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Sounds of Freedom

In this autobiographical song (one of my favorites) Martin Sexton captures the essence of what it was like for him to follow his authentic path as a struggling musician. Listen and feel free to project your own freedom fantasy into the melody. Lyrics: Freedom came my way that night Just like a jet plane in and out of…
  • Posted by museiccoaching
  • On March 27, 2011
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The Dance of Creativity

I wish this song was ‘untitled’, then it would not conjure up the notion of lost love or missing someone. Instead (for me) when I listen to this song and watch the video of bouncing particles dance around, I think more of the authentic creative energy that we all have within us, and how magical…
  • Posted by museiccoaching
  • On March 25, 2011
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Coffee Meditation

Tomorrow morning (Friday) treat yourself to listening/watching this video over your morning coffee, tea, nasty power drink–whatever.  Jot down at least three thoughts or ideas that come up for you.  Feel free to comment if you wish! Enjoy, Kathleen, MUSEic Coach
  • Posted by museiccoaching
  • On March 24, 2011
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Rapid focus

This song always helps me get a lot done in a short amount of time.  Set this track to play on repeat in the background while you’re responding to email, writing content, composing something creative, or simply crunching data…and see how much you get done. Just a suggestion…enjoy!
  • Posted by museiccoaching
  • On March 23, 2011
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Welcome Spring with Etoile (by Cantoma)

I’ve been a fan of Cantoma (an electronic artist out of the UK) since hearing them on a Buddha Bar CD in 2004. This song always reminds me of the heightened level excitement and overall feeling of freedom that arrives in Springtime. In honor of the first day of Spring, please enjoy this song. Close your eyes…
  • Posted by museiccoaching
  • On March 21, 2011
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Breathe (Bliss)

This song speaks for itself.  Enjoy, and share your reactions. I’ve provided lyrics below for your convenience: It’s time for everybody Listen to the sound Of all the lonely people who Live beneath the ground Don’t listen to another Just listen to yourself ‘Cause only changes can happen When you change yourself I won’t run I…
  • Posted by museiccoaching
  • On March 20, 2011
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Dreamcatcher

When I first heard this song I had a job that was draining every morsel of my energy, and challenging my identity. My coping mechanism was to listen to music during my commute to and from work. Even before the video imagery that you see above existed, this song reminded me that despite my struggle to get…
  • Posted by museiccoaching
  • On March 19, 2011
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Treading Water

Once upon a time there was a  woman in search of opportunities for growth, mentoring, career satisfaction and success…who suddenly found herself adrift in a body of water called Lake Overwhelm. Treading water ever-so calmly at first, she began to tire and searched for a buoy to rest on.  Just as she swam toward one she noticed…
  • Posted by raleighcoach
  • On March 9, 2011
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Status or Success | What Do You Value?

Status seeking, the wish to belong, the asserting and cementing of one’s membership in the group is a deep-seated and very natural drive whose origin and universality go beyond man and are explained by the most basic of drives, the drive to survive. -Tibor Scitovsky, The Joyless Economy Societal Semantics: Let’s face it, we all…
  • Posted by raleighcoach
  • On February 26, 2011
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Lose the Lines | Authenticity in Customer Service

Throw away the script A simple trip to the drive-through ATM should only take a few minutes. A couple of months ago I stopped by my local Wachovia to make a deposit. The cars were backed up worse than the Chick-Fil-A next door is during lunch. I remembered it was the Friday of Memorial Day…
  • Posted by raleighcoach
  • On August 7, 2010
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