Tag Archives: Personal Growth

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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Enjoy the Climb UP

Enjoy the climb UP and seek growth and experience as the ultimate measure of your success. Continue reading

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RISE UP

Like fierce and angry winds blowing a ship to shore, adversity and negativity teach us far more and much faster than a life without it. While no one wants it, I hope that no one escapes it. Choose to RISE UP each time and see where it takes you. Continue reading

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Look UP!

While there are many things that deserve your focused attention while living life, never forget to LOOK UP otherwise you could miss something that makes your life worth living. Read about my trip to the moon and back that taught me this. Continue reading

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Show UP and Be Present to Win

Is it enough to Show UP? Try out my four simple suggestions for showing up more intentionally. Take the 21 day challenge (or just do it for a week) and let me know how it goes!
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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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#6 The Law of Solid Ground

Trust is the Foundation of Leadership When I think of solid ground, I think of integrity and stability. While hiking and exploring, I test the stability and integrity of a bridge before crossing to the other side. There have been times … Continue reading

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