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Be a Happy Camper!

Monday Jul 31st, 2017

As a child, I went to a fantastic camp each summer. For weeks, I would participate in activities, crafts, and learning experiences that I never would have been able to do at home.

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Accountability Leads to Success

Monday Jul 24th, 2017

When we set out to accomplish a goal, there is traditionally a great deal of enthusiasm and determination.

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Change Your World

Monday Jul 17th, 2017

Like many other lovers of business books, I was captivated by Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs. Isaacson was able to shed light on a visionary and the companies that his unparalleled genius spawned.

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Mediocrity Loves Company

Monday Jul 10th, 2017

There exists a theory that you become the average of the five people with whom you spend most of your time. The more you associate with those people, the more they rub off on you and shape who you become.

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INDEPENDENCE!

Wednesday Jul 5th, 2017

During this time where “independence” is a theme, I decided to take the month of July and work on a few things that will make me feel free from some nagging items that continue to frustrate me on a regular basis.

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Find Your Organizational Style

Monday Jun 26th, 2017

Over the years, I have tried many tools to attain and maintain a high level of organization. I remember trying to follow the structure and outline of my Franklin Planner.

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Make Yourself a Priority

Monday Jun 19th, 2017

There’s something about putting ourselves first that can feel egotistical or insensitive. It doesn’t seem to align with who we should be or who we’re striving to become, but imagine starting each day with a “to do” list with a completely selfish task placed prominently at the top?

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Respond vs. React

Monday Jun 12th, 2017

The words react and respond are often used interchangeably, but the difference between the two actions are notable.

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Details Details

Monday Jun 5th, 2017

Details are a funny thing. Sometimes we get stuck in them, which keeps us from making progress, lose sight of the big picture and get off track, and, ultimately, delays the accomplishment of our goals.

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Rest vs. Rust

Tuesday May 30th, 2017

I was watching the Cleveland Cavaliers during a playoff game, and an announcer said that LeBron James has had more time off between playoff series than any other player in playoff history.

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