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Posts tagged with ‘Greatness’

3 Lessons We All Can Learn From Lebron James On Winning Despite The Odds

  Let’s be clear… I’m not a Cleveland Cavaliers or Golden State Warriors fan. I’m not a Lebron James or Stephen Curry fan. However, I am a fan of good basketball and a real sucker for greatness. For those of you who followed the NBA Finals, whether you’re happy about the results of this 2016 season or not, we’d all […]

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A Lesson On Belief from the Life of Muhammad Ali

At the age of 22, Muhammad Ali beat the odds (7:1) and became the boxing heavyweight champion of the world by beating Sonny Liston.  It wasn’t just his skill that helped him achieve this amazing feat, but also his belief in himself. Before he won the title he proclaimed, “I am the greatest boxer of all time!”   …and after […]

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Worried About Your Survival?

  So many of us spend a significant amount of our time, thinking about our safety, worried about our job, our money, our health, our relationships, our friends, our enemies, and what they may or may not be thinking about us. We willing give the potential and power of our mind to these primary thoughts on a daily basis. Primary […]

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You’re Great! Don’t Believe It? Read This…

  In the previous blog post, Identity Theft, I shared how living without knowing your personal purpose on the planet is the most atrocious form of identity theft. To not know your purpose, is to be robbed of your personal greatness. Our purpose defines who we are and what we should be offering the world. Purpose provides the template for […]

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Identity Theft – Has Your Identity Been Stolen?

  What do you know about identity theft? I’m not talking about the kind of identity theft that leaves an unfortunate victim feeling violated because their name and social identifications have been used to acquire credit lines and purchase things that they didn’t approve and will never enjoy. I’m not talking about the kind of identity theft that’s been happening […]

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