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7 Words that Save Lives and Apply to Everything We Do

In a 7-hour-long operation that took place on May 22 at the University Hospital of Mirebalais in Haiti, Dr. Henri Ford, the chief of surgery at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, directed his “incredible dream team” of several dozen professionals to successfully separate six-month-old conjoined twins who were born with a separate triplet sister.

These were his words upon completing this dramatic and incredibly complex surgery which you can read more about here.

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Welcome to the Winter Olympics where Teamwork is Rampant

The Winter Olympics have returned and it’s exciting to see the camaraderie and kinship shared by so many, within the individual teams as well as across national boundaries.

We will soon be launching our own Olympic Assessment so you can evaluate YOUR team to determine if you’re ready to ascend to the medal stand … so stay tuned!

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Resentment | Bitterness | Revenge | Best to kick them to the curb!

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BTW, the same holds for Jealousy.

And Bitterness And Anger.

And Revenge.

Let it go.

(The quote has been attributed to Nelson Mandela, Buddha and Anne Lamotte among others. It may have come into common parlance in the 1930s with Alcoholics Anonymous. In fact, Carrie Fisher explicitly attributed AA when she said it. Don’t you just love history?)

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Adversity Should be our Favorite Enemy

You’ve heard sayings that rhyme with this sentiment … probably ad nauseum throughout your life.

Yet, there is no greater truth.

We find what we’re really made of … not when everyone’s watching … not when everything is going swimmingly … but when the Resistance is regrouping for another charge and we’ve got a lot we want to accomplish.

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Perfection is the Enemy of Good … and of Done.

If you’re a recovering perfectionist like me, you may have learned by now that perfection can actually be the enemy of good.

It’s also the enemy of Done … if you’re letting your desire for perfection get in the way of getting something done NOW and continuing to improve it going forward.

The same approach applies to your goals for 2018. Don’t shoot for perfection.

Shoot for DONE and keep strengthening your goals over time.

{{ subscriber.first_name }}, do  you want to make that approach part of your 2018 plan?

If so, why don’t you join me for a free webinar with my colleague, Michael Hyatt, entitled Navigate Your Way to Success in 2018: 5 Blunders That Can Shipwreck Your Goals (And How to Avoid Them).

I’ll be right there with you, taking notes to do what I can to make 2018 the Best Year Ever.

I hope you’ll join me.

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