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  1. the power of now - a moment of stillness | Joyful Growth Coach
    02/20/2012 @ 5:02 AM

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  2. The Power of Now
    02/20/2012 @ 5:51 AM

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  3. Kenetha Stanton
    02/20/2012 @ 6:03 AM

    Thanks for the reminder! It’s so easy to let this stuff go until it’s too late.
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  4. The Power of Now | In Sight Life Coaching
    02/20/2012 @ 6:05 AM

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  5. Choose You. Choose Now. | Bodacious Possibilities
    02/20/2012 @ 6:31 AM

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  6. Is the power now? « Intuitive Coaching
    02/20/2012 @ 6:33 AM

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  7. Brandy M-C
    02/20/2012 @ 7:54 AM

    What an important reminder. I have heard similar stories many times but still have not gotten to ensuring that I don’t put anyone else in a similar predicament. Thank you for sharing your personal stories, it makes an impact that will spring me into action!

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    • Jenn
      02/20/2012 @ 10:42 PM

      So glad that it is getting you take action, Brandy!

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  8. Loving your Money in the Now | Esme Gosling - Money Coach
    02/20/2012 @ 8:08 AM

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  9. Loving your Money in the Now | Esme Gosling - Money Coach
    02/20/2012 @ 8:08 AM

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  10. Pamela Rudisill
    02/20/2012 @ 8:20 AM

    Thank you for this very important reminder, Jenn. These are the very things we put off, and then put off some more until it is too late. There’s no better time than now to get started!

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  11. The Power of Now « coachinu blog
    02/20/2012 @ 9:04 AM

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  12. Sandra Seibert
    02/20/2012 @ 9:08 AM

    Thanks for this post, Jenn. Although it is something we don’t even want to think about, it is so important to face it and act – now.
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  13. The Power of Now « About Coaching
    02/20/2012 @ 11:14 AM

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  14. Nuria Lencina
    02/20/2012 @ 4:05 PM

    This is a topic that have crossed my mind way too many times, and it might be that I haven’t really taken any action on it the very reason why it has gone through my mind so many times. It is hard for me to think what’s going to happen if I die. This is a completely selfless thought. What worries me is what’s going to happen to my children? My closest family lives on the other side of the ocean. I don’t have any relatives or close friends here. And the worst part is, what if my husband dies with me? You are right, for these things it is better to use the Power of Now and JUST DO IT. I have a topic out for discussion at dinner tonight (ok, that is not now, but I have to wait for my husband).

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    • Jenn
      02/20/2012 @ 10:40 PM

      Would love to hear what comes of this discussion, Nuria. Who helps with the business if you are both gone or unable to run your business for a while?

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      • Nuria Lencina
        02/21/2012 @ 11:47 AM

        No one does. My business is me. If I’m gone the business is gone.

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  15. Jayde
    02/20/2012 @ 10:22 PM

    I’ve worked with my widowed mother to get her information in the event of her passing, it never occurred to me to get mine together in the event of my passing (I’m still so young, right? Immortal, even!).

    I need to go get some stuff in order…

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    • Jenn
      02/20/2012 @ 10:38 PM

      Immortal, so we all think. Thing is, it doesn’t even have to be death that could put our business in a bind. It could be illness or something like a bad car wreck. I’ve been there and seen others go through that as well.

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  16. Esme Gosling - Money Coach
    02/21/2012 @ 12:42 PM

    I lost my father quite suddenly also, but my mother had everything organized. And she’s filled me in many times on what to do if she should pass suddenly. It just means that an already difficult time does not have to be compounded. Thanks for addressing such an important issue!
    Esme Gosling – Money Coach recently posted..Loving your Money in the NowMy Profile

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  17. Rylee Kline
    02/28/2012 @ 9:34 AM

    I often worry how my business will continue on after I pass away, and honestly I never really considered creating a manual for my spouse so that he knows how to run the business. But at least my business should continue bringing money in and paying the bills automatically – I wouldn’t want my hubby to suffer financially when I am gone.
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  18. Renee
    03/08/2012 @ 3:28 AM

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  19. Choose You. Choose Now. |
    10/27/2012 @ 10:58 PM

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