on my Facebook Page or reply back to me. I love hearing from you!


To Your Wisdom, 



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"Simple but brilliant! That's Tricia Molloy's 'Work-Life Balance Wisdom' program. 
"Tricia spoke to more than 600 AT&T employees at our headquarters in Dallas and via webcast to AT&T offices throughout the country. She got us to think about our lives in a different way. Her empowering message struck a chord with so many of us, regardless of our level or lifestyle. We followed up the event with a book giveaway to encourage participants to improve their balance by making conscious choices-like cleaning out technical clutter and using positive affirmations. 
"Even a respected senior executive who is known for her commitment to balance said she learned some new strategies that she'll apply right away."
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Her Working with Wisdom programs, CRAVE Your Goals!, DESIGN Your Ideal Life! and Work-Life Balance Wisdom, inspire people to be more positive, proactive and productive so they can achieve their priority goals faster and easier.
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