Tag Archives: looking up

Take the Plunge and Look Up

Look Up Reminder Every month on the 27th, I write a reminder about the mantra Look Up. I do this in part because we all forget to Look Up. Yes, I, too, am a culprit of this. Look Up sounds easy with two simple components: 1) Be in the moment and 2) Find the upside.…
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Hey You Remember to Look Up

[caption id="attachment_3673" align="alignright" width="300"] Look Up from Cuba[/caption] As I witness people walking across the street glued to their phones or catch myself Snapchatting while on a mini-getaway to the Bahamas, I have to slap myself and virtually you all too. What are we doing? Are we living life in front of a screen instead…
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Look Up to See Your World With New Eyes

What do you think is your most powerful tool? I asked myself this very same question when I came to a crossroads in my life almost six years ago. My answer to that question I share with you and to the world through my two books: When All Balls Drop and With New Eyes. Our…
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What Readers Are Saying About When All Balls Drop – Remarkable Story

When All Balls Drop and its powerful and relatable story have touched so many readers worldwide. Read what this reader has to say about When All Balls Drop. Remarkable story, easy, enjoyable read - "I will say I have spent many years as a non-reader. This book opened my eyes to begin reading again. I was lucky…
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When All Balls Drop Spotted in Destin Florida – Where Are You Reading It

When All Balls Drop and its message of Looking Up have been spotted in: NYC, Russia, Fort Lauderdale, Beantown, Wisconsin, Kauai, Rome, Tuscany, with our fury friends, on the go, amongst the Fall colors, Canada,Down Under, Fiji, Cabo San Lucas, New England in the snow, Maui, Cuba, Panama, Santa Monica, Puerto Vallarta, and now the other side of Florida, Destin. Thank you Heather for sending…
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How to Foster Life Change with One Simple Tool

Are you at a crossroads? Do you have too much on your plate?  Are you in need of a life change? That's where I found myself five years ago. In Poughkeepsie, New York on a seemingly normal day I took out the trash. I awoke five days later in the ICU with a broken neck,…
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