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Back in the Saddle No, I’m not a cowboy, but this trusty (or maybe “crusty”) old phrase pretty much fits where I am (or where I’m working to get to) right now.  I haven’t posted anything new here for quite … Continue reading

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40 Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #31 What one lesson could people learn from my life? “It’s not the events of our lives that shape us, but our beliefs as to what those events mean.” ~Anthony Robbins Perhaps the … Continue reading

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Questions We’re Afraid to Ask – #23 Other than money, what else have I gained from my current job? If you’re like most people in the world, you don’t particularly like going to work.  According to a Gallup poll released … Continue reading

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I just received an e-mail from Paul Scheele at Learning Strategies on doing what matters most in our lives and thought it well worth sharing here. Dr. Scheele is CEO of Scheele Learning Systems, which creates transformational learning and leadership programs … Continue reading

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Do You Follow Your Bliss in Your Work Life? “Follow your bliss.”  How many times have we all heard this famous phrase coined by the American mythologist, writer and lecturer Joseph Campbell?  These three simple words can invoke visions of living an … Continue reading

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What is the Connection Between Spirituality and Your Success “Whoa!!!!  Where in the world is he going with THIS one?!!?” you say.  Don’t panic.  I’m not getting ready to talk about religion or anything outlandishly controversial.  In fact, Anthony De Mello  … Continue reading

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