Just Say Yes!!

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Have you ever found yourself wishing you had a different seat at a party?  A different colleague for a project at work?  A different companion on the eight-hour flight home?  What if at that moment, you realized you were exactly where you were meant to be?  With exactly the right people?  Any person, no matter how they appear, might lead you to your yippee! Every year I attend a conference …
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You Are Here! Or… Are You?

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I’m a mapmaker. In order to lead you to your yippee, I make you a map.  I tend to start mapping your life and your possibilities as soon as I meet you. The Jane Pauley Show just asked me to mapmake for their listeners and I promised them I could make a yippee map with anyone on the spot, no matter who they were or what they wanted in their …
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What To Do In A New Situation

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You just started a job with a new company, you just signed up for a class with people you never met before, you moved to a new neighborhood, you are standing at the new CEO’s cocktail party and you don’t recognize a soul. No one knows about your experiences, your talents, all the things that make you unique.  You feel like you need to establish yourself, present your “credentials”, let …
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Have You Been Wronged? How To Make It Right!

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Have you ever been treated unfairly? Did someone more powerful than you blow off your concerns? Have you felt powerless to “get justice”? Has your powerlessness made you so angry you wanted to scream, or better yet, take revenge? Barb has definitely found her yippee.  She’s in love with her career as CEO of a very cute children’s clothing line.  Moms love Barb’s clothes because they stand up to washing …
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Se·ques·ter [səˈkwestər]

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Verb Isolate or hide away (someone or something): “the artist sequestered himself in his studio for two years”. Have you sequestered your Yippee? What you want to do may be right in front of you.  BUT you won’t bring it out of the closet because you are afraid: It won’t make you enough money. There’s too much competition in that market. You’re too old. Too young. You have no contacts …
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