Category Archives: Personal Development

7 Free or Almost Free Things to Do as a Family

Today’s post is perhaps a sidebar to leadership development. However, work-life balance is a key factor in being able to give strong leadership to others. Right now, we are finding our way difficult circumstances as we work to contain the … Continue reading

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Shape Thinking with Experiences that Make You Proud

Do our thoughts shape our lives? Albert Einstein believed so. He said, “The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” James Lane Allen, author of the book “As a … Continue reading

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7 Keys to a Successful Life

A successful life doesn’t happen by accident. A successful life is the result of deliberate focus of your time, energy and thoughts towards what you want to accomplish. Rather than accepting what comes along as unavoidable use these seven keys to create a successful … Continue reading

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Plan your personal development with a “To Be” list

How many of you begin your week by writing a to-do list to track the things you want to accomplish over the next seven days? How about writing a weekly ‘To Be’ list capturing the kinds of personal characteristics you would like … Continue reading

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How to get the most from your journaling habit

I didn’t start keeping a journal until I was in my thirties. I’d grown up thinking only girls wrote in diaries. However, once I overcame that misconception and got started, I quickly discovered the benefit and pleasure that came from … Continue reading

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Quotes and Questions – Ignorance

Two quotes: “Being ignorant is not so much a shame, as being unwilling to learn.” —Benjamin Franklin “The recipe for perpetual ignorance is: Be satisfied with your opinions and content with your knowledge.” —Elbert Hubbard Two questions: Are you hanging … Continue reading

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