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July 31, 2015




Routines are a great way to build discipline and be consistent with your habits. Unfortunately, when routines turn into ruts, we suffer.


Trying new things raises your energy and sparks creativity. It boosts your problem-solving skills and builds confidence. It helps you achieve the goals that matter most to you. 


Routines feel safe and familiar, which often makes it hard to vary. So, how can you keep it fresh and enjoy these benefits? Let's start with small changes. Once a week, for the next four weeks, decide to try something new. Put it on your calendar. Tell a friend. Do whatever you need to do to follow through.


Here are some ideas:

  • Take a new exercise class at the gym.
  • Drive a new way home from work.
  • Read a magazine you've never read before, like Sports Illustrated, Popular Mechanics, Vanity Fair or National Geographic.
  • Call up a Facebook friend that you only know online and have a real conversation.
  • Try a fruit or vegetable you've never eaten before.
  • Learn a new hobby, like nature photography (that's my photo above), painting, knitting or ethnic cooking.


What will you do to keep it fresh? Share your wisdom on my Facebook Page or reply back to me. I love hearing from you!  


To Your Wisdom, 

Tricia Molloy

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Have You Heard What They're Saying?

"After Tricia presented 'CRAVE Your Goals!' at a Network of Executive Women event, I knew our team needed to hear her message. We are a busy, driven group of management consultants that spend most of the week on the road at our clients' offices. Tricia encouraged us to slow down for a moment and focus on what really matters, not only in our professional lives, but also in our personal lives. Since she spoke, I've heard my colleagues talk about letting go of unnecessary obligations, cleaning out clutter and creating vision boards that remind them of what they're working towards." 

Cathy Chinich, Management Consultant
Capgemini Consulting



Reconnect, Reflect, Rejuvenate...You Deserve It!
If you're a woman who lives in the Atlanta area or can make a trip here, you're invited to join me for a special women's retreat on October 23 - 25 at the beautiful Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia. 

Between the heat of summer and the frantic demands of the holidays, there is no better time to take time for yourself. As the leaves turn, the nights get longer and the days get cooler, we get the opportunity to reflect on who we are and where we're going. 

Walk through the woods. Meditate at the lake. Sit on your balcony as you write in your journal and take a moment to enjoy the beauty of an autumn sunset over the gardens.

No hustle. No bustle. Just a weekend for you to reconnect, reflect and rejuvenate in the beauty of nature and the company of other women there for the same reason.

I'll share the stage with a great group of women as I show you how to enjoy more balance in your life. It's the perfect way to prepare for your best year yet in 2016. I hope to see you there!


Hire a Speaker Who Inspires Success!
Tricia Molloy is a leadership speaker on work-life balance and achieving goals 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.

They are available as employee development talks, workshops and webinars, and conference keynotes. Join organizations like AT&T, GE, The Home Depot and the Network of Executive Women and benefit from these innovative programs.

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



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