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Habits – How to Break Them and Make New Ones

Tweet Habitual Behavior We all engage in forms of habitual behavior.  Unfortunately the ritualized, unthinking things we do create impediments to change and growth. Instead of being preprogrammed and robotic in our daily lives, we need to get outside our comfort zones.  We must confront what we want to change or achieve.  We cannot be on…

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Supression of Chinese Dissidents and Activists

Tweet The suppression of the blind Chinese activist is just one of a hundred thousand incidents per year.  China is a repressive country trying to mask itself as a modern society.  No centrally planned, code word for socialism, economy has ever prospered for an extended period of time.  You cannot manage a billion people and hundreds…

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Comparing Yourself To Others

Tweet Be Careful When Comparing Yourself to Others There is a huge difference between using a role model or icon’s accomplishments as a goal and comparing yourself to that person. One can be a motivational tool but comparing yourself to someone else can be deflating and inhibiting. We always seem to be comparing our lives…

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Dream Big

Tweet Shoot for the Moon Why not dream? Why not have outrageous goals? Why do we limit ourselves?  There is nothing to be afraid of. If you set your sights on a lofty goal and really commit to it, you guarantee yourself a measure of success.  It’s as simple as that! What is the worse that…

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Limitless

Tweet No Limits Ambition Some people just seem ridiculously ambitious, attempting to achieve either a high or broad based level of success.  I have been accused of being somewhat ambitious myself, but so what? When I hear people make negative comments about someone with a lot of ambition it drives me crazy.  Most of it is envy…

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Confidence

Tweet The Trust Connection I am convinced confidence is the key to a fuller life.  I would like to look at the connection between trust and confidence. The definition of confidence is often boiled down to a strong belief in yourself and your abilities. However, this definition misses an important component of confidence and the boost it provides in your ability to…

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Occupy Wall Street and Class Warfare

Tweet Just a few quick points on the growing divide and debate over our nations finances. (P.S. – I am not nor ever have been a part of Wall Street, Finance or Banking) 1. The 99% Versus 1% – If you took all the money that everyone in America made over $100,000.-, capping the incomes of…

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The Left and the Right Get Their Own Nations

Tweet The country is deeply divided.  The split seems irreconcilable; the two sides are just too far apart on an ideological basis.  The rhetoric is loud, increasing and hardening positions. Barack, Divider in Chief, is fanning the flames, deepening the divide, pitting Democrats and against Republicans, the successful hard working class against the entitlement class, the…

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Fear

Tweet Fear is a part of our existence.  Our DNA is hard wired and our physical responses to real danger are instinctive.   But fear is not danger but a mental perception of a possible danger.  This is a key distinction that almost everyone misses. Fear lives in the unknown. We are afraid of what…

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Statement of Purpose

Tweet Have a purpose or mission to accomplish, makes achieving your goals easier.  You should be focused on your task or goal.  All your actions and thoughts should be directed towards the goal. This mind set increases your confidence and it is proven that confident people have an easier time with achievement. How Do You Get…

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