Category Archives: Capacity to Change

The Three Words Top Innovators Use

How often do we find ourselves looking at limitations instead of possibilities? Sometimes all it takes is a shift in the way we talk to ourselves. Words can create worlds. Check out this Harvard Business Review article on three words … Continue reading

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Never too late; Weekly Challenge No. 17

This week’s challenge is based on the prior post about changing gears and blooming late — an argument for finding your path and following your passion at any age. Your challenge is to search the web for people who have … Continue reading

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On blowing up your life, changing gears and blooming late

Maybe it’s the economy. Maybe it’s something in the water. Whatever the cause, I’ve noticed a lot of people these days who are going through experiences of “blowing up” their lives, getting laid off unexpectedly, suffering major financial or personal … Continue reading

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Stop & Grow: Why feeling stuck can be a good thing

If you are feeling stuck, then congratulations. You’re on your way to something better. According to an expert, feeling stuck is a necessary crisis we must go through for personal and career growth. Google this morning found no less than 6.92 … Continue reading

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One Easy Step To A Better Life: Weekly Challenge No. 12

Wouldn’t it be great if there were just one easy thing you could do that would change your life, health and happiness forever? There is: One easy thing a day. Each day do just one simple thing. If you want … Continue reading

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Weekly Challenge Check-in: 66 Days to a New You

Getting unstuck in life most likely means shaking things up and breaking old habits. And as Weekly Challenge No. 6 (66 Days to a New You) outlined, breaking established patterns can be harder than once thought — even if we … Continue reading

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Risk and Reward

In the stock market, the biggest risks offer the greatest opportunities for reward. Big risks that work out might lead to millions in the bank. Big risks that fail might lead to people jumping from skyscrapers. If you do any … Continue reading

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66 Days to the New You: Weekly Challenge No. 6

Have you ever pledged to start a new diet, go to the gym daily or never leave a dirty dish in the sink again; your resolution lasts for a week or two, and then you’re back to your old ways? … Continue reading

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This Year, Change Your Mind

It turns out old brains can learn new tricks. And since my New Year’s resolution of getting unstuck means learning, growing and being willing to look at the world a little differently, Oliver Sacks’ article, “This Year, Change Your Mind” … Continue reading

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