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Dealing With Disappointment in Three Easy Ways

No! That simple two letter word packs a lot of power and has killed a lot of dreams. Yet, in spite of the pain it may cause, it is a very useful word in the English language. Useful in a sense that it will sometimes force you out of your comfort zone and cause you […]

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What Should I Be When I Grow Up?

Just the other day my oldest son asked me, “Dad, what should I be when I grow up?” For a second I stood there pondering what preprogramed response I could give him that was spouted off to me by my parents are teachers during my adolescence. Doctor? Lawyer? Stock broker? Basketball Player? Military? Personally as […]

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Building a Growth Plan that Works

Brick by brick and nail by nail, we all attempt to build a life of meaning from the raw materials we are given when we arrive at the construction yard of life. Some of us have a template provided and resources to easily help fashion our lives into a grand cathedral. While others are in a daily struggle to develop a meaningful blueprint of their own. No […]

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Overcoming Overwhelming Doubt

You can’t do that? You’re not good enough. You’re not smart enough. You don’t have all the skills necessary. Nobody cares about what you’re doing. No one believes in you. No one supports you. Nobody wants to help you. What made you think you could do that anyway? You’re not making any progress. You’re wasting your time. “Wow! How do […]

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If You Aren’t Failing – You’re Failing

“It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might has well not have lived at all, in which case you have failed by default.” -JK Rowling For years I lived in terror of making a mistake. I’m not talking about a quick jump scare where you cover the […]

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