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I Have Achieved Every Goal
Feb 08
Before I heard about stickK, I use to write down goals annually on January 1st,... (more)
What's Really Going On With Your Recent Graduate?
Nov 10
I hear from a lot of parents that their recent graduate or college student is... (more)
Leaving Work at Work: Making your Marriage and Family a priority
May 05
It’s another long week at work and you still can’t seem to get caught up. ... (more)
Happy Mother’s Day, Mother Earth!
Apr 30
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, the prime question in all of our... (more)
Family & Relationships
"No man on his death bed ever looked up into the eyes of his family and friends and said, "I wish I'd spent more time at the office" - Author Unknown

Like most things that we count on to be there for us, it's easy to take our family for granted. From sharing a meal together, to agreeing to forgive and forget, commit to caring for the people and staying in touch with those who mean the most in your life.


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Thucydides

Jan 4

I spent part of Friday morning, January 3, 2014, reviewing an editing the early pages of my manuscript.
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bizmogul

Jan 1

I can be a glutton to growth or good things since there's no limit to them...I will be a giant to the extreme and have no space to apologize if I become overly successful since I won't step on anyone to get at the top but I will help people as I move up with honesty and generosity
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lilol2illo

Jan 10

If the x-factor was not a factor then happiness would be guaranteed. It is in ones nature to make this true. It can be contained purposefully before pledging oneself. Analyzing those who show tremendous significance in the x factor is required before a vow. Longevity can only be certain without the need for the x factor as defined by you. If it wasn't required, devotedness and an ineffable feeling of affection would be truly unlimited and the x factor shall return without consequence. This is certain by virtue of ones aligned nature to yours truly.
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wmreeder

Jan 6

I used the Stephen Covey program to establish goals in health (weight and exercise), financial well being (a budget and tracking of expenses), work (in my roles as Dean, faculty member, fundraising) and spirituality (with a goal of prayer/meditation 3X daily for a range of desires) and the beginning of my dissertation writing. All in all a pretty good start. I followed through in several key areas.
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suzanne57104

Jan 5

I am reading my devotionals daily
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