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How to Show Empathy to Your Friends, Loved Ones, and Family

Note from Celes: Are you facing a problem and need quick advice? Or do you want to pick my brain on a project you are working on? After receiving constant emails for advice/help, I decided to set up a 1-1 consultation page where anyone can book a 1-1 call with me for any purpose. Introductory […]

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How to Build an Edge: Develop Your Talent Stack

Note from Celes: Are you facing a problem and need quick advice? Or do you want to pick my brain on a project you are working on? After receiving constant emails for advice/help, I decided to set up a 1-1 consultation page where anyone can book a 1-1 call with me for any purpose. I’m offering introductory […]

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Robert O. Williams is coming back to The Self Improvement Show this Thursday

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Robert O. Williams is coming back. He had so much of interest in the first interview, and we received so much positive feedback, that he’s coming back. We didn’t have a chance to get into the meat of his book. For example, he states, “Our current times are full of immense suffering and cruelty simultaneous […]

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Are you having a break or a breakdown?

So often in my life I have felt like I’m failing when I’ve actually been taking a break. After college I had various odd jobs and every night I read books. I read a book a night for a while. I used to ignore that part of my story — glossing over it and skipping...

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I’m in a Domestic Violence Situation. What Should I Do?

A while back I received an email from my client X: During our recent session, you asked me when was the first time I feared not being heard or being mocked. I’m currently introspecting about this. There’s a moment from my past that I don’t know if I experienced it or not… I wonder if I […]

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How to Be a Happier Person

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How to be a happier person is a challenging question that many people pose. This is because the personal definitions of happiness differ from person-to-person and because happiness is determined by a number of varying factors including thoughts, actions, circumstances, and genetics. Even taking all of this into account, you can achieve happiness. It is […]

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What’s YOUR addiction?

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Simply put,  addiction is the continued repetition of a behavior despite adverse consequences and physiological dependence that occurs when the body has to adjust to the substance by incorporating the substance into its ‘normal’ functioning. Addiction is something we hear about frequently in today’s world and it affects all ethnic groups, all socioeconomic levels, and all ages. […]

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These 3 Unique Vacations Can Improve Your Mental Health

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“Man, I need a vacation.” You’ve said those exact words to yourself hundreds of times. You have mumbled it under your breath after a work meeting that left you with an extra-long to-do list. Perhaps you’ve typed it in an email or sent it in a text to your best friend. You’ve screamed it at […]

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Love is the Power

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How do you go from playing the saxophone with the Beach Boys to becoming an expert in the study of subtle energy engineering and on to inventing Quantum Code Technology? Robert O. Williams did this. His research has provided scientific breakthroughs in field-based technologies, consciousness, and human potential. In addition, we will hear his story, […]

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An ode to my top commenter

For a while, when I was pregnant and blogs were still new, I was the top commenter on my blog. And of course, every post I write is sort of an ode to me, or at least an ode to the current diatribe-colored glasses I’m wearing. So there was no need for a shout-out. Then...

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