Lessons learned about options

Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment
Being present in the moment is your key to
  openness, optimism, and options
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How do you feel about your options? .

Here are a few ideas about options for your consideration.

Options are available…

…for the shape things to come

to buy or sell

…to chose proactively

Conclusions, and takeaways: Options require careful
consideration in asking questions, and making decisions
that make a difference in life, and living.

You are able to take your lessons learned about options
to the next level when you…

Ask Dr. Rae
Look for collaborations, directions, and ideas
Read The Power of Now

Bottom line: Options – among other things – come in the
form of decisions. intentions, and opportunities.

The choice is always yours!

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lessons learned about options.

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What are your lessons learned about options?

As soon as you accept, and feel safe to share how your lessons
learned about options
has helped you get more done with less
distress share them below…

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options
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