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Where Discipline is Born: How I Started Moving On Upwards

It's common for people to start out their lives believing what will happen to them, and more importantly what they are capable of, is outside of their individual control. This fatalistic view of life leads to self-victimization. This paralyzing…
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Why Read This? Here's 51% of the Reason.

A friend recently asked me what people get from reading my writing. I had to ponder this. I started listening to the book How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie shortly after hearing that question. In the early chapters…
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The Moments of Moving On Upwards

It is impossible not to recognize that moment. Isn't it? It's the moment where you realize you are doing the wrong thing with your life or you're on the wrong path. That moment stares you right in the face and screams your name. It calls…

Smile

A smile is the look of attraction. It is an action that needs practicing. A muscle that needs to be worked out. At a minimum, a smile will earn a smile back. It is disarming and charming. When not expected it can be weird or even alarming. I…

Friends with Benefits

Jim Rohn, famed American author, entrepreneur and motivational speaker, said, "You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with." Think about that. If your five closest friends are bad at managing their finances,…
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Kung Fu Friends

In recent days I have received a lot of commentary from close friends in regards to the advice and concepts introduced in the Pluck Those Weeds From Your Life article. A few have pointedly asked or wondered if I consider them weeds. To them…
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Pluck Those Weeds From Your Life

We all attempt to stay focused on what's important to us in our lives. Time with family, exploring our passions, and exercising are all examples of some of the best uses of our time and emotional energies. The people in our lives can be our…
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There is no I in team (but there are two U's in F.U.)

"There's no I in team." That old cliche. Bosses may say it after an employee refuses to stay late on day they had made plans. Coaches say it when a player asks for more touches or minutes. They say it as well when the players request more…