Monthly Archives: April 2014

How Leaders Can Overcome Obstacles for Change

We’ve all heard the saying (or myth): people resist change. Of course, the main task of many leaders is to bring about change – sometimes unpopular yet necessary adjustments. How can leaders push (People do not naturally resist change. See … Continue reading

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Do what you fear and fear disappears.

Do what you fear and fear disappears.- David Joseph Schwartz In my past posts, Fail to Succeed, No Exceptions!, and Being the Difference, you will notice that all of these articles not only include… See on curioushumans.wordpress.com

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What we have done for ourselves alone, dies with us …

What we have done for ourselves alone, dies with us; what we have done for others and the world, remains and is immortal. – Albert Pike (more quotes and sayings about kindness) “Everyone must leave something behind when he dies, … Continue reading

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Success Requires Pessimistic Optimism

At a recent conference, Stanford’s Bob Sutton explained what he thinks are the most important ways a team can achieve balance. See on http://www.inc.com

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Positive Thinking And Its Effect On Your Health

The first situation to consider is the relationship between thoughts and conditions like depression and stress. A crucial question is whether the person’s thoughts are creating the physical depress… See on transformationsbyseanmichael.com

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Seven Ways to Build Confidence

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Learning to Unmask Our Hidden Potential

So what are your comfort zones? Are there places where you are hiding and not allowing God to show you your true potential? I challenge you to go through the “Unmasking” process, too. Seriously, when you get your first taste … Continue reading

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