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It's been a long, long time since I last put out a podcast but a lot has changed, and I'm breathing new life into...
The most important thing you can do in the face of failure or harsh judgment is to hold on even tighter to the principles you know to be true. Make it a personal value to begin anew each day.
Life is about learning & growing. We don't just learn about reading & writing - but about ourselves, patience, compassion, trust, understanding & relating to others. If someone or a situation has brought faults of yours to your attention, the greatest fault would be ignoring it, making excuses and not learning to overcome it.
The difference between champion & victim is most often just a choice. It's YOUR choice.
It's almost Christmas and Hanukkah is underway. As the snow falls in Colorado, I'd like to share some warm holiday wishes & a few thoughts on the time of year.
It's common knowledge that change is usually uncomfortable & can be difficult. Having a few easy rules to guide us can hold us on course like the beacon from a lighthouse when the stormy waves of life come crashing down on us.
The "majority" of our society today lacks common sense & genuine principles - most of all, any true foundation of values. If the majority were right - wouldn't they all be truly happy, very healthy, in solid, lasting relationships ...and extremely wealthy?
Typically, making assumptions of any kind is a bad thing as it leads us into all kinds of problems. Dr. Stephen Covey talks about Four Assumptions that we should all have - and live by.
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