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Some Ideas for a new approach to Personal Planning (a.k.a. New Years’ Resolutions)

New Year’s Resolutions are a funny thing. Most of us make them, but almost all of us fail to keep them. And we do so without a definite conscience, really. We pretty much have perfected the art of walking away … Continue reading

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There are no definitive statistics but the Internet and a few folks in the business that I know put the success of change initiatives in the low percentages – like, 15% or so. That means 85% of the not inconsiderable … Continue reading

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The Miracle of the Moment

As grown ups, we so often lose the simple joy of the moment we are in. There is so much going on that requires planning. And it is all of course legitimate. Budgeting, home maintenance, business trips, school needs, you … Continue reading

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