Tag Archives: perfection

The truth about procrastination and what to do about it

October 10, 2012

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by Dr. James McClernan —  In our high-speed, computerized, polluted, congested environment, with its economic and political uncertainties and threats of war, we are told we must try to look younger than 30 and stay fit, or the stress of it all will kill us. At the same time, how-to books, media gurus and celebrities […]

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Are you trying to be Mary Poppins?

September 20, 2012

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by Irene Conlan —  In our quest for self-improvement, we often get sidetracked, thinking we have to be another Mary Poppins who “was practically perfect in every way.” If you haven’t seen the movie, it is worth the time and trip to the video store; if you have children, even better. “Perfection” is a standard […]

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Owning your job: A forgotten truth for job security

March 5, 2012

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by Bradley Falk —  In these persistently difficult financial times, would you believe there is a forgotten truth that could heal the damage, both to our economies and to the souls who propel our economic engines? What forgotten truth could carry that kind of magical horsepower? Like all truths, it must first be observed, then […]

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Good enough

February 25, 2012

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by Karen S. Adams —  How many tasks have you started yet never completed because you did not think they were going to turn out perfectly? We may be aware that perfection is forever out of reach, but that does not stop us from trying to achieve it. Manufacturers use employees to check for imperfections […]

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