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Inspiring Change in Others

Your ability to inspire change in others relates directly to the level of trust between you and them. Trust is the key to all relationships. People are more likely to trust someone they believe to be honest. This means your words and actions need to be congruent. How can you build that bridge of understanding […]

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Overcome Childhood Obstacles

Children deserve unconditional love and parenting that provides a balance between nurture and structure. Because many adults did not receive this nurturing when they were children, their interaction with their own children does not always provide this balance of nurture and structure. There is no point in blaming our parents now, as they themselves are […]

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Passion and Personal Growth

Many people have a plan to grow their business. They are usually successful until they reach a point where the business is running them. They should have made sure they had a plan for personal growth as well ass business growth. Not everyone has a plan for personal growth. Somewhere along the way they…

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Personal Change

Personal change is a choice. One of the greatest gifts we have is the freedom to choose. Yet, when it comes to change, many people wage an internal battle. Most people want to make some changes in their lives, yet they resist and fight the change. Some do not want to make the effort; others […]

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Discover Yourself - HC Joe Raymond

Who Are You

Who am I is a question everyone has asked at one time or another in their life. So, how can you find out who you are? No matter what problems you have faced are you willing to believe in yourself. Be open to the voice inside you that tells you that you are a worthwhile […]

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Who Am I - HC Joe Raymond

Who Am I

When my children were growing up, I would often say to them, “Remember who you are”. Usually they would retort back “Oh Dad, I am . . .” then they would state their name. My concern was not that they would forget their name, but that they would not remember that they stood for something. […]

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