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Monthly Archive for January, 2012

I know I am not alone, I have great ideas, great goals and yet have been missing the reason for working toward their accomplishment. When the ultimate test came there did not appear to be a strong enough why. I still reach goals but there is a part that could accomplish much more if the why was stronger.

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To be willing, choosing adventure! The second star to the right, and straight on til morning.

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There are a few simple steps which will lead to making empowering decisions and goals, acting on those decisions, and creating the environment and mindset to allow us to reach and or surpass the expected results.

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We are all equal in that we all have boundless possibilities, same amount of time, and yet some folks create and help others given the same amount of time and with a dreams and goals for the future.

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While some might believe the reasonable man is who they would strive to become, the truth is out of necessity we create and progress the knowledge and understanding a bit further.

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This discussion is also based on what you would like to accomplish before your ends,. However it differs in that today we are discussing what we want to leave behind. What can we contribute? What would we like to do for others with our life?

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The old you and the new you are present in your thoughts. The comfortable paradigm will have to be challenged and changed as you install the new. This in and of itself will cause chaos!

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If you had no limitations, which is true, what would you want to buy? What kind of car would you drive? What vacation would you take? What do you want to experience? What adventure would you want to undertake? What is it you would place on your bucket list?

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A view on planning Career / Business / Economic Goals by Danny J. Stevens Currently Western Washington is under a winter storm advisory.   News is reporting that our neighbors in the North and South parts of Western Washington were hit the heaviest with 20+ inches of snow.  Without a plan it is easy to get […]

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Have you ever heard of the 80/20 rule? 80% of the people are working and competing to obtain 20 percent of the wealth, while 20% of the people are working with 80% of the wealth. I recently heard Bob Proctor on this subject and he states the percentage is higher, he stated it was about 4% of the people working with 96% of the wealth. This is not meant to be discouraging just that people will often do only the minimum. When it comes to goal setting it is too cumbersome so they slide through and few will actually write down the goals. Fewer people will take the time to put a date to the goals.

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