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If You Want to Go, You Have Grow

If You Want to Go, You Have Grow

Confession: I am a goal-oriented person. I want to be a high achiever and I know that pursuit requires me to work my way down a very specific path with a defined destination.

I’m giving up

I’m giving up

I recently watched a video sent to me by my Peak Performance partner, which was a live workshop taping of my mentor, Darren Hardy. In this session, he gives what he calls the secrets of super-achievers. As he describes, there is a difference between overachievers and super-achievers. Overachievers accomplish a lot but see less than desired results, while … Continue reading

Write a positivity reminder

Write a positivity reminder

This is a photo of my laptop screen. Although you can’t see much of it, the background photo is from the Eastern ridge overlooking Hanalei Bay, Kauai.  It’s a beautiful photo, which has been my desktop background for almost a year. It reminds me that there is beauty born of chaos. Volcanic eruptions formed these … Continue reading

One question every man asks himself

Each man reaches a point in his life where he has to decide whether he is on the right track. He must look himself in the mirror and evaluate his own reflection. Is it the man he  expects to see? Is he following the dreams he established as a younger man? Can those dreams ever be … Continue reading

Time to set new goals: GAP – Day 357

Time to set new goals: GAP – Day 357

Today’s GAP post is for progress. It’s the final day of 2013. It’s been a good year. I’ve learned a lot, read a lot, and have grown a bit personally and professionally. I reviewed some of the goals I had set this time last year and am pleased with the progress I made this year. I had … Continue reading