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Newsletter July 2014

A Personal Note From Eddie “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit!” -Aristotle I couldn’t agree with Aristotle more when it comes to achieving your goals and creating success! There’s an old saying, “Repetition is the mother of skill,” meaning that in order to improve or increase your performance, whether personally, professionally or financially, you must continuously and consistently practice the RIGHT HABITS! Studies indicate that it takes...

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You Have a Limiting Factor

“Our minds are lazier than our bodies.” – Francois, Duc de La Rochefouchauld, 1613-1680 I’m going to say something obvious, profound and slightly demeaning… You have a limiting factor in your life that’s holding you back…guaranteed! A limiting factor may be a habit, a preferred chemical, a physical trait or an attitude or belief that hinders your advancement, your happiness, your future. Dr. Stephen R. Covey in his classic book “7 Habits of Highly Effective...

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What Dogs Can Teach You About Business

A Personal Note From Eddie What 2 huge dogs taught me about business A couple of months ago, I had the privilege and responsibility of dog sitting not one, but two massively huge dogs. After hours of watching, observing and pondering these four-legged beasts, they taught me 4 lessons on business. Lesson #1: Passion & Enthusiasm! Every day when I got home from work the dogs would enthusiastically greet me with a big lick and uncontrollable wags of the tail. I barely made it to the welcome...

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Passion and Enthusiasm

Motivation Passion and Enthusiasm Enthusiasm is the mother of effort, and without it nothing great was ever achieved. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson Enthusiasm first appeared in English in 1603. The source of the word is the Greek enthousiasmos, which ultimately comes from the adjective entheos, “having God within,” formed from en, “in, within,” and theos, “God.” Originally, entheos simply meant the external enthusiasm of someone who just got born again. Over time the...

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Newsletter June 2014

A Personal Note From Eddie What Dogs Can Teach You About Business A couple of months ago, I had the privilege and responsibility of dog sitting not one, but two massively huge dogs. After hours of watching, observing and pondering these four-legged beasts, they taught me 4 lessons on business. 1. Passion & Enthusiasm! Every day when I got home from work the dogs would enthusiastically greet me with a big lick and uncontrollable wags of the tail. I barely made it to the welcome mat before I...

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Newsletter May 2014

A Personal Note From Eddie This morning I received a phone call from a friend… “Hey, are you busy?”  My response was, “No, I was about to curl up in the fetal position under my desk and take a nap.” Yes, that was a very satirical response.  I’m willing to bet that no one in my circle of influence would say they are not busy. However, I think that’s the wrong question to be asking. A better question to ask is “Are you taking ground or are you just spinning your wheels?” ...

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Newsletter April 2014

A Personal Note From Eddie It’s spring fever…. You don’t quite know what it is you DO want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so! -Mark Twain Mark Twain’s quote made the idiom “Spring Fever” popular. It’s a metaphor linked to the inspirations of “New Beginning” and “Fresh Start” and seems to respond not only to the psychological, but also to the physical, highs and lows of the coming spring season. This year,...

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