Tag: goal seeking

Andrew Carnegie On Business and Wealth


Making money might be easier than using it well

Perfection Is A Dumb Goal


You cannot solve any problem to 100%

Why Comparison Is The Thief of Joy


My friend Brian MacKenzie has often told me that comparison fails you. I think he is right and until today had not thought about it other than to recognize that comparison is to an ideal and that ideal limited in aspect. A more complete… Continue Reading “Why Comparison Is The Thief of Joy”

Canada’s Federal Civil Service


Governments are imperfect and we can only expect improvement, not perfection.

The Five Keys to Success In Life


When you know what you want the universe conspires to deliver it to you.

The Year Of The Optometrist


Happy New Year. As we begin another trip around the sun, we are often inclined to set goals. Things to improve. We know new year’s resolutions have about a 20% probability of lasting past February. We can do better. There’s a reason. Instinct is… Continue Reading “The Year Of The Optometrist”

How Entrepreneurship Works


The defining characteristic of entrepreneurialism is surprise

A Thought About Life


Problems that remain unresolved are your fault

What Kind Of Smart Are You?


A contract will give you at least one of education and experience.

Why Plan?


How to be young at heart

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