Archive for the Personal Mastery Category


The Challenge of Waiting

By Centa Terry Why is it that the last bit of any journey seems the longest?  My kids and I love road trips and have been on many.  You can drive a 12 hour day but that last hour seems longer than the first 11.  You can sit in school all day and the day […]

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First day, last day

By Centa Terry First day, last day is such an easy concept to understand, sometimes a bit more difficult to live out. You truly do have to be conscious of it because it is a mind set to live this way! We are never guaranteed tomorrow and although there is much to be learned from […]

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A lesson in resistance & acceptance

By Alison Silbert After a short while of having what many people would call the perfect life – a wonderful husband, a beautiful home, and the beginnings of a growing business – things quickly ‘went south’: my husband became not-so-wonderful, the business developed problems as a result of the personal issues, and money became a […]

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Commitment is Freedom

Commitment is freedom. Most people see commitment as the opposite. Thus the reason many people are afraid of marriage, a steady relationship, or even giving the company they work for all they have to offer. People with this mindset are always looking for something better and searching for more while they settle forwhat they have. […]

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OVERNIGHT SUCCESS IN TWENTY YEARS

by Rosie Bank Malcolm Gladwell, author of Outliers, suggests that it takes 10,000 hours and ten years to achieve mastery. Timothy Ferris (Four Hour Work Week) trumps Gladwell with the suggestion that it takes up to twenty years to be the best of the best. Who has the patience and diligence to stay the course […]

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THE POWER OF POSITIVE SELF-TALK

by Rosie Bank Like many of you who are reading this post, I have been on a journey of self-discovery and self-improvement for a very long time. This would be a shared value for those of us who are involved with Klemmer and Associates seminars. Although this happened several decades ago, I remember it like […]

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Top 10 Qualities of Effective Leaders

There are ten leadership qualities every leader should possess in order to further their interests. Ownership of these ten leadership qualities will gain the respect and devotion of those under them. 1. Fairness: Every leader needs to be impartial in all their dealing. All sides must be looked at before coming to a conclusion without […]

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Focus to Fortune

by Rosie Bank Imagine a business woman on the golf course. She owns a thriving kitchen gadget business that just came out with a new must-have kitchen device. She is excited about this and can’t wait to tell everyone about it. All of her fellow golf mates will go home knowing about why they should […]

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Every moment is a choice

By Kristin Bennett Every moment is a choice. It is a simple concept, though to apply it can sometimes be daunting. Today was one of those days. After spending a long day out running errands with my two young daughters, I came home to see that my lovely neighbor had blocked our narrow easement where […]

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Five Keys to Distinguish Yourself in Business

by Rosie Bank As business owners, there are things we can do to ensure our profitability. Let’s address what we can do to make more money, have more fun, work with the competition, and ensure our long term success. When you think of others who might be offering similar services and products as you do, […]

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