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Missed Fortune – Sometimes a Little Pain Is a Good Thing

The Path of Least Resistance Goes Nowhere Businesses and individuals should view the first quarter of the year as a period of opportunity. This is the perfect time to plan for the successes of the coming year. We do this by setting projections, establishing goals, and implementing the appropriate strategies. If we wish to reach […]

Missed Fortune – Creating Predictability Not Randomness

Randomness Is Not Your Friend Would you rather have a life of predictability or a life of randomness? Let’s try a simple math exercise. Pick any number between one and ten. Now take that number and double it. Next add eight to that number. Now divide that number in half. What number do you have […]

Missed Fortune – The Best Things Are Beyond The Comfort Zone

The Type of PAIN We Should Avoid The first quarter of a year is a crucial time for many businesses and individuals. It’s a time for setting projections, establishing goals, and implementing strategies for the coming year. This is particularly true when it comes to reaching a higher level of success that will exceed that […]

Missed Fortune – Why Flexibility Is Essential To Success

Being Stubborn is Costly In the New Testament Gospel of Matthew we find a series of simple but beautiful lessons known as the Beatitudes. Part of their beauty and simplicity is the fact that our own spiritual maturity determines just how deeply we comprehend them. To those profound lessons, let’s add one more Beatitude:Blessed are […]

Missed Fortune – How To Make Real Progress In the Coming Year

Exponential Growth is Where Greatness Happens With each new year comes new opportunities.  This includes the potential to make exponential gains in our lives. The difference between linear and exponential growth can be illustrated by imagining ourselves taking a journey. With a linear approach, if we take 20 steps that’s exactly how far we will […]

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