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How to Get More by Doing One More Thing

Doing one more thing can set you up for future success. It can also be the catalyst you need to get more done today. Either way, one more thing will get you closer to done than you would have been before you completed the task. I procrastinated, and I did it on purpose. It wasn’t […]

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Reflections and HOPE archives

Excuses NEVER Make a Way for Possibilities

I had a reason. It was a really good reason – to boot! Over the years, I’ve had many good reasons. Settling into the excuses (A.K.A. reasons) may have been more comfortable than pushing through. Even when I haven’t been comfortable where I was, sometimes the known discomfort was more comfortable than the unknown beyond […]

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Purpose Tips

I Can Do More

I can do more, the problem I have encountered is that when I do a lot then I want to take a break and when I take a break then I don’t want to do more. But I can do more. Today was a great example of my ability to do more. I got it […]

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Growing Momentum – Actions Can Be Small

I have discovered that it is the little actions that make the biggest difference for me. When I take a little action with determination and persistence that sits on a foundation of consistency then I make big things happen in my life. Small Actions Add Up to Grow Momentum Actions do not have to be […]

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Growing Momentum – Actions Beget Actions

Once the momentum gets going, actions will continue to produce more actions. Actions do beget actions because the momentum of the first action makes the second action feel and look easier. If I will take that first step or do that one thing then the next one will come partly on the momentum the first […]

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Overcoming Circumstances – a Lesson on Growth from Mushrooms

Refuse to allow circumstances to dictate your growth. Circumstances can change in a moment. You can move from the circumstances with the right twist or turn. The moment circumstances have control they will rule and once they have taken root they can be tough to remove. [tweetthis]The moment I give circumstances control they will rule.[/tweetthis] […]

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