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Posts tagged with ‘Thought of the Week’

  If you’ve studied human anatomy you already know that the ‘eye’ gets a lot of credit it doesn’t deserve.  We typically say we see through our eyes, when in essence we really see with our brain.  The eye only serves as a tool to provide the reflective signal of the colors and shapes that the brain then interprets and […]

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What do you REALLY want?

  Are all your wants and desires written down? Do you know your life’s goals so well you can repeat them from memory? Do you have your dreams and aspirations displayed on a vision board or storyboard that you can see everyday? If the answer is no, I regret to inform you that you’re probably living someone else’s plan for your […]

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Do you REALLY know how to read?

  Last week I had the opportunity to speak to a group of people about my purpose and the journey towards creating that purpose. To do this I shared a brief story: About 10 years ago a wonderful man and mentor of mine assigned me a book to read. After reading the book, I showed up to his office with a […]

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Show Up!

  Think of where and who you are today… Then count your blessings… Part of the reason you are where you are, is due to how you’ve “shown up”… Right? Another way to say it would be…we all are who we are and where we are based on how we continue to “show up”! This seems to be one thing […]

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Doing What We Can, Where We Can.

  Last week I had the opportunity to attend the 2011 Global Leadership Summit. The title alone would lead anyone’s thoughts towards a list of well-known, well qualified speakers, authors, politicians and leaders around the globe sharing their nuggets of wisdom with a captive audience… …and that’s basically what happened! For two days I had the opportunity to listen and […]

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