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Change: Chance or Choice?

It’s easier to stay the same than change, it’s even easier to simply complain while staying the same.  This is the way, day after day, week after week, and year after year people stay stuck.  They stay stuck in the same patterns of thinking and believing.  They stay...

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The End of the World As We Knew It

If you’re reading this post, you know the Mayan’s had it wrong--the world didn't end and we’re still here finding our way to lasting success, significance, and happiness. Maybe your life has all the joy, happiness, prosperity, and contribution you've ever wanted--or...

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The Song of the Bird

I was re-reading a book last evening by the late Anthony de Mello where a parable was shared in the Forward.  It reminded me how much we shape our own reality in all areas of life by the labels and limitations we place upon ourselves.  Here’s the story... “A man found...

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Courage–The Act and Art of Facing What Is

“It’s only when we have the courage to face things exactly as they are without any self-deception or illusion, that a light will develop out of events by which the path to success may be recognized.”  I Ching Naked, undiluted reality can be a harsh or even bitter foe...

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Extraordinary Times Require Extraordinary Minds

Going to be an ordinary thinker or an extraordinary thinker? Ordinary thinking is fine--as long as ordinary results are all you want or need. We all have choices in life. Albert Einstein said, “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of...

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What If Today Was the Day Everything Changes?

Is there a day in life when everything changes? Every night we go to bed and put the day to rest.  Each morning we wake up with another opportunity, another test, and somewhere deep inside the question--is today that day... THE day when everything changes? If fact,...

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How to Fend Off Mission Drift

Do you  know how to fend off mission drift? Let’s face it—no matter how clear, committed, and excited we are to creating success in life and business, things change. In spite of our intended outcomes we’re faced with ordeals and obstacles we never anticipated....

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The Grand Assertion

"First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do." Epictetus We generally are where we are and who we are in life as the result of circumstance. It's usually not the circumstance themselves that are the cause of our condition—it's the choices...

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The Voice of Reason

  You have a voice—a voice inside of you. Sometimes it's a shout; sometimes it's a whisper but it's there. Call it intuition; call it a gut feeling. You can call it your conscience or you can call it a nagging chatter. It doesn't matter but it's a voice that you hear....

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The End of “Guru-dom”

I'm not a "guru"—never hoped to be, never wanted to be—never will be. In its "formal" sense, the term "guru" has been defined as: a preceptor giving personal religious instruction an intellectual or spiritual guide or leader a person who counsels or advises; a mentor...

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