#JMTeam member Ty Dye shares his insight on New Year’s Resolutions in today’s Leading Edge article!

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First 100 Days – BOLD Leadership

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Questioning Your Modes of Efficiency

Can you imagine that there may be a better way to doing what you do? Can you accept that idea? Are you open minded enough to ask others for differing opinions? If you are able and willing to look...

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Dreams and Reality

Have you wanted to set a large goal for yourself but are afraid to even give it the time and energy to create the plan to achieve it? Every achievement starts as an idea. That idea then becomes a theory....

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Facing and Eliminating Drama

How many times have you heard someone say – I don’t want any drama in my life. Drama is a very trendy term right now, and if you or someone you know is single and dating, it's probably tossed around like...

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The Role of Decision Making

Decision making is a mental activity every one of us engages in on a daily basis. From deciding when to wake up, to what to eat, to how to spend our day, to where to spend our money, to...

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Helping Others Develop Critical Thinking Skills

Critical thinking skills require utilizing our higher faculties—utilizing deep thinking to help us understand and evaluate subject matter on a more meaningful level. Or to put it simply, critical thinking is “knowing how to think.” When we were in...

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Compassion is a Daily Habit

Compassion is the habit of expressing empathy, care, and concern for others. It's one of the most quintessential components to living a peaceful and harmonious life, and it brings immediate and long-term happiness when practiced. Compassion Takes Practice When there is a...

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Commitment Leads to Personal Strength

A commitment should be treated as a binding contract with yourself. Sadly, however, many of us break our commitments with little thought to what making that promise means. We commit to people, banks, work, pets, ourselves, and a host...

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Combating Comfort Leads to Change

On Wikipedia, comfortable is defined as, "...a sense of physical or psychological ease and a lack of hardship", while uncomfortable is defined as, "people lacking in comfort". I disagree with aspects of that definition–more specifically, I'm hung up on the...

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