Monthly Archives: January 2011

Who’s On Your Bus?

Jim Rohn, the legendary motivational speaker and author, said that “you are the average of the five people that you spend the most time with.”  I never met Mr. Rohn, but I don’t think that he meant this literally.  I believe, … Continue reading

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Mind The Gap!

The biggest gaps in our lives lie between what we know and what we do. We read, study and learn a new skill … but then don’t apply it.  We join the gym and then don’t go regularly.  We know … Continue reading

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Excuse me? No excuses!

Do you often find yourself making excuses?  You know what I’m talking about  – telling half-truths about why you’re late, why you didn’t make that phone call, finish that project.  Were you fond of the ‘dog ate homework’ or ‘sick … Continue reading

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Smelling the Roses

Happy New Year! The famous author of How To Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie, possessed a keen understanding of human nature and behavior.  He made many profound statements, including: “All of us tend to put off living.  We … Continue reading

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