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Be a "Reverse Paranoid" -- All Things Are Possible!

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Be a “reverse paranoid” (term coined by Jack Canfield, a.k.a. “optimist) and consciously purpose to look at problems as opportunities to learn, grow, and make better. For example, if the outcome is not favorable, see it as an opportunity to learn and create a better approach to the situation.

 

Losing a job or a big contract can be devastating, but the end of one thing, always holds the promise of a new thing if you look at it like a reverse paranoid.

 

Having faith in yourself is good, but having faith to believe that with God, all things are possible, is better, because God specializes in the phenomenon of wonder-working-miracle power to create the best in life for you, that is, when you invite Him in and trust and believe He is for you (John 3:16).

 

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February 13, 2015

Contrary to popular belief, there is an “I” in TEAM and it is a key element to achieving results, but “I” requires trust to unlock TEAM potential. 

 

But How?

 

 

Together Each Achieves More occurs when the barricades of self-erected walls are removed. 

 

Easier said than don...

February 1, 2015

It’s good to test the assumptions and see how well your new idea or big bold vision works.   Forming this important leadership habit to pause and test assumptions provides opportunity to think differently, anticipate potential reactions and challenges, and understand o...

January 20, 2015

What in the world is tintinnabulation?   Pronounced \tin-tuh-nab-yuh-LAY-shun|

 

Tintinnabulation is an obscure word that means the ringing / sounding of bells.

 

Tintinnabulation is heard in the “I Have A Dream” speech:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smEqnnklfYs

 

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January 16, 2015

Be a “reverse paranoid” (term coined by Jack Canfield, a.k.a. “optimist) and consciously purpose to look at problems as opportunities to learn, grow, and make better. For example, if the outcome is not favorable, see it as an opportunity to learn and create a better ap...

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