Coach Monique first began using meditation, relaxation training, and thought awareness exercises for her own personal use 15 years ago. Because it had such a positive effect on her day-to-day life, she became trained to teach others.


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How To Empower Your Employees

Let’s face it. The working world is changing. More and more jobs are becoming remote, but outside of that, the structure of the workday is also changing and becoming more fluid. Along with these changes come challenges for those in leadership positions. How do you, as a leader, adapt to the changing workforce? Furthermore, how […]

Career Advice, Motivation

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It’s Time to Start Forgiving Yourself

We learn from a young age to say sorry to the people we’ve hurt or have been unkind to, but when did we learn to say sorry to and forgive ourselves? The focus has always been on others, and rarely on yourself. To be honest, you are the most important person in your life, so […]

Motivation

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Three Things You Can Do To Not Clam Up, But Instead Voice Your Honest Opinion

It can be scary to speak up and voice your opinion. Whether the context is within a relationship or at your place of employment, it is a valuable communication skill to be able to voice your honest opinion when done in a respectful manner. Often times we have a fear of voicing our concerns and […]

Motivation

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Three Sweet but Healthy Things You Can Do For Yourself

Most of us are still in the New Year mindset, which is good. Working out at the gym isn’t so torturous anymore and eating clean probably has helped you drop a few pounds, but sometimes going straight turkey when it comes to implementing good habits can make you reminisce about your old vices. This is […]

Motivation

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National Bubble Wrap Day: Three Things You Can Do To Break Out of Your Bubble Wrap and Instead Be Bold

It can be difficult to see oneself as bold or courageous when stuck in routine, right? Being in the cycle of work, exercise and sleep can seem quite underwhelming. Well, here’s a tiny secret for you all. You may not see it, probably don’t even consider it, but each day that you wake up to […]

Motivation

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National Hugging Day: Three Things You Can Do To Improve Your Relationship

A lot of times when we talk about improving a relationship, it’s automatically assumed we’re speaking about romantic ones. Well, not in this article.

Motivation

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National Clean Your Desk Day: Three Things You Can Do To Get Organized

It can be horrible trying to navigate life when both at home and at work, you’re completely disorganized. Even worse, once you realize you’re disorganized, it can be very daunting trying to even contemplate ways to dig out of your messy inbox or cluttered house. So, what kind of changes can we implement to declutter […]

Motivation

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National Bobblehead Day: Three Things To Do Today To Get In a Good Headspace

The new year is all about setting goals, making commitments and having a clean slate to work with, but people seldom talk about the headspace required to do all of these things. In order to succeed in goals, big or small, it’s important to create an environment for yourself where you can set forth the […]

Motivation

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National Hangover Day: Three Things You Can Do Today to Feel Better About Your Life

Let’s face it. This time of the year we are confronted with advertisements focusing on diet pills and hefty weight loss commitments for summer, and it can be very intimidating. Let’s not even breach the subject of packed gyms filled with regulars who make you feel terrible for walking that second half of what was […]

Motivation

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Willful blindness: 5 reasons why it’s important to get your head out of the sand

Willful blindness. It’s actually a legal term that means, you should have known, but refused to know. Think of the legal analyst and top-level executives involved in the Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme. This is an example of widespread institutional and a governing bodies’ willful blindness. But we all engage in willful blindness to some degree […]

Motivation

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