status quo: Be Bold With a Purpose - 08/17/17 09:50 PM
Be Bold With a Purpose
 “Be bold enough to use your voice brave enough to listen
to your heart and strong enough to live the life
you’ve always imagined.”
Unknown
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
Be bold with a purpose
 
Be bold . . . . and step out of your comfort zone to experience the benefits of being in the opportunity zone.
 
Never fear in taking the actions to advance you career to a new and higher level . . . . Fear living your life in the world of the status quo.
 
Ignite the power on your imagination . … (8 comments)

status quo: Outside of Your Comfort Zone - 08/06/17 06:30 PM
Outside of Your Comfort Zone
 “Personal growth is achieved when you step outside of
 your comfort zone . . . . to stretch your exceptions
 and your efforts to meet your expectations.”
Lou Ludwig Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
Outside of your comfort zone
 
When you’re in your comfort zone . . . . Your thinking focuses on what you have always done . . . . and your expectations are locked into what you been always getting.
 
Within your comfort zone the bar of your expectation is not elevated for greater achievement … (6 comments)

status quo: The Impossible Problem is Solved - 07/10/17 09:07 PM
The Impossible Problem is Solved
 “Again and again the impossible problem is solved when
we see that problem is only a tough decision
waiting to be made.”
Robert Schuller 1926 – 2015, American Christian Televangelist,
Pastor, Motivational Speaker and Author
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
The impossible problem is solved
 
The impossible problem . . . . is only an impossible problem until someone steps up . . . . to find a way solve the problem.
 
An impossible problem . . . . is solved by the people who are willing to make the tough decisions . . . . and … (8 comments)

status quo: Nothing Ventured - 02/15/17 02:26 PM
Nothing Ventured
 “Nothing ventured . . . . nothing achieved . . . . 
Just another day of the same old thing.”
Lou Ludwig Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
Nothing ventured
 
Nothing ventured keeps you in the comfort zone of the status quo . . . . of another day of the same old thing.
 
With nothing ventured . . . . here will be no forward progress on your success journey . . . . or in your career. Normally when there is any movement . . . . it’s … (10 comments)

status quo: Stretch Your Mindset and Grow Your Possibilities - 02/07/17 07:46 PM
Stretch Your Mindset and Grow Your Possibilities
“If you play it safe in life you’re decided that you don’t
want to grow anymore.”
Shirley Hufstedler, First US Secretary of Education  
   
 
 As I see it. . . . . . . .
Stretch Your Mindset and grow your possibilities
 
The possibilities are there for you to stretch for . . . . But they may not be within your grasp. When you want the possibilities bad enough . . . . you will have to stretch yourself to reach them.
 
To reach the possibilities in your life you will have to stretch yourself outside of the safety … (16 comments)

status quo: The Challenge - 02/05/17 06:39 AM
The Challenge
 “If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you.”
Fred Devito, Founder of Exhale
 
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . .       
The challenge
 
To successfully work your way through your challenges puts you into a position of positive personal growth.
 
Doing what’s easy . . . . will keep you in you in your comfort zone. It offers very little opportunity if any personal growth in your life or career.
 
It’s stepping out of your comfort zone and doing what challenges. You that will open the gateway to personal growth . . . . expand your thinking . . . … (14 comments)

status quo: The Path of The Status Quo - 02/02/17 08:31 PM
The Path of The Status Quo
“We find comfort among those who agree with us –
growth among those who don’t.”
Frank A. Clark, Author, Writer
   
 
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
The path of the status quo  
 
To stretch yourself you have to stretch your assumptions . . . . your beliefs . . . . and your mindset. You have to move yourself out of your comfort zone . . . . and into realm of boundless possibilities.
 
When the people that are around you  . . . . are continually  agreeing with you. They may be leading … (5 comments)

status quo: Life is a Chance . . . . Take It - 10/20/16 08:20 AM
Life is a Chance . . . . Take It
“What you want . . . . is outside of your comfort zone.
Take a chance . . . . Step out of your comfort zone
. . . . and go after the things that you want to
achieve in your life with determination.”
Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant,
Success Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author
 
 
 
As I see it . . . . . . . .
Life is a chance . . . . take it
 
You can’t catch the fish until you take a chance . . . . to put your line . … (6 comments)

status quo: Reacting in the Old Ways - 08/15/16 01:34 PM
Reacting in the Old Ways
“Every time you are tempted to react in the same old way,
ask if you want to be a prisoner of the past or a
pioneer of the future.”
Deespak Chopra, Indian-American Physician, Holistic
Heath/New Age Guru
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
Reacting in the old ways
 
One of the biggest traps a business professional can fall into . . . . is getting trapped into doing it the same old way . . . . Because it’s the way, you have always done it.
 
Doing it in the same old way is living in … (9 comments)

status quo: Leave Your Comfort Zone and Spread Your Wings - 07/13/16 01:20 PM
Leave Your Comfort Zone and Spread Your Wings
“If you’re growing we’re always going to be out
of our comfort zone.”
John C. Maxwell, Leadership Expert and Author  
 
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Leave your comfort zone and Spread your wings
 
Spreading your wings takes an act of courage . . . . and a leap of faith on your part . . . . to leave the safety of your comfort zone behind you. Take that leap of faith . . . . and be lifted into a new world of personal growth . . . . and … (13 comments)

status quo: The Path . . . . of Least Resistance - 05/29/16 12:17 AM
The Path . . . . of Least Resistance
“The path of least resistance and least trouble is a mental
rut already made. It requires troublesome work
to undertake the alternation of old beliefs.”
John Dewey 1859 - 1952, American Philosopher,
Psychologist, Educational Reformer   
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
The path . . . . of least resistance . . . . . is being caught in a mental rut
 
Being in a rut is doing the something . . . . over and over again . . . . Without any making meaningful forward progress. In many cases a … (12 comments)

status quo: A Continued State . . . . of Renewal - 04/19/16 11:39 PM
 A Continued State . . . . of Renewal
“We must always change, renew, rejuvenate ourselves;
otherwise we harden.”
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe 1749 – 1832,
German Writer, Statesman
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
A continued state . . . . of renewal
 
Nothing remains the same in your life . . . . you are in a continued state of renewal and change. When you have the inner desire to grow as a person . . . . you have to commit yourself to a life of continued renewal.
 
When you are in the state of the status quo … (10 comments)

status quo: Leave Your Comfort Zone Behind You - 01/22/16 02:05 PM
Leave Your Comfort Zone Behind You
“Everything you want is just outside of your comfort zone.”
Robert Allen, Author  
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Leave your comfort zone behind you
 
There is a whole new world that’s available for you . . . . when you leave your comfort zone behind you.
 
Just outside of your comfort zone are the things that you have dreamed about . . . . and that you want most. They won’t be served to you on a silver platter . . . . When you’re willing to stretch yourself . . . . and … (11 comments)

status quo: It Starts With the First Step - 12/13/15 08:29 AM
It Starts With the First Step
“He who is outside the door has already a good
part of journey behind him.”
Dutch Proverb  
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
It starts with the first step
 
Making the decision to take the first step out the door . . . . is the step that starts your forward progress on your success journey.
 
Your first step takes the courage to break the status quo . . . . and to step you into your future. Step into your future with the confidence . . . . that you will achieve your … (4 comments)

status quo: You Have to Get Better - 12/12/15 05:34 AM
You Have to Get Better
“Everything in your life gets better when you get better,
and nothing is ever going to get better
until you get better.”
Larry Winget, Self-Help Author and Motivational Speaker   
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
You have to get better
 
You have to get better . . . . to create a better life.
 
Getting better is a choice. It’s becomes a personal choice . . . . between embracing the status quo in your life . . . . and making a commitment to get better . . . . and doing it.
 
You’re responsible for … (17 comments)

status quo: An Exceptional Leader Will . . . . - 10/02/15 11:01 PM
An Exceptional Leader Will . . . .
“If your actions create a legacy that inspires other to dream
more, learn more, do more and become more,
then you are an excellent leader.”
Dolly Parton, Entertainer  
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
An exceptional leader will . . . .
 
Exceptional leaders are doers . . . . You will see them leading from the front . . . . and taking personal responsibility for their actions to achieve a successful outcome. 
 
There’s leadership may be formal by title . . . . Or in many cases it’s informal . … (11 comments)

status quo: There are Both Risks and Rewards With a Plan - 09/04/15 11:23 PM
There are Both Risks and Rewards With a Plan
“There are risks and costs to a plan of action. But they
are far less than the long – range risks and costs
of comfortable inaction.”
John F. Kennedy 1917 - 1963, 35th President of the
United States
 
As I see it. . . . . .
The are both risks and rewards with a plan
 
For every action that you take there will be an element of risk in your decision to take action . . . . and in your actions there will also be rewards and benefits.
 
Without action on your part there is … (21 comments)

status quo: Adjust . . . . Change . . . . and Thrive - 06/11/15 07:22 AM
Adjust . . . . Change . . . . and Thrive
“Change is difficult but often essential to survival.”
Les Brown, motivational speaker  
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Adjust . . . . change . . . . and thrive
 
Find tune your systems . . . . techniques . . . . and skills to get better at what you do.
 
Adjust to meet the circumstances that you find yourself in . . . . and determine the best course of action to turn your circumstances into an opportunity.
 
You move from existing . . . . … (16 comments)

status quo: Change is a Choice - 05/26/15 07:24 AM
Change is a Choice
“You will suddenly realize that the reason you never
changed before was because you didn’t want to.”
Robert H. Schuller 1926 - 2015, American Christian
Televangelist, Pastor, Motivational Speaker and Author
 
As I see it. . . . . . . .
Change is a choice
 
If you want change in your life it’s becomes a personal choice . . . . to make the change happen that you want.
 
Positive change doesn’t happen by chance . . . . It’s the result of the decisions you make to bring it into your life . . . . and on purpose thinking to … (15 comments)

status quo: The Courage to Go Out on the Limb - 05/20/15 01:04 PM
The Courage to Go Out on the Limb
“Don’t be afraid to go out on a limb - -
that’s where the fruit is.”
H. Jackson Brown, Author  
 
As I see it . . . . . . .
The courage to go out on the limb
 
It may appear easier to keep your feet firmly planted on the ground . . . . and to pick the low hanging fruit. The business that relay on the low hanging fruit for their success . . . . will soon find themselves be passed by on their success journey.
 
A business that relays on the low hanging fruit … (18 comments)

 
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