Small changes make big differences.

Happy Holiday Week!

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Hello my dears!

In honor of Independence Day, check out these two previous July 4th posts about the benefits and importance of independence. It led me to my own business, a wonderful relationship and a flexible path. How would exerting a little independence impact your life?

Next week I will share some exciting work news so stay tuned for that!

And if you’ve been jonesing to attend one of my Montauk Retreats but it hasn’t worked for your schedule, mark your calendar for the weekend of October 4th! Options will range from shared suite to private 1-bedroom. We are saving spots for previous attendees and those in our close circles and will have a maximum of 12 attendees so email me to secure your spot.

Have a wonderful holiday week everyone!

Marjorie, Chief MOJO Maker™

Tuesdays with MOJO/Niksen

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During my recent talk on the topic of getting out of your own way on the path to success, I encouraged the 50-or so attendees to give themselves permission to be okay. It is most definitely okay to be okay, although so many of us don’t allow ourselves that simple and beautiful belief.

Similarly, with May being such a busy month, I’ve decided to carve out some time to do…nothing.

As the Dutch say: Niksen. Do you know it’s an actual thing?

Tuesdays with MOJO/Recognize yourself

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Did you miss me last week? It was a killer week, and probably the highlight of my year so far, work-wise. It’s important to take a moment to give yourself a pat on the back, not just when hitting milestones, but also when it seems like it’s going to pot along the way.

As Bran said in Game of Thrones, “You were exactly where you were supposed to be,” inferring that everything leading up to that point – the good, the bad, the ugly and the pretty – brought you there.

So, here’s how it went:  

Tues with MOJO/Have you seen this?

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I spent the weekend surrounded by people I love and who decided to express their love for each other by tying the knot. People came from all over the world to support them and it was spectacular in every way.

A party (or multiple parties) ensued, and when the music played you can bet, I was on the dance floor celebrating. My husband gets great joy out of seeing me dance. He says it’s like someone turned the lights on for me or winds me up. It makes me happy.

How wonderful that a NY Times article suggests that dancing the new kale!  And it tastes better too. Have you seen it?