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Getting Something From Nothing!


“I am not good at doing nothing,” declared my wife, Laura, during our morning conversation.  I smiled and agreed that taking time to just relax and leave your “to do list” mentality was especially difficult for her.  I had put … Continue reading

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Productivity Tip # 2 – Practice Affirmative Action Everyday


Leadership requires both vision and action. A vision without action is just a dream. Action without a vision is just activity. Together they create worthwhile accomplishment with your life. How do you put them together? Practice Affirmative Action! Continue reading

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Turning the Possible into Reality


One of the reasons I call myself a possibilitist is that I understand the power of the spoken word on our future. “Speak what you want as if you have it, not what you have as if you want it,” summarizes my belief…. Continue reading

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What I Learned Vacationing in National Parks


Vacations are time slot to vacate your normal routine. As a business consultant living on the flat and humid Gulf Coast, a trip to the high desert of Arches and Zion National Parks in low humidity Utah was the perfect setting. We hiked, ate, photographed and mostly strained our necks looking up at God’s awesome creations. Continue reading

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Habits


Backsliding happens. What you do when you realize you backslid makes all the difference.
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Find something good to say about everyone. Everyone


Benjamin Franklin was our first great diplomat. He was renowned for his ability to converse and relate with friends and adversaries throughout the world. Yet, that was not always the case. Continue reading

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Discernment in Goal Achievement


What if you obtain a long shot personal goal that conflicts with a higher priority relationship goal? Continue reading

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