How do YOU take a compliment?

How do YOU take a compliment?

“Your hair looks great,” or “I love that suit,” or “Great job on that project,” says your friend, colleague, or manager. Do you (a) respond […]

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Finding My Life’s Purpose

Finding My Life’s Purpose

Things have been quiet over here on kelligilpin.com because I’ve been working on my latest “passion” project. I have a personal goal to positively impact […]

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Fierce woman unleashed and OWNing it!

Fierce woman unleashed and OWNing it!

The holidays are over. The artic VORTEX has moved from my corner of the world.  Yet, here I still sit with a warm dog on […]

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Email is not a real conversation

Email is not a real conversation

How many times per day do you check your email? The average person checks for new email 23 times a work day, destroying their productivity. […]

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What NOT to Wear

What NOT to Wear

I love that show…love the simple guidelines for finding clothes that make every body look its’ very best. I was so sad watching the final […]

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Tap Into Your Personal Power!

Tap Into Your Personal Power!

Do you believe in super heroes? I do. But not like you may think. I am continually surrounded by fairly ordinary people – people just […]

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Rejected.

Rejected.

Rejection. What a crappy word. No one enjoys being rejected, eliminated, dismissed, spurned! But it’s a part of life. It hurts and sometimes you have […]

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Is Procrastination Ever a Good Thing?

Is Procrastination Ever a Good Thing?

Do you ever get annoyed with yourself for procrastinating? You knew you had a deadline. You had plenty of time to work on it. But […]

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Babes In Boyland

Babes In Boyland

Okay, so I’m a little OUTRAGED right now. And, surprisingly, it has nothing to do with a certain former Disney princess’ recent performance at the […]

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8 Things Every Teenage Goddess Should Know

8 Things Every Teenage Goddess Should Know

Those annoying back to school commercials are everywhere now and my thoughts are drawn to my own end of summer memories. I was usually excited […]

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