Pity…Party of 1

May 30, 2015

You screwed the pooch. You missed the game winning shot. You took a risk and you failed. You tried something new and it didn’t work out.
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The Benefits of Erroneous Thought

Feb 16, 2015

Right Wrong post itAs a youngster, we are pretty sure we know everything about everything. I can’t tell you how many times I have attempted to give one of my younger sisters advice about something, only to be met with resistance because they are certain they know what they are doing, and know more about life than their silly older brother.
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Everything I failed at in 2014!

Jan 14, 2015

Everything I failed at 2014

It’s 2015!

Just in case you haven’t heard…

As most of you may know, I am subscribed to quite a few self improvement, entrepreneurial, life hacking, habit forming, better you, better world email lists. Over the last 3 weeks I’ve been bombarded with countless emails from leading experts and industry gurus reflecting on what they were able to accomplish in 2014.
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Finishing What You Start

Dec 23, 2014


Do you ever have those ‘in the zone’ moments where ideas are coming to you quicker than you can write them down?

Inspiration consumes you, your idea babies are popping out and your excitement is at an all-time high. You take the initial steps to putting your plans into action and half way through the project…….

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The Path Versus the Destination

Dec 8, 2014


In my last article, I discussed the problem that everyone seems to struggle with in working towards their goals: maintaining motivation. I focused on the importance of remembering your ‘why?’ and focusing on the bigger picture.

I want to keep with that general topic, because maintaining your motivation is such a persistent problem that it warrants a multi-faceted approach to its solution.
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Goals – The Bigger Picture

Nov 19, 2014

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You conceive of your goal.

You write it down.

You plan out your steps to achieve the goal.

You even take the first step.

Then, it seems inevitable that somewhere along the way, you get off track, you lose motivation and your focus on your bigger picture. The time, commitment, or sacrifice has come into play, the stuff that really tries you. Your slow progress toward your goal and minimal (if any) results further deter your efforts and you eventually give up.
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Living Your Dreams

Nov 3, 2014

When you were a kid, how did you imagine your life as an adult? Did you want to be a doctor, or a teacher, a firefighter, or maybe even superman/wonder woman? As children, we had a vivid imagination and we believed that the world was our oyster.Dreams
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How Bad Do You Really Want It?

Oct 4, 2014

I recently received an email from one of my readers expressing his concern over being continuously passed over for promotion. He wrote:

As for me, I’m a grown man who has been stuck in middle management for over ten years now between a few different companies. I have met the requirements for promotion but I’m always passed up. I know my job very well and I know the job of my promotion very well. I have trained people who got promoted before me. I now know that hard work, dedication, loyalty, and a host of other tiresome clichés don’t matter all that much. I’m so passed the “self-motivated” quotes.”

Reader, let me tell you, I can understand your frustrations. Continue Reading