Development & Productivity

Which Type Are You? Upholder, Questioner, Rebel or Obliger…Fascinating

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Fascinating concept… Four Categories of Personality. I read about this on Psych Central (Yeah…I’m a psychology buff…feeds my obsession with figuring out how people work.) In a nutshell, according to this rationale, developed by Gretchen Rubin, people fall into one of four categories: Upholder, Questioner, Rebel, or Obliger, depending on how they respond to external […]

What Are Your Absolute Minimums?

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For my purposes, I define absolute minimums as the least amount of work, activity or progress you feel you must accomplish each day. If you can can successfully complete these absolute minimums each day you’ll make not only make significant progress toward your goals over time, but you’ll increase your overall sense of satisfaction with life. Remember, slow […]

4 Things You Need To Know About Your Core Values

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“Core Values” is a term that’s thrown around a lot, especially in a business setting, but we have personal core values as well. It sounds more intimidating than it is. We all have them, whether we know it or not. Our personal core values are our personal belief system, the way we filter our world, […]

Why Its Important To Reexamine Everything You’ve Been Taught

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Reexamine all that you have been told in school, or in church or in any book. Dismiss whatever insults your soul. ~Walt Whitman Dear old Walt has it right. We internalize what we’re told and what we’re taught from childhood on, in school, in church, by our parents, and our peers. We know intellectually that […]

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