Category Archives: Learning

Blow Up To Go Up!


Are you a linebacker or a balloonist? This question came to me listening to an audiobook while watching conference championship football…… Continue reading

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Driving Miss Entrepreneur


The key to giving up the wheel is realizing that you not only arrive sooner at your financial destination but you can also see a lot more from the back seat. Continue reading

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Putting your brain in the fast lane!


The wider the lane, the faster the brain can get to what you already retained. Continue reading

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To move up, listen up!


What one skill is available to all of us and is utilized poorly by almost all of us? Continue reading

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Pareto and Lap Swimming in the Work Pool


Listening to my buddy, Chris Klinger’s Minutespiration vlog on the Pareto Principle, Do You Pareto?, I noticed how my interval was a small part of my workout, but it makes all the difference in my performance. So why not apply it a 20% interval into my work day and see if I get an 80% return? Continue reading

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The Path of No Resistance and The Mind Like Water


Imagine that you had no control over your thoughts, no control over your responses, and no control over your emotions. One of these is true. Can you guess which one?

Garrett Kramer got me thinking about not thinking………. Continue reading

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Why we should all remain two year olds!


“He has been here for 20 years; but it more like he’s been here a year and just repeated the first year twenty times.”
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