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If you recall from a couple posts ago, How Mice and Zorro Led to Smaller Goals for my “Side Hustle” I’ve set some “mouse” goals for myself.  These are small goals that I aspire to give approximately 10 minutes to  each day.  I’m not at 100% achievement everyday but I’ve certainly made gains.  One of my goals was to read 10 pages of a personal development book each day. Because of this goal, I completed the book The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor.  I started the book over a year ago.  I never

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about how failure is necessary to move forward in life.  At the present time, I feel like a bit of a failure.  I’m still in the process of building so I really shouldn’t call it that but I haven’t found the success I’ve set for myself.  I’m talking about the “side hustle” I officially communicated to the public in July of 2015; VNC Image & Leadership.  I’ve had many individuals connect with me to say things like “I love what you’re doing”, “there

Today, I found myself talking with a 34-year-old man who was looking for career direction.  He explained that he saw himself going to college despite not having his high school diploma.  We discussed interests and pre-requisites he already had.  After some discussion, we came to an understanding that it was fear that kept him from taking steps towards his goals.  He shared: “What if I get into the program and it’s not what I want?  What if I waste my money?  What if I’m not successful?  What if I can’t do it

Life, Lessons, Leadership I keep a journal (several actually) where I record thoughts, ideas, memories and dreams. On one page, I jot down lessons that have been key to keeping me centred and grounded. Here are three lessons that I want to pass on to future generations of leaders: Keep your chin up I don’t mean this in the proverbial way of getting through tough times (although that is great advice too). I mean it literally. When walking or sitting, look up. Show people your eyes, look at the world,

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