Tag: Accountability

Sometimes You Just Need to Focus

Written by on December 19, 2016 in Self Awareness, Sense of Purpose with 12 Comments
Sometimes You Just Need to Focus

~ Regardless of your personal viewpoint or history with regard to the practice of goal setting, there is one truth that is undeniable, and that is we accomplish more when we focus our attention and efforts. The only way to discover our true potential is to clear out the clutter and focus on what matters. […]

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The Reality We Must Accept Before We Can Improve Our Life

Written by on December 5, 2016 in Accountability, Self Awareness with 33 Comments
The Reality We Must Accept Before We Can Improve Our Life

Be honest. Have you ever gone on a strict diet or worked out like crazy just to fit into a particular outfit for a special occasion such as a wedding or school reunion? How about this one … have you ever found yourself suddenly scrambling to clean your house when you learned visitors were coming? […]

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Raise Your Hand if You’re Trying

Written by on November 21, 2016 in Accountability with 45 Comments
Raise Your Hand if You’re Trying

When it comes to striving to achieve pretty much anything in life the “I’m trying my best” tune is often seen as being weak at best, and at worst an engraved invitation to begin making excuses. The most common response to this declaration is, “Don’t try, DO!” Before we continue (you knew this was coming, […]

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How to Stop Waiting For Inspiration to Magically Appear

Written by on October 17, 2016 in Adaptability with 41 Comments
How to Stop Waiting For Inspiration to Magically Appear

~ When was the last time something, or someone truly inspired you? If you’re like most people, brief moments of inspiration come and go more often than you might imagine, usually with little more awareness on your part than a smile, warm fuzzy feeling or a quick “Like” on a social media post. Today I […]

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When the Journey Becomes the Destination

Written by on September 29, 2016 in Breaking Barriers with 30 Comments
When the Journey Becomes the Destination

~ When was the last time you saw a goal all the way through to successful completion? Some would say it depends on the definition of the goal. For example, if your goal is to read Catcher in the Rye that’s a simple journey from point A to B so if you finish reading the […]

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Setting Boundaries: How to Make Yourself Heard

Written by on September 5, 2016 in Accountability, Confidence with 65 Comments
Setting Boundaries: How to Make Yourself Heard

Ever feel as if you’re speaking but no one is home on the receiving end, or that somehow you’ve switched from English to Urdu? This feeling of not being heard is one of the chief frustrations voiced by those attempting to set personal boundaries, especially when it comes to family. Boundaries are the protective guidelines […]

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