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Yearly Archives: 2010
The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese!
Everything is in walking distance – if you have enough time.
FEAR! How do we manage fear? How would our lives be different if we did not allow fear to paralyze us into inaction when it matters the most? Fear is GOOD, you need fear. But if you allow fear … Continue reading
If you’re going to the beach, bring your own towel!
There is so much I can write about leadership because it is the foundation for a successful business and team. Today we will discuss leadership insights applicable to any level of an organization with a concentrated focus on the Frontline … Continue reading
As we draw to the close of the year 2009, reflection is inevitable, but so too is our need to look forward to the coming future in 2010. Continue reading
My dental hygienist had her first baby—a beautiful baby boy. As you can imagine, she was very excited. Her questions were the same as other new parents with whom I spoke. What do I need to know to help me with this monumental task called parenting? What are the do’s and don’ts of parenting? Where is the primer? Are there any manuals, job-aid guides, cheat sheets, checklists, ABC or 123 procedures? Unfortunately, we know it’s not that simple, but I promised that I would write from my personal experience about the two laws and one principle of successful parenting. Continue reading
From Charles J. Sykes the author of the 1996 book “Dumbing down our kids: Why American Kids Feel Good About Themselves But Can’t Read, Write or Add”: Here are 11 things he says that kids won’t learn in High School: Continue reading
Eleven Mottos of Mas Oyama 1. The Martial Way begins and ends with courtesy. Therefore, be properly and genuinely courteous at all times. 2. Following the Martial Way is like scaling a cliff. Continue upwards without rest. It demands absolute and unflattering … Continue reading