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Liesel Teversham is a curious, life-long learner. And currently she's learning a lot about kindness, and guilt-free self-care. She invites you to join her in this discovery!

Bill of Assertive Rights


For some of us, who find it hard to set boundaries and take care of ourselves, the following Bill of Assertive Rights can seem like a shock or eye-opener.

I had some interesting comments on my newsletter last week, where I published these "rights".

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Day # 11 of the Virtual Book Tour for No Problem: The Upside of Saying No

Welcome to Day 11 of the Virtual Book Tour!


Today, I have the honour of visiting with Karen Riordon Palmer, also known as "The Queen of Kindness". She does wonderful work with animals - and humans!

I met Karen while were both deeply entrenched in a book marketing Mastery Circle program of 3 months, and got the chance to do some deep work together.

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Day # 10 of the Virtual Book Tour for No Problem: The Upside of Saying No

Welcome to Day 10 of the Book Tour!


Today, I have the honour of visiting with Jess Bonasso, also known as "The Self Care Goddess".

I met Jess on the internet a while ago, as a result of her beautiful blog and facebook page. We discovered later that we had both spent a number of years in the IT (computer programming) industry, so we feel like cyber twins!

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Day # 9 of the Virtual Book Tour for No Problem: The Upside of Saying No

Welcome to Day 9 of the Book Tour!

Gail White RockcropToday I'm privileged to introduce you to a new friend from White Rock, Canada! I met Gail Siler when we were both attending an author bootcamp, on opposites sides of the globe. Here she is by the White Rock itself!

Gail has a remarkable story and background - explore her blog and website for her wisdom. She's a messenger for feminine wisdom and employing the balance of both left and right brain. She says "If it weren't for butterflies, there wouldn't be change!"

 In today's article, I explore ideas around Emotional Wellness and how "saying no" relates to that.

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Day # 8 of the Virtual Book Tour for No Problem: The Upside of Saying No

Welcome to Day 8 of the Book Tour!

Alison GitelsonToday I'm so excited to visit the blog of a long-standing friend and colleague, Alison Gitelson - right here in Joburg, South Africa! Alison and I met on a Quantum-Touch course I presented in 2006. We've stayed in contact and strengthened our relationship.

It's interesting how we seem to be complete opposites in some areas. Alison has absolutely "no problem" setting boundaries and being clear on what she is willing to give and receive. I find that harder to do and I've learnt a lot from Alison over the years.

Alison is an integral part of my book journey. I used to be totally overwhelmed most of the time, with too much on my plate and never getting it all done. I attended a workshop she presented with the magnetic title of "Get off the Treadmill". After this workshop, she phoned me and mentioned that some of the other participants said they figured out their problem was not so much managing their time, but how to say "no" to all the requests coming in daily.

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“Regret for the things we did can be tempered by time; it is regret for the things we did not do that is inconsolable. “ - Sydney J. Harris

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