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October 27 , 2012 / Julie Gurner / No Comments

Getting What You’re Worth: Four Things that Hold you Back.

Recently, I’ve had the great joy of watching a couple of people I’ve worked with finally getting the recognition they deserve – landing the big job, scoring a great deal, and taking control of their lives. After spending years being rock stars in low-end jobs (that they were frankly too

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October 2 , 2012 / Julie Gurner / No Comments

When Being Loyal is the Worst Mistake you can Make.

We value loyalty as a trait. I certainly do. We seek it out in friendships, relationships, in colleagues and in employees…we also value it in ourselves. We’re proud of it, we cherish it, and we look for people who are as loyal as we are. Yes, there are certainly times

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September 15 , 2012 / Julie Gurner / No Comments

Five Simple Ways to Avoid Drama

I’ve talked to people from all walks of life, and no matter who you are – housewife, professor, athlete, or well-known figure…you can be a magnet for drama. I’ve had a lot of people say that they simply have no idea why they keep getting into mess after social mess.

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September 13 , 2012 / Julie Gurner / No Comments

Why Your Life is Boring.

I talk to a lot of people who experience life as the same grind everyday. They ‘go through the motions,’ and the years seem to be passing them by without anything interesting or significant happening. They lead lives of quiet desperation…yearning for something, anything, to come along and just break

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September 8 , 2012 / Julie Gurner / No Comments

Finding your own Limits, and Breaking them.

So, you don’t want to hang from a cliff? That’s okay, me neither. But, where do you want to be? Can you find your own limits and push yourself beyond them? That’s what this is about. The smart person begins enhancement by examining where they are at right now. Whether

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September 4 , 2012 / Julie Gurner / No Comments

The 9 Reasons the Poor Stay Poor: A Psychological Perspective

Just as a disclaimer. I didn’t grow up with money and I’m not a financial expert, I’m a doctor of clinical psychology. In fact, I grew up on a family farm. I was the first in my family to go to a four year college, to get a graduate degree,

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