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Today’s lesson

Why does this lesson plan strike you as odd? Because in conventional education (chalkboard and all) there is so much structure we come to rely on teachers, leaders, scholars, and a predetermined program to “educate” us.

It’s no question that those who enjoy more, do more, and achieve more are those whose own daily lesson plan reads: “Educate myself.”

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Limits don’t set themselves

Someone must draw the line in the sand. But in fear of offending another, or being afraid of letting go of a past routine/habit, or denying there is a problem, we carry on with our daily hustle, avoiding confrontation and setting new limits. Too often we overcommit in the name of overachieving and then overlook…

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Time is free, yet absolutely priceless

Assume, at the end of today, you had to invoice yourself for the tasks and activities you completed. What’s the grand total? The hourly rate? Most people struggle to answer these questions because the majority has no idea what their time is worth – they allow others  to decide for them.   Of course, this only…

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