August 2010

The Power of “YES”

Did you know that the average child has heard the word “no” over 20,000 times before they ever turn the age of three? Ironically it is also around this time that children begin to develop enough personal character to willfully rebel. The “terrible twos” are chatergorized by a lack of understand. Yet, somewhere between three and […]

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Is That The Best You Got?

I hate to admit it but I like to cut corners. You know take the easy way out. I like to take the path well traveled instead of walking in the unknown. It has something to do with personal effort or energy and depending on the task at times I lack both. I mean who […]

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Just Throw Something At It-The Effects of a Lack of Commitment

THE DREAM In the middle of the night on a hot summer day I was lying comfortably in my bed having a nightmare. It was just your typical scary movie scenario type of dream. There I was sleep in my bed when I heard the sound of my front door being tampered with. It started […]

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Tis Better to Have Loved and Lost…

     Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote this quote talking about relationships. I want to take this quote for a ride this morning and jump into our relationship with our career(s).      Have you ever had a job you loved. I mean you got up in the morning singing your way to your job, laughing with your […]

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How to Become a Great Leader in 10 easy steps

I was looking through a journal that is about 6 years old and was surprised by what I found. There was a point in my life where I was inspired to become a member of management by my current employer at that time. So in my journal I started to summarize several of the leadership […]

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