Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2012’

  • Tending the “Garden”

    One of the most impactful books I’ve ever read was a book written by James Allen in 1903 called “As A Man Thinketh.”  The copy I have is 4½” x 6” and is only 72 pages long.  I can tell you that it is such …

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  • How Do Your Doors Open?

    A few days ago, I was having a conversation with a very good friend of mine named Bill Watkins.  There are several very neat things happening to him right now.  His life is exciting, interesting, and full of fun.  He’s also been through some very …

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  • Wanna Get Lucky?

    A couple of days ago, I was having lunch in a local Mexican restaurant.  I was actually working on a blogpost, when out of the corner my eye I saw one of my friends walk in with his son Stephen and Stephen’s girlfriend.
    I hadn’t eaten …

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  • Focus Tip #1

    So you think that “Multitasking” is a good thing.
    I’m reading a book right now called “Crazy Busy” by a man named Edward M. Hallowell, M.D.  A very interesting read!
    One of the chapters is called, “The Myth and Reality of Multitasking.”  In the chapter, he says …

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  • Tall Poppy Syndrome!

    Recently, while doing a seminar in Tulsa, OK. I met a lady at one of the breaks who told me a story about a concept, which had marked her life.
    Years ago, the company her husband worked for had transferred them to a spectacular, South Pacific Island.  As …

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  • Do You “Choose” to be Blessed?

    On a recent afternoon, I was at the gym working out.  Between sets, I was sitting on a bench resting, and I saw one of the head guys that works there close by.
    As he was walking, he was stopping, taking weights off of machines, and …

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  • Goals Session 18: A Success Story!

    About a year ago, I was in one of the larger cities in the Pacific Northwest teaching a seminar.  Part of the day was devoted to taking them through the process that you’ve gone through to learn how to set S.M.A.R.T. goals successfully.
    At a certain …

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  • First Class Part 2!

    . . . If you haven’t read the beginning of this story, click here: First Class!
    I got out of my seat and approached the first-class flight attendant who was in the front galley.  I spoke very quietly so that my words would not be heard …

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