Intent of the Day: Open to Change

Your schedule got turned on its head. Someone backed out at the last minute. You were going right and now you’re going left. Large or small, those last minute changes can do a number on your day, your confidence, your productivity. We know you are flying by…

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Black and White Thinking

Growing up with an alcoholic parent, we were taught to see things in extremes.  It was either the best possible thing that could ever happen, or the worst possible thing that could ever happen.  Our parents had been taught, and were passing on to us, the lesson…

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The Nowhere Between Two Somewheres

The Roman Stoic Philosophers, Lucius Annaeus Seneca the Younger (4. BCE – 65 ACE), made this observation about human planning gone awry: Our plans miscarry because they have no aim. When a man does not know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right…

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Daily Opportunities to Live My Gratitude

By Ryan Skinner I had the wonderful opportunity this week to travel to Aruba for a vacation with my fiancée and future stepchildren. One evening, while sitting alone on the balcony of our room, gazing out in awe at the beautiful landscape and feeling warmed the balmy…

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Save Money With Tips From The TV

Keeping track of personal finances and establishing responsible money-management habits is never easy. Just the thought of creating a budget or learning about financial planning makes some people’s heads spin, making it difficult to move forward onto bigger and better experiences in the future. There are plenty…

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