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Monthly Archives: May 2010
I was watching 60 minutes on CBS a few weeks ago and they interviewed one of survivors from the Deepwater Oil Rig in the Gulf. It was a fascinating story from several perspectives. He was in the computer control room … Continue reading
We make choices every moment of our lives. Each day we wake with the ability to choose how we approach the day. We can choose inspiration, frustration, excitement, boredom, anything at all. These attitudes and their corresponding beliefs drive our … Continue reading
The reputation you create has three dimensions: Achievement: What impact are you having at work, home and other parts of your life? Are you accomplishing what you want to? Relationships: To what degree are you building and maintain strong, trusting … Continue reading
We all have a reputation in the world. It’s built over time through who we are and what we do. Some people are pleased with the reputation they have built. Some are not. And some don’t really know how others … Continue reading
I’ve been doing some research lately on how people think and the principle of integrating seemingly opposite concepts caught my attention. Let’s take freedom and discipline for instance. Right now I am coaching a senior level marketing manager. This person … Continue reading
Several weeks ago I was officiating an NCAA college tennis tournament in Princeton New Jersey. My daughter, a senior and captain of her team, was also playing in the tournament. The first day of the tournament I was working some … Continue reading
“…everything can be taken from us but one thing: the last of human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given circumstance—to choose one’s own way.” Victor Frankl Living a healthy life begins with healthy thinking. One of the most powerful … Continue reading
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