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Tag Archives: thought work

0408
2012

Take Pride: Freedom from Shame & Humiliation

“You must learn to tolerate the humiliation of taking your child out in public. Try to ignore the stares and insensitive comments of the people around you.”  I don’t remember where I read these words—I vaguely recall a dingy red pamphlet, given to me by a well-meaning social worker—but I know exactly when. It was - Continue Reading

0501
2008

Is life just one damn thing after another?

by Pamela Slim My cellphone rang yesterday. “I can’t believe I’m calling you,” a woman I will call “Beatrice” said. “I don’t know where else to turn.” “I read Martha’s North Star book a few years ago and, while pursuing a dream job on account of a man, actually made tremendous progress in my career. - Continue Reading

0416
2008

Do you really HAVE to do anything?

by Pamela Slim If you have ever watched the Discovery Channel, you have seen the fury of a mother bear defending her cubs from the video lens of an over-eager nature lover. With fangs bared and claws ready to attack, she focuses all of her power and girth at taking down the potential threat. Such - Continue Reading

0305
2008

Are your thoughts keeping you stuck? Time for some belief busting

by Pamela Slim The other day, I was talking with my client Laura (not her real name) about her big, audacious business idea.  She had shared lots of background information on the project over email, and it was clear to me she was wildly informed about the idea and extremely competent to implement it.  Then - Continue Reading

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