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Monthly Resolutions

By: Eris Weaver | Date: February 2, 2017 | Categories: Personal Growth & Development

According to the folks at Foursquare, today is Fall Off the Wagon Day – the day most people bail on their New Year’s Resolutions to exercise, eat more healthfully, and so on. This is consistent with my observations – attendance at my fitness boot camp goes up in January, and drops back to normal in […]

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In a previous post, I shared a list of Twenty Declarations – things I absolutely know to be true. I’ve added to them over time: 21. Ain’t no way out but through! 22. Don’t pre-plan your bummers. 23. You can’t think outside the box if you don’t know what box you’re in. 24. Creating and […]

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These two M words crashed together in my mind as I lay pondering the meaning of the universe one recent night. I’d been working on a presentation about motivation for a local Toastmasters chapter on the same day that  I’d had a meeting with the president of another association of which I am a member. […]

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We’re Number Last!

By: Eris Weaver | Date: February 3, 2012 | Categories: Conflict Prevention & Resolution

I arrived at the client’s location and was being given the grand tour, as well as my hosts’ perception of the conflicts I was there to mediate. As we chatted about the upcoming session, one of them smilingly asked, “Are we the worst group you’ve ever worked with?” Almost EVERY group asks me something along […]

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>What Motivates Change?

By: Eris Weaver | Date: September 8, 2009 | Categories: Uncategorized

>A colleague sent me a notice about an upcoming showing of the documentary film In Transition: From Oil Dependency to Local Resilience. I went online to watch the trailer. What struck me was how somber and gloomy everyone looked, even while their words were talking about creating a new, wonderful culture that people would want […]