Category Archives: Growth

Nothing wrong with wishing to be somewhere else

If you are wanting to improve your situation, visualizing where you want to be is an important step. An internal satisfaction which does not demand changes in external circumstances. . . that’s contentment. And that’s a good place to be. … Continue reading

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Got a plan for what’s next?

When this project, job, assignment, adventure is over, what’s next? Most of our jobs, what we get paid for, are temporary. They may take 30 years to run their full course. But they will eventually end due to the job … Continue reading

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Are you up to the task?

Have you reviewed your job description lately? How relevant is it now compared to your first day on the job? Through education, training and personal development, you have within you the power to rewrite the particulars and redefine your position. … Continue reading

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Put it into practice

Pre-K, elementary, middle, high school. College, graduate school. Professional learning, continuing education. When does it ever stop? Never. Constantly trying to better yourself through continuing education is great. As long as you put it into practice. “What is right and … Continue reading

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Like a rock

Not speaking of the slogan used by a major car company. Or the Bob Seger album with the same title. In your decisions as a business owner, as a husband/wife/father/mother/person-in-general, are your principles on solid ground? Don’t just do something, … Continue reading

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