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Passion or Purpose?
by Dr. Tim Sams.I hate moderation. I hate doing things moderately. I hate having to be controlled, mature, and disciplined. I don't want to moderate how much I eat or drink. I don't want to be moderate with sex, or ...
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The ‘Stand-Out’ Principle
by Paul Shearstone.Think for a moment about all the people you know that Stand Out from their peers. Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky and Tiger Woods may come to mind. Singers like Madonna, Paul McCartney, Pavarotti, Ray ...
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The Magic of Thinking Small
by Mike Litman.Hey! Many of you might disagree and I'm prepared for that. Many 'guru's' might say "Mike, you're wrong." and I'm prepared for that. But what I'm about to share with you has been one of my biggest sec...
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The Magic of Hearing
by Angie Dixon.I’m working on a coach training certification, and one of the “proficiencies” I’m expected to have mastered is “engages in provocative conversations.” Now, that really got me thinking. What’s a provo...
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Letting Go of Clutter In Your Office
by Angie Dixon.Some people would say I’m the last person in the world to be writing about clearing out clutter; I seem to accumulate so much of it. But I also get rid of it, when it reaches the point of bothering m...
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Is The Apprentice Bad For Your Health?
by Angie Dixon.If you know who I mean when I say Kwame, Bill and Troy, you’re probably a fan of The Apprentice. I admit I’m not a fan myself; I don’t watch much television and that particular show didn’t grab my in...
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I Need to Accomplish Something
by Angie Dixon.Do you have trouble taking a day off? Boy, I do. When I take a day off I lie around all day, read novels, eat whatever I want, take a nap, and generally do whatever I want. It’s awful. I get depresse...
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Five Minutes Before the Miracle
by Angie Dixon.Even though this article was next on my idea list, and I write them in order whether I want to or not, I REALLY didn’t want to write this article. Why not? Because it’s about not giving up five minut...
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Doing Your Lifes Work
by Angie Dixon.Most people want to do their life’s work. Some people are able to separate work completely from life and be happy doing anything, but this is not the norm. I once knew a man who managed things for a ...
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Do You Have Your Best Life?
by Angie Dixon.For many years I had a good life. My illness was reasonably under control, I had a nice relationship with my husband, I did work I didn’t hate. It was, as I said, a good life. But there’s a saying th...
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Be Grateful for Gratitude
by Angie Dixon.In Twelve Step meetings, it’s traditional to groan when someone says, “Let’s have a gratitude meeting.” People don’t like to talk or think about what they’re grateful for. It’s not in our nature. We’...
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Your Support Network
by Angie Dixon.Quick. Who’s in your support network? Huh? What’s a support network? Do I have a support network? Honey, who’s in my support network? Your support network is that group of people you can go to with ...
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Your Growing Edge
by Angie Dixon.You’ve probably heard the term “leading edge” used to refer to technology or products that are in front of the curve, that are really advanced. You may have even heard the term “bleeding edge” in thi...
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When Failure is a Gift
by Angie Dixon.I wanted, for many many years, to be a mystery writer. Finally I wrote a mystery novel. I got a best-selling novelist to be my mentor and help me with the rewrite. I got an agent. They sent the book ...
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Whats Simple?
by Angie Dixon.If you walk up to a stranger in the grocery store and ask them to define “simple,” as in “simple life,” they’ll probably say something like “having less stuff.” Or they might hit you with a frozen tu...
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What Do You Want This Year?
by Angie Dixon.Christmas is all around us, and many people are making up wish lists. Those who aren’t doing that are busy setting down their New Year’s Resolutions already. But this is a good time to sit down and d...
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What Being Vs Doing Really Means
by Angie Dixon.So often we hear about “being” rather than “doing.” Often it’s given as advice when we are overwhelmed, overworked and overstressed. “You should just ‘be.’ You’re doing too much.” Well, yes, obviousl...
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What Balance Looks Like For You
by Angie Dixon.Recently, in an online group, we talked about “balance” and an article one member had read decrying the demise of balance altogether. We all had different ideas about what balance is and how to reach...
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Were Good at the Things We Like
by Angie Dixon.Read that again. It doesn’t say “We like the things we’re good at,” though that’s true as well. No, it says we’re good at the things we like. That statement was made to me just today in reference to ...
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Success at Work : Techniques : Computer Literacy
by Stephen Bucaro.It's hard to believe that there are people in today's workforce who don't know how to use a computer. In today's society, being computer illiterate is equivalent to being functionally illiterate. Obv...
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Leadership Development and Jumping Out of Airships
by Brent Filson.A German silent film melodrama depicts an airship bombing London during World War I. Lit up by searchlights and strafed by fighters, the crippled airship loses altitude as the captain frantically je...
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Future Prediction
by Wayne and Tamara.Direct Answers - Column for the week of December 13, 2004 I'm in a long-distance relationship that is five months old; of those five months we have spent a total of 15 days together spread over a two...
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Your 12 Point Plan for Personal Success
by Stephan Iscoe.No one becomes successful by accident. Success requires making a plan and sticking to it. It is simple, but does require commitment; it is not hard to do, but does require hard work. The good news is...
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Change Your Career, Change Your Life!
by Marilyn J. Tellez, M.A..Lots of times I see and talk to people who are tired, bored and burnt out of their current jobs. I'm not sure what causes this dis- satisfaction. One reason, though, that I've thought about is that t...
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Fight Against Atrophy
by Mike Hayden.You know it's that time of year again. You're thinking about your Resolutions for 2005. I recently asked about 200 people this one question: What is the one thing that you could start doing today tha...
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