Category Archive: Personal Growth

Joe Tye: Finding his contribution Pt. 2

Joe Tye describes his past self as “substantially inauthentic and superficial.” (See Pt. 1) I think people who’ve found their soul can admit their superficiality. During the years of failure and struggle Joe… Continue reading

A different kind of courage

Image Source by Resolution-db Bill Cosby wisely said, “I don’t know the key to success but the key to failure is trying to please everybody.” Opportunity Early successes opened doors of opportunity for G.J.… Continue reading

Just out of reach

Image source by kjherstin Many barely make it through the day. They’re dominated by the tyranny of the urgent, exhausted and frustrated. You may need something just out of reach for inspiration. Not… Continue reading

10 Ways to Fight Stagnation and Change Trajectory

Persistence may be your problem. Repeating the past won’t create a new future. Successful leaders tenaciously persist. However, clinging to failed strategies until your knuckles turn white won’t make them magically work. It isn’t… Continue reading

Finding fascinating goals

Some clichés are clichés because they’re true. “Aim at nothing and you’ll hit it,” is one. You first Tolstoy wisely said, “Everybody thinks of changing humanity and nobody thinks of changing himself.” Think… Continue reading

How to change others?

He continued standing in his chair until the teacher’s aide firmly planted him in his seat. Defiantly, he glared. Tight lipped he spat, “You pushed me down on the outside but I’m still… Continue reading