Category Archives: Personal Development

Who Are You Listening To? Remember the game “Pass it On”? You sat in a circle. One person whispered a short story or maybe just a simple paragraph in your ear and ended by saying “Pass it on”.  Your job … Continue reading

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Where Are You Going? “If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else.” ― Yogi Berra I just love Nic Askew. A good friend of mine turned me onto his short films about a year ago, and … Continue reading

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Have We Forgotten the Value of Play? I read so many articles and blog posts about creating balance in our lives, about how we need to discipline ourselves — especially those of us who work for ourselves or work from … Continue reading

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Do You Suffer From Self Doubt?  Congratulations! Do you suffer from self doubt?  I don’t mean all the time, but at least periodically?  Well, congratulations!  You’re human after all, and you have made a huge step on the road to … Continue reading

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True Success Means Fearlessness Remember this photo — and the corresponding video — of the young man in Tiananmen Square defying the deathly threat of being run over by a military tank. He believed so completely in himself and his … Continue reading

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Success is a Matter of De Feet I know we’re all told to avoid clichés like the plague, but I thought it might be fun to toss that whole idea out the window for now, jump in with both feet, … Continue reading

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The Daffodil Principle This true story of the “The Daffodil Principle” has been shared, posted, printed, and reshared over and over and over again, and it still never gets old.  It is not a short read, by any means, but … Continue reading

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