Author Archives: Kathy Catlin Davis

  • Write It Down!

    Posted on January 31, 2017 by Kathy Catlin Davis in Uncategorized.

    Only 3 people in 100 actually write down their goals. Studies show that people who write their goals are much more likely to actually achieve them. And when you regularly review those goals, your chances go up even more. So, Do You Have Goals? Even if you have small goals, actually articulating what you want to do next is a big step in making those changes actually happen in your life. Write it down! Once you’ve figured out your goals, you want to write it down. I keep mine on an index card in the car – a place I can see them every day, and review them when I […]

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  • Back to Basics: Are You Aligned?

    Posted on January 18, 2017 by Kathy Catlin Davis in Uncategorized.

    Many of you know that I am a yoga enthusiast.  While I still can’t do a full wheel or a headstand – even after several years of practice – I do practice regularly and preach often about its many benefits in my life. I dislocated my shoulder in the fall of 2015, which ultimately resulted in a tear in my shoulder muscle.  I could no longer do much of the yoga work I had always enjoyed.  After surgery in May, I completed my physical therapy and received clearance to go back to a “normal” workout schedule, of course being reminded that I should stop when it hurts. In the first […]

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  • Personal Responsibility

    Posted on January 17, 2017 by Kathy Catlin Davis in Uncategorized.

    Personal Responsibility       Say for example, my car is running kind of funny.  I keep putting gas in it, but it still isn’t quite right.  Eventually, I seek out a mechanic who tells me I need to change the oil.  Now I can choose the keep doing what I’m doing – and not change the oil.  But we all know that if we don’t the mechanic’s advice, eventually the car will stop running.  It won’t help if I sit around and complain that the mechanic didn’t give me an exact timeframe of when the care would stop.  And it won’t help if I complain about the cost or […]

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