Monthly Archives: March 2013

(#149) Are You Unique? Well, Isn’t That Special!

Demonstrate what you have done (what action you have taken) rather than getting caught up in hyperbole. Words matter. What we say, how we say it, why we say it, and when we say it create a message.  Whether you … Continue reading

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(#148) Finding Your Kokomo

The calendar provides a gentle reminder of the many people and experiences for us to enjoy and embrace. My favorite time of the year is spring. Each day becomes more vibrant: flowers brightly blooming, ocean water warming, and the sunshine … Continue reading

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(#147) Consistency

Intentional growth, evaluated experience, and consistency are keys to personal development. In this month’s issue of Success Magazine, publisher Darren Hardy conducted an interview with leadership guru John C. Maxwell.  They focused on the topic of personal development—what it means … Continue reading

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(#146) Do You Have The “Goods”?

For my readers this week, I would love to hear how you implement the GOOD life. Last week’s blog post looked at placing people over technology. I related a lesson learned from a former student (Vik) I had run into … Continue reading

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(#145) People Before Technology

The doctor has spoken; the prescription is simple. What a wonderful reminder—for all of us. In their book Generation on a Tightrope, Arthur Levine and Diane R. Dean assert that our newest generation of college students is more connected and … Continue reading

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