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Monday’s Quote of the Week

If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will do. ~Socrates

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How Can I Be Sure You’re Not Faking Authenticity?

You can get away with a lot these days … but if you’re faking authenticity, you'll get caught sooner or later.

Authenticity is top of mind more than ever these days. You can get away with a lot these days (Ferris Bueller) … stumble while giving a speech, lose your train of thought, make mistakes …. but if you’re authentic, you’ll get a hall pass for all of it. It’s Pretty Easy to Get Faked Out Years ago…

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Monday’s Quote of the Week

"As a final incentive before giving up a difficult task, try to imagine it successfully accomplished by someone you violently hate.” ~Unknown

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Monday’s Quote of the Week

Some of the greatest battles will be fought within the silent chambers of your own soul. ~Ezra Taft Benson

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What Are You Doing to Make 2017 the Best Year Ever?

Be Yourself. Everyone Else is Taken Oscar Wilde

The New Year is always a great time for renewal and for a fresh start … but don’t let yourself get bogged down by a bunch of new resolutions that you aren’t fully committed to keep. For starters, follow Oscar Wilde’s simple mantra for 2017. It gets easier after that. What am I doing you…

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Monday Quote of the Week

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