Archive for the Personal Mastery Category


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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Life After Death and the Road to Success

My father  passed away about three weeks ago. His death was not unexpected as he had been quite ill at the age of 90. My sisters, mother, kids, and nephews loved him to pieces and were grateful for his long life he had, the time we spent with him, and the time we had together […]

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A “CRAZY” SCHEDULE – ARE YOU AT RISK?

As a health and business blogger, occasionally I come across a topic that speaks to both of my audiences. My passion is to lead people to much better health, and my commitment is to teach people to thrive as entrepreneurs. The following is about the intersection between both and it is about your life. Here, […]

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Working with a Coach… the Key to Being Trainable

In my work life I wear two coach hats: one in health and one in business. And when I am not coaching others, I am being coached by people who know more and who are more experienced in areas where I want to be constantly growing. Those areas are health, business, leadership, personal development, and […]

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Not Quitting is Not Good Enough

The saying goes like this: the only way you can fail is to quit. In fact, I heard someone say just last week regarding his business that he was not giving up.  I am now going to challenge this belief from the perspective that there is much more than merely not giving up and not […]

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The Path Frequently Traveled

by Sandra Furuvald RESISTANT: When we go down the path of resentment, it often turns into resistance, in such a sneaky way we don’t even realize it. Let me give you an example, we live on a street called Wardlow, however, after you travel a few miles north it turns into Ball. If you are […]

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Stretch to Higher Achievement

© Rosie Bank 2013 rosiebank.com I count it among the greatest treasures in my life that I was trained professionally as a yoga teacher, that I traveled the world to work with a variety of teachers, and that I was able to teach for well over thirty-five years. Although I am retired from teaching, I […]

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Criticizing, How do we Benefit?

by Sandra Furuvald The critical spirit often begins with RESENTMENT: We buy into it everyday of our life.  We criticize someone for not picking up after themselves, not doing something the way we think it should have been done, not keeping their commitment, being flaky, etc. When we criticize we subconsciously enter into resentment. Our Pastor […]

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Making Your Health a Priority in 2013

by Rosie Bank copyright© 2013 Rosie Bank There are no guarantees regarding your health. We all have to go sometime. The reason to take really good care of yourself is not so that you can live forever. It is enough to know that you have done everything in your power. As someone recently told me, […]

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Getting the Most of a Mentoring Relationship

copyright© Rosie Bank 2012 by Rosie Bank It has become very popular in our business communities to have a mentor. My mentors have mentors. In fact, the people with whom I am most attracted to train are connected to people whose wisdom overflows all the way down the line. A mentor is someone from whom […]

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