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Status Quo Mindset

February 29th, 2012

24 hours a day… 365 days a year. That’s the time we have to accomplish everything we want and need in a year. That is the status quo of time. What would you do with an extra 24 hours?

Have you ever said you wish you had more time? Of course, we all have. With Leap Day, you have been given 24 hours that you did not have last year and will not have next year. Wow, what are you going to do with your 24 hours?
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Does Your Mindset Fit Your Goals?

January 31st, 2012

Did you set some 2012 goals? Have you made progress in the last 30 days on your goals? Yes – excellent keep it up. No – time to look at your mindset – is it supporting or limiting?
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New Year – New Start Mindset

December 31st, 2010

Welcome to the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011! Great time to reflect and plan. What did you accomplish in 2010? What did you learn new? What did you let go off? What did you want to experience yet did not in 2010? And, what do you want to be different in 2011?

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Money Mindset

April 7th, 2010

What would occur if you increase your income significantly? ┬áSuch as $1 million, $10 million or more? Certainly you would purchase some things, invest some and ensure that it lasts through the rest of your life… right?

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Power of Mindset

July 9th, 2009

Welcome to this blog about the Power of Mindset.

Why do a blog about Mindset? In the last 20 years of my personal leadership consulting, an individual’s mindset has consistently been a critical aspect of their success. Often they had the skill set needed for success yet they were not applying what they knew or they behaved in such a way that they sabotaged their progress.

I view mindset as the current frontier of ensuring success. Sure it has been referenced, discussed and approached in various ways over the years. However, what I have observed is that it is often reported that changing a mindset is a hard and difficult process. I agree IF you continue to approach changing a mindset through traditional methods. There are current processes that allow for simple, quick and sustainable change.

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