Finding Your Personal Strength When the Going Gets Tough

Experiencing challenging phases in life can really test your mettle. When you encounter those bumps in the road, how do you react? Are you able to deal effectively with these challenges without going to pieces? Could you use some help in finding your inner strength? Try these ideas to tap into your personal reserves whenever … Continue reading Finding Your Personal Strength When the Going Gets Tough

Learn to Achieve More, Even When You’re Unmotivated

Motivation can be an issue for many of us. While motivation is great, there are many things in our lives that need to be done, regardless of whether motivation is there to propel us. Most of us need to go to work, brush our teeth, pay our bills, and more. It really doesn’t matter whether … Continue reading Learn to Achieve More, Even When You’re Unmotivated

I am always learning and growing

Each experience presents the opportunity to learn something new. Whether positive or negative, my experiences are learning moments. I learn from both my successes and my mistakes. Even undesirable outcomes are positive in my mind, because I always learn something. My commitment to learning fuels constant growth. Everything I learn makes me more competent and … Continue reading I am always learning and growing

Forgiveness frees me to love

Forgiveness frees my soul. When others wrong me, the act of forgiving lifts the chains brought on by anger and resentment. When I forgive, the bondage of bitterness is broken and I am free to live in peace. Bitterness clouds my view and prevents true happiness. Holding on to anger causes the heart to grow … Continue reading Forgiveness frees me to love

Don’t Send Your Ducks to Eagle School

Image by Foundry Co from Pixabay  THE FIRST RULE of management: don't send your ducks to eagle school. Why? Because it won't work. Good people are found not changed. They can change themselves, but you can't change them. You want good people, you have to find them. If you want motivated people, you have to find them, not … Continue reading Don’t Send Your Ducks to Eagle School