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Ten Differences Between Celebrants and Non-Celebrants

Celebrants choose to remember.                           Non-celebrants choose to forget. Celebrants plan ahead.                                             Non-celebrants are spontaneous. Celebrants are better givers.                                   Non-celebrants are better receivers. Celebrants lead and organize.                                Non-celebrants follow and attend. Celebrants generate and execute ideas.                Non-celebrants stand back and watch. … Continue reading

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Ten Differences Between Errors and Mistakes

Errors are small and costly.        Mistakes are big and expensive. Errors are fixable.                          Mistakes are irreparable. Errors are missed.                          Mistakes are noticed. Errors are forgotten.                      Mistakes are remembered. Errors are owned.                            Mistakes are avoided. Errors are forgiven.                         Mistakes are blamed. … Continue reading

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Ten Differences Between Assuming and Avoiding Responsibility

Assuming responsibility sets you free. Avoiding responsibility keeps you trapped. Assuming responsibility means taking risks. Avoiding responsibility means playing it safe. Assuming responsibility moves you forward. Avoiding responsibility holds you back. Assuming responsibility makes things happen. Avoiding responsibility lets things … Continue reading

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Ten Differences Between Talking and Speaking

Talking is cheap.                                       Speaking is expensive. Talking is trash.                                        Speaking is treasure. Talking is boring.                                     Speaking is interesting. Talking is forgettable.                            Speaking is memorable. Talking takes time.                                 Speaking is timeless. Talking is off the cuff.                            Speaking is on … Continue reading

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Ten Differences Between Excuses and Explanations

Excuses are fast and careless.  Explanations are slow and deliberate. Excuses are self focused. Explanations are other focused. Excuses result in short, messy and thoughtless reactions. Explanations result in long, neat and thoughtful responses. Excuses are weak and flimsy. Explanations are … Continue reading

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Are You Status Content, Status Conscious or Status Climbing?

The dictionary definition of status is the prestige of a high rank or standing in a community, workforce or organization or a condition that is subject to change. Some people see status as being the number of friends they have … Continue reading

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An Abundance of Thinking A Lack of Feeling

As technology takes on an increasingly important role in our personal and professional lives, there seems to be an abundance of thinking and a lack of feeling. Thoughts and opinions hold far more weight than emotions and feelings. Creativity gets … Continue reading

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