Archive | August, 2012

Why Failure is an Option

“Everyone is a genius.  But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”  –A.Einstein I recently read an article in Inc magazine that argued the three words in the English language that guarantee failure are “I will try”.  I know this […]

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Just Thirty Minutes…Really?

A new study has been released that shows thirty minutes of daily exercise can be more beneficial than spending an hour a day working at that same exercise.  Results of the study revealed that those who exercised at a moderate pace for thirty minutes each day lost more weight than those who exercised for an […]

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Positive Leadership Equals Positive Performance

Wouldn’t it be great to work in a place where you felt valued?  To feel that what you do in the organization makes a difference, and that the organization appreciates what you contribute on a daily basis? Now some people may already work in this type of environment.  Other people may say I’m crazy for […]

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Tender Times

I don’t think anyone would disagree that we are in the midst of some very difficult times.   I know every generation has said that, and I’m sure that every time it was true.  But with our technological advances, and the flattening of the global playing field, it is more difficult for us to escape, […]

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Big Feats and Baby Steps

I love having a goal.  Something that challenges me and makes me a better person.  Actually I love having several goals to work on at same time.  Some are personal, some are professional.  I have long-term and short-term goals.  Sometimes it depends on the day and my mood as to which ones I want to […]

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