Monday , September 25 2017

Living an Exceptional Life by Jim Rohn

There is a likely probability that somewhere along the line of your personal growth and development that you’ve been led to believe that in order to make anything of yourself, you must make great achievements. Fortunately, that belief is false. Living an Exceptional Life by Jim Rohn explains in great …

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7 Central Principles of Personal Mastery

Principles behind personal and self mastery are actually fundamental concepts that are essential when building professional, social, interpersonal, and spiritual relationships. The first principle stresses being aware of how you define success. In personal mastery, along with its central component of emotional mastery, internal change, in the here-and-now is actually …

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Keep Drilling Until You Officially Receive Your IRR Orders

One issue, that many Troop Program Units (TPU) face, is the non-participating soldier. These are soldiers, who are supposed to drill, who aren’t drilling. This list tends to grow until it negatively impacts the unit’s overall readiness and numbers. While absent, these soldiers’ medical statuses go amber, then red. They …

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What It Means To Be A CLEVER Leader

Most people have heard about all the skills, assets, abilities and the attitude, needed to be a meaningful, effective, successful leader. However, in addition to all of those variables, one which is often overlooked, yet generally, quite important, is performing in a rather unusual, unique, CLEVER manner! Simply explained, cleverness …

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How to Set Goals and Accomplish Them

How to set goals and accomplish them. Let’s talk about how to set goals, and how to accomplish them. Goal setting is one of the most talked about areas of personal development, self-help, etc. And it’s also one of the things that people do the least. Everybody’s heard, you need …

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The Hybrid Mind

Optimistic researchers are suggesting that digital technology is creating the smartest generation yet, freed from limitations of geography, weather and distance – those pesky inconveniences of the physical world. However, other people, such as philosophers and sociologists including many educators, are skeptical of the benefits of technology. They believe that …

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