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What have you learned, Dorothy?

Posted by edieg@att.net on July 3, 2017 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

If you are a frequent reader of The Learning Club posts, you’ve deduced by now that the themes in The Wizard of Oz bring lots of inspiration to these posts. WHYLD is the new spelling for wild. It asks the question that we should be asking ourselves repeatedly on the road of life. “What Have […]

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Clap Clap Change

Posted by edieg@att.net on October 20, 2016 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

I just attended an amazing leadership workshop from the comfort of my home office! I paid for a live streaming of the conference, and I didn’t have to pay any ridiculous prices for my lunch. I could even sneak in some work or fun during the breaks. While I have writer’s cramp from taking notes […]

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Is all of life a competition?

Posted by edieg@att.net on October 19, 2016 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

Happy Wednesday, friends! I love to play games. I love it, but it isn’t practical to play board games all day long. (Believe me, I’ve tried.) Therefore, I try to find opportunities to play games with lots of different life situations. But, the key here is that I don’t ALWAYS want to play games, and […]

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“I did.”

Posted by edieg@att.net on August 31, 2016 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

Those two words were how Gene Wilder responded to the question, “Why didn’t you marry the beautiful woman from the Woman in Red movie?” Gene had married Gilda Radner who starred with him in the movie. Classy move, Gene. Thank you for the wonderful stories that have provided me with laughs to last a lifetime.

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Go WHYLD

Posted by edieg@att.net on July 7, 2016 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

Today it is time to put my money where my mouth is! Today is the beginning of my posts on going WHYLD! Most people spell it wild, but my spelling stands for What Have You Learned Dorothy? That is the question the scarecrow asked Dorothy at the end of her adventures, and that is the […]

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Not So Great Expectations

Posted by edieg@att.net on May 31, 2016 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

Please enjoy my latest article on matching our expectations to what can be delivered. Happy learning to enjoy that most out of today!  Not So Great Expectations

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50 States of Bee ing

Posted by edieg@att.net on April 29, 2016 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

Today I was just interviewed on my 50 States Before 50 Bucket List Goal (more info later on the podcast airing details). It was lots of fun explaining my bucket list goal and the journey to accomplishing that goal. A strong purpose grew out of this goal to teach others to create and realize their […]

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Worrying about real problems?

Posted by edieg@att.net on April 5, 2016 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

  How much time do you spend in a day worrying about problems that don’t exist? Sometimes our “What if?” scenarios can run away from us, and soon our worries have far less to do with real problems than made-up possible problems. Spend time focusing on what you can DO today to make your tomorrows […]

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Quick FREE Session

Posted by edieg@att.net on March 18, 2016 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

If you are in the San Gabriel area of Southern California, please join us on Tuesday, March 22nd evening for an informal Q&A on accounting, the value of numbers, organizing finances, Quicken, Quickbooks, and any other accounting questions. Learn how you spend your time and money say a lot about your personality!

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Plug – the ugly word

Posted by edieg@att.net on March 18, 2016 in W.H.Y.L.D. What Have You Learned, Dorothy |

Some accountants love the word “plug.” I cannot stand the word or action of plugging. Have you ever been unable to reconcile your bank statement where the difference is pretty small? Are you tempted to just call it a rounding error? When I teach Quickbooks or Quicken, I strongly encourage people to not just make […]

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