Monthly Archives: August 2010

Priorities: Why Don’t I Do What I Say I Want to Do?

Just because you WANT something to be a priority in your life doesn’t make it so. That’s how we end up “making excuses” for not acting on what we THINK are our priorities each day.  Following is an example. My … Continue reading

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Bring Meaning to Chaos – The Importance of Review

“Chaos makes understanding what you know and not know more important… Eliminate chaos through identifying what you do and don’t know.” So writes Scot Herrick, author of I’ve Landed My Dream Job – Now What?. The way you nail down … Continue reading

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The Weight of Glory

“There are no ordinary people. You have never talked to a mere mortal. Nations, cultures, arts, civilizations – these are mortal, and their life is to ours as the life of a gnat. But it is immortals whom we joke … Continue reading

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What PDN Coaching is all about

This is a rough video shot on the spot with no script (you can tell) at the 2010 Small Business Expo in Decatur, IL, courtesy of Falcon Multimedia, a division of Wood Printing in Decatur, IL. It’s rough, but gives … Continue reading

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One Thing I Do

The one thing I do is to help people with dreams become leaders with vision.  That’s my general life purpose and certainly a specific purpose of my coaching business. Chet Cromer is one of the people I am now coaching … Continue reading

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"Its better to be a slow buddy, than to be no buddy at all." ~Some Buddy

Michael Bolton | Lean On Me What kind of a friend are you? Are you a go-getter or a go-giver? Will you recognize your Intersection of Purpose and Now in the friend who needs a nudge? “To the world you may be … Continue reading

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