Continue reading “Take the Right Action at the Right Time”
Action is required to reach your BIG goals and in every area of your Excelerated Life™. Not just any action will do, however. Wrong action or the wrong time can lead to misunderstandings, inconvenience, even disaster. To have the maximum effectiveness, choose the right action at the right time.
Continue reading “Moving from Accomplishment to Contribution”
Excelerated Accomplishment™ has become Excelerated Contribution™. Contribution incorporates accomplishment and then expands on the concept of “achieving meaningful objectives”. With Excelerated Contribution™ we accomplish not only for ourselves but for those we love and for the whole world.
Continue reading “Don’t Delay — Do It Now!”
The “Procrastination Equation” [Steel] shows us that motivation is the product of expectancy – expecting a good outcome and value – doing a task that is important to us divided by the product of impulsiveness – flitting from task to task and delay – putting off the task. The more you can increase the first two and decrease the second two, the higher your motivation.
Continue reading “Your Purpose X 3”
When you contribute your personal Service using your unique combination of talents, skills, strengths, interests, and abilities, whether as vocation or avocation, you fulfill your unique purpose. You are also fulfilling the Universal purpose by giving your you-ness in Service to the world. And when you strive to do this day by day by day, showing up as the best version of you, that is fulfilling your ultimate purpose.TheExceleratedLife.com
Continue reading “How I Learned The Japanese Method Of Folding T-Shirts”
Continuous performance improvement, or Kaizen, can be applied to personal or individual performance as well as to the work place. This type of improvement is done by taking small steps consistently over time to continuously get better at a task or to improve some area of your life.TheExceleratedLife.com
Continue reading “Grow Where You Are Planted”
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” ~ Anne Frank
Are you here to inspire or to be inspired? To teach or to learn? To help or to be helped? Or, “D. All of the above”?TheExceleratedLife.com