Monthly Archives: April 2012

foundational…

“There are countless ways of achieving greatness, but any road to achieving one’s maximum potential must be built on a bedrock of respect for the individual, a commitment to excellence, and a rejection of mediocrity.” – Buck Rodgers I love … Continue reading

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your voice should be heard…

If you are anything like me, then you need strong doses of encouragement from time to time. Those moments that remind you that your dream is worth pursuing, that you do have something to say, and that your voice should … Continue reading

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a filling station…

In light of yesterday’s post, I found this quote from Stephen R. Covey quite fitting. “People who are truly effective have the humility and reverence to recognize their own perceptual limitations and to appreciate the rich resources available through interaction … Continue reading

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a fill up

It’s quite simple really. If we pour from a vessel it will eventually empty. There will be nothing left to give. In order to give more, we must refill the vessel. Despite knowing this simple truth, it amazes me how … Continue reading

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Day 19 & 20… respectively

Wow, it’s kind of amazing to have come to the close of this process. The last four days leave me with a general outline from which to begin writing. It isn’t perfect, but it isn’t supposed to be. I remember … Continue reading

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back to work…

Today marks my return to 21 days. Yesterday was a much needed rest and reset. I was pleased to wake this morning with a renewed desire to work. Now sitting before my computer I’m ready to dive in. These past … Continue reading

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drinking from a firehose… vacation?

What a weekend! I’ve just returned from 3+ days in New Orleans and I am utterly spent. In one respect it was a tragedy for ’21 days’, leaving me with no time, energy or desire to work while I was … Continue reading

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