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Choosing How To Live Your Life

If today were my last day on earth, I think I would go without any real regrets. That feels pretty good. Now don’t get me wrong, I am very much opposed to going today, but I am certain that we have almost no say in the matter. It’s comforting to think we do, but we don’t. Sure, we can be careful and avoid dangerous situations; but the truth is, we don’t get to chose how we die; we chose how we live.

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Are You Getting Caught Up In Other People’s Messes?

A few years ago I had the opportunity to attend the Indianapolis 500. You have to see it to believe it. I recommend putting it on your list of things to try and sneak in once before you die. It has nothing to do with being a racing fan. The sights, sounds, smells, the people. It is bigger than life.

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Improve Your Day With A Little Procrastination Elimination

I’m not sure where I heard this theory, but it is so very true. Start your day by eating the frog, and you are empowered to take on the rest of the day. (What? Really? Ribbit?!?)

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Are You Leaving Your World Better Off?

We did a lot of camping as a family when I was a kid. We packed up our van (mom and dad did all the work, but I still like to say we), and the five of us piled in for more hours in a vehicle than any family should ever spend together. Our itinerary usually took us west. Yellowstone, Canada, Tetons, Mount Rainer, Badlands, Grand Canyon, Glacier, Mount Rushmore, Wall Drug, Reptile Gardens, Bear Country USA. You get the idea.

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Is ‘Good Enough’ Robbing Your ‘Good’?

My grandfather used to say, "Anything worth doing is worth doing well." Seth Godin puts it like this, "If you don't think you have the time to do it right, what makes you think you'll have time to do it over?" Two different reasons for doing something well the first time. One is about taking pride in what you do, and the other is about time management.

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Are You Comfortable Or Are You Growing?

"Growth and comfort cannot co-exist." I stumbled across that quote over the weekend by Ginni Remetty, the new CEO of IBM; and I think its true on every level. You need to step out of your comfort zone to grow on a personal level.You must change patterns and habits to achieve different results. You will have to adapt and challenge your beliefs to move with the rapidly evolving world.

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Does Your Team Have The Right Mix?

If you were to ask me what my favorite candy is, I would respond specifically, "Fun Size Snickers." Not Snickers, but Fun Size Snickers. Sure, you have bite size, king size, and the original Snickers bar, but none of those 'satisfy' me quite the way a Fun Size Snickers does. (And not one, but half the bag. Who can eat just one?)

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Are Distractions Derailing Your Success?

At any given moment in time, there are a few 'right things' that we should be focusing on to accomplish a desired outcome. Figuring out what the 'right things' are is often difficult, but staying focused on them is the lifeblood of achieving a preferred result. Here's the rub; the 'right things' are usually a small, finite number of behaviors that will get us where we want to be. Everything else is a distraction.

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