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Caution: Tap Water Ahead! Part 1

By | December 23rd, 2010|Healing, Health & Wellness, leadership, Mindset, Self Improvement|

tap-waterI heard last week on the local news that the city has decided (again) to ‘add more fluoride’ to our local  water supply.

Most people are unaware of how these little additions…(told to us by the government that they will “help”) […]

I got published on About.com today

By | December 22nd, 2010|Family, Mindset, Success|

I got published on About.com today! Pretty cool. They took out the reference to the place where I got the prenatals- but here it is: http://www.nomorningsickness.com

If you know of a sister, friend, wife, co-worker who has morning sickness, this article might help. The site I reference will help her […]

The Desert is a Great Exfoliant

By | November 29th, 2010|Faith, Family, God, leadership, Mindset, Personal Growth, self development, Success|

Ocotillowells Sand WashThis Thanksgiving weekend I spent time in the desert with friends, family and new acquaintances.  Part of our personal family tradition has been to go out to the desert for the days after Thanksgiving […]

Life Lessons

By | October 5th, 2010|Abundance, business, leadership, Mindset|

Life always creates opportunities for us to relive situations until we learn the lesson we’re supposed to.  Life is patient. It will keep bringing that same set of circumstances to pass until we decide to learn from them. Then.. life shows us something new to learn!

The ones […]

Ethics in leadership- what is your walk?

By | September 27th, 2010|business, leadership, Mindset, Personal Growth, self development, Self Improvement|

Ethics.  Simple word. Much involved in it. The last two weeks have had me in a leadership role overseeing actions, communication and ethical practices for people I have responsibility for.

One piece of wisdom and insight for all leaders to remember: we, when given a role of leadership, we serve others […]

Is perfection a requirement for leadership?

By | September 24th, 2010|leadership, Mindset, Personal Growth, self development, Self Improvement, Servant Leadership|

Leaders don’t have to be perfect. In fact, great leaders make mistakes.

What makes them great is their humility to admit the mistake, recognize it, and their willingness to learn from it. It’s not about how often you fall- it’s about what you do when you fall, and how quickly […]

Leadership Begins With You

By | June 20th, 2010|Abundance, God, leadership, Mindset, Personal Growth, Self Improvement, Servant Leadership|

I’ve been studying human nature, behavior, thought process and interpersonal communication since I was about 7 years old. That’s a LONG time.

It still amazes me how the psyche of humans operates. Our core motives. Our choices, the reasons we have for our decisions and then how we respond, react, hold […]

Create your Day

By | April 22nd, 2010|Abundance, Mindset, Personal Growth, Prosperity, self development, Self Improvement, Success|

Here’s your “QuoteAction” of the day:

“The difference between great people and everyone else is that great people create their lives actively, while everyone else is created by their lives, passively waiting to see where life takes them next. The difference between the two is the difference between […]

Debbra Sweet sharing a QuoteAction

By | March 28th, 2010|Mindset|

Here’s your “QuoteAction” of the day:

“Success and failure. We think of them as opposites, but they’re really not. They’re companions – the hero and the sidekick.”
Author, Laurence Shames

Your action for today is to think of three failures that were stepping stones to success.

Have an extraordinary day!

Debbra Sweet
Sweet […]

Leading with a Rock-N-Roll Attitude

By | February 28th, 2010|leadership, Mindset, Personal Growth, self development, Success|

Rock & Roll Deb Now

Lately the fact that I have been a Rock-n-Roll musician has been coming up often.  It’s funny because as a musician, I play much more than just Rock-n-Roll. In fact, […]

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