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Do you argue for your limitations?
Once again, one of my puppers has stepped in to remind me what’s possible with creativity, determination, and a big enough “why.” How? Maddy showed me the error of assuming that one needs opposable thumbs in order to open jars. … Continue reading
And a-one, and a-two…
If you read my recent posts about the lessons I learned in the process of becoming a published Amazon author, you might think I’d come to the end of sharing what I’d gleaned. You’d be wrong…but at least we’re in … Continue reading
If you settle for what you can get, you’ll probably never get what you could.
I was recently speaking with a friend who made a powerful observation: “Every time you settle for less than you really want, it’s like burying yourself alive.” Ouch. This really got me thinking, and I realized that settling – … Continue reading
Waiting for success = speeding toward failure
If I had to choose the most stubborn, ubiquitous, and effective obstacle to entrepreneurial success, my hands-down favorite would be procrastination. According to Etymology Online, this word comes “directly from [the] Latin procrastinationem, ‘a putting off from day to … Continue reading
The Hamster-Wheel School of productivity
You’ve probably seen cute little hamsters running on their wheels. They look so darn adorable, don’t they? Furry, cuddly, goofy looking as they go in endless circles, working so hard to get nowhere. Do you ever have a sneaking suspicion … Continue reading
Important? Uncomfortable? Downright unnerving? Yup, must be a Quadrant II activity.
It takes guts to do what’s important but uncomfortable. How do YOU handle this? Continue reading