All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.
- Edmund Burke
Life is a sum of all your choices.
- Albert Camus
I haven’t written a blog post in almost three weeks.
Why? Is it because I’ve run out ideas? Nope—In fact, I’m discovering new insights I’m eager to share. Have I been so busy I forgot about my blog and my readers? No, Not a [...]
Odds are when you take the leap next week, you’ll have a great couple of days—maybe even a week—before the luster of your new beginning fades. That’s when something will arise—from within or without—to challenge your commitment.
For example: You decide you’re going to run in the morning; you [...]
The past couple of tasks—staring down your current reality & false beliefs—can be pretty rough. If you’re like most people, this challenge has been a bit of an emotional roller coaster so far. Some tasks leave you [...]
Now that we’ve got you down to one dream, there’s still a lot to think about. Should you focus on your future vision or your current reality? Should you focus on the big picture or the details? The strategy or the tactics?
The simple answer: [...]
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