Category: Inspiration

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The Key to Being Resilient

The Key to Being Resilient

To understand what it really means to be resilient, it is helpful to consider resiliency juxtaposed with what it is not. Resiliency is being flexible vs. rigid, changeable vs. fixed, and malleable vs. hard. In a NY Times article titled Making Modern Toughness, David Brooks shares this observation about resiliency: The people we admire for [...]

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Today is the Day

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Think about it...today is the only day you have to alter the course of your future or someone else's. Seth Godin offered a great nudge to remember just how much today matters in his article titled the "Transformation Tourist".  He points out that all of the books we read or videos we watch don't make [...]

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3 Steps to Make Meaningful Progress This Year

3 Steps to Make Meaningful Progress This Year

With a new year just beginning, now is a great time to reflect on your to do list practices, so you can stay focused on what really matters and keep a lid on the seemingly ever-growing lists that can overwhelm and distract you. "Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate [...]

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Clear Space for Your Greatness

Clear Space For Your Greatness

Every few years I go through a process of what I refer to as "shedding." It's about clearing the old to make space for the new. This year, however, I tried something new. My end of year process worked in ways both expected and unexpected. In the first week of 2016 I have noticed that, [...]

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How to End the Year Strong

How to End the Year Strong

Have you ever wondered why some people have more success than others in learning something new? I have to admit I am a bit of a "collector" of personal and professional development resources. In fact, I have amassed quite a library of amazing resources, both online and off. Some content I devoured from Day 1. [...]

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