Bruce Elkin

Life Design Coach. Personal Life Coach. 25 years experience. Clients on 6 continents. Author of 5 books and ebooks. Cares about the Earth and living in harmony with its natural systems.

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Top 5 Life Design Posts of 2019

I often get asked what blog posts get the most reads, and feedback from readers.  Checking my summaries for last year, I found a nice blend of Life Design posts about simplicity, success and emotional mastery.  So, here’s the short list of the top 5 for 2019. Enjoy!  Top 5 Posts of 2019 1. Positive …

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Simplify For Real, Lasting Success

How Life Design Makes The Complicated Simple “Making the simple complicated is commonplace;  making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creative.”  — Charles Mingus When potential personal life coaching clients first approach me, most come with a mix of problems, issues and vaguely conceived results.  Generally, they seek help getting rid of the things they don’t like …

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6 POWERFUL SKILLS FOR CRAFTING NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS THAT WORK

How Do I Create Successful New Years Resolutions? “Quitting smoking is easy!” quipped Ken. “I’ve done it hundreds of times.” Ken made resolutions, but they rarely produced lasting results. Like many of us do. We resolve to change, take action, but when things get in the way and/or motivation fades, we drift back into comfortable …

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Good Enough Is Good Enough

If at first you don’t succeed / Try, try again. — William Edward Hickson “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” — Samuel Beckett Do you ever put off today what you could do tomorrow, and then do the same thing the next day? And the next? We all do, more …

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The Black Dog of Depression

Seven Ways To Prevent Or Deal With Depression This is the time of year in the northern hemisphere when depression is on the rise. For two reasons: The diminishing light brings on the symptoms of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), and Holiday times are coming and many people find themselves sad, down, lonely and hurting at …

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The Best Path To Success?

What’s the difference between “stretch” and “fit” goals? To succeed, you first need to set big, stretch goals, and then set realistic goals that support them.

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What Do You Really Want To Create?

Do You Struggle With A Jumble Of Needs, Desires, and Goals? Most of my clients do. I help them apply an organizing framework to prioritize and act on key goals.

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