Tag Archives: personal philosophy

Aha!


 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 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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7 Leadership Lessons from Iron Man


Leadership lessons are everywhere, if we would just open our eyes and ears. Sometimes they come from the most unlikely sources. While watching the film Iron Man with my family for the second time, I sat in amazement while the … Continue reading

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What Jim Rohn Taught Us About Getting Back to Basics


We continually complicate our own lives. We spread ourselves too thin, procrastinate, second-guess ourselves, make mountains out of molehills, ignore important things, pay attention to all the wrong things, fall prey to mindless distractions, listen to the wrong people, and … Continue reading

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The ZEN of Second Chances


A mistake can be a small thing. Or it can be a devastating thing. One that can change your life in an instant. The thing is, many times we don’t see the mistake coming until it is too late. Then … Continue reading

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5 Indications That You Have Tuned In to a Voice of Value


Many people are quite willing and ready to share their opinions with you. There are two problems with this. First, many people typically state their opinions as fact, and waste no time in letting you know that you ought to … Continue reading

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