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No-matter-how-busy-youI love reading and spend time with my head in a book every day without fail.

I take my trusty kindle with me wherever I go and set myself specific reading goals that have made a massive difference in my personal and spiritual development over the past few years.

In 2014, I have read some great books on a range of subjects and I want to give you my top 10 in the hope that you will benefit from them as well: Read the rest of this entry »

Dont fail before you startIt’s easy to come up with a range of excuses before you start taking action towards a goal.

“It’s too hard.”

“I don’t have the time.”

“It will never work.”

“I don’t have the talent.”

“I’ve tried and failed before, so why should I bother?”

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If-my-kids-canI have three wonderful kids and Christmas is an awesome time to be a dad.

To witness their smiles and laughter on Christmas morning is a wonderful experience.

So what do I want for my kids this Christmas?

Not expensive presents, although we want to bless our kids with nice things.

Not an abundance of gifts, with too many to choose from.

Not the latest, coolest gadgets.

I just want them to have enough.

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Is-there-something-thatTrains are considered by some to be a wonderful, iconic, romantic form of transport (unless of course, they are packed with commuters on a stinking hot summer day in Melbourne, but I digress).

However, they aren’t very flexible or adaptable.

You can go backward or forwards, but the only way you can change direction is to move onto another set of tracks.

Sometimes, I meet people who live as if their life is a train journey.

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Youre-stronger-than-youYou’re stronger than you think.

You can keep going when you feel like stopping.

You’re more resilient than you could imagine.

You’re more talented than you give yourself credit.

You’re capable of going on greater adventures and taking bigger risks than your fears would suggest.

You can push yourself further than you did yesterday.

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A-rising-tide-lifts-allWouldn’t it be great if your workplace was a better place to work?

Wouldn’t it be lovely if your community was a nicer place to live?

Wouldn’t it be terrific if you were surrounded by more positivity?

Wouldn’t it be awesome if everyone you knew was continually learning and growing?

You can be the tide that lifts those around you.

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Maybe-you-feel-as-thoughIt’s December and Christmas is quickly approaching, but the year ain’t over yet.

The year is coming to a close, but it ain’t over yet.

It could be late in the fourth quarter, facing a massive deficit, but it ain’t over yet.

You may feel as though your career is going nowhere, but it ain’t over yet.

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The-two-most-importantMark Twain once said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you were born and the day you find out why.”

You’ve been born already, so that one’s done, but what about the other day?

Do you know why you were born?

Do you know what you are meant to do with your life?

Do you know what your unique skills are?

Of course, once you answer these questions, I have one more.

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The-most-important-thingIn the 1970’s, famous toy company Lego’s had this message for parents in their boxes of toys.

“The urge to create is equally strong in all children. Boys and girls. It’s imagination that counts.

A lot of boys like doll houses, they’re more human than spaceships.

A lot of girls prefer spaceships. They’re more exciting than doll houses.

The most important thing is to put the right material in their hands and let them create whatever appeals to them.”

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LinkedInWith LinkedIn profiles becoming more important for today’s job seekers, it’s easy to assume that you can simply cut and paste your resume into your online profile and you’re off and running.

However, it’s not quite that easy and there are a few key elements to be aware of and if you can get these right, you are well on your way towards a more successful career.

So, what are the differences between a LinkedIn profile and a resume? Read the rest of this entry »

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