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Wednesday Wisdom: Busy vs Productive

Busy Vs. Productive Being productive does not mean working 24/7. It means working effectively within the shortest amount of time. Being busy feels urgent. Being productive feels effective. Being busy is frantic and multitasking. Being productive is focused. Being busy...

Wednesday Wisdom: Good intentions

Five birds are sitting on a telephone wire. Two decide to fly south. How many are left? Most people would say three. Actually, all five are left. You see, deciding to fly isn’t the same as doing it. If a bird really wants to go somewhere, it’s got to point itself in...

Wednesday Wisdom: Intensity & Consistency

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from Kevin Paul Scott’s blog and talks about Intensity and Consistency. Have you ever tried to get in shape? I wish I could eat really healthy for a couple of days and magically drop inches off my waist. Or lift weights for several...

Wednesday Wisdom: The Fly

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from Prince Pritchett – author of You2 and was shared by Proctor Gallagher Institute in their email blog: Here Is a True Story I’m sitting in a quiet room at the Millcroft Inn, a peaceful little place hidden back among the pine trees...

Wednesday Wisdom: Fear of Failure

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom is derived from a quote from Coach John Wooden: “The people who don't make mistakes are the people who don't do anything. Never be afraid to make a mistake.” Mistakes made while expanding boundaries are what we want. If we aren’t making...

Wednesday Wisdom: The 5 Wills we need

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from a Daily Coach blog. https://mobile.twitter.com/_willcompton/status/1402753362781773826 Everyone craves success, but few truly know what it takes to attain in. “Winning is not loyal to you, it doesn’t care about you,” a Georgia...

Wednesday Wisdom: Discipline

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from the Brian Knight blog and is about Discipline. The road of successful execution is paved with discipline no matter what objective you pursue or what destination you choose. Great talent with average discipline is like driving a...

Wednesday Wisdom: How to Live?

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from two questions posed to Carl Jung: “How am I to live?” He answers: Your questions are unanswerable because you want to know how one ought to live. One lives as one can. There is no single, definite way for the individual which is...