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Planner Scheduler
Beth's Posts, Experiences, Observations

Being A Planner/Scheduler Of Your Life Is A Terrible Way To Live

Opportunity Cost. It’s a basic business term defined by The New Oxford American Dictionary as “the loss of potential gain from other alternatives when one alternative is chosen.” When you live your life with everything planned out to the Nth degree, you close off other opportunities that could come your way. You miss out on things you can never know…

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Beth's Posts, Experiences, Observations

Don’t Dwell!

When I put a post out here for you to read, I don’t like to tell you to do something. Recently I spent time at Purdue talking to lots of people about my experiences since graduation, and I found myself sharing a couple of things I wouldn’t recommend doing. Dwelling on something you did and later wished you did something…

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Leadership
Beth's Posts, Entrepreneur, Experiences

So Many Leadership Opportunities for Women!

Leadership has many forms. There is positional leadership, situational leadership, charismatic leadership and many others. Google the word, and you will find not only definitions but all kinds of resources available to leaders. Skill building, mentoring, speaking opportunities and the list goes on. Today there is a chance for women to step into various leadership roles that have been ‘off…

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Experiences, Happier, Peter's Posts

What are your Micro-Choices?

Micro-choices are the quick, almost automatic reactions we have to what we encounter throughout the day. We make micro-choices all the time, and they have a huge impact on our lives. Our micro-choices set us off on a cycle of thoughts, beliefs, and feelings. This cycle keeps us focused on our choice. For example, if I see a new car,…

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Experiences, Observations, Peter's Posts

Are You Self Aware?

I’ve been reading and thinking about what it means to be self-aware. On the surface, it means to be aware of yourself. From the You Can Choose perspective, it means realizing all your choices are reflected back to you in your experiences. It means every experience you have is because of you. And when I say you, I mean the…

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