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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Mitch Ditkoff submitted a comment to Opening to the Possibilities Mitch - Im exited to hear that youve seen this same effect. Ill post more on the topic in a day or two...some ideas about how to take better advantage of the effect - both in ones own process and in working with others... Xoxoxo E
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Mitch Ditkoff submitted a comment to Opening to the Possibilities
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Sally Evans submitted a comment to If its Friday, this must be Omaha Sally - Thank you! Stations are tending to run it more than once, so itll probably be on again... Warmly, Erika
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] James | Employee Scheduling Software submitted a comment to How The Recession Has Changed Us I agree. One of the silver linings of any difficult passage is increased appreciation.
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Mary Jo Asmus submitted a comment to Your Ad Here Mary Jo - I love that the trailer made you curious...thats exactly its purpose! As to when the show is airing, every public television station makes its own determination about when (and whether) to air it. Id suggest you go to your local stations website and look at the alphabetical program listing, or put being strategic in the program search field. And if you dont find it, you can email or call them and ask for it...the folks at DPTV who produced it have told us that public TV stations are very responsive, generally, to viewer requests. Hope youre having a wonderful summer... Warmly, Erika
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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Anna Smith submitted a comment to Your Ad Here Thanks very much for your comments, Anna. I thought the same about the moving stripes, and asked the editor to make then happen less often! Warmly, Erika
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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] coach sale submitted a comment to How The Recession Has Changed Us Exactly! Conscious indulgence in simple things that bring you joy.
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Rebecca Schlei submitted a comment to Back in the Saddle Exactly I was just talking to an executive today, a guy I was coaching, about thinking ahead in this way. You can also use this approach to move moveable things out of a high-task period. For instance, if youre going to have a couple of weeks or a month when you know that a bunch of (immovable) deadlines are going to hit what can you complete early and what can you delay, in order to keep you from being overwhelmed during that period? E
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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Wally Bock submitted a comment to Back in the Saddle Thanks, Wally! I love the Vince Lombardi quote...and its true. Someone to whom Ive very close is chronically under-rested, and I can really see how it shows up. And, as I get older, it seems to be more and more important to get both enough physical rest and enough mental down-time in order to operate at my peak...
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Mary Jo Asmus submitted a comment to Back in the Saddle Yes its all too easy, as a business owner, to find reasons not to take time away. My new husband is a great antidote to that, though hes such a wonderful travel partner that vacationing is much more attractive than ever before. ;-)) Have a great rest of the holiday weekend and marvelous vacations! E
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Franke James submitted a comment to Love and Gratitude Saw Criccieth Caste today. As we were about to walk through the entry, Patrick stopped and said, Lllewellyn Fawr, here is your great-grand-daughter Erika, who has honored your memory! It was pretty great.
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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Wally Bock submitted a comment to Contentment Wally - Human beings are so fascinating! When Im content and that is, as you say, a state of stillness and satisfaction for me it seems to free me to be fully in motion and to lean forward into the future. Isnt that funny? E
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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Melody Platz submitted a comment to Contentment Melody - What a great way to express it - Thanks! Erika
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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Wally Bock submitted a comment to A Job Well Done Youre welcome! Hope youre well and happy and experiencing the same satisfactions... Warmly, Erika
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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Mitch Ditkoff submitted a comment to Fun with Public Television Thanks sweetie Ill send you a copy of the DVD as soon as it exists. It was really a wonderful experience....
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Zane Safrit submitted a comment to Talking with Zane Safrit Zane - It was great...and the Public Television taping today was amazing. Cant wait for you to see the show! Xo Erika
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Mary Jo Asmus submitted a comment to Asking for Help Youre most welcome! Say did you get your invitation to the PBS taping in Detroit this Friday, and will you be able to come? Warmly, Erika
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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Greg H submitted a comment to Being Strategic Goes on Air Hi Greg - Of course I remember you. Thank you so much for your kind words hope you enjoy the show and find it valuable. Warmly, Erika
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Shawn submitted a comment to Oh wait - People Really ARE Our most Important Asset Shawn - I love your comment, because it brings up something I hadnt thought about: the influence of social media on the evolution of organizations view of and response to their members. Hmmmm.....more thought required.... Thanks! Erika
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] The Baum Group/Dr. Rae and Associates submitted a comment to Oh wait - People Really ARE Our most Important Asset Im glad to hear it. Maybe its that hard times tend to give people a greater appreciate for whats truly important?
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Wally Bock submitted a comment to Three Star Leadership Blog: What Women Want (at Work) Wally - Thats exactly what I mean by feminist. In fact, I really love the phrase equality of opportunities, rewards and options. that says it all! Warmly, Erika
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Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Wally Bock submitted a comment to Being Strategic = ? Hi Wally - Thanks as always for your comments. Sorry for the time lag in my response Im on vacation in Jamaica, and checking email only sporadically. Your new book sounds fascinating I look forward to reading it! Warmly, erika
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Wally Bock submitted a comment to Blogging with Friends Do you feel like the blogging Puppetmaster? ;-))
Re: [The Simplest Thing That Works] Pamela Miles submitted a comment to Yummy - and Congratulations Pam - Yes, I always notice some folks working when I go in there seems like a nice, quiet-ish, warm environment. And congrats on the acquaintance-to-client meeting. ;-)) E