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Complicit Witness, Push Back and Ambition Cliff

Posts Tagged ‘security’

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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Danger of Insecurity

Tweet Insecurity! We all feel insecure at times.  Sometimes it may be a new situation or environment which leads to a sense of insecurity.  However, I want to focus on those deeper rooted feelings that we may not be good enough.  This lack of self worth expresses itself as insecurity. Bogs You Down The manifestation…

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Occupy, Smoccupy, Its Not Protesting

Tweet The disorganized mob known as Occupy Wall Street and its offshoots are another media creation.  The media coverage is lending credibility to the nonsensical gatherings. They get favorable media coverage and when things get violent as they often do, they are quick to point out that it is only a few of the many…

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Why be Loyal? Key to Relationships

Tweet Key to Relationships and Happiness  Loyalty can be expressed in many forms, to a brand, company, family or person. We hear people professing their loyalty to products or brands,  “I only shop at Saks” or “I’m hooked on Apple” etc. but the most important expression of loyalty is the type shown to other people. Being…

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Confidence – Self Esteem contd.

Tweet Keys to happiness and success? Its not a panacea, as over confidence and a feeling you are too good have brought down many.  But I believe building self esteem holds some of the keys to success and happiness. Where do we get some? Feeling comfortable, a sense of confidence in your approach to life,…

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How much is enough???

Tweet A great question!  How much time and effort should we devote to the pursuit of material success?  As we move up the economic ladder the pull to continue to the next level is difficult to ignore.  We have been ‘trained’ by a culture of consumption to stay on the ‘treadmill’ and move on up!…

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