Category Archives: Commitment

How long is your commitment?

They were given a special treat by the staff. 60 years of marriage. Congratulations! Is that too long? Too short? Just right? What does commitment look like to you? Tweet

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The story is in the details

Look closely at something for long enough and you may see something you didn’t notice before. A good story-teller knows just how much detail to include. Some pieces are left to the imagination. Others take you on a specific journey. … Continue reading

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Why do we have to be courageous?

In your business or personal life, do you stand alone? I’m talking about taking a leap of faith or standing up for what is right, not to show off, but because it is a showing of your character. Do you … Continue reading

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A month of Innovation – Day 27

“Deeds rather than words express my concept of the part religion should play in everyday life.” Walt Disney Are you walking the talk? You say you want to be good to your customers. What are you doing for them so … Continue reading

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A month of Innovation – Day 25

“I’m doing this because I want to do it better.” Walt Disney What is the most important factor of success? IQ, self-confidence or perseverance? It’s a trick question. According to some research, the tendency to set goals is the #1 predictor … Continue reading

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