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  • New Beginnings in Letting Go!
    December 3, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    New Beginnings in Letting Go!

    As we approach a new year, we hear numerous promotions by gymnasiums and weight loss programs. Financial planners encourage us to meet with them in order to develop a retirement plan. Retail stores invite us to purchase items at reduced...

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  • The Simple Life!
    December 3, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    The Simple Life!

    Sometimes life seems so complicated! I have a credit card which provides me with points that can be used for a catalogue full of rewards. After several months of using the card, I realized that I had a significant number...

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  • Time Management - What Did You Do Before?
    December 3, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Time Management - What Did You Do Before?

    Many times, my clients tell me that they don't have time to develop relationships with others. When I ask them to identify the things that "steal" their time, they are often at a loss for words. Others indicate that they...

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  • Health Psychology - How to Deal With Illness and Surgery
    December 2, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Health Psychology - How to Deal With Illness and Surgery

    Recently I had surgery and it reminded me of the intricate manner in which body and mind interact. From the time that my physician recommended the operation until it actually occurred took four years. The waiting was difficult and somewhat...

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  • The Economic Crisis!
    December 2, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    The Economic Crisis!

    The world has been on a huge economic roller-coaster ride over the past few weeks! News media blame mortgage meltdown in the United States but I believe that its history goes back to earlier times. When I grew up, we...

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  • What Things Are 100% Preventable in This World?
    December 2, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    What Things Are 100% Preventable in This World?

    So often we hear comments like "It couldn't be helped" or "It wasn't my fault. Blaming others and dodging responsibility are stances that are rampant in today's society. The other day I was thinking about things that are totally preventable...

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  • Love Your Neighbour
    December 2, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Love Your Neighbour

    Over the years I have heard horror stories about neighbours who have had broken relationships that resulted in various forms of battle. Fences are erected, family pets abused and people are "bad mouthed" for "sins" that might have been committed...

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  • What Or Who Do You Trust?
    December 2, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    What Or Who Do You Trust?

    Lately I have heard people state that we are in "troubled times". Stock markets have tumbled as companies with decades of stability face financial disaster. The mortgage meltdown, rising gas prices and unemployment have resulted in many North Americans declaring...

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  • Christmas Expectations!
    December 2, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    Christmas Expectations!

    A few years ago, I travelled to Vancouver to take some voice lessons from Juno nominee, Kate Hammett-Vaughan. The first evening we didn't sign a note. Instead we sat in her living room and drank tea while we talked. I...

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  • A New Book About Leadership
    December 2, 2008 Dr. Linda Hancock

    A New Book About Leadership

    Lee Iacocca is an 83 year old American leader who has just released yet another best-selling book. He is a self-made man who is probably best known for saving Chrysler Corporation from financial ruin but has also created an extremely impressive list...

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