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Black-Belt Tests, Part 1

ChrisDewey-1

When I promote students to Black Belt, I want them to feel enriched, excited, nurtured and worthy. Black Belt tests should be a celebration of victory, not a journey into the unknown reaches of physical exertion, some mystical event that isn’t to be discussed in the dojo, or even an opportunity for the grading board ...

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Nitty-Gritty Reasons

JimRohn

  Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be motivated to achieve by such a lofty goal as benevolence? I must confess, however, that in the early years of my struggle to succeed, my motivation was much more down-to-earth. My reason for succeeding was more basic. In fact, it fell into the category of what I like ...

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The Essence of Good Time Management, Part 2: Where Do You Perform Well?

BrianTracy

Project Forward Five Years Gary Hamel and C.K. Prahalad, the strategic planners who wrote the book, Competing for the Future, encourage decision makers to project forward several years when they strategically plan. The authors encourage executives to imagine that their company is the top company in the industry some years in the future. They then ...

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