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Being Normal

November 29, 2011 0 Comments

Before we get to being normal, let’s look at being average.  I think that many of us can buy into the concept that we don’t want to be average.  In fact, studies show that that a much higher number than 50% of us believe that we’re above average in any specific measurement of us.  This of […]

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Coaching meets the Real World

June 22, 2011 0 Comments

I have blogged on this before, but it is so good that I need to remind everyone of it again. I want you to watch a video on a coach who has an amazing grasp of what motivates people, in particular young people. When you’re done, reflect on how this applies to you.  What can […]

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Being Centered… Maybe Not

March 31, 2011 1 Comment

Often people say that you need to be centered.  That you need to find your center. I won’t disagree with that but I will add a slightly different point of view.  While you need to be centered and know who it is that you are as a leader, business leader, or personal and professional person.  You […]

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Soon Is Not a Calendar Date….

February 27, 2011 0 Comments

Recently, I had a conversation with a friend and we were talking about something that they were working and needed to complete. I asked them when they were going to be finished. Their answer…. Soon. My immediate and impulsive response was… “Soon is not a calendar date.” And, it’s true. You can’t find Soon between […]

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Dare To…

February 10, 2011 0 Comments

Do you dare? Recently, I’ve been really interested in the concept of daring. Not daring someone else like in public school. But, daring yourself. The idea of thinking big and daring to give it a try. It’s such a beautifully simple idea. And, a great way to motivate yourself to do more… to explore your […]

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Leadership – From Theory to TV

February 2, 2011 0 Comments

Leadership is everywhere.  And, examples and stories of leadership are everywhere too.  Even on tv you can find great examples of leadership.  One genre that has a lot of examples are “cop” shows or any show where there is an implicit leadership structure.  These kinds of shows are ready made for stories about teamwork and […]

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Nike 2.0 — Just Do Anything

January 28, 2011 0 Comments

Everyone now and then I will find myself stuck.  Everyone does.  Your trying to get your list of things done, but you become overwhelmed, or you just start to phase out and you find yourself sitting and doing nothing.  What’s the cure if you’ve got big projects due and your just can’t get started.  In […]

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Less Is Less…

October 21, 2010 0 Comments

Many people have heard the saying that “Less is More”.  I have and I’ve used the saying.  In fact, I bought into the saying until recently.  The concept was that sometimes, we just make things too complicated.  We add too many variables, or choices, or options, or details, or… words.  The idea behind “Less is […]

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Legend Yacht Charter – Bareboat or Crewed Sailing Charters in Paradise

July 25, 2010 0 Comments

Ok, a warning, I have some personal news that is very exciting… at least for our family, and maybe for you. I am very excited to announce that my wife and I have purchased a 50 foot Bavaria. It’s a great boat kept in great shape. It was initially purchased so that our family could […]

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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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