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The Three Questions (Part 4)

For the last several weeks, I’ve been discussing what I like to call the Three Questions.  These are the questions that each one of us is asking of one another.  Our families ask.  Our clients ask.  Those that we lead in business and those who lead us are asking.  And we’re asking the same questions right back. So far, we’ve…

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5 Summer Reading Books I Pay My Kids to Read

Yeah, I’m one of those parents.  The kind that actually pays his kids to fill their minds with good stuff.  I pay my kids to read personal development books.  Call me weird.  I’ve seen normal out there and believe me – we consider “weird” to be a compliment around our house. I started this a few years back with the…

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Five Personal Development Books I Return To Each Year

If you’re like me, you know that there are not nearly enough hours available to simply read all the great personal development material out there and available.  The fact that you’re reading this paragraph right now pretty much tells me that you ARE like me.  Despite my own seemingly never ending list of books that I continue to plow through,…

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Sometimes You Just Gotta Roll With The Marshmallows

We’re all creatures of habit.  Think about it.  Most of us sat at the same lunch table in high school.  We park in the same general area in the office parking lot.  In fact, if you think about it, you most likely use the same restroom stall at work as well.  We sit in the same section in church on…

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A Dramatic Accomplishment

Editor’s Note:  We are honored today to feature a guest post by a very talented writer and proud father, Tim Shaw.  Last week, Tim’s son Chase graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Theatre.  In the days leading up to the graduation ceremony, Tim posted some thoughts on his Facebook page.  He has graciously given us permission to share…

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Adopting the “I Can” Mindset

Editor’s Note:  We are honored today to feature a guest post from a very gifted writer and blogger, Rebekah Canonico.  Rebekah, a member of the Integress Solutions Tribe, wrote this after noticing a posting on our Facebook page that said, “Success comes in CAN’S, not CAN’TS.”  I have a three-year-old son named Caleb. He is bright, funny, passionate, and quite charming….

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