TO LIVE

REACHING FOR THE SKY, ONE CLOUD AT A TIME

cheering woman open arms to sunset at seaside

Aesop’s fables were famous for short and precise life lessons. In one of them, an astrologer was studying the stars one night, when he fell into a hole. Aesop’s conclusion; If you can’t go where you are looking, look where you are going’.  There is no better way to highlight the importance of focus. In today’s corporate world, one of …

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LIFE LESSONS FROM LIGHTNING AND THUNDER

thunder-and-lightning

Many of life’s important lessons are obtained, not from the classroom, but from seemingly commonplace things of life, like lightning and thunder. After watching Lightning and Thunder for the third time this week, I was moved by the important life lessons therein, some of which are shared below; Behind the Glitz and Glamour, is Real Life: A lot of the …

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Good Intentions Are Not Good Enough

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Perhaps the greatest conflict of interest in most people’s lives…the Great Wall of China from a performance standpoint…lies in the gap between intentions and results. Say Gary Ryan Blair Good intentions like losing weight, going back to school for that degree or even writing a book are just meaningless without action. I can state the following with the certainty of …

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