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Why your ideas aren’t as great as you think

“To have a great idea, have a lot of them.” -Thomas Jefferson We all tend to think our ideas are brilliant, but that really doesn’t matter unless we’re creating something solely for own enjoyment (meaning an idea that is not to be shared with others). Businesses, however, are about the customers, books about the readers, […]

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What’s on your daily bucket list?

We all have our heavy duty bucket lists that include skydiving, scuba diving a shipwreck, and other big crazy fun events. What about the small things that you want to do on a daily basis? Those are just as important. In fact, I’d say they’re MORE important than the big ones because let’s face it, […]

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11 Things My Life Doesn’t Need

Sam Davidson is part of Reverb10, which is an online event dedicated to reflecting on 2010 and manifesting what is to come in 2011. Sam contributed this question: “What are 11 things your life doesn’t need in 2011? How will you go about eliminating them? How will getting rid of these 11 things change your […]

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Mind/Body Integration

Today’s Reverb10 question comes from Patrick Reynolds: “This year, when did you feel the most integrated with your body? Did you have a moment where there wasn’t mind and body, but simply a cohesive YOU, alive and present?” My answer is one word: Meditation Trust me, I’m no yogi. Actually, I haven’t ever been able […]

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Overcoming Insecurities in 3 Easy Steps

Insecurities are such a time waster, and yet we spend so much time on them (me included). Every single person on the planet has insecurities, and if they think that they don’t then they’re not very self-aware. defines insecurity as “lack of confidence or assurance; self-doubt.” This lack of confidence and self-doubt happens every […]

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It’s Amazing What Others Do For Us

This video is about 1 1/2 minutes long, but probably took about 250 hours to make. It just makes me think about what others do for us, and how amazing that is.

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Monday Motivation – The Wisdom of Wolves (Lessons on Leadership)

I tried to embed the video, but the site wouldn’t allow it. So please take one extra step and click on the below link to view the quick video. Enjoy! Simple Truths | The Wisdom of Wolves Movie.

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Zen Meditation: How to Enjoy It

This is a guest post by Mary Jaksch of Goodlife Zen Zen meditation is not only a way to feel more peaceful or get rid of stress – it’s an amazing journey into the unknown. Maybe you are a beginner and have never meditated before. Or maybe you are an experienced meditator. In any case, it’s […]

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Mandela’s 8 Rules of Leadership

I found the below 8 Rules of Leadership in Time Magazine (7/9/2008), by Richard Stengel. The examples that Richard gives are summarized by me in note form below each rule. As you read these rules, think about how you can incorporate them into you being a Leader in your own Life (not just at work). […]

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