Monthly Archives: October 2012

3 Habits That Will Redeem Your Time

Are the things that you are doing today going to matter one year from now? Ask someone if their day was productive or not and then ask why.  You will likely get answers based upon the activities that filled the … Continue reading

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Mind the Gap: Possibility vs. Achievement

Perhaps the most frustrating experience encountered is that of squandered potential. When was the last time that you encountered squandered potential? Probably within the last few hours, if not the last few minutes. It is the young person who wastes … Continue reading

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Becoming a leader is zero effort

Ask a child or teenager for leadership examples and you will probably get answers like I did in my experiment with my teenage daughter; Martin Luther King, Jr., Adolf Hitler (!), and George Washington. Isn’t that how we typically think … Continue reading

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