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Three things I did to pay off my third rental property

As of this writing I have written well over a thousand articles on a wide range of topics.  A topic that I haven’t written about is real estate.  And it is probably one of my favorite topics on the planet. … Continue reading

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Repetition and Frequency and why you need both for success

A good question to ask yourself is “How often should I get a check up on my health?” At my age, health, and background, my doctor believes once a year is sufficient.  As I age, it will become more frequent … Continue reading

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Show up

Success in life really comes down to these two words:  Show up.   There is nothing magical or hard about it.  When you show up good things will eventually happen. When you show up you are keeping the commitment that … Continue reading

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Never quit, but you can pivot

One of my favorite topics to write and talk about is goals.  Not because I consider myself to be an expert in setting and achieving them.  It is quite frankly the exact opposite.  I actually come up short on them … Continue reading

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You’re Going To Miss Me When I’m Gone

I have spent the last 73 days (based on my calculations) tracking the lockdown, quarantine, shelter in place, or whatever you want to call it. By tracking, I mean I have written a few notes down in my journal.  Nothing … Continue reading

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5 reasons I have to get back to writing again

Wow!  It has been almost two years since I posted a blog on this site.  I did write a lot on another site I own for about a year, but I haven’t technically done any writing for the last nine … Continue reading

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21 reasons your Admissions Representatives aren’t motivated

I have been in the higher education sector for the last fifteen years of my career.  Primarily working with admissions managers and admissions representatives. I have worked in the for-profit sector, the non-profit private sector, and even the public sector. … Continue reading

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142 days of motivation!

Writing my goals down has been a deliberate action that I have taken the last eight years.  When I look at my spreadsheet from 2010, I laugh because I wasn’t very good at it.  My goals were small, they weren’t … Continue reading

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Can people really change?

This is a question that I have been asked many times by people.  You most likely have a strong opinion on this question as well.  Can people really change?  Especially if they are more experienced (older) and more stuck in … Continue reading

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Unrealized Potential, do you have some?

I recently read a quote or statement that said that the graveyard is full of unrealized goals, un-lived dreams and untapped-into potential. I am not sure if it is just me, but this statement just resonates with me.  It does sound … Continue reading

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