Wednesday Wisdom: What we Do

Today’s Wednesday wisdom comes from the Napoleon hill, daily wisdom blog. Never mind what others didn’t do. It’s what you do that counts. If you depend upon others for your success, you are doomed to a life of failure and despair. It is a sad fact of life that...

Wednesday Wisdom: Build an Internal Shelter

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from Proctor Gallagher’s Insight of the Day email blog: This week, I witnessed something that demonstrated how tenuous our sense of peace and calm can be. A coaching client, whom we’ll call Trish, sat before me despondent. Less than...

Wednesday Wisdom: Urgent vs Important

A powerful time management and priority-setting tool made famous by author Steven Covey is called Eisenhower’s Urgent/Important Principle.  As its name suggests, this is a tool used by President Dwight Eisenhower to identify tasks and activities that demanded his...

Wednesday Wisdom: Living Wisely & Earnestly

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from Coach George Raveling’s “Coaching for Success” blog: There will come a day when we take our last breath. The self-discovery journey from birth to death is preciously short. Acknowledging this truthful reality is not meant to...

Wednesday Wisdom: Sow to Grow

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from Kevin Paul Scott’s email blog and discusses growth. In this article, he states “Sow where you want to grow.” Decide where you want to get better and invest in those areas. If you want to grow as a leader, sow into your personal...

Wednesday Wisdom: Change & Growth

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from Marc & Angel Chernoff’s book Hack Life and talks about Change & Growth: You’re not the same person you were a year ago, a month ago, or a week ago. You’re always growing. Experiences don’t stop. That’s life. Sometimes...