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The Bouncer (Turning Defeat into Victory)
by Gary E. Anderson.The Bouncer (Turning Defeat into Victory)(from Spider’s Night on the Boom)Gary Andersonwww.abciowa.comI'm a pretty competitive guy, though I try to keep it in perspective. But there are times, often when I least expect it, when life teaches me less...

The "D" Word
by Carole Pagan.Nothing strikes fear in the hearts of people everywhere more than the dreaded D word. Revolutionists have diluted it's power gradually over the last 50 years, insisting that we no longer need such a thing. They have created numb minded societies wit...

Your feelings & emotions
by Andrew Abernathy.How you respond to How are You reveals a great deal about you."Hi! How are you?""Not bad, you?"How many times have you started a conversation this way? I'll bet you do it nearly every time you say hello. We have been trained to the cultural activity ...
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Integrity
by Janet Ilacqua.Webster's Third International Dictionary defines the word as: An uncompromising adherence to a code of moral, artistic or other values; utter sincerity, honesty, and candor; avoidance of deception, expediency, artificiality, or shallowness of any kin...
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Chewing On Mindfulness: Gum Is Your Secret
by Maya Talisman Frost.My grandmother, a feisty and athletic woman in her younger years, was a gum-chewer. She was never without a pack or two of Wrigley's Doublemint gum. She wasn't a snapper or bubble-blower--she viewed that as highly uncivilized. Grandma kept her mouth ...
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How To Get Everything You Really Want
by Alan Allport.Have you ever wanted to have a source of power on tap whenever you needed it so that you could be in control of every life situation? Have you ever wanted a source of power that you could tap into to bring you everything in life you ever wanted?I'm s...

Reflect Upon Your Harvest at Thanksgiving
by Susan Dunn, Ma, Emotional Intelligence Coach.I don't know about you, but at this time of year I always think of work. It’s harvest time. Because of the years I spent in the MidWest, I was around people who were harvesting produce, bringing in the crop for the year. The quirks of nature notwit...
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Lives of Great Achievers
by Josh Hinds.Key Things I've Learned From Studying The Lives of Great AchieversBy Josh Hinds(c) 2004I've long been a student of those who have achieved high levels of success. Over the years I've noticed several common threads in the makeup of the people I've stu...
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Mindfulness: Youre Soaking In It!
by Maya Talisman Frost.Looking for a bit more mindfulness in your daily life? Relax. You're soaking in it! Perhaps you remember Madge the Manicurist, a television commercial character who commiserates with her clients about their chapped hands. While she is filing the nail...
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Change Is Good
by Boyd Martin."I get up in the eveningAnd I ain't got nothing to sayI come home in the morningI go to bed feeling the same wayI ain't nothing but tiredMan, I'm just tired and bored with myselfI check my looks in the mirrorI wanna change my clothes, my hair, my fac...
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Going far, doing great...
by Harish Dhingra.In this article I am not taking you far but your thoughts. It's all about a journey of thoughts. Your concentration is ticket for this journey.Now all of us will ride for our Mission called success. Just hold your thoughts and smile. We will go faste...

Let Me Hold You Just One More Time
by Chuck Hinson.AUGUST 23, 1990My sons -- Tim and Mike -- were ecstatic; they'd finally reached the final stage of Super Mario 2 and was now fighting the evil Koopa when they were interrupted by a long, almost urgent, knock on the front door. Pausing the game, Tim, ...
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"Like A One-Eyed Cat Peeping In A Seafood Store"
by Dean Phillips.Want to be successful in whatever it is you choose to do? Then you need to be focused--just "like a one-eyed cat peeping in a seafood store!"Guess what that old one-eyed cat see's, when it's peeping in that seafood store? Seafood--that's it! No peopl...

Floating In Mindfulness: Dealing With Disappoinment
by Maya Talisman Frost.Feeling disappointed? It's time to float. The time-honored approach to disappointment generally involves a fair amount of wallowing followed by a concerted effort to move on. Okay, this can work. But a more mindful approach includes an interim phase ...
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Different New-Years Resolution - Pass-It-Forward
by Nisandeh Neta.Every 12 months, as the New-Year rolls around, we all brag about our New-Year's Resolutions. With inflated chests and with all the authority we can muster, we announce to any and every available ear, that we're going to lose weight, stop drinking and...

We Fall Down
by Dawn Fields.When I first heard Donnie McClurkin's song, "We Fall Down (But We Get Up), I got goosebumps. The second time I heard it I loved it even more. There is a Gospel House remix of the song that is simply off the hook.The reason I felt that this song was s...
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The Power of Small
by Rick Beneteau.Routinely, I rise out of bed before the birds, and watch the sunlightflood my office every morning. See, I love this time of day! But whatI don't love is being rudely rousted out of a deep sleep before mynormal rise and shine time, and every day for ...
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The Tiniest of Gladiators
by Rick Beneteau.I stared into those biggest of navy blue eyes and felt the power ofhis fighting spirit, despite the pain and week long raging fever. Mostof the time my heart was in my throat and my mind was awash withcounter-productive thoughts like, "why him?" and ...

The Ungiven Gift
by Rick Beneteau.He was pencil thin and walked with a limp. A thirteen year-old boywith huge yearning eyes who was always an unlucky patient on thechildren's floor of the hospital where my youngest daughter was alltoo often incarcerated.Curtis had sickle cell anemia,...
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Check Your Comfort Zone At The Door
by Josh Hinds.Check Your Comfort Zone At The DoorBy Josh Hinds(c) 2004No matter what goals and dreams you desire, there's a good chance it's going to mean reaching beyond what you believe yourself to be capable of.This fine line between what we think we can achiev...
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Let the Holidays Be
by Lynn Cutts.Ah, the holidays. That sleepless time of the year. That season when we become so frantic and panicked and worried about everything we've got to do that we forget to enjoy the process. That season of giving. And shopping and wrapping and shipping. And...
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Holiday Intentions
by Lynn Cutts.Over the course of the last 2,000 or so years, we've managed to cram our three biggest holidays into the space of about six weeks. We don't spread them out so that we can savor each event. Instead, we choose a time of year in which the weather is lik...
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Focus on your future vision!
by James Winston.Unfortunately, most people will never develop a strong future vision for their lives. They will never admit to themselves, or anyone else, what their dreams really are, and they won't put a deadline on those dreams and transform them into goals. Thus...
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Four Steps to Getting More of What You Want
by Becky Waters.How do successful business people and millionaires create their success? By asking for what they want! It's a simple concept that has become almost a cliché: ask and ye shall receive. Yet many people wish or think about having something, but are hes...
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Taking Action
by John Calder.? 2004, John Calderhttp://www.TheEzine.netThe single most common cause of failure for Internet marketers, no matter how long they've been around, is inaction. It's that simple. Most fail because they never do anything. They buy ebooks, subscribe to e...
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