Monthly Archives: March 2012

Obliterate your Obstacles

By: Barbara McRae, MCC, 20 Something ADHD Expert, Campus Calm™ Mostly, we really do want to follow through on our commitments to ourselves and on our promises to others. Why? We feel so much better when we do! Therefore, we … Continue reading

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Mondays with Meg: When Creative Juices Run Dry

“To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.” – Joseph Chilton Pierce “Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.” – Scott Adams Just the other day, I struggled to start … Continue reading

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Thomas Friedman – Embrace the Creative

Well hello world. On Tuesday, I had the wonderful opportunity of hearing Thomas Friedman, Pulitzer Prize winner and internationally acclaimed journalist, speak to my University about the current social and political circumstances in America. Although it was incredibly relevant for … Continue reading

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Collaborating Women Win in Women’s History Month, and All Through the Year!

Today’s Women in Leadership Lesson as part of our “Perfectly Imperfect in 2012″ initiative at Campus Calm: We do not have to do it all, all by ourselves. Instead, women leverage each other’s strengths to make things happen. You see, … Continue reading

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Journeys with Julie- Living without a Countdown

Towards the entrance of my school’s student center, we have this countdown clock to graduation… and the last three times I’ve gone to see it, it hasn’t been working. Usually, I’d be frustrated at this kind of thing and yell … Continue reading

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