Monthly Archives: October 2016

Persistence

The time had come–the time to take charge of my weight, my health and my life. This was five years ago, October 2011, and I weighed about ten pounds less than I had a year earlier. Ten pounds is progress, … Continue reading

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Why I Use Twitter

If you will permit an obscure StarTrek reference, Twitter has been the self-sealing stem bolt of social media apps–it seems like it should be useful but I didn’t really know what for. Now, perhaps, I have clue. Some of this … Continue reading

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Rosalind Winton’s Link From The Past

My project to produce a movie from my book Love Is Never Past Tense led me to Stage 32, an online community of 500,000 creatives. When I started to engage with them, an editor invited me to write a… Source: … Continue reading

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Raising Your Standards

Success is about staying consistent. Staying consistent is about standards. Poor standards limit success. If you raise your standards, you raise your consistency and your success–the triangle of success grows. Darren Hardy recently posted a video with his thoughts on … Continue reading

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Stop

The Greek king Sisyphus was punished for his hubris by being required to push a heavy boulder uphill, only to have it roll down the hill so he had to do it again and again. He had no choice. You … Continue reading

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