Entries from December 2009

Monday, December 28th, 2009

The Long Road of Falling Short

This guest post was written by Bud, author of A Boundless World.
Do you remember that time when you came up short?  Do you remember that time when you failed miserably?  Assuming you have a pulse, it’s safe to say you do.
Falling short and making mistakes are part of being human.  They are the challenges that […]

Monday, December 21st, 2009

Why We Are Weird

Somewhere Else
During my competitive cross-country running days it wasn’t uncommon for me to run five miles at 5AM and another ten miles at 10PM, six days a week.  I was competitive.  I wanted to win races.  And I was smart enough to know that if I dedicated myself to extra training, while my opponents were […]

Monday, December 14th, 2009

We Have What It Takes

This guest post was written by Sid Savara, author of Analysis Driven Personal Development.
Day One
The very first day of class, I walked in and addressed my students.
“You will be graded on your homework, weekly quizzes and two exams. I do not play favorites, I do not grant extensions, and I do not grade on […]

Monday, December 7th, 2009

I Would Rather Sound Stupid

Magic Happens
I’ve always believed in the beauty of a great journey – discovering new places, seeking life experiences, fostering relationships and pursuing my dreams.  In fact, it’s all I’ve ever really wanted to do.  I just want to believe in something that’s worth believing in and then pursue it with every facet of my being.
Such […]