Tag Archives: Personal Development

A Cancer Diagnosis – Part III


My Family This is Part III of the series on Cancer Diagnosis Themes. For me, right after my diagnosis, a very early thought that embedded itself in my mind, sticking there like a rusty nail, eating in to my thoughts … Continue reading

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Why You Should Not Fake It Until You Make It


It is ironic that the guy who said, “Call it ‘fake it ’til you make it’, call it ‘smoke and mirrors’, call it whatever you want” lasted only 10 days as the communications director for the “fake news” obsessed White … Continue reading

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A Cancer Diagnosis Will Make You Sit Up and Take Notice – Part II


Beating This Feeling like you can beat whatever has knocked you down, whatever has brought you to your knees, is a good state of mind to be in. You need positivity. But it’s not enough. Positivity is a thought. It’s … Continue reading

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This Is Why You Need To Care


Pour your mind, your heart, your soul, every fiber of your being into a post, and no one reads it. No one even looks at it. No one cares. What do you do? Give up. Stop writing. Who cares? YOU … Continue reading

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This Concept Will Make You Think Twice About Your Current Approach to Blogging


 I think I got it. I finally understand what’s been holding me back. I make everything way too complex. That’s my Aha. Like my blogging, for example. I set a goal to blog at least once a week, and … Continue reading

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A Case for Less Passion – 5 Reasons


OK, I am prepared for the onslaught of readers disagreeing with my premise. Not really! Hardly anyone reads my blog, so, you few, loyal, and truly treasured supporters are left with the burden of pointing out my (in your eyes) obvious … Continue reading

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A Half Dozen Bruising Lessons – Let Me Save You the Pain


Please keep reading. Don’t get turned off by what you are about to read. Hear me out. Give me a chance. I think it will be worth your while. I consider myself to be a good leader. Considerate, thoughtful, strategic, … Continue reading

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