Worst Case Scenarios
You may still be thinking about your goals for this New Year, but fear may be holding you back from actually moving forward.
When you stop to think about the risks, you would see that there really are none. You actually gain from overcoming certain fears. You may gain wisdom, self-esteem, or even a new business venture. Read more
Consider the very wise words of Winston Churchill who said that, “Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.” What did he mean exactly? Well here are three reasons as to why failing is a good thing: Read more
If you could have one wish for the world, what would that wish be? Some would say “I wish wars would stop”, or “I wish crime…”, or whatever the case may be. I thought about it for a moment and this is what Read more
How casually we wave and say, “Have a great day!” We say it without Read more
I sent out an email the other day that talked about breaking “bad habits”. I have received a lot of email from people who said they didn’t have “habits”. A few folks got down right Read more
Picking up where I left off in the last post.
My conversation with this young lady turned into a whole new conversation when I pointed out that she was getting so upset about something that she had a significant level of attachment to. A significant level of what I’d like to call ‘significance’ which is the weight or importance that you put on something that can easily be causing that level of frustration.
What I was explaining to her is this: Read more
It’s The End Of An Era…
I don’t know what other way to put it.
I haven’t been sick…in almost two decades. Not even as much as a common cold since December 11th 1989.
This week I got sick… and not only did I get sick, I came down with Read more
I went roller skating last night and fell on my butt.
The interesting this is not that I fell, but why I fell.
I fell because I was trying not to fall. You see, I hadn’t been skating in several months and had deemed myself “rusty”. So I was skating around – legs and arms stiff, tensed-up and nervous (in other words, worried).
So after going around a few times like that, I tried a side jump (which I always do) and Read more
We’ve all heard the quote, “You can’t have your cake and eat it too…”
Question: Why not?
Why would anyone want a cake that they couldn’t eat?
Maybe it’s just me, but as far as I know, cake is for eating. Am I missing something?
I think the person who said that was coming from a severely limited point of view.
However, I’ve come to know that this kind of limited thinking can negatively impact the results you get in life.
When someone has the ‘I can’t have it all’ thought in their head, that becomes their reality.
I’ve got some great news… My assistant just quit.
Here’s why it was good news…
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