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“Once you take fear out of the equation, the what ifs and maybes disappear and you go forth boldly from a place of love and courage” – Wendy Carrillo

June Book Reviews

Another month, another 2 books. Putting that into perspective, I’m on pace to hit 32 books this year! I realize for some this may be a small win, but for me, it’s huge! One of the things that I’ve seen is that I’m more intentional about reading. I think about what I’m...

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See the Best in People

The scoring in the world of gymnastics is judged starting from a “10”. From there, as contestants execute their routine, the judges look for the composed artistry of each contestant and can potentially deduct points based on certain criteria.   As each new...

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3 Dangers of Isolation

The anointed ‘king of the jungle’ – the lion, is one of the most feared predators in the animal kingdom.   In their environment, they hunt mostly in the evenings or early mornings to give them the best advantage of eating that day.   It’s interesting to note...

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May Book Reviews

5 months and 14 books. Already in the first 5 months of the year, I’ve surpassed the total that I read each of the last 2 years! As I sit and think about that, I look back at where I was 3 years ago-wanting to read a book a month to really focus on my personal...

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Personal Development: Exercise

  As I’ve recently decided to write about certain personal development tactics I employ, I figured I’d continue with another important facet of that arena. (If you haven’t read the others, you can catch up here and here.)   I’m sure you’ve heard it many...

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Personal Development: Books & Courses

In my last post, I outlined the different podcasts that I’ve used to help me in continuing to learn and advancing in different areas of life which are mostly what I now write about.   Today, I’d like to highlight a few other ways that I have taken it upon myself...

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Personal Development: Podcasts

In an earlier post, I revealed my unfortunate time spent being complacent and how, looking back, I wish I wouldn’t have wasted all that time.   Regardless of the past and it’s undefeated record on not being changed, I was able to make some adjustments in my life...

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April Book Reviews

April has proved to be my slowest month for reading this year so far.   Only making it through 2 books was somewhat disappointing. Although, it gives me 12 in the first 4 months, so at that pace, I’m looking at 36 books for the year, still surpassing my goal of...

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Let Fear Fuel You Forward

I can still remember that day in 3rd grade years ago when we were given the assignment to fill out a survey in regards to career interests.   There were many categories and options and of course, this was exploratory, not graded so there was no fear of right or...

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Dispelling the Myth of WHO You Know

I’m sure we’ve all heard the saying “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know”. Typically, we will hear this in relation to getting a job or promotion, or something else that would put us ahead simply for the fact that there is a relationship advantage. How many...

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