Sheryl Eberly

The Power of Pause

  Many people all over the world take the dawn of a new year to start fresh. Goals are written, resolutions are declared, and hope is born. Gyms are full.  Healthy food flies off the shelves.  Books are purchased and stacked by our beds.  Enthusiastically, we dash into January, pumped up by the promise of […]

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The Power of Pause

Jan 05, 2016 By (Bio) No Comments

Many people all over the world take the dawn of a new year to start fresh. Goals are written, resolutions are declared, and hope is born. Gyms are full.  Healthy food flies off the shelves.  Books are purchased and stacked by our beds. Enthusiastically, we dash into January, pumped up by the promise of a […]

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Into the Woods

September 22, 2014 Into the Woods by Sheryl Eberly Two roads diverged in a yellow wood. And sorry I could not travel both and be one traveler, long I stood…. Thanks, Robert Frost, for putting into words the way we pause when faced with choices. I notice this in myself: Whether it’s to welcome new […]

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Back to the Beginning

Feb 20, 2014 By (Bio) No Comments

February 20, 2014 Back to the Beginning by Sheryl Eberly In 2005, Steve Jobs reflected on a period in his career when things hadn’t gone the way he’d planned: The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again, less sure about everything. It freed me to enter one of […]

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Up Until Now…

August 20, 2013 Up Until Now… by Sheryl Eberly I prefer a room with a view. I want a window in my office. In my living room. By my table when I’m in a restaurant. Recently I chose a new front door for our home. You guessed it – the door is full of glass. […]

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What Was That You Asked?

Apr 22, 2013 By (Bio) No Comments

April 22, 2013 What Was That You Asked? by Sheryl Eberly The sun had set over the city and the evening lights brightened. Outside, traffic sped by the restaurant. Inside, candles flickered and conversations hummed just a decibel below the mood music. The talk at our table was on business and political affairs. Interesting stuff […]

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Alignment

Dec 20, 2012 By (Bio) No Comments
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December 20, 2012 Alignment by Sheryl Eberly There’s a thriller movie coming out within days – Zero Dark Thirty. It’s the story of Osama Bin Laden’s capture, and takes the viewer into the culture of the CIA, depicting events in the months and years leading up to the ultimate event. We meet personalities inside that clandestine organization. […]

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When It’s All Uphill

August 20, 2012 When It’s All Uphill by Sheryl Eberly I pulled a muscle recently and am dealing with nagging pain as I wait for the specialists to figure out what the solution is. Pain brings limits, and I’ve begun to get annoyed with the limits. I’ve also had to reflect on how unattractive and […]

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Power Packs Project – the New Summer Program

April 20, 2012 Power Packs Project – the New Summer Program by Sheryl Eberly In celebration of North Group’s 15th Anniversary we’re supporting Power Packs Project. This community organization provides food-insecure families with weekend food and education on how to cook low-cost healthy meals. Each Thursday, Lancaster County kids take home from school a simple […]

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Feedback to Move Forward

Jan 05, 2012 By (Bio) One Comment

January 5, 2012 Feedback to Move Forward by Sheryl Eberly Our family is gathered around the holiday table, college kids enjoying home-cooked goodness. The mood is light. I decide to toss out a question: Hey kids, what should my New Year’s resolutions be this year? This is a different approach for me. Typically I come […]

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