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Are You Suffering From the Delusions of Success?

ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM THE DELUSIONS OF SUCCESS? By Lisa Earle McLeod www.LisaEarleMcLeod.com How did you get where you are today? Was it skill, luck, hard work? If you’re somewhat successful, it was probably all three. But what’s it going to take to get you to the next level?.

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Another One Bites The Dust

ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST By Lisa Earle McLeod www.forgetperfect.com It’s official: Of the twelve people who were in our wedding, only three are still with spouse No. 1. Actually, I guess it’s five, if you count me and my husband. Was it the pink taffeta dresses, the cheap champagne.

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Best Bumper Sticker Ever!

God Bless the World (no exceptions)

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Propinquity: Is Your Flatware Making You Fat?

“When I try to explain someone’s behaviors, I attribute most of what you do to your attitudes or your values. We overemphasize internal components and don’t look at the environment.” Joseph Grenny

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Homework: Why is the Monkey on Mom's Back?

Who knew that being a parent meant agonizing over whether or not to stay up until midnight re-gluing a Styrofoam solar system or letting your kid turn in a ring-less Saturn? (And fail out of school, and never go to college, and probably wind up as a pole dancer.

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Homework: Why is the Monkey on Mom’s Back?

Who knew that being a parent meant agonizing over whether or not to stay up until midnight re-gluing a Styrofoam solar system or letting your kid turn in a ring-less Saturn? (And fail out of school, and never go to college, and probably wind up as a pole dancer.

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The Triangle of Truth – Coming January 2010

We’ve gotten some great endorsements for the new book, Business guru Keith Ferrazzi author of Who’s got Your Back and Never Eat Lunch Alone said: “Every CEO in America should read this book!_ Oprah’s favorite relationship guru harville Hendricks said: “Poof!!—the end of conflict, including war, and the beginning.

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Moms, Are You Put Down or Put on a Pedestal?

I’ve always said: Motherhood is powerful monarchy and indentured servitude at the same time.Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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Sitcoms: Fun For Kids or Ruining Young Minds?

I was blasted for my recent commentary “Confessions of a TiVoholic” because I admitted I let my kids (ages 11 and 16) watch sitcoms.  One reader went so far as to tell me that by letting my kids watch I was contributing to the foul mouthed culture of fifth.

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Save Me: My Daughter Wants To Enter A Pageant

Where did I go wrong?  I bought her the tinker-toys and the trucks.  I read her the book about how girls could be President too.  I took her to work with me.  I introduced her to my girlfriends, the lawyer, the doctor, the teacher, the minister.  She even had.

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