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August 6, 2014



What does it mean to be kind to yourself?

t might be to forgive yourself for not being perfect or for making a mistake. For doing something you now regret or not doing something you wish you had. It might be to ask for help or support when you need it. 


Being kind to yourself might be putting your personal commitments on your "to-do" list--along with all your other obligations and responsibilities. To make healthy choices, like eating right or taking time to exercise, relax, reflect, laugh.

It might be doing something that brings you joy. 
One thing I do to be kind to myself is wander around my garden, marvel at what's growing and take pictures of flowers, like the one above.

If you think being kind to yourself is an exercise in self-indulgence with no real bottom-line benefits, I disagree. It's the wisest way to help reduce stress and be more positive and productive at work and at home.

Remember, today is "Be Kind to Yourself Day" and so is tomorrow. How will you be kind to yourself every day? Inspire others by sharing on my Facebook Page or reply back to me. I love hearing from you!


To Your Wisdom, 



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Learn to "DESIGN Your Ideal Life!"
If you are in the Atlanta area, I personally invite you to attend "DESIGN Your Ideal Life!" at the ProWIN luncheon on Wednesday, September 17, at Villa Christina at Perimeter.

I'll share five surprisingly simple strategies to live with purpose and passion, like defining your life purpose and nurturing the moment. 

ProWIN events are always a great opportunity to network with a savvy group of professional women and a few smart men. Join me!

Have You Heard What They're Saying?
"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."
Tiffany Jenkins, Director of Audit Services

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Hire a Speaker Who Inspires Success!
Tricia Molloy is a leadership speaker on work-life balance and professional development through wise business practices.

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.

They are available as employee development talks, workshops and webinars, and conference keynotes. Join organizations like Kimberly-Clark, IBM, The Home Depot and the Project Management Institute and benefit from these innovative programs.

Tricia also offers one-on-one Wisdom Mentoring for women entrepreneurs and professionals.

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Special Working with Wisdom Offer

WwW BookWhen you purchase 
Working with Wisdom as a paperback or ebook on my website, you'll receive the MP3 audio book free. Just write "audio book" in the instructions section when you check out. 

Each track is a separate chapter or principle and designed to inspire you on your daily commute or walk. 

You can also download the CRAVE
Your Goals! and DESIGN Your Ideal



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