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80/20 Rule – The Pareto Principle

A huge road block when it comes to accomplishment is the overwhelming feeling that we need to be dedicating more of our time into the thing that is going to make us successful.  Time is a very limited resource, and you can't just make more of it.  We get caught up in this idea that we [...]

May 21st, 2016|Comments Off on 80/20 Rule – The Pareto Principle

Social Mobility

The economic food chain, where the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Those at the top have it easy and get the lions share. Social stratification has been a topic of debate for many generations and especially seems to come to the forefront during election years.  Presidential hopefuls make promises that their policies will better [...]

April 26th, 2016|Comments Off on Social Mobility

Goal Setting 101 – High Emotional Value Goals

How many goals have you set for yourself, got excited about, then just let die? If you are like me it could be in the hundreds.  I have what Buddhist practice calls Monkey Mind.  My brain races with ideas, and it causes me to have a lack of follow through when it comes to achieving [...]

April 17th, 2016|3 Comments

Holding the Roof Up

Accomplishing goals is a daunting task.  We set out to do so and at first it is exciting.  We have a vision of where we want to go. We speak with such passion for this goal.  But how long does that last?  2-3 weeks tops?  We work on our goal of losing weight, starting a business, [...]

April 1st, 2016|Comments Off on Holding the Roof Up

The Physics of Accomplishment

Sir Isaac Newton was a pretty intelligent man.  He is responsible for giving us many mathematical and scientific breakthroughs.  Most commonly noted are Newton's 3 Laws of Motion. Now you're thinking "Who cares I want to know how to make a billion dollars"  Have patience grasshopper, this may change your life. Newton's three law's are also [...]

March 24th, 2016|Comments Off on The Physics of Accomplishment