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Becoming A Better Me

Becoming A Better Me

The theme of “becoming a better person” has been popping up in everything I have been reading or listening to. Possibly because people think about this as the New Year rolls in. It is a fact that most people want to better themselves on a continual basis.  It can be overwhelming as to where one … Continue reading

Leaders Must Be Persistent

Leaders Must Be Persistent

There are several key “ingredients” that make up great leaders in the workplace.  One for certain is “persistence.”  Although it is an essential ingredient, it also can be a tough one to add each and every day at work. We all go through times when we would like to take a back seat and go … Continue reading

Can Reading Change Your Life?

Can Reading Change Your Life?

I really enjoy making the time to read and have found reading quality, motivational, inspirational and sensational books over the last two decades has changed my life in a wonderful way. One that I never imagined would happened just from reading books. You may have heard me mention in the past about Jeff Olson the author … Continue reading

What Price Are You Willing To Pay?

What Price Are You Willing To Pay?

  What one simple, single, easy-to-do activity can you do, day in and day out, that will have the greatest impact on your health; your personal development; your relationships; your finances; and your life itself? Examine what they mean to you and where your dreams lie in each; and then lay out for yourself your … Continue reading

The Bigger Question is…

The Bigger Question is…

It’s Friday and as I look back over the week I feel pretty good about my accomplishments. I caught up on my work, read a little bit and was able to find time to get my blog posts done. One thing that I began again this week was getting up before dawn and getting to … Continue reading

What Do You Need To Move Ahead?

What Do You Need To Move Ahead?

“You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing you think you cannot do.”                                      —Eleanor Roosevelt Today I wanted to share with you a little about a book that I am reading that has captured my attention.  It … Continue reading