As we enter the very last week of summer, and we begin to think about where we are and all that we want to be different in our lives as we move forwar
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“Every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.” Oscar Wilde  The mind loves to compartmentalize everything—especially people.
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Have you ever said, “Ok, we’v tried it your way, now let’s try mine“? Of course you have. I know for me, when I utter those wo
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A long time ago people thought the world was flat—and that made perfect sense. As you looked out at the horizon, the world appeared as though it jus
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What was your “Big Win” yesterday? When you look back on the last 24 hours, what was it that made the day great? It doesn’t have to
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Doug and I spent this past weekend bringing one of our daughters back to college. We have two more children who will be heading off to college, as wel
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“Without effort, you cannot be prosperous. Though the land be good, you cannot have an abundant crop without cultivation.” ~ Plato In my r
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Have you ever had anything go wrong in your life or your career? Perhaps it’s even going wrong right now. Nobody likes when this happens, but it
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I recently took a class and like any good student, I was looking for answers. Unfortunately (and fortunately), the class didn’t provide answers,
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Have you ever said, “Yes,” when you really meant, “No”? Do you think you fall under the category of generous and helpful? Or d
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“All things are possible. Who you are is limited only by who you think you are.” — Egyptian Book of the Dead Who are you? Have you asked yoursel
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A couple of weeks ago, Doug and I went on a bike ride with friends. We ended our ride with lunch at an outdoor cafe in Hopewell. After lunch, our frie
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Yesterday morning, while attending a socially distanced breakfast meeting, my friend, Kerri, recounted a recent podcast she had listened to by Jonatha
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Have you ever thought about the word resilient? My weekly executive leadership team asked to discussed this topic on our next call. It’s a great
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Yesterday I went out on a solo bike ride. As I was cutting through our local high school parking lot, which I’ve done a million times, I noticed
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“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” Viktor E. Frankl Have you ever read Viktor Fran
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Have you had a moment during this pandemic that you thought either, “I know I have it,” or “I definitely exposed myself to it,”
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Do any of you remember the children’s book, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith Voirst? In the story, Alexande
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Why don’t we ask for help? Why do we wait until we really reach a breaking point before we cry, “Uncle!” I get it, asking for help c
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What is motivating during a pandemic? I’m definitely tired of just about everything associated with this virus, although I am still honoring wha
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