Monthly Archives: January 2012

Wax on. Wax off. Process Visualization

You are either a goal-setter or you are not.¬†Generally, I find that most people are much like me in at least one way: No matter to what degree I can define my vision for future creations before I begin them, … Continue reading

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Leadership and A Good Life

No few “secrets to happiness”, or “easy steps to a great life”, or “keys to effective leadership”…but a great place to begin a life of authentic self-expression that adds value through relationships is this: Your attitude can always be improved. … Continue reading

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The Right Questions

“Never tell someone anything you could ask instead.”¬† Stock Photos from 123RF Join #TheRightQuestions dialogue! What are the questions we should be asking ourselves? What is your question? What are your favorite questions for growth and success? “Judge a man … Continue reading

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How to Fix Your Resolve for 2012

I’ve found that people don’t achieve their goals (and resolutions) because they don’t know how to make them in the first place. Try this proven method: Make your Goal WAY SMART: Written, Aligned, Yours, Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistically High, and … Continue reading

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