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Words That Inspire - SIMPLIFY
What do you gain if you SIMPLIFY?
to reduce to basic essentials, to diminish in scope or complexity, to make more intelligible.
What it REALLY means:
removing clutter and interference from your life and work; looking at large obstacles as the sum of small challenges; choosing to do less, have less, want less.
Why it MATTERS?
SIMPLIFYing, both physically and mentally, leaves more space for creativity, problem-solving, and exploring. Decision making is clearer, communication is enhanced and personal enjoyment is increased.
Questions that INSPIRE:
? What personal or professional situation would you like to SIMPLIFY?
? How would SIMPLIFYing make you feel?
? What do you gain if you SIMPLIFY?
? What barriers are in the way of SIMPLIFYing this situation?
? What one action can you make today to SIMPLIFY?
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*(Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, 1977, G. & C. Merriam Co.)
© 2004 Julie Cohen
Julie Cohen, PCC, is a Career and Personal Coach. She supports her clients to achieve greater career satisfaction. Formerly an Internal Executive Coach at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young LLC, she was part of the design team responsible for developing and implementing a national coaching program. Julie brings over fifteen years experience in corporate, non-profit and entrepreneurial entities to her work as a human development professional. Julie has a BA in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and a MS in Counseling from Villanova University. She is a graduate of Corporate Coach University International's and Coach University's Training Programs, is a Past-President of the Philadelphia Area Coaches Alliance and a member of the International Coach Federation. She can be reached at http://www.juliecohencoaching.com
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