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Praise or Persecution

In the face of persecution, you have two options. You can either assume the role of the victim and be overcome by the attack or you can use the energy focused against you to move you closer to your goal. … Continue reading

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Relax into the Pressure

The exercise of judgment destroys your capacity of discernment. In no instance is this more self-evident than in the matter of handling pressure. The ability to relax into pressure rather than judge it and consequently react negatively or withdraw from … Continue reading

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Energy, Discipline, Spirit

Managing people, like training horses or parenting, is all about harnessing energy and teaching discipline, while preserving spirit. The best managers, like the best trainers, possess a remarkable capacity for empathy and their high expectations are never lowered by sympathy. … Continue reading

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Your Constant Companion

My father-in-law regularly shares books with me that have inspired him. The latest was “Master your Traits, Master Yourself” by Bob Burg and while I haven’t had the time to get through it yet, there was a riddle written by … Continue reading

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Reserve Power

“The untold revelations of Nature are in her Reserve Power. Reserve Power is Nature’s method of meeting emergencies. Nature is wise and economic. Nature saves energy and effort, and gives only what is absolutely necessary for life and development under … Continue reading

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Head, Heart, Hand

“A heart to resolve, a head to contrive and a hand to execute.” ~ Edward Gibbon This lovely phrase is the basis upon which mountains are moved. Whatever your intent, when your heart, head and hand are unified in purpose … Continue reading

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