Tag Archives: success

Anomaly vs. Pattern


This was motivating to me today! I wanted to capture it for myself and encourage you.   Other related articles 4 words to set better goals 5 Things That will Shape Your Destiny The 7 Habits of Highly Ineffective People … Continue reading

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12 “Nails” that Deplete the Heart


I came out of an appointment some time ago and saw the light on my dashboard. It indicated that my tire had low pressure–it was depleted.  I was able to make it to a garage where they removed a nail, … Continue reading

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The 7 Habits of Highly Ineffective People


There is no real mediocrity in all this world which can be separated from ineffective living.     My sons and I like to have fun and talk goofy at times, as anyone knows who has heard me answer my phone when … Continue reading

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The Dangers of Success


Every leader hopes to be successful.  No leader or business sets out to fail.  Success, however carries with it at least six inherent dangers.  Harari (1993) confirms that “companies that were heroes yesterday are not necessarily heroes today…more than 40 … Continue reading

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Leadership Lessons from SEAL Training — Adm. William McRaven


The following is adapted from the commencement address by Adm. William H. McRaven, ninth commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, at the University of Texas at Austin on May 17. Lessons I learned from basic SEAL training: If you want … Continue reading

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