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One Word

I recently picked up the book “One Word That Will Change Your Life,” by Dan Britton, Jimmy Page and Jon Gordon. It’s a short easy read with a great idea: find your one word to focus on for the coming

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“A man is but a product of his thoughts, what he thinks, he becomes,” ~ Mahatma Gandhi Thoughts can make or break your dream. If you are constantly pessimistic, you will be fighting not only your outside obstacles, but your

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5 Years

I was listening to the Entreleadership Podcast last night and it inspired me to work out where I would like me and my family to be in 5 years. Laying out my vision of what my life will be like

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Is Being Bull-Headed Really a Bad Thing?

  There’s a difference between being stubborn and having will power. I should know. I have a stubborn streak in me a mile wide. It’s a trait I inherited from my late father. My father and I once argued for

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Finding Gratitude

In today’s hectic world we are so busy we often overlook being grateful for what we have. We don’t mean to, we are just so busy we don’t take the time to think about all the things in our life

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Life Lessons Learned

“What is defeat? Nothing but education; nothing but the first step to something better.” – Bruce Lee Bodybuilding, like so many sports, takes time and training to become great. You are not going to decide today you want to be

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Creating Solid Goals to Live By

“The important thing is that you are working on your goals; your life has meaning only when you are working toward goals through which you achieve your meaning.” – Dan Miller I find my life only has direction when I

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