Leaders – Stop Hiring Employees Like You Buy Computers

Hiring the right values fit individual with the appropriate skill set is a big challenge for leaders. It will only get harder as the boomer generation begins to retire. Let’s put this in context of a consumer purchase of a home computer. Can you remember the last time you went into a store to buy a new computer? Did you ...

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The Path to Health – Patients With Patience

We live in an on-demand society. Food, entertainment, communication-everything is at the touch of our fingertips. For many, it’s increasingly difficult to appreciate a “natural process”-like the time it takes to read a good book, or to plant a vegetable garden. We all love the conveniences, but life should never be trivial. It’s important to know the value of process. ...

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Eye Opening Alcoholism Statistics

Alcoholism statistics do not lie and there are many statistics. First, there are statistics on what type of alcoholic you may fall into. Believe it or not, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism has stated that there are five types of alcoholics. Even more surprising is that the largest group of alcoholics in the US is young adults. ...

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10 Easy Steps To Achieve Any Goal If You Really Want To

Are You a Victor or Victim of Your Circumstances? If you are intent on being a victor in your own life, these 10 easy steps will guarantee you success in all you do and in all that you hope and want to achieve. This Coaching Tool will ensure that you reach any goal you want and attain your desires and ...

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Alcohol Detox – First Step In Recovery

Alcohol detox will vary among alcoholics depending on the severity of withdrawal symptoms the patient is experiencing. Minor problems can include insomnia and slight tremors. Severe reactions in a person who has been drinking for years can consist of delirium, severe tremors and seizures. Result of Alcohol Abuse Those suffering minor symptoms do not necessarily have to be hospitalized

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The Challenge To Leadership

Every organization or collection of people, from the unknown tribe in the Amazon jungle, to the ever growing Business in New York City, to the small family in the Outback of Australia requires skilled leaders. It has been said that everything rises and falls on leadership, and it is true. Every group of people fulfills its purposes and potential based ...

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If You Live With an Alcoholic It is Okay to Say No to Their Alcoholism

One thing anyone who lives with an alcoholic must learn to do is to say no. No. I won’t shield you from the consequences of your actions. No. I won’t lie to your boss for you. No. I won’t supprt you in a lifestyle that is destroying us both No. I won’t stand by and be your doormat. No. I ...

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Pick Just One Thing

Our dog Jasper arrived into our lives when he was eighteen months old and immediately proceeded to redecorate our house. We called it the Milk-Bone look. Crumbs, pieces, and piles that resembled abstract art covered large swaths of the floor. He quickly honed his process to perfection. Take one bone, toss it in the air a few times, ignore the ...

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Leadership – Show Appreciation

This is the 9th part of my “leadership” series. Good leadership is a very subjective measure. Do you measure the results or do you measure the man? Can you ever get the real measure of a man in the first place, and are results all that they are cut out to be? Whatever your yardstick, good leaders usually share similar ...

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90 Day Personal and Professional Challenge – Get Up, Get Set and Get it Done

Have you heard of the P90X fitness system? At first it may seem like “another one of those fitness fads”. But when I viewed the pictures of a friend of mine and witnessed the profound before and after pictures, I soon became a believer. This is not a sales pitch for the P90X. The point here is that sheer dedication ...

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