Monthly Archives: January 2012

Fighting the Dream Stealer Drug


TV was my dream stealing drug of choice. Like any drug, I slowly fell into the habit. Continue reading

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The 80/20 rule or why the rich get richer


So my motto is, “If you do what successful people do, the same thing will happen to you.”
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What I Learned Today at the end of an 18 hour day!


The tip was to sit down at the end of each day and ask, “What did I learn today?” I doubt many of the participants do it because it takes both honest self assessment and clear thinking at the end of the day. Both requirements are ‘morning people’. Like me. Continue reading

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Creating Your Future in a Weird World


So if weird is here to stay and average is going away, I’m OK!
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Abundance


Seth Godin said something that clicked. In an interview about today’s marketing, he said, “Find work that you can blog about daily or find something else.” I understood the part about ‘work you love’, its just blogging every day scared … Continue reading

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Good Friends I Hope to Meet


Throughout my many moves, I have been blessed to meet a great many people and make some great friends. People who cared about me, laughed and joked with me, and who would tell me straight what I NEEDED to hear. … Continue reading

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Spiraling Into Control


  Ever found yourself overwhelmed with so many things to do that even the act of writing them down seems monumental? I did last week. The perfect storm of starting a new engagement, training a replacement, hiring staff, hosting a … Continue reading

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