Monthly Archives: November 2012

(#131) One Penny at a Time


Whether it’s wealth-building or a weight-loss program or writing your first book have a plan, take specific steps each day, and remember that you will realize your dreams one step at a time. As cliché as it might sound, it … Continue reading

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(#130) Making Your Life Work!


When it comes to New Year’s Resolutions we find lots of big intentions—but minimal action. I recently heard that most New Year’s resolutions don’t even make it a full month before they are forgotten or broken.  Time Magazine says the … Continue reading

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(#129) Identify What You Can Influence


Today, you have the ability to have a positive impact on your little area of the world.  Tomorrow, broaden that circle. One of my students, during an in-class post-election discussion, said that he was disappointed at the level of nastiness … Continue reading

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(#128) What is Your Brand?


When it comes to branding ourselves obvious characteristics present themselves: How we dress; how we smile (or don’t); how we speak; how we look someone in the eye (or don’t). More than a decade ago I read a book by … Continue reading

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