Monthly Archives: April 2014

Wind Blown Eagle

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Magestic. Stoic. Sitting atop a man-made perch…   Weathered. Worn. Beak pointed…   Crown blown up Like flames That frame A mighty gaze…

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The HERO Years

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux There is an arc to life and whether it trends up like a frown or down like a smile depends on what happened and how you label it.  What happens between the beginning and end of … Continue reading

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What to do When You’ve Found Your Place

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Someone recently took me to a grove of trees.  It was a beautiful place I knew she had gone to often.  For me, the wonderful thing about being outdoors as a personal coach is that the … Continue reading

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The Earth Being Itself

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In the middle of a social conversation my husband made reference to June-uary and how the warmer temperatures and brilliant sunshine of April are all well and good, but soon there will be a chill in … Continue reading

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Stories Reframe and Empower

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux One interesting change in perspective is the way Seth Godin looks at story.  In one post on his blog he noted that consultants, doctors, and politicians give us a story as a way to reframe what’s … Continue reading

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Remember to Remember

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In considering the stories we tell ourselves, another client tells me she always thought of herself as an earth-friendly person.  With Earth Day drawing near she was challenged by a friend to reconsider the waste she … Continue reading

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The Stories We Tell

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Money wasn’t important, a client once insisted.  That was until everything became about relationship and she reframed how she saw money.  My client’s relationship with money needed to be put in balance, along with everything else … Continue reading

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High Flying Decisions

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux The winds were so strong in Birch Bay that the normally placid water turned into white-capped waves that beat on the shore.  For a brief moment I thought it would be great weather to fly a … Continue reading

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Lantern to Light Your Way

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux I met someone recently who asked about the logo for my coaching practice, Sacred Time.  I admitted to her something I realized a while ago and that was that the same letters that spells SACRED also … Continue reading

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The Journey is Yours

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux This is my journey.  That is the realization of one pilgrim Walking the Camino.  She had her brother and son in tow which gave her time to prayerfully walk on her own because her brother could … Continue reading

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