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Category Archives: influence
(#167) Standout or Get Left Behind
What can you do this week to become the go-to person, the linchpin— the difference maker—in the lives of others, and by so doing, make a huge difference in your life? Last week I read (devoured) Seth Godin’s provocative book, … Continue reading
(#136) A Blogger’s Retrospective: 2012 in Review
Consider this a look back as we move toward the New Year. Perhaps a nugget or two will provide inspiration. Thank you for your continued support and comments. In May of 2010 I made the decision to begin my first … Continue reading
Posted in Balance, Blogging, Goals, Gratitude, influence, lessons reaffirmed, priorities, Purpose, retrospective, Year in review Tagged 2012, blogging, piscitelli, steve piscitelli, Steve Piscitelli's Blog 4 Comments
(#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