On Being Grateful

Life is rarely precisely how you hoped it would be. You don’t need to look very far to find areas in your life you wish were different. Your health may not be as vibrant as it used to be. You may be struggling to make ends meet. Your relationship with that special someone may be…

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7 Inspirational Nuggets to Help You Win This Week – Tome 16

This week, I touch on discipline, action, authenticity, forgiveness, focus, service, and purpose. Make this a memorable week. Nugget 1 If you do it, do it. Whatever you have on your to-do list, get it done. Once you’ve established that something must get done, no more hesitation; get the job done. Starting and stopping over…

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3 Things You Need to Accomplish Your Vision

Materializing a significant vision isn’t for the faint at heart. It takes time and sometimes tears. You have a long way to travel to make your vision a reality. It’s one thing to see something in your mind; it’s a whole other thing to do what it takes to bring it to pass. And if…

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An Incentive to Sharpen Your Skills

Recently, my daughters were watching YouTube clips on 5-minute crafts. The videos were showcasing someone using everyday things—e.g., pins, bottle caps, glue, toothbrushes, etc.—to create beautiful and practical items, such as bracelets, handbags, lamps, and all sorts of the items. As I watched, I was amazed by the creativity of these “artists.” “Who would have…

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Why You Must Understand That Winter Don’t Last Always

In Canada, where I live, winters are intense, as in harsh. The temperature gets way below zero degrees Celius, to as low as -25 degrees Celius. We get snowstorms and periods when it’s cold. Sometimes, it gets so cold that even spit freeze (almost on the spot). The interesting thing is that these weather conditions…

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3 Categories of Goals You Must Set As a Leader

As a leader, you’re responsible for leading your team to achieve results. As such, there are three, high-level categories of goals you must set. The key is that you must keep these three categories of goals balance. Also, as the leader, it’s your responsibility to keep track of these three categories. 1. Your Team’s Goals…

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Why Attitude and Aptitude Determine Your Altitude

To soar in your chosen field, you need two wings: attitude and aptitude. And to gain altitude, you must focus on both your attitude and your aptitude. Attitude The starting point of an empowering attitude (i.e., an attitude that enables you to soar) is to believe that you can achieve your ambitious goals. That is,…

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7 Inspirational Nuggets to Help You Win This Week – Tome 15

This week’s inspirational nuggets aim to help you: take daily steps on the road of self-improvement; protect yourself from the procrastination’s schemes; focus on your great work; share your knowledge with others; carefully choose the opportunities you pursue; maximize your abilities rather than envy that of others; generously give what you have to serve someone else. Have…

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3 Areas You Must Focus On to Grow as a Leader

Your team’s success depends on your ability to lead it. The more you grow as a leader, the better it is for your team (and for you). Therefore, you should continually strive to become a better leader. As you seek to grow as a leader, there are a few things you must keep in mind.…

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Leadership Starts With You

Before you can lead others—effectively—you must start by leading yourself. Self-leadership qualifies you to lead others. True leadership is born when a leader, driven by a passion, pursues his or her vision intently and in doing so, inspires others to join him or her in this great journey. However, to materialize his or her vision,…

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