getting started

Most of us are always starting something: a new job a new diet a new relationship a new project a new adventure How do you start well?  How do you begin so that you avoid past mistakes?  How do you ensure the best possible chance of success?  Are there any strategies that work? It turns…

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Intention and Reflection for the Classroom

boy winning award

Intention and Reflection for the Classroom What was the most memorable and significant year of school for you? The first year you attended school? The year you starred in the class play? The year you won an award? The year you graduated? Research has shown that an important part of learning in any environment is reflecting on our…

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The secret to successful goal setting

What to do if setting goals isn’t working I have a quick little test for you. (Don’t you just love pop quizzes?) When I think about my goals for this year, I am… A. taking a nap and thinking about it later. Goals stress me out. B. A planner. I’m evaluating the year so far,…

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Have you failed lately?

What if the key to success is massive failure? Failure is an experience that we all avoid isn’t it? Whether you are starting a new business or a new career… Whether you are answering phones or making cold calls… Our goal is to always be successful…right? Failure on the other hand is something we have…

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Learning from goal setting

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Learning from Goal Setting In an earlier post this year, I suggested that students set an intention for the year and review that intention midway through the school year and again at the end of the school year.  As the school year comes to a close, it is a good time to determine the success of that…

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You’ve set a goal… now what?

Ready to make it reality? You work hard. Your product or service helps people. That’s what motivates you every day. But sometimes, you feel like you don’t really have what it takes to succeed in your business. Maybe it’s imposter syndrome… or mindset… or just over-thinking things, but there are moments, (more than you’d like…

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