Monthly Archives: June 2012

Either, not both

Either, not both ________________________________________________ by Seth Godin Stand out or fit in. Not all the time, and never at the same time, but it’s always a choice. Those that choose to fit in should expect to avoid criticism (and be … Continue reading

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Reset the Dial

by Randy Gage If you’re walking south and you want to change your direction, it’s a simple as turning around and heading north.  Not always easy, but it is simple. And it’s that way in life too… If you’re tired, … Continue reading

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60 Quotes That Will Change the Way You Think

In your quiet moments, what do you think about?  How far you’ve come, or how far you have to go?  Your strengths, or your weaknesses?  The best that might happen, or the worst that might come to be?  In your … Continue reading

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Courage Isn’t Pragmatism

Courage is a person’s choice to get involved in defending his highest principles, even when his personal interest isn’t at stake. Courage isn’t pragmatism, a determination to get involved only if it enhances a person’s position, power or wealth, rather, … Continue reading

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