Monthly Archives: May 2009

Ships at a distance have every man’s wish on board…

Today, I will be brief. This weekend will be a glorious one, invested at a Father/Son camp with my middle boy, Dylan, who is almost 15. So my post today will be brief, borrowed and, I hope you will agree, … Continue reading

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Prequel: The Incredible Power of … Goal Achievement

Yesterday, my friend Jodie Brooks allowed me to present her as my guest blogger and share with you her ecstatic email after launching her Jodie Brooks Photography business and website. Is she an absolute delight, or what? Her photography is … Continue reading

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The Incredible Power of Problem-Solving and Goal Achievement

With permission, by guest blogger Jodie Brooks Mark, I recently participated in an ISAE (Illinois Society of Association Executives) committee meeting where your name was brought up and I wondered how you were doing so I thought I’d drop you … Continue reading

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Customer Loyalty in Action

by Becky Morris I just love random actions of kindness. My day started with one and it was fantastic! Here is what happened: I stopped in this morning at the Circle K, my new favorite place to get a cup … Continue reading

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A Place in Time

by Mark Sturgell I am going to focus on sales professionals today, as an example, but this message is for everyone. This is about me…and you, too. Sales professionals have the potential to live, work and produce in three dimensions: … Continue reading

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Bullies in the Work Place

By Becky Morris Run into any bullies recently? Maybe I have been living under a rock, but for some reason I always related bullying to the school playground, not to the corporate world. Recently, a friend was describing a situation … Continue reading

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You Can’t Do Anything with a Broken "Want to" – Part Two

by Mark Sturgell At the heart of everything we do at Performance Development Network is the goal of helping people who dream become leaders with vision. At the heart of living at The Intersection of Purpose and Now is becoming … Continue reading

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You Can’t Do Anything with a Broken "Want to" – Part One

by Mark Sturgell I help people who dream become leaders with vision. There is a difference, you know. Everyone has dreams, although I am always amazed at how FEW dreams most people have, and how they lose their dream capability … Continue reading

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Keep Your Fire Burning

by Becky Morris Attending a conference of colleagues, for me, is both inspiring and rejuvenating. It is an opportunity to reconnect with old friends, hear new ideas, discover what tactics are being effective and reconfirm my belief in what I … Continue reading

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Do You See What I See?

By Becky Morris: I am not my sister. I am not sure why I feel compelled to say it, but “my sister and I do not look alike”. My sister is several years younger than I. We have a very … Continue reading

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