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The Misunderstood Art of Effectiveness

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I’m pleased to share with you that we are launching a new program: The Misunderstood Art of Effectiveness. If you have participated in any of our programs or groups, you’ve come to know that we won’t be approaching effectiveness using … Continue reading

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Thinking for yourself

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When I was young, I had a friend Alex. I’d frequently come home with what my mom called, “Alex stories.” He was quite a rambunctious kid. Wild, actually. Occasionally, because we were friends, we would get into trouble with the … Continue reading

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Partnership

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I was reminiscing the other day about an old TV show from the ‘50s called Who Do You Trust?, and it started me thinking. I wondered how many people . . . no, I wondered if you have anybody you … Continue reading

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A meaningful life…A life that matters…A life of importance

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Take some time – I mean, right now, as you’re reading this – and think about what’s important to you. I’m sure you’ve thought about the question many times before, and I know it’s probably quite a long list that … Continue reading

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On Communication

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We all think we do it, and yet, there isn’t much of it. Communication makes life go smoothly, and we all know that without it, every worthwhile intention is defeated, nothing useful gets accomplished, and everything rolling will soon grind … Continue reading

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