Category: Self-Development

Making Room

When I was walking out of an office building today, I heard someone say, “I’m not sure I can take it anymore, I can’t see the end in sight.” This is not the first time I’ve heard someone say something like this. It’s all too common. Everyone is busy. Everyone wants more time. Everyone is […]

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Trust Matters

“I don’t trust you anymore” are five words which can wreck havoc immediately. One of the most painful experiences is to break someone’s trust or to have your trust broken. Every day our actions are supporting the trust we’ve earned or casting doubt. If it’s respected, we experience the rewards. If we break trust, we […]

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If there is a response I’ve carried over from my childhood, it’s asking why? By asking “why” it creates another layer of insight, a better understanding of purpose and a more accurate execution plan. Asking “why” is an exercise that should be included in all levels of daily communication. Here are a few “whys” to […]

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