05 Create Relationships That Work With Your Money

        This episode, the 3rd in the Create Relationships that Work series, is with guest Sue Holm JD, CFRC. Sue is an attorney, mediator and certified financial recovery counselor based in Seattle Washington. We are always in relationship, with people, places and things. Years ago, a banker asked me if I wanted…

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01 Realistic Resolutions – Stop Shoulding on Yourself

The problem with setting resolutions is that we disappoint ourselves and others when we don’t follow through on them. Listen as RESET Your Buttons® author Mary Elizabeth Murphy and her special guest Gary Erdakos explore the concept of Realistic Resolutions. Gary describes how he sets and sustains his resolutions, the difference between should and should,…

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Our Greatest Fear

Each of us has our own unique personality, which includes our own way of behaving. When you’re looking to RESET Your Buttons®, it’s crucial that you understand yourself and your behavioral tendencies. For example, most of us are unable to predict how we will behave when frightened. When your behavior and reactions become unpredictable, so may…

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How to RESET for a Successful Transition

Transitions in life are inevitable. Have you ever felt resistance through a transition? What happens if you do nothing in response to it? The reality is transitions will happen at their own pace. It has been said that change is the only constant, which is so true. While change can often be unpredictable or beyond our…

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RESET Your Thoughts “On Purpose”

Thinking of the phrase “on purpose” may conjure up negative thoughts. As a child, and even as an adult, you may have heard yourself saying “you did that on purpose.” While you may have been programmed to think this phrase was bad, it’s time to “RESET” your thoughts on this phrase and learn it is key to…

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Change: Threat or Opportunity?

Basic animal nature mandates that we see any change in our lifestyle or environment as a problem.  If we then view that problem as a threat, our fight or flight instincts will engage. Change is inevitable. It is occurring around us all the time. Rather than seeing each problem as a threat, see it as…

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