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15 Creative Ways to Enhance Gratefulness

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January 31, 2019
“When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.” -Lao Tzu

It’s interesting to see what buzz words trend in business and life from time to time. The current trending work of being grateful seems to be everywhere. There are more book and blogs coming out daily about being grateful and thankful. Remember, being grateful is expressing appreciation outwardly and being thankful is more inward.

Under : personal development, personal growth, success, grateful, gratefulness

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A Reading Life Thanks Mom - Books on my 2019 Starting List

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January 14, 2019

A big thanks to my Mom for instilling the power of books into my life from an early age. I remember vividly all the trips to the library and then to the bookstores when shopping malls were the rage. Spending hours in Dalton, Walden, Borders and a host of small independent bookstores were memories that will not be forgotten. An ongoing joke between my Greek wife (Jan) and me is this: I went to bookstores/libraries as a child and Jan went to grocery stores and farmers markets!

Under : personal development, reading challenge, success, reading, lifehack, success ideas, reading goals

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Top 8 Reasons to Read Biographies to Enhance your Sales - 12 Biographies for the Year

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January 08, 2019

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.” Theodore Geisel (Dr. Suess)

Under : success, sales, success ideas, business success, biographies, reading goals

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How To Shake-Up Your Career    

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January 09, 2018

Unlike 30-40 years ago, as our parents and grandparents stayed at one job forever, the trends have clearly changed especially with the new exciting creativity and disruption mentality of so many millennial. When was the last time you looked at your career path and did a deep dive evaluation?   It's just like looking down a road or path. 

Under : personal growth, success, career

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Failure and the Path to Success

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August 09, 2016

Guest blog post by Jim Harshaw.

 

In the fall of 2012, I pulled the plug on my business.

I labored at it for years but it was now clear that it would fail. It was a terrible feeling. Like years of time and money have been wasted.

I've felt that feeling before.

It was March 20, 1998. In front of 14,000 fans at the Convocation Center in Cleveland Ohio, I failed to reach my goal of becoming a Division I All American. Years of time and money that had been invested felt like they'd been wasted. I found myself in the locker room, my face buried in a towel in tears wondering why I can't do this. "What's wrong with me?," I thought. "I couldn't possibly have worked any harder. I couldn't have run more miles or lifted more weights or watched more film. There weren't enough hours in the day."

Under : CGO Articles, goal setting, goals achievement, personal development, success

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