Category Archives: motivation to change

The CEO Connection to Cancer

I have learned that there is a contingency group through the American Cancer Society, called CEO’s Against Cancer. I’m so moved and honored to know of them and their work. They are committed to ending cancer and to promoting prevention … Continue reading

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There’s is Change Afoot in Ann’s World

What I’ve basically spent the last 20 years doing is trying to “improve” the quality of the workplace. First, I tried to “humorize it” with Humor University — “Playful solutions for serious problems.” Then, I tried to “fix ” it … Continue reading

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Where Are You … and Where do You Want to Be?

I’ve been on hiatus. That’s quite funny. Instead of writing about my re-inventing process, I’ve just been in it. However, what makes that even more interesting is that it’s okay. While I want to engage you in the process to … Continue reading

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Thoughts After Aurora

So how does a blog about ReInvention and ReGeneration tackle the sadness and utter despair after the tragedy in Aurora, CO?  Generally I am full of optimism and good words about dealing with obstacles. It’s a stretch to write here. … Continue reading

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ReInventing Relationships.

I was speaking with my sister yesterday and we were engaged in a conversation about relationships. All of a sudden, the following words came out of my mouth. I said, “Every relationship comes to an end … by death or … Continue reading

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WIIFM?

We all know the phrase “What’s in it for me?” We spend much of our lives in that space. We wonder — what can I get out of this? It’s okay. It doesn’t mean you’re selfish. It means you have … Continue reading

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What Do You Want to Do With Your Wild and Crazy Life?

Would you rather stay afraid of doing something different OR reach out for something new? That was the final question I posed when I wrote my last blog entry. I suggested you ponder that for a bit. Let’s pick up … Continue reading

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Attitude ReInvention … It’s Up to YOU!

Good Sunday afternoon everyone.I hope you are well and enjoying the beautiful Summer day wherever you are. I started thinking today about how much most of us need to continuously “reinvent” our attitude .. sometimes from minute to minute, and … Continue reading

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