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Getting Back in Balance

By Brian Klemmer  Wherever I go, it seems as if people want balance in their lives. They’re working hard and find it difficult to juggle all the different areas they are involved in. Part of this has to do with focus, which I address in my book The Compassionate Samurai. The need for developing balance […]

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Accountability for Extraordinary Goal Achievements

By Rosie Bank Klemmer attracts many people who are in business for themselves. Why? Because entrepreneurs are often oriented toward personal and professional development. They are exactly the kind of individuals who would flock to a leadership training company like Klemmer. Also, people who are in business for themselves frequently seek a good stretch because […]

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The Secret to Playing Full Out, Part Two

Do you yearn to live a life without fear and hesitation? In our last newsletter we introduced the secret to playing full out with a discussion about operating out of our beingness.  Living from the place of knowing that we are whole, unique individuals — rather than from our egos and the perspective of having […]

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The Secret of Playing Full Out – Part One

Why did you originally choose to attend Klemmer workshops?  Were you looking for something more in your life, perhaps in the form of relationships, achieving goals, blasting past personal barriers that were hindering you?  In our last newsletter we talked about Curtis, who had achieved a lot of his goals, yet still felt unfulfilled.  Maybe […]

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Do You Practice the Art of Being With?

Would you like to be more efficient, more effective, more intimate? Then join us in learning the art of being with. Being with is a way of listening to people. It’s listening to others without any filters up. One filter compares whatever is said to your own personal experience. Another filter is listening with an […]

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The Best Investment You Can Make Is In Yourself

When you consider what you should invest your time, money and effort in, try looking at yourself. You can be a worthwhile investment that can make an impact on the world around you. The time you put in improving, disciplining and educating yourself can pay dividends to you and others far into the future. When […]

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When Achieving Your Goals is not Enough

The Problem of More, Better, Different Consider Curtis. By his standards his life as a husband, father and general contractor wasn’t lacking. At 41, he made a comfortable amount of money, enjoyed his wife and kids, was a deacon in his church, and owned a house that he considered adequate. But Curtis felt like something […]

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How to Find Your Purpose

Do you know your purpose? If not, you’re in the company of a lot of other people. Like those other people, you might share a feeling of aimlessness and dissatisfaction with life. Something seems to be missing, and you know there’s got to be more. But how does someone go about finding their purpose? Is […]

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Listen to Your Heart

Do you sometimes struggle with making decisions over which you feel conflict? At some time or another, all of us do. When we are in this position, it’s helpful for us to be able to discern what our intuition is telling us. That is why it’s important for us to learn how to listen to […]

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How You Can Reach Your Unreachable Star

Do you have a “star” that looks impossible to reach, but you know deep down in your heart that you can reach it? This was the case for Coach Doug Wilkins. Forty-four years ago, he had the dream of leading his high school football players to consistent victories. How did Wilkins fulfill his dream? In […]

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