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You Deserve This Kind of Life

You Deserve This Kind of Life

Since we are all playing a high stakes game of one and done… I’ve got an important question for you to consider as it relates to the quality of your life, relationships, reputation and legacy. Ready? Let’s go. If you’re not committed to living a life of EXCELLENCE, then what on earth are you committed […]

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The Perfect Competitor

The Perfect Competitor

In business and in life we often hear people ask…who is your perfect or ideal customer? Or even what are the attributes of the perfect or ideal spouse or mate? This is an important exercise as the answers help you to examine existing client or personal relationships and expose what I like to call the […]

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Occupational Hazards

Occupational Hazards

An occupational hazard is a risk accepted as a consequence of a particular occupation. All occupations have hazards. The four main types of occupational hazards are as follows: 1. Chemical Hazards. The common chemical substances, such as carbon monoxide, carbon diox­ide, hydrocarbons, sulfuric acid and chemical substances cause injury when they are absorbed through skin […]

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Leftovers

Leftovers

When we think of leftovers, we have a tendency to think of food that remains unused or unconsumed, and which eventually finds its way to the dog bowl. But what about the other kind of leftovers…the massive surplus of unused or unconsumed time, talent and potential? The greatest waste of untapped resources in this world […]

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Unrealized Dreams

Unrealized Dreams

SUCCESS, no matter how you choose to define it, comes down to two key responsibilities: knowing and doing. While I certainly understand the roles and responsibilities you engage in throughout the day are many and complex — I assure you that at the heart of ANY task comes, first, knowledge, then action. Knowing. Doing. As […]

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DARE MIGHTY THINGS

DARE MIGHTY THINGS

“It’s not because things are difficult that we dare not venture. It’s because we dare not venture that they are difficult.” —Seneca, Roman Philosopher Jules Leotard, the son of a gymnasium owner, was a novice acrobat when he hit upon a brilliant idea: how about, instead of doing his routine on fixed bars, he did […]

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Are You THE One?

Are You THE One?

Are you THE one…I’ve been looking for? Let’s find out. Written in 2006, “The Secret” by Rhonda Byrne has sold more than 19 million copies worldwide and has been translated into 46 languages. It has attracted a great deal of controversy and criticism for its claims, and has been parodied on several TV programs. “The […]

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Be Useful

Be Useful

“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make a difference that you have lived and lived well.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson We are living links in a chain of wisdom, handed down through history. One axiom developed in that […]

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The Dog Ate My Homework

The Dog Ate My Homework

IF YOU”RE FEELING a little emotionally fragile, you may want to read this one later. Or never. Don’t say you weren’t warned. I have a confession to make…I’m sick and tired of people’s whining, complaining, rationalizing and justifying why their life is a succession of unfinished endeavors. People who have lost and regained weight like a […]

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The Upside of Trash Talk

The Upside of Trash Talk

The upside of trash talk? Zip. Zero. Nada. Then why do so many of us routinely engage in it? Let’s find out. Trash talk is a form of boast or disparaging insult commonly heard in competitive situations. We see it on constant display in sports, business and politics. It’s deliberately used to intimidate and demoralize the […]

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