Not forgiving is sometimes a function of not trusting our ability to be strong and whole in the face of the thing or person we have forgiven. We are glad (eventually) for the realization that someone, or something, has harmed us and we want to be vigilant against future injury, or error. So we remain …

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Tom Peters on Integrity

“There is no such thing as a minor lapse of integrity.” – Tom Peters A mentor of mine once said that how you do one thing is how you do everything. While I don’t buy into that notion completely (only 99.999%), I do use the idea as a guiding principle — and it informs my …

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Winning the Internal “Battle”

“Our greatest enemies, the ones we must fight most often, are within.” – Thomas Paine And the enemy’s greatest ally are the lies we tell ourselves. When we keep our promises, to ourselves, the internal battle fades to nothing.


There is something that permeates every aspect of your life. Something so pervasive that you likely don’t notice it, or its effects. This something is like water to a fish. It’s your mindset. Your mindset is how you interpret everything. It is the lens through which you filter and view everything that happens, and doesn’t …

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