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Gear UP! A Life Lesson from Yosemite

The time to prevent leaks is BEFORE it rains!
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It’s Okay to Mess UP!

The sooner we can get it out of our head that mistakes are something to be avoided or that anything other than immediate success is embarrassing, the sooner we can make real growth and positive change in our lives. Continue reading

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Live UP to Your U.P. (Untapped [unpopped] Potential) — Lessons from a Microwave

If we see the word UP as an acronym for “Unlimited Potential” or “Untapped Potential” it gives even more meaning to the phrase, “UP Only!”. We all have untapped potential.  We can all be a little bit more or do a … Continue reading

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How to Increase the Odds of Reaching Your Goals by 85%

Did you know one simple step for goal achievement can increase your chance of success by up to 85%? That’s a remarkable increase don’t you think? The simple yet often missed step is ACCOUNTABILITY. To set yourself up for success, make … Continue reading

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Deliberate Practice is The Key to Preparation and Antidote for Fear

Most athletes and coaches too, (in fact, all human beings on the planet) have a fear of failure or of not being “good enough” or “letting others down”. Many believe that they are not tall enough, smart enough, fast enough … Continue reading

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#8 The Law of Intuition

Leaders Evaluate Everything with a Leadership Bias — John Maxwell What exactly is intuition, who has it , can it be increased, and what makes it a law of leadership? I love how Wayne Dyer explains intuition.  He says, “If … Continue reading

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#7 The Law of Respect

Few young teens have gained respect from world leaders, educators, and students around the world like this young girl in a burqa. From the tender age of 11, Malala who is known mainly by just her first name, bravely stood … Continue reading

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