Let Go

Here’s a short parable that can easily be applied to our professional lives… A wise man spoke to an audience, telling them a joke. Everyone laughed like crazy. After another moment, he told the same joke again. This time less people laughed. He cracked the same joke...
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Embracing Failure

Written by Alicia Marie Fruin I have heard it said that “if you can’t do it right, then don’t do it at all.” I wonder how important it really is to always get it “right”? How many times does this philosophy keep us from just taking the next step? Could this just be a...
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Remember the Coin

It’s called remember the coin. it’s an exercise I would like you to try. Take a ruler and grab a piece of paper and something to write with. On the paper measure seven (7) inches and draw a line (Shown in red). Mark it in one inch increments (shown in green) like I...
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Eight Spirit Lifting Attitudes

Legendary Basketball Coach John Wooden said, “Failure is not fatal, but failure to change might be.” The obvious point he was making is that everyone makes mistakes. Everyone fails, sometimes. So what. Pull your big boy/girl pants up and deal with it. What...
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