Change Equates to Cause and Effect

If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the facts. ~ Albert Einstein I love that quote! Change is that scary word that most people shy away from. I don’t want to change. Why should I change? Why doesn’t everyone...

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Four Steps to Overcoming Challenges

Many people wish life was easier. Our personal and professional lives are beset with challenges and obstacles that at times can seem to make things more difficult than we might life. Yet, if we never encountered any challenges, we would become stagnant...

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Changing Behavior

Behavior can be thought of as a physical thing one does, such as a morning routine. At the same time, it can also be likened to a non-physical process, such as replaying negative thoughts in our heads all day long....

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A Positive Attitude: Doing the Math

Attitude is the one thing all human beings have complete control of and yet many unknowingly choose a negative attitude. If we understood the power of our own attitude in our lives, most of us would change it immediately....

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Discover the Purpose for Which You Were Made

By John C. Maxwell I’m convinced that most people want to live a life of purpose. The vast popularity of Rick Warren’s book The Purpose-Drive Life was in part based on this desire, which became evident when millions of people...

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How to Make a Colossal Difference with a Small First Step

By John C. Maxwell Many people look at all that’s wrong in the world and mistakenly believe that they cannot make a difference. The challenges loom large, and they feel small. They believe they must do big things to have...

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How to Attract Others to Your Purpose with a Significance Story

Guest Post by John C. Maxwell Most people want to live a success story, and that’s a good thing. Success can bring you money, accomplishment, power and invaluable experiences. But success still falls short. Success alone cannot bring lasting happiness...

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Inputs and Outputs: Embracing the Pareto Principle in Your Business

The 80/20 rule sounds like a mathematical formula and in some ways it is but don’t fret, this isn’t a lesson on statistics. The rule came from an Italian economist, Vilfredo Pareto, who stated that 80% of the Italian...

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The Purpose of Navigation

We've discussed navigation, but we should also look at its purpose. The topic of purpose is wide and varied and could have several books dedicated to the subject alone. So, much of what we will talk about today will...

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Personal Development: Checking Your Alignment

What does it mean to be in alignment?  On a car it means having all 4 wheels perfectly balanced.  When one is not aligned properly a single tire wears out quicker than the rest and causes drag on the...

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