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The Power of Questions

Could questions be more powerful than answers? Is it possible that there are questions powerful enough to change the course of our lives forever? Are there questions that can shape or reshape our destiny? I have found that the asking of potent questions is like the ‘Thomas Edison Attitude’. Ask not once, but ask until the […]

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Old Habits Stick Like Oyster Glue!

I teach programs in Leadership and I coach business and school leaders. But I’ve noticed that ‘oyster glue’ often gets in the way of people’s goals, plans and intentions! To me, oyster glue represents the old habits, beliefs, anxieties and fears that stick in the subconscious mind. So what’s the big deal? The secret to […]

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Who or What Defines You?

Who or what defines you? An ancient proverb says that, ‘The self is the self’s only friend. And the self is the self’s only foe.’ What beliefs have you held that have held you? What decisions have you made that have made you? What stories have you told yourself ? Have these beliefs, decisions, and stories become […]

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Take a Stand for You!

Take a stand for a vision of who you intend to be, even in the face of no physical evidence… until the evidence shows up! Don’t wait for others to show you who are. Don’t wait for circumstances to dictate or define you! Define yourself! This is not grand-standing. It is not wishing or wanting. […]

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Core Training for the Brain

I was reading an article on Dwight D. Eisenhower this morning. The article said that Eisenhower’s remarkable optimism was not by birth or destiny, but rather by self-determined intent. It reminded me of an essential piece of core training for the brain. It’s a crucial piece that was handed down by Aristotle. And many leaders, […]

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