perspective on worry

Let’s talk a little bit about worry. Do you know anybody who worries? Have you got anyone in your organization who worries, or anyone at home? What are they worrying about? And what kind of physical reality are they living when they are in worry? Are they happy? Are they optimistic? Do they look forward?…

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Changing Perspective

If you’re a high-performing leader, how often do you consider making changes within your organization? Without change, we know that it can just be routine, routine, routine. Let’s be clear that nothing is necessarily wrong with that, as long as you’re getting the results you want. Whenever we try to improve performance, we must tweak…

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We are all dealing with uncertainty in this time of our lives. Moving forward in uncertainty creates vulnerability and vulnerability can feel unsafe. Our brains love certainty, so when we are in times like today, is there any wonder why people are feeling the way they are feeling? We are in a time of great…

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What’s your perspective? Perspective is how we’ve learned to look at and understand what’s happening in our life. It’s our point of view. Our point can be called attitude. It’s how we stay right by keeping things the same, or how we grow and innovate. It’s all in one’s perspective. There is a global perspective…

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What Separates Us, Keeps Us Together

Have we ever experienced this before? When we can’t answer that question, because we haven’t experienced it before, one of two things can happen; Fear or Value! It’s our choice when we know we have it. Many choose fear because it is present and available from friends and the media. It’s news . . .…

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Larry Olsen

Have you heard about the Coronavirus or COVID-19? I know, I know, who hasn’t. Have you noticed the impact it’s had on our society; it’s hard to find toilet paper anywhere. We are all doing our diligence to ward off catching anything and if nothing else, the coronavirus has brought cleanliness back into focus. When…

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Why You Don’t See What You’re Looking At

Everything you need to be successful in your life is right in front of you right now. If you think that it’s somewhere else, you’ll build a scotoma to it. (Your scotomas are “blind spots” causing limiting beliefs that you have about yourself or other people.) Ninety-five percent of your reality is based on what…

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great leader

It amazes me how many people believe that once they get a leadership position, they will then assume its responsibilities. But the importance of getting a vision and believing in it, is that it causes you to act like it’s true right now. Let me ask you this question… at your job, who do you…

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