Monthly Archives: September 2014

Just be . . .

  So the to-do list might be full of 17 things to do but you only have 28,800 seconds to get them done. Maybe this is a chance to simplify the list. Here are some choices: 1.┬áBe thankful. 1. Lead. … Continue reading

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Help me remember

It’s the same thing as don’t let me forget. In place of a negative connotation, it asks for help instead of barking out a command. We can use it to build a sense of inclusion and teamwork rather than pressuring … Continue reading

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Are we spoiled?

Some of us know what excellence looks like. We’ve had a taste. A small bite of the golden apple. What if we’ve had a less than stellar experience and are disappointed, who is to blame? Is it our expectations that … Continue reading

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Early bird gets . . .

We have all heard the adage “early bird gets the worm.” Here’s a good question for you. Do you know what time it is? Are you in tune with your to-do list so much that if the sun shines on … Continue reading

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Being human

It’s the only species we can imitate perfectly. And when we do that, we fail. Constantly. “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”– Maria Robinson   Tweet

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