The Lie That Keeps You Small

I subscribe to Steve Chandler’s e-mails (you should too). Because I’m not feeling terribly inspired, but unwilling to not write a blog post, I am just going to pass along something recent from Steve: Selling myself on “the way I am” keeps me locked in my own fearful childhood. I become heavy with a false claim …

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Always. Be. Present.

Enjoy all you have while pursuing all you want. – Jim Rohn There’s no point in pursuing anything if you can’t enjoy everything.* Be where you are and enjoy everything – even the “bad” stuff (it’s there for a reason, and it’ll keep showing up until you figure out why . . . ). ***** * …

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How Do You Measure You?

You can become an even more excellent person by constantly setting higher and higher standards for yourself and then by doing everything possible to live up to those standards. – Brian Tracy The best person you can compete with is yourself. Strive to better each and every day. *  *  * Did you make a …

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Never Stop Caring, or Trying

Sometimes someone else says it better than you ever can; with that in mind here’s a post from Seth Godin: Forgive yourself for not being the richest, the thinnest, the tallest, the one with the best hair. Forgive yourself for not being the most successful, the cutest or the one with the fastest time. Forgive …

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How To Accomplish More

Who begins too much accomplishes little. – German Proverb Scattered. Harried. Stressed. Frantic. . . . *  *  * These are the words that describe the day-to-day lives of so many people. It’s what happens when you try to do too much. When you don’t know how to say “No” to the things that match …

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Precious Assets

Time and health are two precious assets that we don’t recognize and appreciate until they have been depleted. – Denis Waitley What to do instead? Invest your time wisely, by focusing on your values and authentic goals. Honor your body, by what you put in it and how you move.

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