Archive Monthly Archives: July 2014

Dreamers are An Endangered Species

The Lost Art of Dreaming Big Dreams- I mean really, really big audacious dreams – are endangered.  They are at risk of becoming extinct.  They will disappear like the dinosaurs and the rainforest if we keep subscribing to the ridiculous social constructs “to have realistic goal” that we were taught as children.  We are even […]

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Trigger Success

I Have Pulled My Trigger  The exiting part of my Run Across America is not the fact that I am running 3,000 miles in one hundred days.  Or even the fact that I am the only one in the world to incorporate a speaking tour at the same time.  Certainly those are both awesome feats.  […]

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Stuck in a Glass Jar

This is Your Time If you catch a grasshopper and put him in a glass jar with the top on, he will jump and jump and jump and keep banging his head.  Let him do this for a couple of days and then take the top off.  Most grasshoppers will not jump free.  Are you […]

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6 Rules to Follow as You Climb Your Mountain

Discover Your Inner Potential #1 You are further along than it seems Why is it that the car ride back always seems shorter than the carried there?  When our destination is unknown, we have a hard time conceptualizing how far we have gone.  Hang in there, when you finally arrive you’ll have a better understanding […]

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“Kaizen”

Embrace Incremental Change Imagine that every year of your life you got better.  Every year you became smarter and every year you were always on top of your game.  How amazing would life be if you were always improving? The Japanese business culture calls this Kaizen.  It means constant and never-ending improvement and change for […]

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