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Who Loves Ya, Baby?

Every year around Valentine’s Day we’re bombarded with ways to declare our love for another. Roses, chocolate-covered berries, baubles, romantic dinners and getaways. And I’m a fan of all that. Thanks to a romantic hubby, I’ve been the recipient of all of it through our 17 years together.

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How Martin Luther King Jr Teaches Us To LiveFullOut

There’s no better day to explore what it means to LiveFullOut than on Martin Luther King Day. So much of what the great reverend stood for and taught us has incredible relevancy to where we are as a nation and a planet. But his lessons have much to teach us about being ever-improving and growing humans, to reaching our potential in business and in all of life.

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One Word Could Change Your Year

For the past 5 years, long before it was a “thing” all over the place with bracelets and Today Show coverage, I’ve been choosing my ONE WORD for the year and asking our team to do it with me. I happened upon the concept in a random article I read that December. One of those times when something finds you at exactly the right time. I was looking for a way to kick off the new year with intention but had long since come to believe that resolutions weren’t the ticket. I knew I wasn’t alone in having a pile of neglected disappointments and failures every year by around mid-February.

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Being Grateful When Life Splays You Out

I’m writing this on a Sunday morning after snapping this picture of our puppy, Mazel. His splayed-out self perfectly captures what our whole family looks and feels like after:

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When Your Path Is Blocked by a Big, Smelly Pile.

Shit Happens

I’ve written a bit already about the decadent, unforgettable trip to London courtesy of the company we work with. We have pictures of us in front of Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London, shooting skeet on the gorgeous grounds of Althorp and more. But today I'm sharing a picture of a pile of horse shit. Let me explain.

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Finding Joy

Finding Joy

A recent weekend consisted of getting a new puppy, a Chicago concert, a dance troupe pool party with Bebe, birthday party planning, helping Nate with his Lion King role, writing a blog, calls and messages to loads of team members who made magic in their businesses in August, filming a video to welcome our new Australian team and starting to plan a bar mitzvah in Israel.

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Books We Love

Books We Love

Summer gives many of us extra opportunities for reading. Free time to read on the beach, at the cabin, on the boat, or in your own living room. Time to catch up on the fiction we love but don't usually have time for or the non-fiction we wish we had time to study during the year. Personal development is important any time of year, and this summer Live Full Out wants you to join us in our own Summer Reading Challenge.

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Stop the Comparison Game

Stop the Comparison Game
In the latest episode of LiveFullOutTV, I’m talking about how to stop the comparison game. In business, like the rest of life, it’s easy to get caught up in the comparison game. But it’s a losing game! In this episode, I’m sharing with you what I experienced at our daughter’s dance competition and what we can all learn from it.
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Transform the Way You think About No

It’s #TransformationTuesday in the latest episode of LiveFullOutTV, Romi's talking about how to transform the way we think about No. One of the biggest mistakes business builders make is they let No derail them. They take it personally. They start doubting their new business and themselves. They allow the No's to slow them down or stop them altogether. So let Romi teach you how to fall in love with No. Continue reading “Transform the Way You think About No”