Susan L. Farrell, Author

Category: Self-Empowerment

Self-Empowerment

20/20 (Not 2020) Hindsight

This post is about the old-fashioned concept of 20/20 hindsight. Although it’s tempting to create a post with a play on words of how the year 2020 can provide us

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Self-Empowerment

Karma or Consequence?

I like the idea of karma. It’s a comforting thought that if we put good out into the universe, we will get good back. And that those that put bad

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What is Your ROTI?

Return on investment (ROI) is used in business frequently to evaluate the profitability of a decision. Will the return be worth the investment? This is something that can be used in

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Pay Now or Pay Later

Everything in life has a price. It may be a price in money, time, or other intangibles. Once we spend money on one item, we do not have that money to spend

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Self-Empowerment

We Always Have Choices

In any situation, we have choices–emphasis on the plural. It bothers me when someone says that she did something because she did not have a choice. Wrong!  At a minimum, there

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Self-Empowerment

Stop Digging

One of my father’s favorite sayings was, “If you find that you have dug yourself into a hole, the very first thing you have to do is stop digging.” (I am

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Self-Empowerment

Great Success Requires Great Risk

Risk comes in many forms. Sometimes it is financial risk such as leaving a good paying job to become self-employed. Sometimes it is a time risk such as investing the time in

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Self-Empowerment

Pain and Gain

2020 was a tough year, wasn’t it? We had a pandemic; unlike anything the world has seen for a century. It changed every aspect of our lives. It brought to

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Resolutions or Goals?

I’m not a resolutions person. It seems that too often I make a resolution at the beginning of the year to do something big, set it aside, and never look

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Play Your Own Game

There is a great deal of pressure for us to measure ourselves and our success by what others do. To a certain extent, this can be good. It can help us strive

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