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Books

Thomas Moore Provides a Guide for Cultivating Sacredness in Business, and Life

From “Care of the Soul,” to “A Life at Work: The Joy of Discovering What You Were Born to Do,” former monk Thomas Moore helps us create a personal spiritual style.

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Estate Planning

Do You Need a Revocable Living Trust? It Depends

When embarking on estate planning, consider whether a Revocable Living Trust is right for you. Begin by learning when it makes sense to use this tool.

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Finance

Two Financial Advisers at Egan, Berger & Weiner Earn a Spot on Washingtonian Magazine's List of "Top Money Advisers"

Congratulations to one of our financial services clients — Egan, Berger & Weiner, LLC — for making the Washingtonian list! Learn how they made the grade.

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Futurists

Andy Hines Offers Insight on the Connection Between Foresight and Intuition

“I’m sure we all could tell a few stories about when our intuition fell flat, but for the most part, I’d say it usually works out,” says futurist Andy Hines. Here’s why.

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Happiness

January 2015: Boost Your Energy

Dive into 2015 with a year’s worth of Gretchen Rubin’s tips to move toward greater happiness. January’s goal: boost our energy.

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Healthy Living

Celebrate the New Year by Eating Intuitively

Ready to eat better in 2015? Take a page from “Intuitive Eating.” The nutritionists who wrote it advise rejecting a diet mentality. The problem with dieting, they say, is that it “has stopped us from listening to our bodies.”

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Hiring

Barbara Mitchell Gives Us Insight Into Intuition and the Hiring Process

Do you rely on intuition to assess a job candidate? “You need to do more than trust your gut when hiring a new employee,” insists HR and hiring expert Barbara Mitchell.

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History

Dr. Doug Bradburn on George Washington: The Tantalizing Man Behind the Myth

Washington was a visionary, says Doug Bradburn, founding director of the library at Mount Vernon, but he was also a man of action who wanted to make a difference in the “here and now.”

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Millennials

Millennials Under Pressure: Ways to Open a Release Valve

How can I be mindful when my mind is full? What does it mean to have balance? Those are some of the questions college junior Eurah Lee asks in this month’s Millennials column, on the pressures she and so many of her peers face.

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Networking

Networking Wisdom From Women in Technology President, Kellye Sheehan

As president of the popular DC networking group Women in Technology, Kellye Sheehan is determined to introduce more professional businesswomen to the 20-year-old organization that isn’t just for the tech-savvy.

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Photography

Light and Composition Guide Architectural Photographer Todd A. Smith

The Alexandria, VA-based architectural photographer specializes in residential and commercial interiors, exteriors, and scale models.

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PR Rules

PR Rules: How to Market Your Company Like a Pro

What is your intuition telling you about the best way to promote your company? Hope Katz Gibbs, author of PR Rules: The Playbook, shares insights on this episode of Let’s Talk Live!

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Public Speaking

Intuition = Alignment for Bold Living

“For 35 years, I have trusted my intuitive voice with clients and students, and it has helped guide my teaching, coaching, and how I facilitate the workshops I host,” says ARTiculate’s Hilary Blair.

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Inkandescent Radio

Tune Your Intuition With the Art of Automatic Writing

Judy Amato’s ability to do automatic writing can help others see events in their past with clarity — and even see into their future. Are you skeptical? Amato believes we are all intuitive. Some of us are just more ‘tapped in’ than others.

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Research

The Science of Intuition

Albert Einstein was a strong believer in the power of intuition — and is far from the only scientist to study why and how our instincts speak to us. Here are data from three provocative studies.

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Retirement

Insurance Agent Dave Beck Offers a 3-Part Process for Planning for a Child With Special Needs

If you have a child with special needs, planning ahead for his or her financial future — especially in terms of insurance — is complex. That’s because every situation presents itself with a different set of circumstances.

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Speakers Bureau

Kristine Carlson Helps Entrepreneurs Tap Their Intuition

Do you respond well under pressure? What’s your first instinct when the going gets tough? Are you ready to take control? Motivational speaker Kristine Carlson shows us the way and insists, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff.

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Inkandescent TV

The Smithsonian's John Gray Teaches Us Why History Rules

If you love history, you’ve likely been to the DC hotspot where John Gray reigns. Since July 2012, he’s been the director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, which he says houses “the greatest national collection of American history.”

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