Tag Archives: commitment

(#Issue 469) Taking a Stand


It, however, did lead to a deeper conversation with myself. And, even if on a minute level, a deeper appreciation for people who stand up for what they believe. Slacktivism references a “low-cost substitute for substantive actions.”  Hitting a “like” … Continue reading

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(#261) Mixing it Up with Your Audience


So, go ahead. Mix it up. It will not only energize your audience, it will keep you fresh. A note to my blog followers: This week’s post marks the fifth anniversary for this blog. Thank you for following and sharing my weekly … Continue reading

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(#138) Do You Need To Catch Up With Yourself?


Their intentions may be wonderful but their execution is less than satisfactory. Years ago a student of mine made a simple yet profound observation. This student had the habit of postponing assignments. He was a huge procrastinator.  Quickly, his backlog … Continue reading

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