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Make No Small Plans

Love And Be Loved (too lofty?)
Love And Be Loved (too lofty?)

Small plans are okay. As Mother Teresa said, “If you can’t do great things, do small things with great love.”

So then are big plans better?

Think back through your career. Where did you have the most success?  The most reward? The most passion? The most determination?

If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough. You can quote me on that.

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There’s A New Resume In Town

Is Social Media The New Cardboard Sign?
Is Social Media The New Cardboard Sign?

How updated is your resume?

Even if your resume is updated, it’s outdated. No, seriously.

Social media is the new resume. If you’re not using blogs, LinkedIn, Twitter, You Tube and the other emerging social media channels to promote your personal brand, you are being left behind.

Agree or disagree, it doesn’t matter.  What matters is getting the job.

What are your chances if you follow the old and outdated rules?

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Change The World?

Today! What Is YOUR Headline?
Today! What Is YOUR Headline?

Today is a new day.

Will you go through the motions?

Will you try to change the world?

Do you even have a consciousness of what today brings you?

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New Sheriff In Town?

Cyber-Space Ranger Meets Status Quo
Cyber-Space Ranger Meets Status Quo

No, not a new Sheriff.

A new question.

There is power is simplicity.

Power in focus.

Power in discipline.

Anyone can harness it it.

But it requires an uncommon commitment.

And one more secret ingredient.

And everyone should know what it is without having to think too long or too hard.

But they don’t.

Pity.

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Playing It Safe Is Risky

Do We Live In Fear?
Do We Live In Fear?

Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

Age-old wisdom.

We all know this, and we all understand the ramifications.

It’s a catch-22.

Darned if you don’t, darned if you do.

So what do you do?

Play it safe?

Too risky.

Take the risk?

Still too risky.

Is there a middle ground?