The Season of Harvest
The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing. – Walt Disney Here in New England, we are starting to see the beginning of autumn – cool mornings and nights and sunny days and the subtle changing color of the leaves. The complete transition from warm to cold weather is but a short while away and the related status as being the season of harvest.A Glimmer of Hope
Fixing the economy is based on an endless number of ifs, if the bail outs, stimulus, omnibus, and future bills will do more than waste money. If we can create enough jobs, if inflation or deflation does not go wild, if we can get the credit turned on again and it goes on and on. No one can say for sure what is going to happen. Everyone is looking for a glimmer of hope.
Alan Johnston, a British journalist, had been kidnapped in Gaza and held four months. He was interviewing former hostage, Ingrid Betancourt, who was held for almost 7 years by the Columbian guerrillas. I was so moved by both of them and their story.How to Feel Confident Within 5 Minutes
A key element to getting and doing anything in life is self confidence. It is an essential part of a person’s development and success, achievement and life as a whole. How would you like to feel confident quickly and right now?How to Succeed With the Power of Purpose
No matter what background you have or the profession you belong, you don’t have to be a futurist or fortune teller to be able to predict yours or someone’s future. Success have universal principles you must apply to actually succeed… The power of purpose is it.How to Lift Yourself to Greatness
No one can find peace of mind, become great or successful by allowing others to live their lives for them. You cannot afford to allow others live your life for you or be in the shadows of other throughout life. You have the responsibility to work your success by taking charge of your life.The Consequences of Our Actions – 7 Suggestions to Help Make the Right Decisions
Decision making has consequences. Seven suggestions are made to help us to be aware of the consequences of our actions and our decisions. Help yourself make the right decision at the right time.Just Do Because Deciding Doesn’t Do
You have the power to make 2009 count big. Dig in and change your life. Accept nothing less than 100% of your best efforts. Train yourself for world class successHow to Purge the Urge to Procrastinate
Do you procrastinate? You’re not alone. It’s easy to say, “I’ll do it tomorrow,” when faced with a project.5 Ways to Move Forward After Losing Your Job!
Have you recently been laid off and finding yourself getting down? Are you having a hard time finding a job in your field? Are you wondering how will you make it through the year? Would you like to try working from home or starting your own small business?The Good Takes Active Consciousness, The Evil Takes Lazy Default
Goodness takes active consciousness and evil is just being lazy, I begin this article with the real honesty I should be ending this article with a flourish using. But I wanted to start with the most real statement of fact in life and existence there is or can be.Bring Your “A” Game to Work Every Day!
The past two weeks, I have been traveling and been in a position to talk to about 200+ employees. Most of the conversations with these individuals stemmed around hard times, how to keep a job, how to deal with downsizing, resume writing, job interviewing, and just feeling plain old sluggish. People are getting tapped out and running out of steam. The challenge is we still have 10 more months to go! What this is leading to is that every single person needs to bring their “A” game to work each and every day. No one is in a position to slack off or rest on their laurels. Even if you feel secure in your position, it is still the idea that star-performing employees are on a life-time journey to excellence. They continually look for new areas to develop, challenge themselves to take on over-the-edge assignments, learn new skills to prepare for the future and have an attitude of “I’m hungry to be the best I can be on any given day.”