Category Archives: Journaling

I Would Be A Crock Pot

For years I taught interviewing skills to groups of managers and executives -- behavioral interview questions that focus on past performance, the best predictor of future performance. I would conduct “mock” job interviews in which I played the role of the applicant and took actual interview questions from the group. Often I would be asked, “If...
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7 Loving Things

Valentine's Day is a very special time of the year for love and self love.

So, for Week 6 of my 52-Week Best Self Program, I posted a quote by David Wilkerson, pastor of the non-denominational Time Square Church in New York City.

“Love is not only something you feel, it is something...

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Journaling Approaches

There are many ways to fill a journal. Some of the approaches that I encourage are: Sprint Suggesting a subject or providing a prompt (questions and/or thought starters) and specifying a time for the write. When we have a time limit, our brains feel a sense of pressure and Sarah finds they work harder. It also reassures...
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Why Keep a Journal?

Many folks ask why journaling is so powerful and transformative. Here are a few reasons you might find it beneficial for your life: 1. Keep a record for the future of how your life unfolds. Soren Kierkegaard once wrote, “We live life forwards; we can only understand it backwards.” Being able to go back into your...
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Sarah’s Encore Career – A Leap Of Faith

After three successful careers spanning four decades -- as an operations manager and bank  Vice President, a licensed clinical social worker working with families involved in the juvenile justice system, and a human resource management consultant helping individuals and organizations to be more successful – I have taken a leap of faith to shift my...
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