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Orchestrating Balance

Tamera LoerzelMore By This AuthorI am often asked, “How do you do it?” referencing my working full time with plenty of travel, raising three children, being married to a wonderful man going on 29 years, in addition to running, practicing yoga, and participating in church and other community activities. Just reading that list leaves me […]
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Goal Achieved? So What’s Next?

Jack LeeMore By This AuthorIn my last blog, I examined what is essential to goal setting and achieving, and concluded that “telling others” was the most important and essential action you can take. Yes, it is important and necessary to set big, hairy, “stretch” goals, while also being realistic about your current “as is” state […]
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New Beginnings

Jennifer WilsonMore By This AuthorEach New Year brings an awesome opportunity to start fresh, to do away with the unhealthy, unnecessary and the unproductive. While we’re giving the heave ho to the negative in our lives, most of us also commit to new, more positive behaviors and habits. What are you committed to leave behind, […]
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From Resolution to Reality

Sylvia LaneMore By This AuthorThis time of year, we routinely create a list of New Year’s Resolutions. By the end of December, we often discover when we look over the original list that we missed the target. Let’s start this year understanding that according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary a “resolution is a firm, determined expression […]
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Community Awareness: Beneficial Both Personally and Professionally

Brianna MarthMore By This AuthorThis past November, my fiancé and I attended a graduation and awards dinner honoring the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce Leadership Bellevue Class of 2015. I was part of that class and one of thirteen who received a plaque and certificate of completion for the ten monthly meetings. I had an idea […]
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