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Common Sense, Not Common

Hey Fear, You Can Kiss My Glass, I’m Toasting To Your Defeat

Don't Let Midlife Allow Your Common Sense To Go Into The Sewer

Courage. Energy. Enthusiasm. Guts. Indomitable will. Clear, concise, compelling vision. A purpose higher than ourselves. Tenacity. 

Without realizing it, in tough times, it’s like we cross off the obvious success formula. Never get bored with the basics.

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What Are You Waiting For?

Fear’s Antidote Is Courageous, Visionary Leadership

We Know What It Is, But Who's responsible for doing it?

Sounds simple doesn’t it? Just use courage and have a grand vision. Really? A clear, concise and compelling vision, coupled with the courage to do the right thing. Confronting fear from all angles, and never quitting, is the only path to victory. Fear hates confrontation.

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One Question A Day?

Fear Is Natural

Fight Fear With Fear

Fear is natural. Fear is real. Fear is nothing to be ashamed of. And fear is engulfing the world’s psyche. The question worth daily pursuit? How can we slay it?

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It's Not Over Rated

Welcome To Medicorityville, Be Thankful You Have Anything At All

Wouldn't this be nice? Fantasyland, eh?

Tough time to be good at anything other than playing it safe in today’s global financial crisis. To be great requires pushing, pulling, extraordinary effort.

The ROI for being great is much smaller these days. Difficult to find anyone willing to pay a premium for anything. So who’s willing to extend themselves – to be great – for a smaller return? We should all feel lucky to have a job with benefits….

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One Question A Day?

In Judging Others Who Judge, Aren’t We Committing The Same Infraction?

Try and fail, or not try. You'll be judged either way.

Riddle me this, says jeff noel, when we’re critical and judgmental of leaders because they seem to be judgmental, aren’t we committing the same offense?

If you really want to be a leader with impeccable integrity, aim to be as perfect and righteous as you can, knowing full well that you’ll (predictably) fail miserably. It is far more noble to try and fail than to not.

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