Posts Tagged reflection


Your Thoughts

‎”A man is what he thinks about all day long.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson We spend all day talking to ourselves. We are listening to many people throughout the day. We are observing things all around us all day. What are you focused on? What do you want? These objectives which you are more focused […]

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Your Takeaways

“Flowers usually grow from manure” -Paul Harvey You have good times and bad times. Like a roller-coaster, that is how life works. From our experiences, we can learn great things. The choice is up to you though on whether you reflect on the experience or not. If you look back on the experience and ask ourself, […]

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Reflection

“Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come even more effective action.” -Peter F. Drucker It isn’t enough to just do, do, do. You must take time to reflection on your actions. The best ideas come to you when you are relaxed and alone. So take some time in your day […]

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Reflect on your Feedback

“The life which is unexamined is not worth living” -Plato You know that situation where you got a boss who drives you so much that you feel like you are pushed into a corner every time feeling like every action you take will never please him or her?  Perhaps running away from the problem, confront it. Reflect […]

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Gratitude

“Be thankful for what you have” -Jim Rohn Look to not only what you just want but to what you already have. Not just your physical assets but your mental assets. Really reflect on your skills, talents, friends, family, and all the other bits and pieces that make up your life today. Take sometime at […]

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The Blame Game

Set some goals. Decide what you want to do and what you want to be. Take responsibility. Stop blaming others.” -Jim Rohn Tony Robbins aired a TV show not too long ago called “Breakthrough”, I recommend you to watch the second episode. It really talks about how people blame others for their problems rather than […]

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