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Step on the Gas and Shift Gears

When on the highway to success, we all are on a different road. If you’re getting something started, no one’s gone before you, or you’re one of a kind, your highway may start as a dirt road – rocky, uncharted and still under construction. But for most of us, that’s not the case. We didn’t

Dream it – Believe it – Achieve it

Past: The Backstory In 1989, I was a ten-year-old kid, watching the latest action film: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. In that movie, Indiana Jones set out on an adventure to find his father who was on the hunt for the Holy Grail. During one of the desert scenes, Indiana encountered a canyon, with

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Focus

Something interesting happens when you shine a beam of light on a wall. The further away you are, the bigger and dimmer the light appears. The closer you are, the smaller and brighter that same light seems. Similarly, when further away, the light will shine on many things. But the closer you are, the more

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Insight on How Positive Words Can Lead to Positive Results

Words >> Thoughts >> Actions >> Results These days, it sometimes seems that unfavorable topics garner the most attention. Being constantly bombarded with the negative is unhealthy for both your mental health and confidence. If we speak positive words, we’ll see positive results. To the contrary, if we speak negatively, we’ll reap negative results. If

3 Insights to Keep in Mind to Help You Reach Your Goals | David Felber

3 Insights to Keep in Mind to Help You Reach Your Goals

There is a common misconception that resolutions should only be made at the start of a new year. However, this mindset causes us to miss out on all the opportunities to consciously better ourselves throughout all 12 months. Instead of saving your resolutions to better yourself for the new year and putting off your goals,

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Is the Success of a Mentoring Relationship Really Up to the Mentor?

Success in a mentoring relationship may seem like it would, by default, be up to the mentor. The mentor is, after all, the leader in the relationship. Shouldn’t it be their responsibility to ensure that the mentee is successful? Shouldn’t it rest on the mentor’s shoulders if the mentorship doesn’t prove fruitful? No, the answer