Tag Archives: Habits

Infinite Possibility

“Man must realize that he was not placed in the world, as a finality, something fixed, limited, restricted and unchangeable. He was entrusted with himself as infinite possibility, as mere raw material to fashion as he will for better or … 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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The Open Doors

The first step to effective problem-solving is to realize that a problem is nothing more than an unassembled solution. The more challenging problems typically require more intricate solutions, yet on occasion you might have the good fortune to resolve a … Continue reading

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Pushing through to Victory

When you are approaching the border of your present capability, you have three options. You can: 1) go backwards, 2) stay where you are or 3) continue to move forward. The choice is yours to make and you must remember … Continue reading

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Continuous Effort and Inspiration

“Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence – is the key to unlocking our potential.” ~ Sir Winston Churchill When I consider the many great accomplishments wrought by mankind over the generations I am both awed by what we have … Continue reading

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