Respect the Dream—- Part3

To this day I use that experience as a mental anchor when I really want to achieve something. It reminds me that failure will happen but the dream is the goal, not avoiding failure.

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Respect the Dream–Part 2

If you have gone to the trouble to have a dream. Respect yourself enough to work at achieving it. I was first introduced to this concept by Scott Smith at MotivationToMove.com. His idea was to “give your goal a central role in your life”. My take on it is “Honor thy Dream”.

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Respect the Dream– Part 1.

I have been on a personal development rampage over the last few months. It seems that lately I can’t get enough self-help. So why all of this consumption of “You can do it” literature?

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Is Sportsmanship Dead?

It’s something we’ve all known intuitively for years. It’s been sneaking up on us and yet we are so wrapped up in the drama we haven’t stopped to consider the cost. Multi-million dollar athletes throwing temper tantrums and behaving in ways that show disrespect for the vehicle that that brought them fame and fortune. What…

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