Being overweight is not the root of the problem – it is the fruit.”Continue
If you have any experience with gardening you will easily be able to relate to this analogy. Having a vegetable garden this year, I am learning a lot about how to nourish the plants I want to grow and how insidious weeds are! They threaten to take over my garden whether I water them or not. And the longer I let them…Continue
When I wake up in the mornings, time is already moving, in fact it was moving all night long. The only thing that I can do is to get up and move with it. You hear a lot of talk about managing time, and not to look down on the topic, I just want to talk about it in a different light. Time management seminars, classes and practices are very beneficial. How many people would come to a “Me Management Seminar” or “Me Management Class?” In reality, at the end of the day (or beginning hopefully) we…Continue
Here I thought I was going to shatter the world with a unique concept to help explain a strange phenomenon. I woke up this morning with the thought of why we don’t achieve success. Why are we afraid of accomplishing goals and bettering ourselves? The term “negative success” popped into my mind. I was excited and thought that I had just created a new way of looking at human behavior.
Ah, the power of Google…I just Googled “negative success” and it turns out a couple of Ph.D.’s…Continue
Added by Dan Shafer on December 17, 2011 at 12:14pm — No Comments
One of the lessons he learned early on is that there are no shortcuts. (Jump to the podcast)
Raised by a single parent, in a trailer park, tucked into the hills of Colorado, Rory’s mom helped him understand and…Continue
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How often have any of us used phrases like "You're the best!" or "You're the smartest in the class!" with our children, and patted ourselves…Continue
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Personal accountability is one of the biggest missing behaviors in our world. What ever happened to just doing things for the sake of just doing them, and taking ownership rather than always pointing the finger towards someone or something else?
This is why true leadership is rare, but not that hard to find because they stand out like glowing light bulbs in a crowd. A lot of times you’ll even find the leaders in employee roles versus the managerial roles, while the managers…Continue
Joel Boggess of 4 Points Coaching has issued the 7 Day Stamina Challenge. I have decided to jump in, am praying that I am up to the task, and am hoping others will join us as well.
Here’s how we’ll do it: If I were to share the activities we will include over the next seven days, there’s a chance, after reviewing the info, your mind and feelings…
Added by Kim Hall on September 5, 2011 at 6:08am — No Comments
Lately, I've been thinking a lot about responsibility. When we're kids, we don't have much of it. As we mature and start gaining some, it's pretty tricky to handle at first and we may fumble it a lot. But eventually, we get a little better at being responsible as the consequences for being irresponsible become more painful.
But no matter how responsible you are, there may still be areas of your life in which you've never learned how to be very responsible. In fact, you may…Continue
Did you know that your reality has more to do with how you perceive life than most people care to think? We’re on auto-pilot, coasting, drifting, and just moving with life. We’re not deciding anything, but reacting to everything. Why is that?
Perhaps drifting is just so much easier to do. Well, easy doesn’t always get the cake. When we react, we’re holding pre-conceived notions about what our world is like. We’re not dreaming of the future, we’re living and reacting to…Continue
Added by Rob Clinton on April 21, 2011 at 3:00am — No Comments
If you want your life to settle down, you're going to need to make sure your thoughts do too. If you're constantly thinking about getting revenge, or you're always focused on how angry you are, you're only going to get more chaos as a result.
Meaningful change often happens slowly and with much effort. If you're trying to make your life better, focus on starting new habits and making your new and improved life and habits a routine that you can depend on. You'll…Continue
Added by Scott Milford on March 26, 2011 at 11:06am — No Comments
If you could see your life from a great distance, I'm guessing it would look a lot like an ant colony with people running around here and there in long lines of activity going in every direction. Sometimes we get almost too busy to be happy. And if this goes on for too long, we can even forget what used to make us happy. We can get so disconnected from happiness that we find ourselves desperately looking for ways to start getting happy again. And who doesn't want to be happier?…Continue
Added by Scott Milford on March 21, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
Discipline. It's a word that can send shivers up your spine. But I am convinced, now more than ever, that discipline, in the form of being organized and on top of all of your responsibilities and commitments, is probably one of the greatest ways to improve yourself...EVER!
Well, I'm going to let you in on a little secret. I have struggled to be more disciplined for much of my adult life. Some of you may be aware that I have a blog called…Continue
Added by Scott Milford on March 7, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
I read part of the book the Discovery Adventure Club by Deb Ingino to my daughter Eva and we review the book…Continue
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