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Act First Think Later? Trouble Ahead

By Jim Sobosan Fire-Ready-Aim is a term often used to describe behavior that is impulsive and frequently renders unwanted outcomes. Reacting hastily without considering potential consequences, difficulty stopping or altering a destructive action once it has been put...

Live Intentionally-It Works Way Better

How Long Will You Wait? Your successes will be defined by the actions you take, not by the actions of others or the fates of the universe. I believe successful entrepreneurs and business professionals are living, breathing examples of this credo. I’ll bet Walt Disney...

But What About Me?

Does it ever stop? The Boss’ last minute emergency that has to be tended to before we can escape into the darkness of night. Never ending demands on our all too limited time. Don’t forget relationships that need our attention and nurturing, family time, family crisis....

Ten Ways To Focus

Ten Ways to Focus for Greater Success By Jim Sobosan You know a commonly held belief is, folks with ADD or ADHD can’t focus, but that is quite inaccurate. Actually children and adults with ADD/ADHD are able to focus and in fact focus intensely at times. This is most...

Feeling Good is Free

There is no charge for feeling good, so why not take advantage of this blue plate special as often as possible? If attitude is truly the key to happiness as some experts suggest then I say get that attitude cranked up as high as it will go. Attitude often determines...

Feeling Stuck?

By Jim Sobosan Wanna move forward in life? Do you have a great idea or goal that never seems quite within your reach? Is self-doubt, uncertainty, naysayers or lack of clarity, blocking your path? So, I’m walking with my faithful pooch Sam along a glimmering fall trail...

Breaking the Self-Doubt Habit

When is it good to feel bad about yourself? Hopefully everyone quickly perceives this as a trick question, because the answer will always be “Never”. And yet there are times when many adults do feel and believe that they are incompetent, inadequate and question their...