Archive for December 2008

My Favorite Mistakes of 2008 – Part 3

continued from Part 2, which you can view here 4: Concerns about criticisms from the small minded ensnared me. That is, in 2008 I got caught up the times in worrying about what other people thought about me. It’s not that all who are potentially critical of me are necessarily small minded. It just so…

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My Favorite Mistakes of 2008 – Part 2

continued from Part 1, which you can view here 2: I concerned myself too much with where finances were headed. Sometimes it’s possible to not necessarily worry about something but to merely focus on it and to haphazardly become negatively ensnared. It’s possible to become preoccupied with a matter that may be neutral then you…

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My Favorite Mistakes of 2008 – Part 1

At the end of each year I spend time reflecting on my 11.5 months of making as many mistakes as possible. I look back upon the year that has passed and its miscalculations with a degree of glee. With a bit slight demented smile I sit down, a pad of paper in hand, a good…

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Make A Difference In The Next 100 Days

New and established leaders alike are in the same boat as our new new president steps into office. We need to establish ourselves afresh in the new year to make it clear we are moving forward with momentum. The following points of demarcation are especially poignant if you are new to a role. You need…

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How To Rekindle Things

The popular digital readers from Amazon, the Kindle, is getting a revamp. If you thought of ordering one for Christmas it’s too late. They are sold out completely. That is bad news if you were holding out for one for the holidays. It is great news in that the new version will be released around…

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