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Write It Down



Write It Down

Do you have a written plan for your life? In my experience about 3% of the people I ask this question say “yes”, but these are usually the most successful 3% I know what you are thinking. You are thinking that you know exactly what you want to achieve in your life and it is all in your head. That’s fine of course except there...

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Be Proactive! Fight Procrastination!



Be Proactive! Fight Procrastination!

We’re all guilty of procrastination. We know that we’ve got a lot of things that need to get done yet we prolong the process simply because we don’t feel like doing it or we’re tired or easily distracted by social media, cat videos on YouTube, our smart phones or even baking – apparently it is called procrastibaking. In honor of Sunday’s National Fight Procrastination Day…

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Again about resolutions

Yesterday’s post about resolutions was serious, but this post probably explains better why I won’t bother. Here’s a look at someone’s New Year’s resolutions down through the years. RESOLUTION #1: 2005: I will read at least 20 good books a year. 2006: I will read at least 10 books a year. 2007: I will read 5 books a year. 2008: I will finish The Pelican…

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Forget Goals!

Goals are useless, unless you become the person who would achieve them. When I still worked in the volunteer arena, I heard a story of a minister of a large American church addressing a church board that wanted to grow their congregation even more.  He drew a quick graph showing their current numbers as well as where they said they wanted to be in a…

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