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What was, what’s new, what’s now™!

My coaching clients change their lives by exploring three questions: What was? What’s new? What’s now?

They start by re-visiting the past (what was). They discover surprises (what’s new). They get a clearer picture and story of themselves (what’s now). 

Get a life you really want by living in the now. I’d love to help you find your personal power. Where to begin? Read more here. 

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Single & satisfied on Valentine’s Day

betty ming liu Inspiration, Relationships, Writing how-to's 5 Comments

Are you in love today — and every day? It can happen. That’s why this year, I’ve set aside my usually hating against hearts, roses and candlelight dinners. Every Feb. 14, I used to rant, even when I was in a decent relationship. But this year, I’m celebrating a new, different kind of romance. Finally, this girl is single and …

Accepting my dad for who he is

betty ming liu Relationships 6 Comments

This year, I’m giving my dad a very special Father’s Day gift: unconditional love. So what if he’s been dead for 41 years. Remember, parents never really die. Besides, it’s never too late, right? My father crushed his family — Mom, my kid sister, me — with tough love. As a cranky Vietnamese-Chinese immigrant struggling with survival issues in America, …

How I almost visited the White House & learned about aging gracefully

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The Secret Service guy behind the glass window looked at my driver’s license, scanned his computer screen and shook his head. “You’re not on the list,” he said. What happened next made me feel like an idiot, a has-been, an old lady. But then, I pulled myself together. Along the way, I’ve learned a few things about aging gracefully — and maybe, dynamically. …

5 reasons to love the Hastings-on-Hudson farmers market

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It’s that time again here in my hometown! The farmers market is setting up for the summer at its outdoor location overlooking the Hudson River. There’s something special about buying stuff grown and made only a few hours away. It makes me feel connected to the earth. Good for the soul. And, the stomach too. Through the winter, a scaled-down, …