Quote of the Day
Everything has been said before, but since nobody listens we have to keep going back and beginning all over again.
Andre Gide, Le traite du Narcisse (1891) (French critic, essayist, & novelist (1869 - 1951))
- National Achievers Congress – REAL reviews
- 40 Bags in 40 Days – a perfect Getting Unstuck challenge
- Thank you, Mr. Mandela, for all you gave the world.
- Risk taking for the sake of taking risks: Weekly Challenge No. 18
- Finding your passion at work
- The Three Words Top Innovators Use
- Is it really easier to find a job when you already have one?
- National Achievers Congress – A Scam?
- Our deepest fear…
- Never too late; Weekly Challenge No. 17
Category Archives: Feeling Stuck
We’re never done. With anything. Ever. It’s an interesting life lesson a couple of older, wiser friends were discussing last week. They said they were in their 50s before they figured that one out. Then, on my way home that … Continue reading
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
Wow. It’s already been more than a half-year since I began my process of Getting Unstuck in 365 Days. I can’t say I’m there yet, but I am happy to report I feel I’m on a forward-moving path from stuck … Continue reading
Dear Reader, meet Sigmoid. Sigmoid, meet a world of people struggling to change or deal with change. I’m getting to know Sigmoid well these days as I realize how much insight his snake-like curves have into my life and my … Continue reading
This one’s for those stuck in the rainy, snowy, sleety zones this June. You know who you are! Click here.
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
I had lunch this week with someone who has become an important mentor to me. One of the things I appreciate about our periodic talks is that he’s willing and able to challenge me to look at things from a … Continue reading
The Great Recession has impacted the work lives of more than just those who lost their jobs. Surveys have revealed increasingly high work dissatisfaction rates for the employed. The recession has forced many workers to face longer hours, lower pay, … Continue reading