Monthly Archives: January 2011

Do you believe that God orchestrates events in your life? Then I have a tale for you . . .

Do you believe that God is at work in your life? I am not an overtly religious person, but I do believe in a higher power, an all-loving omniscient being (called God) who has a hand in orchestrating events from … Continue reading

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5 Signs It’s Time For a Career Change

5 Signs You Need a Change: 1) You have become stale, stagnated, and burned out, and you don’t have anything left to give. Every assignment is a mountain, not something you gleefully do quickly. 2) You’re too comfortable in a … Continue reading

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Kids Outgrow Things (Toys, Activities, etc.), Can Adults?

Yes, adults can “outgrow” what once worked for them or what they once aspired to. It’s been said that people have a hard time accepting and/or dealing with change. But nothing stays the same forever. In your own life, how … Continue reading

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Learning to Recognize and Seize Opportunities

After my last post regarding the incident in the ladies locker room at the gym, I decided to take a look back at another similar incident that happened a few years back. What do you when . . . On … Continue reading

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Claim Your Space In Life

The other day I was driving on the tollway, maneuvering in-and-out through heavy traffic. As I was about to change lanes, I noticed another driver was already starting to creep into my space, even though I hadn’t quite vacated the … Continue reading

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Seabiscuit: A Lesson In Thinking Outside the Box

Set in the 1930s during the Great Depression, Seabiscuit is the true story of three unlikely men who come together to ultimately mold a champion. Tom Smith, a wild mustang breaker, is watching his way of life vanish before his … Continue reading

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What does it take to be #1?

The last two of my posts have explored the correlations between criticism and jealousy (and why people hate and/or are jealous of #1). The final post in this series will explore the qualities that it takes to actually be number … Continue reading

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