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Wheel of Life | Year In Review | Health | 6.5

Well, let’s just hurry up and bullet-point why it’s a bit low. Flu in February Two cases of tonsillitis Upper respiratory infection Food poisoning Now, I’m still unclear how the flu just “happened” earlier this year. It was the first time I had ever…

Wheel of Life | Year In Review | Fun & Hobbies | 5

This was an extraordinary year of travel: Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, and topping off the year with the wondrous Philippines. I couldn’t be grateful enough for the number of things I’ve come across during my travels: meeting amazing friends in Singapore, developing relationships in Malaysia…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast passes The Arsenio Buck Show on HISTORICAL COUNT

An emotional tribute. When I made my first episode of The Arsenio Buck Show, I had no idea what I was doing. It was a passion project. It was the beginning of my personal development journey that needed to be documented. I didn’t know…

Wheel of Life | Year In Review | Romantic Relationships | 2

As I’ve told you guys before, I’m going to go over every individual category in the Wheel of Life over the course of this month until Christmas. Today, I’m beginning with Romantic Relationships because it’s the easiest category.  I must say that I made…

Restoring Self-Trust & The Thirteen Behaviors

Often, the most difficult trust to restore is trust in ourselves. When we violate a promise we’ve made ourselves, fail to follow through on a goal, or act in ways that go against our deepest values, our self trust can really take a die….

Stephen Covey’s Speed of Trust – Full Book Summary Part 2 – 4 Cores of Credibility – Integrity & Intent

It’s time to break down the next phase of the book summary, and we need to first understand the four cores of credibility. First – Integrity, that you are a person of integrity — that you are honest and congruent, that you have a…

Stephen Covey’s Speed of Trust – Full Book Summary Part I – The Foundation

Wow! It’s been a hell of a ride. It’s been an emotional journey. This book was bought back in about October or November with a friend Anna, who has now influenced me to not only move to Vietnam, but to establish trust in her…

Propensity & Broken Trust Being a Beginning

For many people, broken trust is a dead end. It’s the end of a relationship, the end of an opportunity — sometimes even the end of self-confidence and the ability to ever trust again. But it doesn’t have to be. In fact, I contend…

Restoring Organizational Trust

Restoring trust within an organization may seem difficult, particular if the focus is almost exclusively on producing and is not balanced by the need to maintain the capacity to produce in the future. However, the fact that high-trust organizations outperform low-trust organizations by three…

Restoring Market Trust

With regard to Market Trust, it’s true that in many cases, if you violate a customer’s trust, you’re not going to get a second chance. Ultimately that decision is up to the customer, who may simply choose to not play anymore and go his/her…

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