Monthly Archives: February 2018

Courage to Work Through Conflict

I’m amused at the humorous translation glitches that some major corporations had while trying to globalize their brand.    Here are a few of my favorites:  Coors translated its slogan, “Turn It Loose,” into Spanish, where it is a colloquial term … Continue reading

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Our Worst Enemy is Ourself

Our worst enemy is our self.  Occupying the same skin that we occupy, using same brain that we use, and using the same hands that we use. This enemy can do more harm to us than anyone else. There are … Continue reading

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Avoiding Destructive Failure

Failure is a process. “Nobody plans to fail, but fails to plan.”   I don’t meet people that say, “Today I’m going to have an affair!”  “Today, I’m going to destroy my family.”  It’s a slow process of steps that if … Continue reading

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What will your Failure Cost your Family?

Are you watching the Winter Olympics?  Niki, the kids and I have been excited to watch the ice skating, snow skiing and snowboarding!  I was disappointed to hear how the poor behavior of a few of our American athletes in … Continue reading

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