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Mindfulness Matters

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Often people become programmed to go, do, and be on a constant basis. I have been traveling that road for a long time. My wake up call came however, and I realized something needed to change. The small change that is working for me is being “mindful”. There is a lot of research that link mindfulness and a reduction in stress. It’s a small change that can make a big difference. Are you mindful? Learn more…

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Bad Day? Shake It Off!

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So you had a bad day. I recently was asked if I ever have bad days. I admitted that once in a while I do. But more often I have what all of us experience at times: bad moments. Have you ever noticed when dogs have bad moments how quickly they pass? My dog had an altercation with the cat the other day…the cat won. Seconds later he was playing with his ball like nothing ever happened. The next time ...

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Do You Want To Be Ordinary?

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I have never met a person who openly acknowledged that “ordinariness” was a long term life goal. I have met people who seemed very comfortable however, with periodic ordinariness, Sometimes its a whole lot easier. Nevertheless, being extraordinary not only gives you, but also all that you represent, meaning and purpose. Today – make the effort to me more than ordinary. It’ll feel extraordinarily good.

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School’s Out For Summer – Make It Count!

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That’s what reads on the high school sign I pass almost every day. It gets me to thinking – how about if we working stiffs take that to heart and make every day count? Going to work may not be nearly as much fun as being out of school for the summer, but we can make it more meaningful by ...

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Priorities

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Recently I read an exceptional book: As We Speak. It provided terrific advice about communication, presentation, and everything to speaking related. One of the final chapters was entitled “Creating A Personal Vision” and it has had a profound effect on me – especially the following quote from the book:

“Most of us live in reaction to the things happening around us. We get pushed down the path of life by the demands of people and events, rushing from one urgent ...

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