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Tag: change

Mindscape Changes Its Landscape

May 12, 2010 0 Comments

Okay, it happened a little while back, but I still should be telling you about my new website on World Class Excellence.  This newly minted site is the first half of a 2 stage upgrade.  The layout and structure has changed to be more easily accessible but, the most important thing is that there is […]

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The Pain of Comfort

April 30, 2010 4 Comments

I was struck the other day by how often people are quite content to stay exactly the same.  We are comforted by the thought and feeling that today will be the same as yesterday and we hope that tomorrow will be more of the same.  We’re not interested in something new.  We’re quite happy having the […]

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Modelling, The Unwilling & Courage

October 6, 2009 2 Comments

Found some interesting notes of mine that must have been sitting around for a couple of years.  They were only a few short lines on a small piece of paper but they spoke a truth that can help anyone who doesn’t know how to do something.  In fact, the notes are so basic that they could […]

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SNAP – The Sound of a Habit Breaking

September 21, 2009 0 Comments

I was listening to an “expert” in the personal performance field talk about habits the other day.  It was interesting.  Didn’t agree with all that she had to say but it did get me thinking about habits some more.  I’ve thought about and researched this area about as much as anyone, I guess.  And, I’ve […]

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Change – What Version Do You Want?

January 24, 2008 0 Comments

I had a simple concept illuminated for me in a workshop that I attend a couple of months ago.  I was listening to the moderators talking about change and how we can implement change to make it easier on teams and individuals. What struck me as I was listening to them was the fact that […]

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