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The Importance of Trying

  What does it take to change behavior? In his new best seller, Triggers, Marshall Goldsmith’s central theme highlights the importance of being proactive – in other words – just try, every day.   He shows the power of incorporating active questions into your daily routine. These are a few simple questions such as “Did I […]

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Choose Action Over Reaction

Just as a physical workout leads to increased energy levels and feelings of well-being, being proactive rather than reactive in everyday living has the same effect. Being proactive means taking responsibility for our own lives. Being reactive means allowing outside forces, circumstances, or people to limit or control our life. Reactive people blame and complain […]

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