Archive for January, 2013

My Facebook Dilemma – 5 Things I Have Learned

Written on January 16, 2013 at 2:41 pm

Having nearly 5000 friends on Facebook is crazy.

And to think that all 4853 people were actually “friends” is delusional at best. 

Back when Facebook first came on the scene, it was so cool to have someone request to be my “friend.” Maybe it is my high “I” behavior style that loved the idea of someone wanting to connect with me. Then my high “D” behavioral characteristic and my competitive nature kicked into overdrive in an attempt to have more friends faster.

Being on the road teaching to large audiences across the country for a couple of years certainly helped …

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Accepting Responsibility is Key to Change

Written on January 11, 2013 at 5:14 pm

by Art and Anna Kleimer

9 January 2013 Dutch headline:

A group of seven unemployed pilots are attempting to sue ABN Amro bank for being irresponsible in granting them huge loans to pay for their training, RTL news reports.

The pilots say the bank was far too lax in allowing them to borrow thousands of Euros to pay for their flying schools while there is little prospect of finding work.

9 January 2013 Wall Street Journal:

Starr International Co., the company headed by AIG's 87-year-old former chief executive, Maurice R. "Hank" Greenberg, seeks $25 billion in damages for AIG and …

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Goal Setting with a SoulFire Spark

Written on January 9, 2013 at 4:19 pm

SoulFire Goal Setting with NikkiandChris.com

We wanted to give you a concise overview of what we spoke about on our free teleconference call on Friday, January 4th called “Goal Setting with a SoulFire Spark.” This call was the first in a series of calls committed to helping you live a SoulFire life!

Let's face it!

This time of the year, everyone is all rah-rah, but it doesn't seem to take long for that same enthusiasm to dampen a bit. Is it possible to retain that spark by adding some SoulFire? Yes, we say, yes it is!

That's because SoulFire is about so …

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