The Smart Way to Make Your Next Career Change

Career Change

In the past few months, I’ve talked with many people who are considering making a career change. Some of them are at the end of their rope and don’t know how long they’ll be able to stay in their current job. Talking to them reminded me of my own experience. When I graduated from university,…

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#005: Step out of Your Comfort Zone [Great Results Challenge]

ComfortZone

Did you do anything out of the ordinary this week? Something you decided to do to challenge yourself? Something that pushed you to grow and stretch? If you haven’t, you’re not alone; many people I meet are comfortable in their routine: they wake up, go to work, come back home, watch TV, and sleep. They…

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6 Reasons Why I Love To-Do Lists

To-Do List

Some weeks are just extremely busy. This past week was one of them. Professionally and personally, I was hit from all sides. As a result, I had a million things to do. When this happens, I make it a point not to let myself get overwhelmed by the influx of tasks coming my way. One…

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Why Accountability Is Essential to Your Success

Accountability

As a teen, I gave my parents a lot of headaches and perhaps heartaches. I wasn’t an easy teen. For my good and their sanity, my parents had to reprimand and ground me many times. Of course, at that time, I thought that whatever I was doing was my prerogative; it was my business. For…

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I Want to Help You More and Serve You Better

Survey

I want to thank you for visiting my blog and reading my posts. My hope is that you’ve found, on this site, insightful content that has helped you move your life forward. I’m honoured to serve you. I want to help you more by making my blog better and more relevant to your needs and…

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How to Follow a Straight Line to Your Goal: Achieve Your Goals Fast!

Straight Line

I learned in school that the shortest distance between two points is the straight line. Any detour, as slight as it may be, extends the time required to get from point A to point B. Goals are, in a sense, a journey from point A (the starting point) to point B (the point where the…

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#004: Cultivate Constructive Habits [Great Results Challenge]

Constructive Habits

Many years ago, I heard a speaker say: “Successful people make a habit of doing what unsuccessful people don’t want to do.” There’s certainly some truth to this statement. Whatever the area of life—whether it be finances, family, relationships, work, or something else—If you pay close attention, you’ll notice that those who are getting exceptional results in that area have very different habits from those who are getting mediocre results.

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How a 69 Year Old Woman Overcame Her Biggest Fear

Woman zip lining

I was teaching a class at my church, and a 69 year old woman shared the story of how she overcame her biggest fear. This fear, which had been with her for as long as she could remember, had paralyzed her in many ways. Her fear: the fear of heights. “There was so much I…

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Defining Decisions That Design Your Dream Destiny [Food for Thought]

Dream Destiny

I live a very fulfilling life, and when I look it over, I can identify key defining decisions that have led me to where I am today. For instance, the decision to marry Carlentz is, without a doubt, one of the best decisions I’ve made. If I had married a mad, overbearing, my-way-or-the-highway woman, my…

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8 Steps to Boost Your Self-Confidence

Pretending to be someone you’re not is tiring. Projecting a false image of who you are is deceptive. Walking around wearing a mask is draining. Suppressing the real you is destructive. Naturally, as humans, we aspire to be confident, and let our light shine in the world, without having it covered up under a pile…

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